EARLY STAGE RESEARCHERS

Ailbhe Ryan

Ailbhe obtained her BSc in Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology from University College Dublin. Ailbhe then obtained an MSc in synthetic chemistry, at the National University of Ireland, Galway, under the supervision of Professor Paul Murphy. As part of the APPFLow ITN, Ailbhe’s PhD project is examining the development of flow processes for catalytic selective oxidation reactions.

Lara Nolan

Lara obtained her undergraduate degree in chemistry from Trinity College Dublin. Her thesis project was under the supervision of Prof. Mathias Senge and she examined the synthesis and testing of photosensitizer molecules. Lara’s PhD project is to develop flow processes for fast/highly reactive organometallic reactions that have applications in synthetic organic chemistry.

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Seán Dempsey

Seán obtained his BSc in Chemistry University College Dublin before going on to complete an MSc at the National University of Ireland, Galway, under the supervision of Professor Paul Murphy. Seán’s PhD project is focused on developing scalable methods for catalytic hydrogenation reactions.

Mark Muldoon

Queen's University Belfast

Mark is the project coordinator of APPFlow, and a senior lecturer in QUB. His research focuses on selective oxidation catalysis and continuous flow systems.

Paul Dingwall

Queen's University Belfast

Paul is a lecturer in Physical Organic Chemistry at QUB. His research interests span from the study of catalytic reaction mechanisms to flow chemistry.

APPFLOW SUPERVISORY BOARD

Mark Muldoon

Queen's University Belfast

Mark is the project coordinator of APPFlow, and a senior lecturer in QUB. His research focuses on selective oxidation catalysis and continuous flow systems.

Karen Fahey

Arran Chemical Company

Karen is an expert in process design and scale-up to production scale. She has over 7 years of commercial process design experience.

Peter Knipe

Queen's University Belfast

Peter is a lecturer in organic chemistry at QUB, with research interests in synthesis and asymmetric catalysis.

Tom Moody

Arran Chemical Company

Tom has expertise in development of processes to chiral intermediates using chemo- and bio-catalytic technologies.

David Rooney

Queen's University Belfast

David is a professor of chemical engineering with research interests in reactor design and process engineering

Jillian Thompson

Queen's University Belfast

Jillian is a senior lecturer in chemistry and chemical engineering, with research interests at the interface of the disciplines.

Scott Wharry

Almac Group

CONTACT DETAILS

 

Project Coordinator

Dr Mark Muldoon

Tel: +44 2890 974420

Email: m.j.muldoon@qub.ac.uk

To contact individual members of APPFlow click here.

School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Queen's University Belfast

David Keir Building

Stranmillis Road

Belfast

BT9 5AG

Northern Ireland

 

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