Prof. Cathleen Crudden receives the 2015 Killam Research Fellowship
Professor Cathleen Crudden (ITbM PI, Queen's University, Crudden research group) has received the 2015 Killam Research Fellowship to support scholars engaged in ongoing projects of outstanding merit and widespread interest in their fields. Prof. Crudden is currently working on "Organically Modified Metal Surfaces: Biosensing and Beyond".
About the Killam Program
The Canada Council Killam Program, inaugurated with lifetime and testamentary gifts by Mrs. Dorothy J. Killam in memory of her husband Izaak Walton Killam, includes the Killam Prizes and the Killam Research Fellowships. This prestigious program, administered by the Canada Council, is funded by a private endowment supporting creativity and innovation through research and higher learning. Five Canadian researchers will receive $100,000 each in recognition of their exceptional career achievements in humanities, engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, health sciences, and interdisciplinary studies within these fields. Another $840,000 will be awarded over two years in Killam Research Fellowships, granting six scholars full teaching and administrative release so they may pursue independent research.
Professor Cathleen Crudden: http://www.itbm.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/members/c-crudden/