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Radlauer receives Camille and Henry Dreyfus Environmental Chemistry Fellowship

Recent research from the research group of Professor

Madalyn Radlauer, Ph.D., in Professor Marc Hillmyer’s research group, is among eight post-doctoral scientists this year’s Camille and Henry Dreyfus Environmental Chemistry Fellowship.

The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation funds a number of programs for the advancement of the chemical sciences “as a means of improving human relations and circumstances throughout the world.” Applications for the Post-doctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry were reviewed based on proposed research, the mentor’s track record in environmental chemistry, and institutional strengths in promoting interdisciplinary research related to the environment.

Under this two-year fellowship, Radlauer, who joined the Hillmyer group in July 2014, will be exploring block polymer membranes for high-efficiency water purification.