We are delighted to announce that Laurel Schafer has joined the Editorial Board of Green Chemistry.
Dr Laurel L. Schafer has received her BSc from the University of Guelph and her PhD from the University of Victoria. She then went on to the University of California-Berkley to complete an NSERC post-doctoral fellowship with Prof. T. D. Tilley. In 2001, she joined the University of British Columbia in Vancouver where she is now a professor and a Tier I Canada Research Chair in Catalyst Development. The Schafer group has developed a family of N,O-chelated early transition metal complexes for atom-economic catalysis to prepare amines, heterocycles, and amine-containing polymers. For this work Laurel has received numerous awards including a Schlenk Lecture Award from the University of Tübingen (2021), a CSC Award, a Humboldt Award, a Killam Research Fellowship, and a Killam Award for Graduate Student Mentorship.
Read more about The Schafer group here.
Welcome on board Laurel, we’re looking forward to working with you!