CAS Future Leaders 2023

Dr. Mallory Green has been selected as a 2023 CAS Future Leader

July 14, 2023

Dr. Mallory Green, a talented scientist and esteemed colleague, has been chosen as one of this year's CAS Future Leaders, an international program that nurtures the leadership potential of early-career scientists in the broad field of chemical sciences. The CAS Future Leaders program, which began in 2010, aims to empower Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars by offering them opportunities for networking, industry connections, and scientific leadership training.

This year, the program received hundreds of applications from highly qualified individuals representing diverse scientific disciplines and organizations worldwide. Among the selected participants for the 2023 class is Dr. Mallory Green, whose outstanding achievements and commitment to scientific excellence have earned her a well-deserved spot.

Dr. Green earned her Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Georgia Southern University and went on to complete her Ph.D. in chemistry at Emory University, both located in the state of Georgia, USA. Since December 2021, she is an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral research fellow in the Molecular Physics Department at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society.

Dr. Green's research focuses on the utilization of anion photoelectron spectroscopy to investigate chiral molecules in the gas-phase. With a passion for her field, she envisions its growth to offer sustainable solutions for chiral analysis and unlock new avenues for exploring previously-inaccessible chemical phenomena. Her dedication to advancing scientific knowledge and finding practical applications for her research makes her an excellent addition to the CAS Future Leaders program.

Participants in the CAS Future Leaders program benefit from invaluable networking experiences with peer scientists from various scientific disciplines and renowned leaders in the field. They gain fresh perspectives through interactions with thought leaders from the science-industry, entrepreneurs, and professional communicators. Moreover, the program provides exclusive leadership training, equipping these budding scientists with the skills necessary to make a significant impact in their respective fields.

As Dr. Mallory Green embarks on this transformative journey as a CAS Future Leader, we extend our heartfelt congratulations and wish her continued success in her scientific pursuits. The program's recognition of her exceptional talents is a testament to her hard work, determination, and remarkable potential to become a prominent leader in the scientific community.

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