Mark Dadmun, professor of chemistry, joins a list of seventy-eight distinguished academics who have made significant contributions to science and their profession. The fellows will be celebrated at the society’s national meeting in Boston in August.
Dadmun has a joint faculty appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the Chemical Science Division. He is founding director of the Soft Materials Research in Tennessee (SMART) Center.
He received his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts. His honors include a National Research Council Post-doctoral Fellowship, which he completed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology working with Charles Han.
Visit Dadmun’s faculty page to learn more about his research.
Learn more about the Department of Chemistry online.
For more about the American Chemical Society and the fellows, visit the website.