Research in the field of analytical chemistry from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne.
Stephen Best Electrochemistry, spectroelectrochemistry.
Bradley Clarke Novel analytical approaches for measuring emerging contaminants, to elicit how they move through the environment and characterize their impacts on public health and ecosystems.
Ken Ghiggino Super-resolution optical imaging methods, ultrafast laser spectroscopy and time-resolved microscopy, applied to study materials including organic photovoltaic, semiconductor nanocrystal and biological materials.
Dominic Hare Chemical pathology. Identifying and monitoring the fundamental chemical reactions that initiate diseases across lifespan.
Spas Kolev Development of methods and instrumentation for automatic chemical analysis and environmental monitoring; Fabrication and study of polymeric membranes.
Gavin Reid Development and application of quantitative proteome and lipidome analysis strategies to identify functional biomarkers of disease, and for mass spectrometry based clinical diagnostics.
ARC Training Centre for the Chemical Industries
Fosters transformative and innovative research in Australia’s chemical and advanced manufacturing sectors through a new industry-led research-training program developed through partnerships between in
Research in this area is conducted in the School of Chemistry.