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Audrey Moores

Audrey Moores is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at McGill University, and a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Green Chemistry. In 2012, she became a co-associate director of the Center for Green Chemistry and Catalysis, a strategic cluster funded by the Le Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Since 2015, she has been an associate editor for the journal RSC advances and will join associate editorship of ACS Sustainable Science and Technology in the fall 2016. She joined the Board of Directors for GreenCentre Canada in the summer of 2016.

For 3 years Audrey co-created and co-organized a workshop on Sustainable Innovation Through Green Chemistry. She has established specific expertise working with cellulose nanocrystals and with iron nanoparticles, as replacement for harmful noble metals. In 2011, she was awarded a Science Communication Fellowship for Green Chemistry by Environmental Health News and Advancing Green Chemistry. In 2014, she received an Outside Quebec Exchange Professorship, awarded by Quebec, in support of a two month visit to Princeton University and a CNC-IUPAC travel award in 2016.

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