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Dr

Carol Hua

Mckenzie Fellow
Chemistry
crystallography
Supramolecular chemistry
chirality
inorganic chemistry
science & technology
physical sciences
chemistry
chemistry, multidisciplinary
chemistry, inorganic & nuclear
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Dr

Carol Hua

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Chemistry
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Dr

Carol Hua

 

Carol is currently a McKenzie Fellow in the School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne. Carol's current research interests include the use of coordination polymers as chiral probes by solid state NMR and heterogenous asymmetric catalysis.

Carol completed her undergraduate degree in Advanced Science (Chemistry) from the University of New South Wales in 2011. Her honours project on rhodium, iridium and ruthenium hydroamination catalysts, completed under the supervision of Prof. Barbara Messerle at the University of NSW in 2011, earned her the award of the University Medal in Chemistry. Carol went onto complete her PhD in 2016 under the supervision of A/Prof. Deanna D’Alessandro at the University of Sydney on the development of multifunctional redox-active materials for which she was awarded the 2016 RACI Cornforth Medal for the most outstanding PhD thesis in chemistry.Carol moved abroad to Ireland to complete her postdoctoral studies at the University of Limerick with Prof. Mike Zaworotko working on the development of porous materials as sensors for carbon dioxide and for the storage and delivery of nitrous oxide in biomedical applications. After her time in Ireland, Carol commenced a postdoctoral research position as the Dow Chemical Company Fellow of the American-Australian Association and Endeavour Research Fellow at Northwestern University, USA focusing on stimuli responsive magnetic materials.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 36 most recent scholarly works by Carol Hua.

Credentials

Positions


Mckenzie Fellow

Chemistry

Chartered Member

Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Hons Class 1 and University Medal

University of New South Wales