Dr. Joe B. Gilroy

Joe B. Gilroy

Joe was born in Nanaimo, BC and grew up in Port Alberni, BC on Vancouver Island where he attended Alberni District Secondary School (ADSS).  After growing tired of small town life, he moved South, first to Malaspina University College (now Vancouver Island University) and then to the University of Victoria where he completed his B.Sc. in 2003.  He began his Ph.D. under the tutelage of Prof. Robin Hicks in 2003, working on a variety of projects involving stable radicals and their metal complexes, ligand design, and molecule-based magnetism.  After graduating in 2008, Joe was on the move again, joining the group of Prof. Ian Manners at the University of Bristol (UK).  His work in the Manners group spanned a number of areas including the synthesis and self-assembly of metal-containing polymers, mechanistic organometallic chemistry, and the chemistry of pi-conjugated, conducting polymers.  For more details, please see the publications page.
 
 
Joe B. Gilroy
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry
The University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
Canada, N6A 5B7

Office: MSA 3201
Lab: MSA 3240
1 (519) 661-2111 (x81561)
joe.gilroy@uwo.ca

Training

B.Sc. - Victoria, 1999-2003
Ph.D. - VIctoria (w/ Robin Hicks), 2003-2008
Postdoc - Bristol (w/ Ian Manners), 2008-2012

Awards and Recognitions

2017 - CNC-IUPAC Travel Award (research)

2016 - Invited Presentation, Emerging Materials Chemistry Investigators Symposium, 99th CSC Conference.(research)

2016 - Invited Articles, 2016 Emerging Investigators Themed Issue: Novel Design Strategies for New Functional Materials, Journal of Materials Chemistry C(research)

2015 - Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation Early Researcher Award (research)

2014- Western's Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award (research)

2014 - Thieme Chemistry Journal Award (research)

2010 - EU Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowship (research)

2008 - Canada-United Kingdom Millennium Research Award (research)

2008 - NSERC of Canada Postdoctoral Fellowship (research) 

2007 - Andy Farquharson Teaching Award (graduate teaching)

2007 - Julius Schleicher Graduate Scholarship (research)

2006 - Lewis J. Clark Memorial Fellowship (research)

2005 - Sally McAuley Award (inorganic chemistry)

2003 - Karel Hartman Award (analytical chemistry)

2002 - Karel Hartman Award (analytical chemistry)