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Marta DA PIAN

Marta DA PIAN Organic Chemistry Division COORDINATOR

Marta Da Pian, Segretario

Elsevier

Marta earned her M.Sc. in chemistry in 2013 in a joint project between the University of Padua and the University of Twente, working on bioactive materials based on polymeric nanoblends. In 2018 she completed her PhD at University Ca’ Foscari of Venice awarded with “Doctor Europaeus” mention in a joint doctoral program with Università degli Studi di Trieste. During her PhD she studied a new class of macrocycles applied as supramolecular catalysts for nucleophilic substitution reactions. In 2016 she conducted part of her PhD at Freie Universität Berlin in Prof. Shcalley Lab and she has been awarded with the Reaxys - Italian Chemical Society Young Researcher Award.  She spent a year as a Post-Doc at University of Padua (PI Prof. Pasut) developing antibody drug systems aimed at cancer diagnosis and therapy. She then moved to Elsevier as Customer Consultant for Life Sciences solutions focusing on Academic and Government institutions. since she joined elsevier she was selected for the Female Talent program Cohort 2020 and she was awarded "Best Customer Consultant for Life Sciences 2020" and "Most valuable player for A&G 2021". Her wishes for the next three years as member of SCI Giovani board are promoting the affiliation of non-academic young chemists and improving and the cooperation among members of different Divisions. She is a good speaker (sometimes a bit too much) and a good listener, which is why she loves mentoring and teaching young students. Since November 2018, she is an active member of the Social Media Team of the International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN). She is also active in public outreach activities such as “Non è Magia ma è Scienza” (NEMES), the “European Researcher’s Night” and “Pint of Science”. 

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