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  3. Graduated Students (MSc and PhD)
  4. Previous PDFs and Visiting Scientists
  5. Previous Undergrads
  6. Various Photos of the Group

PROFESSOR DAVID EMSLIE

Dave Emslie     

Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology
McMaster University, 1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, ON, L8S 4M1, Canada

Office: ABB 450
Phone: (905) 525-9140 x 23307
Email: emslied@mcmaster.ca

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CURRENT GROUP MEMBERS

Katarina Paskaruk

Katarina Paskaruk (paskarkm@mcmaster.ca)
Ph.D. student

Katarina (Katia) obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from McMaster University.

Katia's reserach is focused on the development of ambiphilic ligand transition metal complexes for applications in catalysis.

Majeda Al Hareri

Majeda Al Hareri (alharerm@mcmaster.ca)
Ph.D. student, NSERC PGS-D

Majeda obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from Brock U., and started as a graduate student in the Emslie group in Sept 2016. She already has 3 publications (2 x 1st and 1 x 2nd author) from her undergrad research in the Pilkington group (Inorg. Chem. 2017accepted, Chem. Commun. 201652, 11335-11338, and J. Mater. Chem. C 20153, 7738-7747).

Majeda's research is focused on new approaches in element ALD.

Novan Gray

Novan Gray (grayna@mcmaster.ca)
Ph.D. student

Novan was a undergraduate 3RP3 student (Jan-April 2017) in the Emslie group, then a summer student (2017) and a Chem 4G09 student (2017-2018). Novan's 3rd year undergraduate research focused on the development of new co-reactants for metal ALD, while his 4th year research project focused on uranium complexes of new rigid ligands. Novan's graduate research is focused on the development of actinide rigid ligand complexes, and studies of metal-ligand bonding.

Nick Hoffman ()
Ph.D. student, NSERC CGS-M, OGF

Nick obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Western Ontario (UWO; aka Western).

His graduate research is focused on the development of new precursor molecules and reactions for late transition mteal ALD.

 

Maia Murphy 2021

Maia Murphy ()
M.Sc. student, NSERC CGS-M for 2020-2021

Maia obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from Mount Allison University, doing her undergraduate thesis project with Steve Westcott.

Her graduate research is focused on the development of new rigid pincer ligands for the synthesis of thermally robust early transition metal and f-element alkyl complexes, and investigation of their applications in catalysis.

Dr. Kevin (Ya-Dong) Yu (yuy100@mcmaster.ca)
Postdoctoral Fellow (started June 2019)

Kevin obtained his Ph.D. from Shantou University, China, including 1 year as a visiting student in the Emslie group.

His postdoctoral research is focused on the development of new approaches in metal ALD.

Jeffrey Price

Dr. Jeffrey Price ()
Postdoctoral Fellow (started January 2020)

Jeff obtained his Ph.D. from the Emslie group at McMaster University.

His postdoctoral research is focused on Atomic Layer Deposition, including facilitating ALD experiments required by our academic collaborators.

Christina McCabe 2021

Christina McCabe () - photo with lab support turtle Franklin!
CHEM co-op student (started Jan 2021)

Christina's project is focused on the development of new late transition metal ALD precursor molecules.

ORF-RE PROJECT MANAGER

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Dr. Blosson Yan ()
Project Manager for the ORF-RE Grant (June 10, 2019-current)

Blossom obtained her Ph.D. degree from the Goward group at McMaster University. She is now both the Project Manager for the ORF-RE grant (Emslie + 10 co-applicants), and Research Lab Manager for the Goward Magnetic Resonance & Materials for Energy Storage (MRMES) Group.

* Blossom is currently on parental leave. Majeda Al Hareri (a Ph.D. student in the group) is currently working part time as the ORF-RE project manager.

GRADUATED STUDENTS (MSc and PhD)

Kasuni Wedisinghe - M.Sc. degree received in May 2021

Kasuni obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka.

Her graduate research focused on the development of new precursors and reactions for ALD.

Kasuni is now an Analytical Chemist at Toronto Research Chemicals

Aathith Vasanthakumar - Ph.D. degree received in October 2020 (External examiner Prof. Paul G. Hayes, U. Lethbridge)
Thesis: "Group 3 Complexes of Rigid Neutral and Monoanionic Ligands"

Aathith obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Toronto at Mississauga. His PhD from the Emslie group focused on ligand design and the synthesis of unique cationic alkyl complexes with potential applications in intramolecular alkene hydroamination and olefin polymerization.

Aathith has 1 paper so far (JOMC, 2019), and another 2 are in preparation.

Aathith is currently running some of the lab courses in the Chem Department at McMaster.

Declan DeJordy - M.Sc. degree received in August 2020
Thesis: "Investigation of Transition Metal ALkyl, Allyl, Hydride and Borohydride Complexes as Potential Precursors for Atomic Layer Deposition"


Declan obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Guelph, with research experience from the Preuss and Denk groups. His M.Sc. research was focused on the investigation of early transition metal alkyl, allyl, hydride and borohydride complexes for potential applications in ALD. He currently has 1 paper in Dalton Trans. (2020) and prepared the cover art associated with this paper.

Declan was the winner of the prize for the best CHEM colloquium talk in 2020.

Declan is now a Researcher and Teaching Faculty member at Loyalist College in Ontario.

Jeffrey Price

Dr. Jeffrey Price - Ph.D. degree received in January 2020 (External examiner Prof. R. Tom Baker, U. Ottawa)
Thesis: "Chemistry of Manganese Complexes Containing Metal-Carbon, Metal-Silicon and Metal-Hydride Linkages"

Jeff obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from McMaster U, and obtained his Ph.D. from the Emslie group. His PhD research focused on organomanganese chemistry for metal Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Catalysis. He currently (Jan 2021) has 9 papers -seven 1st author papers (Angew. Chem. + Chem. Sci. + Organometallics x 4 + Dalton Trans.), one 2nd author paper (Organometallics), one review (Coord. Chem. Rev.).

Jeff was the 2016/17 winner of the Dr. Ronald J Gillespie Prize for outstanding scholastic achievement and innovative research in Inorganic Chemistry.

Jeff is currently a PDF in the Emslie group.

Kevin Ya Dong Yu

Kevin (Ya-Dong) Yu
Visiting Ph.D. student (2017-2018)

Kevin obtained his Ph.D. from Shantou University, China, which included 1 year of research in our group. In China, Kevin's research focused on the synthesis, characterization of Cu and Ag complexes, with a focus on their optical properties (Chem. Commun.2014, 9000-9002 and 2015, 14489-14492, and Inorg. Chem.2016, 75-82). In the Emslie group, Kevin's research focused on metal complexes of an extremely rigid and bulky pincer ligand, XAT.

Kevin is currently a PDF in the Emslie group.

Kelly Motolko

Kelly Motolko - Ph.D. degree received in August 2017 (external examiner Prof. Gino Lavoie, York U)
Thesis: "Rare Earth and Group 4 Transition Metal Complexes of Rigid Dianionic Pincer Ligands"

Kelly obtained her B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Western Ontario, and obtained her PhD from the Emslie group. Kelly's PhD research focused on the organometallic chemistry of early transition metal and f-element complexes supported by rigid pincer ligands, for applications in alkene hydroamination and ethylene polymerization. Kelly's work yielded 4 first-author papers (2 Organometallics, 1 RSC Adv. and 1 Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.)

Kelly (now Kelly Williams) is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Mathematics and Sciences at Roane State Community College in Tennessee.

Nick Andreychuk

Dr. Nick Andreychuk - Ph.D. degree received in May 2017 (External examiner Prof. Daniel B. Leznoff, SFU)
Thesis: "Rigid NON-Donor Pincer Ligands in Organoactinide Chemistry".

Nick obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from Lakehead University, and obtained his Ph.D. from the Emslie group. He currently has 6 papers: 1 from his undergraduate research in the MacKinnon group, and 5 from our group (1 Organometallics, 2 Dalton Trans., and 1 JOMC on uranium complexes + 1 Angew. Chem. and potassium-alkane complexes). A book chapter has been submitted, and 1 other manuscript is in preparation. Nick was a 2013/14 winner of the Dr. Ronald J Gillespie Prize for outstanding scholastic achievement and innovative research in Inorganic Chem.

Nick was a PDF in the Emslie group for 1 year, and is now a Chemist, Intellectual Property at Apotex Pharmachem.

Brad Cowie

Dr. Brad Cowie - Ph.D. degree received in October 2015 (External examiner Prof. Joshua S. Figueroa, UCSD)
Thesis: "Late transition Metal Complexes of Group 13 Lewis Acid-Containing Ambiphilic Ligands".

Brad obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from McMaster, and obtained his Ph.D. from the Emslie group. His research focused on the synthesis, study and reactivity of late TM complexes bearing borane- and alane-containing ambiphilic ligands. He has 11 papers from McMaster: 1 from undergrad research in the Greedan group, and 10 from our group (9 on ambiphilic ligand complexes including in Angew. Chem., and 1 review). Brad was a 2013/14 winner of the Dr. Ronald J Gillespie Prize for outstanding scholastic achievement and innovative research in Inorganic Chem.

In Nov 2015, Brad completed a PDF (NSERC) in the group of Polly Arnold at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He is currently a PDF in Organometallic Chemistry and Nanomaterials Catalysis at Oxford University. 

Carlos Cruz

Dr. Carlos Cruz - Ph.D. degree received from the Emslie group in 2010 (External examiner Prof. William J. Evans - UC Irvine).
Thesis: "Rigid Non-Carbocyclic Ancillary Ligands in Organothorium Chemistry".

Carlos obtained his B.Sc. degree in Chemistry from McMaster in 2004, and he obtained his Ph.D. from the Emslie lab. His research resulted in 5 first-author publications and 1 non-first-author publication, and he was Chemistry Graduate Student President from 2006-2007. Carlos held OGS from 2006-2008, and an NSERC PGS-D for 2008-2010. He was also the recipient of Morrison (2005) and Lock (2006 and 2007) Scholarships.

Carlos was a Senior Research Chemist in the Polyolefins Catalyst and Product Development Group at Chevron Phillips Chemical Company in Oklahoma. In 2021, he became a Licensing Manager at Chevron Phillips, and is now basted in Houston, Texas.

Natalie Huk Natalie Huk - M.Sc. degree received from the Emslie group in 2006.
Thesis: "Borane-Containing Ligands Based on Thioxanthene, Xanthene and Acridine: Synthesis and Platinum Coord. Chem.".

Natalie received her B.Sc. degree in Chemistry from U Windsor in 2003; her final year undergraduate thesis was with Dr. Chuck Macdonald. She graduated with an M.Sc. from the Emslie lab in 2006, before going on to pursue a 2nd graduate degree in California. Her research was included in 1 paper from the group.

PREVIOUS PDFs OR VISITING RESEARCH SCIENTISTS

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Dr. D. Dawson Beattie; Postdoctoral Researcher in 2021 (NSERC PDF)

Dawson obtained his Ph.D. from the Schafer and Love groups at UBC, and prior to joining the Emslie group, he worked as a PDF in the Tilley group at Berkeley.

He is now a Process Chemist at Eastman Chemical

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Dr. Nick Andreychuk; Postdoctoral Researcher: 2017-2018

Nick obtained his Ph.D. degree in the Emslie group. His thesis was entitled "Rigid NON-Donor Pincer Ligands in Organoactinide Chemistry". He was then a postdoctoral researcher for 1 year in the Emslie group, working on research focused on the development of new directions in CVD.

He is now a Chemist, Intellectual Property at Apotex Pharmachem.

Edwin Wong

Dr. Edwin Wong; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2013-2015

Edwin obtained a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the U. Alberta and then completed B.Sc.and Ph.D. (Leznoff group) degrees in Chemistry at Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Vancouver. Edwin then worked for 1 year as a PDF in Prof. Cameron Jones' group at Monash University in Australia before joining the Emslie group in April 2013. Edwin's research focused on the development of new rigid pincer ligands and their application in the development of f-element organometallic chemistry, particularly olefin polymerization catalysis.

Edwin is now working at E-One Moli Energy (Canada) Limited.

Todd Whitehorne

Dr. Todd Whitehorne; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2013-2015

Todd obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from Carleton U. in 2007 and then completed an M.Sc. in the Barry group at Carleton U.; " Au(I), Au(III), Ag(I) Amidinate, Guanidinate and Xanthates applied to CVD/ALD deposition of metallic thin films". In 2009 he moved to the Schaper group at Université de Montréal where he completed his Ph.D. entitled "Novel M(II) β-Diketimines for the stereoselective polymerization of lactide". Todd 's research in the Emslie group was focused on the development and study of new precursors and reaction chemistry for metal Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD).

In March 2015, Todd started a position at Digital Specialty Chemicals. In November 2015, he moved on to a position as a Research Scientist at Atomic Energy Canada Ltd. (AECL).

Preeti Chadha

Dr. Preeti Chadha; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2011-2013

Preeti obtained her B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry in 2002 from Banaras Hindu University (BHU), and an M.Sc. degree in Chemistry from IIT Roorkee. She then worked for 2 years with Prof. B. D. Gupta at IIT Kanpur. In 2011 Preeti received her Ph.D. from the Ragogna group at UWO: "Exploring the Chemistry of Cyclopentadienyl-Cobalt-Cyclobutadiene (CpCoCb) Complexes and Synthesis of Side-Chain CpCoCb Polymers". Preeti joined the Emslie group in Sept 2011, and her research focused on the development and study of new reaction chemistry for metal Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD). She has 1 review and 2 papers from her time in the group.

Preeti worked as a Research Chemist at Green Centre Canada (2013-2017) and is now a Research Scientist at DowDuPont in Kingston, Ontario (2017-current).

Bala Vidjayacoumar

Dr. Bala Vidjayacoumar; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2007-2010

Bala obtained his M.Sc. in Chemistry in 1999 from Pondicherry University in India, and his Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2005 from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur in India. Upon completion of his Ph.D. degree, Bala worked for 7 months as a research associate in the group of Prof. R. Mukherjee at IIT Kanpur. He then moved to a position as a PDF with Prof. S. Gambarotta (U Ottawa) in September 2005, and in March 2007, Bala joined the Emslie research group. During this time, his research focused on the development and study of new methods for late transition metal atomic layer deposition (ALD) and he also mentored various students in the area of organouranium chemistry.

He has 5 papers from his research in the group and is now a Lead Scientist at SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation).

Sougandi Ilango

Dr. Sougandi Ilango; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2007-2008

Sougandi obtained her M.Sc. in Chemistry (1999), an M.Phil. in Bioinorganic Chemistry (2000) and a Ph.D. in Chemistry (2003) from Pondicherry University in India. From January 2004 to December 2005, Sougandi worked as a PDF in the group of Prof. Jean Marc Latour in Grenoble, France. This postdoctoral work focused on protein purification and EPR titration of metalloproteins. In March 2006, Sougandi moved to a position as a PDF in the group of Prof. S. Gambarotta (U Ottawa), and this was followed by a position as a PDF in the Emslie group (August 2007 to May 2008). During this time, her research focused primarily on organometallic and low valent uranium chemistry and she has 2 papers from this work.

She is now an Award Specialist at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia

Venkat Ramalingam

Dr. Venkat Ramalingam; Postdoctoral Research Fellow: 2008-2009

Venkat obtained his B.Sc. (1999) and M.Sc. (2001) degrees in Chemistry from Madurai Kamaraj University, India. He then completed a Ph.D. in chemistry with Prof. Maravanji S. Balakrishna at IIT Bombay, India. The title of his thesis was "Phosphorus Based Multidentate Ligands: Synthesis, Organometallic Chemistry and applications". In July 2007 he joined the group of Prof. W. Malisch as a PDF at the University of Würzburg, Germany. In December 2008, Venkat joined the Emslie group as a PDF; his research focused on the development and study of new methods for late transition metal atomic layer deposition (ALD).

At the end of October 2009, Venkat moved to a faculty position at the PSG Institute for Advanced Studies in Coimbatore, India.

James Blackwell

Dr. James Blackwell; Visiting Research Scientist for 4 months in 2003

James obtained his B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Toronto. He then completed an M.Sc. with Prof. M. Lautens (U Toronto), followed by a Ph.D. with Prof. W. Piers (U Calgary), and a postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. C. Cummins (MIT).

Before moving to a position as a research chemist at Intel Corporation in Oregon, James worked for 4 months in the Emslie lab as a visiting research scientist. During this time, his research focused on attempted synthesis of our ambiphilic phosphine-thioether-borane ligand, TXPB.

PREVIOUS UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

* 19 out of 25 previous undergraduate students in the lab have or will continue on to pursue a graduate degree in chemistry.

DateStudentPosition in Emslie GroupSubsequent Position
2018-2020

Seja
Elgadi

CHEM 3RP3 Student (Sept-Dec 2018). CHEM 4G12 Thesis Student (Sept 2019-April 2020)
Winner of the undergrad thesis talk award
Ph.D. student in the Hudson group at UBC
2019-2020 Ryan
Tretter
CHM 4G12 Thesis Student unknown
2018-2019 Eliza-Jayne Boisvert Volunteer (Jan-April 2018), Summer Student (2018), then
CHEM 4G09 Student (Sept 2018-April 2019)
Ph.D. student in the Fogg group at U Ottawa
2018 Seja 
Elgadi
CHEM 3RP3 in the Fall term of 2018. Now back for 4G12 in 2019-2020
2017-2018 Novan 
Gray
CHEM 3RP3, summer, then CHEM 4G09 student.
Winner of the undergrad thesis talk award.
Ph.D. student in the Emslie group (see grad student section for more details)
2017-2018 Andrew
Broomfield
CHEM 4G09 thesis student. Grad student in the Fekhl group at U Toronto, Mississauga
2016-2017 Aisling
Roper
CHEM 4G09 thesis student 
(3rd year undergrad research student from the U. Bristol, England)
Completed undergrad degree at U Bristol
2016-2017 John
Box
CHEM 4G09 thesis student 
(3rd year undergrad research student from the U. Bristol, England)
Completed undergrad degree at U Bristol
2015-2016 Alon
Genkin
CHEM 4G09 thesis student (co-op). Unknown
2015-2016 Lilly
Vo 
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student. Unknown
2015-2016 Matt 
Sinclair
CHEM 4G09 thesis student 
(3rd year undergrad research student from the U. Bristol, England)
PhD from the Chaplin group at Warwick. Now a postgraduate researcher at the University of Warwick.
2014-2015 Katarina
Paskaruk
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student. PhD student in the Emslie group (see grad student section for more details)
2013-2014 Tara 
Dickie
CHEM 4G09 thesis student.
Paper published from undergrad Th research.
PhD student in the Hayes group (U Lethbridge)
2012-2013 Judy (Fu An)
Tsao
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student.
1 paper (Angew. Chem.) from undergrad research. 
PhD from the Stephan group (U of T). Now a Data Science Analyst at Birch Hill Equity Partners in Toronto.
2012-2013 Adam
Pantaleo
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student.
Winner of the undergrad thesis talk award.
MSc from the Song group (U of T)
2011-2012 Meera 
Mehta
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student.
1 of 2 runners up for undergrad thesis talk award.
PhD from the Stephan group (U of T). Then PDF at Oxford U, England. Now a Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry at The University of Manchester.
2010-2011 Jeffrey 
Price
Summer student, then CHEM 4G09 thesis student.
1 of 2 runners up for undergrad thesis talk award.
PhD student in the Emslie group (see PhD student section for more details)
2009-2010 Velislava Bachvarova CHEM 4G09 thesis student.

Unknown
2009 Kelly
Motloko
Summer student after completing her B.Sc. in Chemistry at the 
University of Western Ontario.
PhD from the Emslie group (see section on previous grad students for more details).
2008-2009 Terry 
Chu
CHEM 4G09 student, then summer student. 
2 papers (Dalton Trans. and JOMC) from undergrad research.
M.Sc. from Piers group (Calgary). Ph.D. from Nikonov group (Brock). Then PDF at Los Alamos. Now Application Scientist at Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. (ACD/Labs)
2007-2008 Brad 
Cowie
CHEM 4G09 thesis student,
then NSERC USRA summer student in 2008.
PhD from Emslie group. PDF with Polly Arnold at U Edinburgh. Now PDF at Oxford University.
2007-2008 Jordan
Thomson
CHEM 4G09 thesis student
Winner of undergraduate thesis talk award.
PhD from Ozin group (U Toronto). Then Green Centre, followed by DuPont Canada. Now Associate Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and Research Development at Ontario Genomics.
2007-2008 Matt 
Ray
3rd year undergraduate research student from the University of Bristol, England. 1 paper (Dalton Trans.) from U research. PhD from Kilian group at St. Andrews in Scotland. Now a senior development chemist at Nufarm.
2006 Rachelle Kleinberger Summer student in 2006. Completed PhD in the Stover group (McMaster U). Now a scientist at Contango.
2005-2006 Simon
Oakley

CHEM 4G06, then summers studentWinner of undergraduate thesis talk award.
2 papers (Dalton Trans. and Organometallics) from undergrad.

Completed M.Sc. in the Hicks group at U Victoria.
2005 Kyle 
Parker
NSERC USRA student. 
1 paper (Organometallics) from undergraduate Rh research.
Completed PhD in Fryzuk group at UBC. Now a Research Fellow at The University of Edinburgh.
2004 Abdullah
Alabousi
B.HSc.(Honours) 3H03 undergrad research project. Obtained Medical degree from UWO
2003-2004 Carlos 
Cruz
CHEM 4G06 thesis student. Completed Ph.D. in Emslie group. Researcher, then Licensing Manager at Chevron Phillips in the US.

Pictures of previous undergraduate students:

 

Seja Elgadi (2018-2020)

Ryan Tretter (2019-2020)

Eliza-Jayne Boisvert (2017-19)
Eliza Jayne Boisvert

Novan Gray (2017-2018)
Novan Gray

Andrew Broomfield (2017-2018)
Andrew Broomfield

Aisling Roper(2016-2017)
Aisling Roper
John Box (2016-2017)
John Box
Alon Genkin (2015-2016)
Alon Genkin
Lilly Vo (2015-2016)
Lilly Vo
Matt Sinclair (2015-2016)
Matt Sinclair
Katarina Paskaruk (2014-2015)
Katarina Paskaruk
Tara Dickie (2013-2014)
Tara Dickie
Adam Pantaleo (2012-2013)
Adam Pantaleo
Judy (Fu An) Tsao (2012-2013)
Judy Tsao
Meera Mehta (2011-2012)
Meera Mehta
Jeffrey Price(2010-2011)
Jeffrey Price
Velislava Bachvarova (2009-2010)
Velislava Bachvarova
Kelly Motolko (2009)
Kelly Motolko
Terry Chu (2008-2009)
Terry Chu
Brad Cowie (2007-2008)
Brad Cowie2
Matt Ray (2007-2008)
Matt Ray
Jordan Thomson (2007-2008)
Jordan Thomson
Rachelle Kleinberger (2006)
Rachelle Kleinberger
Simon Oakley (2005-2006)
Simon Oakley
Kyle Parker (2005)
Kyle Parker
Carlos Cruz (2003)
Carlos Cruz

SELECTED RECENT PHOTOS

IDW in Waterloo - Oktoberfest Banquet! - November 2018
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Undergraduate Chemistry Thesis Night - March 2018
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Photos from Chem Dept Xmas Dinner - December 2017
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Dinner at Brux House - December 2017
2017 Xmas 

Kelly Graduation - November 2017
2017 Kelly Grad   Smaller

Braduation - July 2016 / Nick Graduation - June 2017
Brad Graduation Nick Grad

Edwin's Last Day in the Lab - Dinner at the Phoenix - April 2015
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Lab Christmas Dinner - Dec 2014 ( Emslie group + Escapees)
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dec 2014

Lab BBQ - Sept 2014
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Emslie Group in October 2014 - From left to right - Brad Cowie, Katarina Paskaruk, Kelly Motolko, Nick Andreychuk, Todd Whitehorne, Kris Kolpin, Edwin Wong, Aathith Vasanthakumar
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