The Western New York Section of the American Chemical Society

Recent Recipients of the Schoellkopf Medal

Dr. Michael R. Detty, 2016

Department of Chemistry

University at Buffalo, SUNY

In recognition of his fundamental research in the field of organoselenium and organotellurium chemistry and development of applications thereof toward advances in photodynamic therapy and marine anti-fouling technology. Further, in recognition of outstanding student mentorship and service to his department and university

Dante P. Bonaquist, 2015

Senior Corporate Fellow and Chief Scientist

Praxair, Inc.

in recognition of his pioneering innovations in cryogenic air separation process technologies and for his leadership in driving their commercialization 

Dr. Janet R. Morrow, 2014

 
Department of Chemistry
 
University at Buffalo, SUNY
 
in recognition of her pioneering contributions to the development of transition metal MRI agents, her studies of metal ion complex interactions with nucleic acids, and her service and leadership to the profession.
 

Dr. Mark T. Swihart, 2013

 
Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
 
University at Buffalo, SUNY
 
In recognition of his pioneering research in the field of inorganic nanoparticle synthesis and processing, and for his outstanding record of accomplishment in scholarship, teaching, and service in the field of chemistry in Western New York.
 

Dr. Luis A. Colón, 2012

 
Department of Chemistry
 
University at Buffalo, SUNY
 
In recognition of his pioneering contributions to the advancement of separation science, his dedication to mentoring and advancing of diversity in the chemical sciences, and his service and leadership in the profession
 
 

Dr. Ravindra K. Pandey, 2011

Department of Cell Stress Biology

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

For his outstanding achievements in porphyrin chemistry and contributions to the advancement of photodynamic therapy (PDT)

 

Dr. Paschalis Alexandridis,  2010

Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

University at Buffalo, SUNY

 For fundamental discoveries on block copolymer thermodynamics, structure, and dynamics, and for development of functional products utilizing self-assembly methodologies

Dr. John Richard,  2009

Department of Chemistry

University at Buffalo, SUNY

For his outstanding research in the field of physical organic and bioorganic chemistry; specifically the study of reaction mechanisms of biologically significant enzymatic and non-enzymatic reactions

 

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