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Dr Sally Bloodworth MSci, PhD

Senior Research Fellow

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Dr Sally Bloodworth is Senior Research Fellow within Chemistry at the University of Southampton.

Sally graduated from University College London with a 1st class MSci (Hons) degree in 1999, before moving to the University of Southampton to study for a PhD in organozirconium chemistry under the supervision of Professor R. J. Whitby, which she completed in 2003. Following postdoctoral positions at the Universities of Sussex and Southampton, she has been appointed to senior teaching and research fellowship roles in Southampton since 2007. Sally was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Award in 2012, in recognition of her contribution to education in organic chemistry.

Sally’s current research position is affiliated with the Organic Chemistry Group, in areas of organic mechanism and small molecule synthesis. She is a Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Research interests

Sally has participated in many cross-disciplinary and/or collaborative projects, mainly in the area of methodology development for small molecule synthesis. Current research interests are in areas of organometallic chemistry and the study of reactive intermediates.  Her publication record is available online via the ISI Web of KnowledgeSM ResearcherID portal:

Group members:

  • Andreina Pacheco Pita (PhD 2015 - 2019) co-supervised with Prof R.J. Whitby
  • Stephen Alston (PhD 2015 - 2019) co-supervised with Prof R.J. Whitby
  • Boris Aillard (PhD 2010 - 2014)
  • Robert Heap (MSc 2009 - 2010)

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Dr Sally Bloodworth
Chemistry, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom

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