Shana Kelley

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1999 - Ph.D. (Chemistry) California Institute of Technology
1994 - B.A. (Chemistry) Seton Hall University

Professional Appointments:

2007 - present
University of Toronto, Departments of Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biochemistry, Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering

Director, Division of Biomolecular Sciences, Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto

Boston College, Department of Chemistry

2000 - 2006
Assistant Professor
Boston College, Department of Chemistry

1999 - 2000
NIH Postdoctoral Fellow
Scripps Research Institute, Departmet of Cell and Molecular Biology

Awards and Honours:

2017  ACS Nanoscience Award
2017  Somorjai Visiting Miller Professorship (UC Berkeley)
2016  SLAS Innovation Award
2016  NSERC Brockhouse Award
2016  Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering
2016  Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
2013  University of Toronto Distinguished Professor Award
2011  Steacie Prize
2011  University of Toronto Inventor of the Year
2010  NSERC  E.W.R Steacie Fellowship
2008  Named one of "Canada's Top 40 under 40" by Globe & Mail/Caldwell Part
2006  Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award
2005  Camille Drefus Teacher-Scholar Award
2004  TR100: Voted one of the top 100 innovators by Technology Review Magazine
2004  Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship
2004  NSF CAREER Award
2000  Dreyfus New Faculty Award
2000  Research Innovation Award

Selected Professional Activities:

Board Director, Ontario Genomics, 2017 - present
Board Trustee, Fight Against Cancer Trust, 2017 – present
Editorial Advisory Board, ACS Chemical Biology, 2017 – present
Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2016 – present
Executive Leadership Team, Medicine by Design (CFREF), 2016 - present
Panel Member, NIH ISD panel, 2016 – present
Associate Editor, ACS Sensors, 2015 – present
Program Committee, ACS Biological Chemistry Div., 2016 – present
Co-Founder and Board Director, Xagenic Inc., 2010 – 2017 (acquired by General Atomics)
Co-Founder, GeneOhm Sciences, 2000 – 2006 (acquired by Becton Dickinson)


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