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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Magnetic Resonance

Professor Philip J. Grandinetti was born and grew up in Clarksburg, WV. He received his B.S in chemistry in 1982 and M.S. in physical chemistry in 1984 at West Virginia University. At WVU, he worked on electron paramagnetic resonance studies of phase transitions in ferro- and anti-ferroelectric materials under Professor Nar S. Dalal. He moved…

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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in Vibrational Spectroscopy

Dr. Richard Crocombe graduated from Oxford University (BA, MA, chemistry) and the University of Southampton (PhD, chemistry & spectroscopy) in the UK.  His thesis work involved classical infrared and Raman studies of small inorganic molecules, including matrix-isolation and isotopic substitution. He moved to the US, initially for a postdoctoral fellowship, working on early applications of…

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2022 EAS Young Investigator Award

Since 2019, Simone Sidoli is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biochemistry of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and Scientific Director of the Einstein Proteomics Core. His group develops and utilizes biochemical methods mostly based on mass spectrometry (MS) to time-resolve changes in the state, dynamics, and macromolecular interactions of chromatin during aging,…

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2022 EAS Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry

Richard M. Crooks received a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1981.  During his undergraduate studies he was a member of Prof. Larry Faulkner’s research group and studied adsorption of organic molecules onto mercury electrodes.  His doctoral studies with Prof. Allen J. Bard at The University of Texas in…