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The University of Southampton

National prize for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance researcher

Published: 20 April 2015
Dr Giuseppe Pileio

Senior Research Fellow Dr Giuseppe Pileio has been awarded a prestigious joint prize from the Royal Society of Chemistry and Institute of Physics.

The 2015 BRSG-NMR DG Annual Prize for Excellent Contribution to Magnetic Resonance recognises his substantial contribution to scientific knowledge through improving the methodology of extending and amplifying the tiny and weak magnetic signals emitted by some molecules. Giuseppe’s work develops further Professor Malcolm Levitt’s original scientific breakthrough at the University of Southampton. It is of significance because of its potential value to identify and eventually target cancer molecules, improving both diagnosis and treatment.

The researcher joined the University of Southampton in 2006 after taking BSc and PhD degrees in Chemistry at the University of Calabria. In 2013 he won the Dean’s Prize in the Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences for Outstanding Contribution to Research.

Giuseppe will give a prize lecture at the BRSG Christmas meeting in December 2015 at the Institute of Physics in London.



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