Meeting Reports and Events

The John Dolphin Fellowships

Dec 22 2009

Author: Paul Ferguson on behalf of Unassigned Independent Article

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In the June edition of Chromatography Today, Dr John Lough of the Chromatographic Society highlighted the formation of the John Dolphin Fellowship programme. The programme was inaugurated in honour of ex Treasurer and Chairman Dr John Dolphin who sadly passed away in 2007. The Fellowships were only made possible through a generous donation from John’s estate with the request that the funds were to be used “towards sponsorship of students undertaking their PhD’s”. To this end the executive committee of the Society deliberated on how this request could be best put into practice. It was decided that the most appropriate use of the funds would be to sponsor UK based doctoral researchers to attend major separation science conferences where they could share and promote their science on an international stage. It is believed that the Fellowship
programme would be entirely in keeping with John’s thoughts on promoting UK based excellence in separation science through young chromatographers.

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