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Paul Goulet Appointed Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science at Clarkson University
Paul J.G. Goulet has been appointed assistant professor of chemistry & biomolecular science at Clarkson University.
He received both his honours bachelor of science degree and doctoral degree in chemistry from the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario.
Before coming to Clarkson, he was a postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University in Montreal, where he worked on the synthesis, characterization, and application of metallic nanoparticles. His other research interests include plasmonic sensing, molecular spectroscopy, biolabeling and biosensing, and semiconductor nanoparticles.
As a graduate student researcher at the University of Windsor, Goulet worked on a wide variety of projects centered upon the development and application of surface-enhanced spectroscopies. At the same time, he was a teaching assistant, responsible for introductory and advanced-level chemistry laboratories and tutorials.
His honors include scholarships, several graduate travel awards and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Goulet has co-written numerous articles in professional journals.
His professional affiliations include the Canadian Society for Chemistry, the American Chemical Society, and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.
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