Email: t. Professor MacDonald has a long-term interest in the intestinal immune system in health and disease, with particular interest in chronic inflammatory bowel disease, food hypersensitivity, the relationship between the normal flora and gut immunity, and protective immunity to bacterial pathogens. In he was appointed as an assistant professor at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and received tenure and promotion to Associate Professor in
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Tom has been heard on numerous stations in the region during the decade he worked for Metro Traffic, doing news, traffic and weather. Ads on Philadelphia city buildings, vehicles move closer to reality. The process of putting ads on Philadelphia-owned buildings and vehicles is expected to take another step forward Thursday. Haynes takes the reins of Philadelphia culture office. The city of Philadelphia will soon have a new chief cultural officer. Helen Haynes, who is currently director of cultural af Philadelphia voters will have the chance to decide whether to allow an exclusive club of city employees some new flexibility when it come Philly unions cross picket lines at Pa. Convention Center. Union members clashed Monday morning outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Center City, as some influential labor leaders escorte
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His research at Imperial will continue to investigate the fundamental roles that nanomaterials play in perovskite solar cells, particularly in understanding their stability limitations under stress and probing their charge transfer dynamics. His current project investigates a variety of perovskite absorber layers with an emphasis on understanding their surface chemistry as well as the interfacial interaction between neighbouring semiconductors and the counter electrode. In particular, Tom is investigating novel experimental techniques that will facilitate the measurement of charge carrier dynamics at both the surface of the materials, as well as at the interface, providing new design rules to guide the development of stable and efficient photovoltaics. He has recognised expertise in the synthesis and characterisation of nanocrystals chalcogenides, phosphides and perovskites , nanoparticles metals and their compounds , and nanofibers metal oxides and carbon materials.