Jeremy Keith Morris SANDERS

QUALIFICATIONS

1969B.Sc. (Chemistry), Imperial College, London
1972Ph.D. (Chemistry), University of Cambridge

MAIN CAREER

1972-73Research Associate in Pharmacology, Stanford University, U.S.A.
1973-96 Demonstrator, then Lecturer then Reader in Chemistry, Cambridge
1996-2015 Professor of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
2000-06 Head, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
2006-10 Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge
2009-11 Head, School of Physical Sciences, University of Cambridge
2011-2015 Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Institutional Affairs)
2016 Editor-in-Chief, Royal Society Open Science

OTHER APPOINTMENTS

1979-80 Visiting Associate Professor and M.R.C. Fellow, University of British Columbia, Canada
1984-92 Editorial Board, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
1988-93 Editorial Board, J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Transactions
1996-2002 Editorial Advisory Board, Chemical Society Reviews
1998-2000 Associate Editor, New Journal of Chemistry
1999-2008 International Supervisory Board, National Research Consortium on Catalysis (Netherlands)
1999-2001Chemistry Panel, U.K. Research Assessment Exercise
2000-2002 Chairman, Editorial Advisory Board, Chemical Society Reviews
2002-2013 Scientific Board, Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia
2002-2007Scientific Advisory Board, Cresset BioMolecular Discovery Ltd
2004-2008Chair, Chemistry sub-panel, 2008 Research Assessment Exercise
2009-2011Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of the American Chemical Society
2010-2012International Advisory Board, Israel Journal of Chemistry
2011-2014Chemistry sub-panel, 2014 Research Excellence Framework
2013Scientific Board, Chemistry Department, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris
2015Chair, Chemistry Review Panel, University of York
2015-Chemistry Advisory Board, University of Leicester

PRIZES AND HONOURS

1975 Meldola Medal, Royal Institute of Chemistry
1981 Hickinbottom Award, Royal Society of Chemistry
1984 Pfizer Academic Award (for work on nuclear Overhauser effect)
1988 Pfizer Academic Award (for work on in vivo NMR)
1994 Josef Loschmidt Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry
1995 Elected Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS)
1996 Pedler Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry
2002 Visiting Fellow, Japan Society for Promotion of Science
2003 Izatt-Christensen Award in Macrocyclic Chemistry (U.S.A.)
2009Davy Medal, The Royal Society
2010-11Vice-President (2010) then President (2011), "Bürgenstock" Conference, Switzerland
2014 CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire)
2014 175 Faces of Chemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry

NAMED LECTURESHIPS

1998 Smith and Nephew Lecturer, York
2003 AstraZeneca Lecturer, University of Alberta, Canada
2003 Merck-Frosst Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, Canada
2003 IAP Lecturer, Columbia University, New York
2005 J. Clarence Karcher Lecturer, University of Oklahoma, U.S.A
2007 Schulich Lecturer, Technion, Israel (cancelled due to illness)
2007 Barré Lecturer, University of Montreal, Canada
2010 Diamond Jubilee Foundation Day Lecture, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India
2011 Prof. C. N. R. Rao Award Lecture, CRSI National Symposium, India
2011 Cedric Hassall Lecture, ESBOC, Gregynog
2011 Novartis Lecture, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, USA
2013 Visiting Professor, Pole Balard Chimie, Montpellier, France
2013 Myron L. & Muriel S. Bender Distinguished Lectures in Organic Chemistry, Northwestern University, USA
2016 Wilson Baker Lecturer, University of Bristol

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