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Miss Jenessa Ebert

PositionResearch Student
LocationRichmond Building, L23e
DepartmentChemistry and Forensic Sciences

Research Interests (key words only)

Organic synthesis, organic chemistry, sulphonamide

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Demonstrator in undergraduate lab classes
  • Mentor to MChem project students


I completed my MChem in Chemistry, Pharmaceutical and Forensic Science in 2016 and developed a keen interest in synthetic organic chemistry, so was extremely proud to receive the Philippa Tucker Prize for Excellence in Organic Chemistry in 2015.

My final year undergraduate project resulted in a publication in a peer-reviewed journal, and fuelled by this success, I decided to continue onto a PhD. I really enjoy the challenge and reward of laboratory work and look forward to making a valuable contribution to research activities at the University of Bradford.

Study History

  • MChem (distinction)/BSc (Hons) (first-class) Chemistry,  2016, University of Bradford

Research Areas

  • Organic synthesis.
  • Methodology development.
  • Mass spectrometry.

Current Projects

Synthesis, Rearrangement and Mass Spectrometry of Sulfonamides.


‘The mechanism of alkene elimination from protonated toluenesulfonamides generated by electrospray ionisation’ European Journal of Mass Spectrometry. 2016; 22(4): 165-173

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