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Professor Mike D Ward
Mike Ward did his first degree in Cambridge where he remained for his PhD under the supervision of Ed Constable on some early examples of double helicate metal complexes. After a post-doctoral year with Jean-Pierre Sauvage in Strasbourg, he was appointed to a lectureship in Inorganic Chemistry in Bristol 1990, where he remained for 13 years. In 2003 he moved to Sheffield where he is a Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and head of the department of chemistry. His research interests cover many aspects of the coordination and supramolecular chemistry of metal complexes, including self-assembly processes and the structural and photophysical properties of metal complex assemblies. His work has been recognised by the award of the Royal Society of Chemistry's Corday Morgan medal for 1999; the Sir Edward Frankland Fellowship for 2000-2001; and the RSC medal for Chemistry of the Transition Metals for 2005.
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