Anderson - D'Sousa

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Anderson, Harry (European Union, United Kingdom)

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Arnold, John (United States, California)
Balch, Alan Lee (United States, California)

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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Beale, Samuel I. (United States, Rhode Island)

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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Dr. Bhyrappa, P. (India)
P. Bhyrappa research interests include bioorganic chemistry (porphyrins and metalloporphyrins), supramolecular chemistry and molecular recognition, heme proteins (biomimetic catalysis of cytochrome P450), self organising dendritic polymers and biopolymers.
(bio update 2002/06/02)
Dr. Bommer, Jerry (United States, Utah)
Jerry Bommer

Frontier Scientific, Logan (Utah), United States of America

(bio update 2002/02/10)

Bonnett, Raymond (European Union, United Kingdom)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Boyle, Ross (European Union, United Kingdom)
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Brückner, Christian (United States, Connecticut)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Bruice, Thomas C. (United States, California)
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Buchler, Johann W. (European Union, Germany)
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Chan, Kin Ching (China, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Chang, Chi Kwong (China, Hong Kong S.A.R.)
Chrysochoos, John (United States, Ohio)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Collman, James P. (United States, California)
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DiMagno, Stephen G. (United States, Nebraska)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

Prof. de Paula, Julio C. (United States, Pennsylvania)
Julio de PAULA obtained his Ph.D. with Gary Brudvig at Yale University and was a National Institute of Health post-doctoral fellow with the late Gerald Babcock at Michigan State University. He has been at Haverford College since 1989.
He works on the spectroscopy, photobiology, and photochemistry of porphyrins and chlorophylls with emphasis on photosynthetic energy transfer, the rational design of drugs for photodynamic therapy, and the development of porphyrin-based nanoscopic and mesoscopic materials. The main spectroscopic techniques used in his lab are flash photolysis, Raman spectroscopy, and laser light scattering.
He is the author of over 40 research articles and two books – Physical Chemistry and Explorations in Physical Chemistry, both with Peter Atkins (University of Oxford) – and is the recipient of a Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award.
(bio update 2002/02/09)
Dolphin, David (Canada, British Columbia)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

D'Souza, Francis (United States, Kansas)
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(bio update 2004/06/13)

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