Patrick Steel's Research Group

Dr Patrick G. Steel

Group membership and duration, by year of joining (on October 1 unless stated) [A postgraduate member is listed on obtaining the qualification shown - the Chemistry Department's latest review of qualifications was made in 2014 on June 30. The addition of names of non-postgraduate members awaits the Department's confirmation of membership dates.]

1991 Jennifer L. Matthews Ph.D. (i.e. a successful Ph.D. study period of 36 months full-time); 1993 Alison M. Reid Ph.D.; 1994 Craig Douglas Ph.D.; 1995 Philip D. Dent Ph.D.; 1996 J.A. Hugh MacBride (postdoctoral, 6 months - see also Ken Wade's Research Group, Judith Howard's Research Group), William M. Dutton and Russell J. Griffiths and Edward M.O. Sumner Ph.D.s; 1997 Darren Orton Ph.D.; 1999 Anne J. Dalençon [browse Dalencon] Ph.D., David F. Stonehouse M.Sc. unattached (i.e. a successful M.Sc. study period of 24 months while employed full-time outside the University); 2000 Ishmael Masesane and Daniel K. Whelligan Ph.D.s 2001 Amel Garbi and Peter J.H. Scott and Christopher W.T. Teasdale Ph.D.s; 2003 Audrey M. Cameron (postdoctoral, May 13-June 30), Lisa Johnstone and Jonathan D. Sellars Ph.D.s; [On 2004, August 1, the standard Ph.D. full-time study period for chemistry at Durham was increased from 36 months to 39 months.] 2004 Marie Landrum and Tom Woods Ph.D.s, John G. Mina (joined January 1) M.Sc. P/T (i.e. a successful M.Sc. study period of 24 months part-time); 2005 Matthew F. Burton Ph.D.; 2006 Michal Czyzewski and Orobosa M. Erhunmwunse and John G. Mina Ph.D.s; 2008 Hazmi Tajuddin Ph.D.; Ying-Chun Ling and Yu Zheng M.Sc.s (i.e. successful M.Sc. study periods of 12 months full-time)

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