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UofT Chemistry Students Recognized with Awards at CSC 2016

UofT Chemistry Students Recognized with Awards at CSC 2016

A big congratulations to 5 students from UofT Chemistry who were recognized with awards for their posters and oral presentations at the 99th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, held in Halifax June 5-9, 2016!

- Ellie Prince (Kumacheva Group), 1st place, Undergraduate Poster Competition, Macromolecular Science & Engineering Division
- Joanne Tan (Yudin Group), honourable mention, Graduate Poster Competition, Organic Chemistry Division
- Nicole Combe (Donaldson Group), 2nd place, Oral Competition, Environment Division
- Alyson Baergen (Donaldson Group), 2nd place, Oral Competition, Environment Division
- Pjotr Roest (Batey Group), 3rd place, Oral Competition, Organic Division

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Welcome to New Faculty Members Mark Wilson and Andrew Beharry

Welcome to New Faculty Members Mark Wilson and Andrew Beharry

We are pleased to welcome Professors Mark Wilson (top) and Andrew Beharry (bottom), who have joined the Department as new faculty members, effective July 1, 2016.

Professor Mark Wilson joins the Department on the St. George campus as a new faculty member in experimental physical chemistry and nanoscience. The Wilson Lab will use spectroscopy to reveal and understand the properties of excitonic materials, and chart the flow of excitonic energy in multi-component architectures. They will apply this knowledge to build novel optoelectronic devices—particularly those that will allow functionality in the short-wave infrared.

Professor Andrew Beharry joins the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM), where his research program will focus on the development of chemical probes to solve problems in cancer biology. The Beharry Lab will use chemistry to design and construct molecules, test them biochemically/biophysically in vitro then apply them in live-cells and animals, with the goal of developing new cancer diagnostic tools and treatment platforms that will ultimately improve cancer prognosis.

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