Sarah Doydora is a research scientist at the STEPS Center. She received both her PhD in Environmental Soil Chemistry and M.Sc. in Soil Fertility from the University of Georgia, USA and her B.S. in Soil Science from the Leyte State University, Philippines. Her research interests span from investigating the nutrient supplying capacity of fertilizers in the presence of different types of fertilizer additives to examining the fate of agrochemicals and emerging contaminants in plants, soil and the environment. Currently at STEPS, she is working with Owen Duckworth to evaluate the fate of phosphite in agricultural soils.