Victoria T. Perchyonok
Tamara Perchyonok holds a Ph.D. degree in organic chemistry from the University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC, Australia, with particular interest and experience in the fields of organic chemistry, biomedical sciences, and life sciences in general. She has extensive research and teaching work experience in Australia and overseas focused extensively on establishing molecular basis to explore the fundamentals of living systems at the molecular level, through gaining understanding of cellular and biologically relevant transformations via incorporation of chemical, biological, physical, and computational science to harnessing bio-free radicals. Her research interests include biochemical reactions and molecular recognition, functional nanomaterials for advanced biomedical applications, and free radical reactions of nucleic acid sugar radicals. Her major research fellowships include Marie Curie Experienced Researcher Fellowship (2002–2004) and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Research Fellowship (2001–2002). Dr. Perchyonok has a proven track record in top-level research, scientific education, and commercialization, evidenced by research and teaching appointments in the capacity of Head Scientist at VTPCHEM PTY LTD; Researcher at School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Griffith University; Research Fellow and Assistant Lecturer at the School of Chemistry/Centre of Green Chemistry, Monash University; Marie Curie Senior Research Fellow at Consiglio Nazionalle delle Richerche, Bologna, Italy; Senior Researcher, Chirogen Pty. Ltd., University of Melbourne; DFG Postdoctoral Fellow, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany.
Biography Updated on 2 November 2012