Dr. Eric Janusson

Phone:   0141 330 2536
I obtained my PhD in Chemistry in the McIndoe group from the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. During this time, my research primarily involved the use of electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) paired with tandem analytical instrumentation to investigate and monitor organometallic catalytic reactions in real-time. Additional projects during my PhD included synthesis of charge-tagged derivatization agents which were employed to selectively detect the abundance of chemical moieties in complex matrices with ESI-MS. Additional work included examination of the electrospray process and development of reaction monitoring methodologies using triple-quadrupole mass analysers. In winter 2017, I joined the Cronin group at the University of Glasgow. My current research interests include the investigation of self-assembly processes using real-time reaction monitoring techniques and 3D printed flow reactors.

Group Publications

1. Synthesis of polyoxometalate clusters using carbohydrates as reducing agents leads to isomer-selection†, E. Janusson, N. de Kler, L. Vilà-Nadal, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 5797-5800