Findsen - Kurreck

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Findsen, Eric W. (United States, Ohio)

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(Professor Emeritus - bio update 2004/06/13)

Fleischer, Everly B. (United States, California)

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(Professor Emeritus - bio update 2004/06/13)

Freeman, David H. (United States, Maryland)

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(Professor Emeritus - bio update 2004/06/13)

Ghosh, Abhik (Norway)

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Gold, Avram (United States, North Carolina)

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Gouterman, Martin (United States, Washington)

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Gross, Zeev (Israel)

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Groves, John T. (United States, New Jersey)

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Guilard, Roger (European Union, France)

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Hambright, Peter W. (United States, District of Columbia)

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Harada, Akira (Japan)

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Heath, Graham A. (Australia, Australian Capital Territory)

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Huie, Carmen W. K. (China, Hong Kong S.A.R.)

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Prof. Ion, Rodica-Mariana (Romania)

Rodica-Mariana Ion obtained her Ph.D. at Bucharest University and obtained many post-doctoral fellowships and invited professor positions in Europe laboratories and universities. She is Head of the Photochemistry Group from ICECHIM, Bucharest, and Full Professor of Advanced Materials at Valahia University, Targoviste.
She works on the spectroscopy, photobiology, and photochemistry of porphyrins and phthalocyanines (from 20 years ago) with emphasis on rational design of new drugs for photodynamic therapy, and the development of porphyrin-based nanocrystalline materials. The main spectroscopic techniques used in her lab are flash UV-Vis, IR spectroscopy, and lasers for samples irradiation, and practical procedures for porphyrins applications in animal and human tumors, in vitro.
She is the author of over 350 research articles, as well as two books – Porphyrins and photodynamic therapy of cancer, FMR Ed., Bucharest 2003, ISBN 973-8151-13-9, and Nanocrystalline materials, FMR Ed., Bucharest, 2003, ISBN 973-8151-12-0 – and a contribution in Near-infrared dyes for high technology applications, Ed. S. Daehne, U. Resch-Genger, O. Wolfbeis, NATO ASI series, vol 3/52, 1998, pp. 87-114, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht/Boston/London, ISBN 0-7923-5101-0
She is the in Management Committees of EU Actions: COST D8, D18 and D20, and also Principal Coordinator at WG 0012/02 of COST D20. Experts of INTAS, FPV, FP 6 Programmes.
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James, Brian R. (Canada, British Columbia)

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(Professor Emeritus - bio update 2004/06/13)

Jones, Wayne E. (United States, New York)

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Kadish, Karl M. (United States, Texas)

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Kincaid, James R. (United States, Wisconsin)

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Krishnamurthy, Manickam (United States, District of Columbia)

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Kurreck, A. G. (European Union, Germany)

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