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Andrew Sue Named Recipient of 2021 Sessler Early Career Researcher Prize

Former Stoddart Group PhD Student and Postdoctoral Researcher Andrew C-H Sue, currently a Professor at the College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of Xiamen University, has been selected as the winner of the 2021 Sessler Early Career Researcher Prize, an annual award presented to an upcoming Principal Investigator who has authored an article in the journal of Supramolecular Chemistry.

The Sessler Early Career Researcher Prize is sponsored by International Publisher Taylor & Francis and named after Jonathan Sessler of University of Texas at Austin, a longtime friend of the Stoddart Group. Andrew is the second Former Group Member to claim this prize, joining Ross Forgan of Glasgow University.

Andrew will present his research at the International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISMSC-2022) in Eugene OR along with the Izatt-Christensen Award winner, Jonathan Nitschke of University of Cambridge, and the Cram Lehn Pedersen Prize Winner Max von Delius of Ulm University.

Read his award winning paper entitled “Tiara[6]arenes”, which is part of the “C David Gutsche: An Appreciation” Special Issue!

Pictured below — 2021 Sessler Early Career Researcher Prize Winner Andrew Sue alongside the TOC for his paper “Tiara[6]arenes”: