Elizabeth Anne Hillard

Centre National de la Research Scientifique, France 0000-0002-5149-0324

Elizabeth Anne Hillard received a B.S. degree in chemistry from the University of Alaska, Alaska, USA (1999). Then, she joined the late Professor F. Albert Cotton’s research group for a Ph.D. degree (2003, Texas A&M University) on metal-metal bond chemistry and crystallography. In 2003, she joined Gerard Jaouen’s group (Organometallic Medicinal Chemistry) at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Paris working on the electrochemistry of ferrocene-mediated proton-coupled electron transfer and the synthesis and biological properties of ferrocenyl flavonoids. She recently joined the group of Rodolphe Clerac (Magnetic Molecular Materials) at the Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal in Pessac, France, working on coordination compounds and their structural and magnetic characterization. She is also a Charge de Recherche First Class (Research Scientist First Class) with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and received her Habilitation degree in 2010.

Biography Updated on 29 May 2013

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