• Welcome to Lisa Gourdon!

    We are very happy to welcome Lisa Gourdon in our group. Lisa will be working on a new topic related to inorganic chemical biology.

  • Welcome to Dr. Kevin Cariou

    We are extremely happy to officially welcome Dr. Kevin Cariou in our group. Kevin is a permanent CNRS researcher, who has decided to join our team to work with us on a new topic related to inorganic chemical biology.

  • Communication accepted in ChemMedChem!

    Our collaborative work with Prof. Annie Castonguay (INRS) is now out in ChemMedChem! Congratulations to Anna for her hard work. In this article, we describe how certain ruthenium polypyridyl complexes form nanoparticles or aggregates in aqueous solutions although they look completely soluble by the naked eye.

  • Article in Inorg. Chem. accepted.

    Congratulations to Michèle and Franz for their article that has just been accepted in Inorg. Chem. Great collaboration with Prof. Bernhard Spingler from the University of Zurich.

  • Review Article accepted in J. Organomet. Chem.

    Congrats to Sarah, Yih Ching and Yan Lin for their review article that has been just accepted in J. Organomet. Chem. This article is part of the special issue for the ISBOMC that took place in York this year. First article with Kevin Cariou!

  • Article in Adv. Ther. accepted!

    Congratulations to Patrick and Sarah for their review article that has just been accepted in Adv. Ther. This article reviews the use of polymetallic complexes as photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy. This article be be found here.

  • Article with Sherri McFarland and Theralase accepted in Curr. Op. Chem. Biol.!

    Our review article entitled “Metal-based Photosensitizers for Photodynamic Therapy: a Part of Future of Multimodal Oncology?“ with Sherri McFarland and Theralase accepted in Curr. Op. Chem. Biol.! This invited article is part of the special issue “Next Generation Therapeutics” and be found here.

  • Congratulations Dr. Franz!

    Congratulations to Franz who successfully defended his thesis this Friday. All the very best for your future.

  • Congrats to Dr. Johannes and Dr. Anna!

    The group is very proud to have two new doctors in the group. Congratulations to Dr. Johannes Karges and Dr. Anna Notaro. Thanks for your hard and all the very best for your futures!