It was great to see ChromSoc Medal Winners at HTC-17 in Ghent last month! David McCalley; Silver Jubilee Medal Winner 2008 Gert Desmet; Martin Medal Winner 2020 Caroline West; Silver Jubilee Medal Winner 2021
To mark its 25th anniversary in 1982, The Chromatographic Society created the Silver Jubilee Medal. The purpose of this award is to recognise up-and-coming separation scientists, those who have made major use of separation science in their own field or to scientists who have made important contributions to a particular area of separation science.
Each September The Chromatographic Society executive awards committee convenes to discuss the award of their Jubilee and Martin medals for the following year. The Martin Medal is named after Professor A.J.P. Martin who together with Richard Synge received the Noble Prize for Chemistry in 1952 for their seminal work on partition chromatography. The ‘Martin
Dwight Stoll is a full professor at the Gustavus Adolphus university in Minnesota. Most widely recognized for his world leading research in the development of 2D-LC the ChromSoc is proud to award Dwight Stoll the Jubilee medal for his achievements so far and look forward to his future accomplishments. Daniel Meston had the opportunity
Prof. Caroline West is an Associate professor at the Université d'Orléans in France. Prof. West focuses primarily on Supercritical Fluid chromatography and has been awarded the Jubilee medal (2021) for her splendid contributions to the field. Daniel Meston was able to get an opportunity to discuss her past and present in this ChromSoc interview.
Each year the Chromatographic Society acknowledges the scientific achievements of respected members of the chromatographic community through the award of The Martin Medal and the Jubilee Medal. We are now looking for nominations for award in 2010. We would like to encourage you, as our membership, to vote for a chromatographer you feel is
The Chromatographic Society is pleased to announce the award of the Jubilee Medal to Professor Frederic Lynen from the Ghent University in recognition of his “pioneering work on novel column chemistry, sample preparation and high- end implementation of state-of-the-art instrumentation to address separation problems in both quantitative and qualitative analysis”. Frederic Lynen began his academic
The Chromatographic Society is now pleased to announce that Professor Robert Kennedy from the University of Michigan will be awarded the Martin Medal for 2019. The award has been made in recognition of his “outstanding contribution to the development of innovative techniques in miniaturization of chemical separations and microfluidics for highly sensitive analysis of biological
Martin Medal The Martin Medal was established in 1978. As the Society's prestigious scientific award, it is to be given to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of separation science. Jubilee Medal The Chromatographic Society established The Jubilee Medal during their 25th anniversary year 1982, it is awarded to up-and-coming separation scientists.
Each year the Chromatographic Society acknowledges the scientific achievements of respected members of the chromatographic community through the award of The Martin Medal and the Jubilee Medal. We are now looking for nominations for award in 2019. We would like to encourage you, as our membership, to vote for a chromatographer you feel is deserving