Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry welcomes new Associate Editor Cristina Trujillo

We are delighted to welcome our new Associate Editor, Dr Cristina Trujillo to the Organic & Biomolecular Editorial Board!

Dr Cristina Trujillo is a Lecturer in Computational & Theoretical Chemistry at The University of Manchester. She has expertise in highly fundamental topics within Computational Organic Chemistry such as asymmetric catalysis, computationally-led catalysis design, mechanisms of reaction, and non-covalent interactions. Her research interests are focused on the asymmetric catalysis field with particular emphasis on the application of computational techniques in the design of organocatalysts along with the prediction and control of catalytic processes with a direct impact on the development of products with different applications.

Cristina obtained her Ph.D. in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry in 2008 at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain). During the period 2008-2016, she held several Postdoctoral positions in Spain (CSIC), Prague (Academy of Sciences), and Ireland (Trinity College Dublin). From 2016 until 2018 she worked at TCD as a Research Fellow before becoming an Assistant Lecturer at TU-Dublin in the School of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences. She has been awarded the very competitive SFI-Starting Investigator Research Grant (SIRG, 2018) and L’Oreal-Unesco Women in Science UK and Ireland Fellowship -Highly Commended (2019). She started as an independent researcher leading her own group at TCD from 2019-2022 before moving to the University of Manchester.

Find out more about Cristina on her website and submit your article to her today!

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