Thursday 28th July 2022

Location: West Park Teaching Hub, Loughborough University

Plenary Lecture: Professor David Parker FRS 

Prof. David Parker

Sensing and Imaging with Bright Rare Earth Probes

David Parker FRSC studied with John Brown for a DPhil (1980) at Oxford before taking up a NATO Fellowship with Jean-Marie Lehn in Strasbourg. He was appointed as a Lecturer in Chemistry at Durham University in 1981, rising to Professor in 1992 and served twice as Head of Department. He has gained several awards and prizes for his multidisciplinary research that has embraced the design of a wide variety of supramolecular sensing systems, the creation of targeted imaging and therapeutic agents and conjugates, as well as major contributions to chiral analysis. In each domain his work has been characterized by incisive mechanistic studies.


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