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Christine Luscombe
Christine Luscombe
University of Washington, USA

Christine Luscombe received her BachelorĄŻs degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge in 2000. She then worked with Profs. Andrew Holmes and Wilhelm Huck in the Melville Laboratory of Polymer Synthesis at the University of Cambridge where her research focused on surface modifications using supercritical carbon dioxide for her PhD. She received the Syngenta Award for best organic chemistry project for her PhD. In January 2004, she joined the group of Prof. Jean Fr¨Śchet for her post-doctoral studies where she began her research on semiconducting polymers for organic photovoltaics. She was the recipient of the Lindemann Fellowship as well as the Trinity College Junior Research Fellowship (University of Cambridge) for her post-doctoral studies. In September 2006, she joined the Materials Science and Engineering Department at the University of Washington, Seattle. She received a number of young faculty awards including the NSF CAREER Award, DARPA Young Faculty Award, as well as the Sloan Research Fellowship. Her current research focuses on the synthesis of semiconducting polymers for energy applications. She served on the Editorial Advisory Board for Macromolecules and ACS Macro Letters, and is now serving on the Editorial Board for Polymer International and Journal of Applied Physics, International Advisory Board for Advanced Electronic Materials, and is an Associate Editor for J. Mater. Chem. A. She is also serving as Vice President of the IUPAC Polymer Division.

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