Sharon Cooper's Research Group

Dr Sharon J. Cooper

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 2015 on November 12. Names of non-postgraduate members come from the Department's summary in 2015 on August 14.]

1999 Seema R. Al-Mannai M.Sc. (i.e. a successful M.Sc. study period of 12 months full-time); 2000 Matthew R. Smith Ph.D. (i.e. a successful Ph.D. study period of 36 months full-time); 2001 Matthew J. Jamieson Ph.D.; 2003 Catherine E. Nicholson Ph.D., Stuart M. Eggleston (research-group technician, June 1 (transferring from Randal Richards' Research Group, 40 month); [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 Jonathan D.B. Fay and Sebastian G. Spain Ph.D.s (both supervisions shared with Neil Cameron); 2005 Jian Liu (postdoctoral, January 5, 11.8 month); 2007 Jian Liu and Catherine E. Nicholson (postdoctorals, January 7 and July 1, 19 and 51 month) 2008 Oliver J. Cook Ph.D.; 2009 Cen C. Chen Ph.D.; 2010 Isaac Odiase (research fellow, November 1, 36 month); 2011 Christopher R. Herron (postdoctoral, October 3, 10.7 month); 2012 Sandra Engelskirchen (associated fixed-term lecturer, joining from D/Universität Stuttgart, 23 months, to D/München/Patenwaltzkanzlei as intellectual property consultant), S.M. Reduwan Billah and Janet French and Catherine E. Nicholson (postdoctorals, 18 and 12 and 26.8 month), Anne K. Steudle Ph.D. (for first 23 months, supervision shared with Sandra Engelskirchen); 2015 Cen Chen (postdoctoral, February 1, 12 month); 2014 Stefanie Freitag-Pohl (postdoctoral, April 1, 4.5 month to 2015 August 14 - contract ends 5.4 month later)

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