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Johannes Teunis Zuilhof——Professor

Nationality:
Nederlandse
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Email:
han.zuilhof@tju.edu.cn
Office:
24-B610
School:
School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology
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Education Experience
1988- M.S. Chemistry Leiden University
1994- Master of Arts Western Philosophy Leiden University
1994- Ph. D. Organic Chemistry Leiden University
Professional Experience
1994-1996 NWO Talent Postdoc Columbia University
1997-2006 Assistant and Associate Professor Wageningen UR
2007- Personal Chair in Organic Chemistry Wageningen UR
2008-2016 Chair of Organic Chemistry Wageningen UR
2011-2016 Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Chemical and Ma King Abdulaziz University
2014-2016 Distinguished Perennial Guest Professor of Chemist Tianjin University
Research Area
Honors and Awards
2015: China National 1000 Talents Award, Tianjin University
2014 – present: Perennial Distinguished Guest Professor, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China.
2013 – 2014: Joseph Meyerhoff Visiting Professor, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel.
2011 – present: Distinguished Adjunct Professor, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Spring 2007: Visiting Professor at Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA.
Oct. 2005: Visiting Professor to Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China.
Summer 2003: Visiting Fellow to the National Canadian Nanotechnology Institute, Ottawa, Canada.
Fall 2002: Emerson Visiting Research Fellow at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
1994 – 1995: Postdoctoral Talent Fellowship (NWO).
1994: L. J. Oosterhoff Award (L. J. Oosterhoff Fund, administered by Leiden University).
1988 – 1989: Netherlands Ramsay Memorial Fellowship (Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences).
Patents
Patents: 10 (since 2004), 9 of which have been sold to 6 different companies (ranging from SMEs to multinationals).
Highlighted Publications
- Number of publications in international refereed scientific journals according to WoS: 250
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