Janine Mauzeroll

Janine MauzerollProfessor

B.Sc. (McGill University, 1999)
Ph.D. (University of Texas at Austin, 2004, Electrochemistry)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Université de Paris 7 - Denis Diderot, (2004-2005)
Assistant & Associate Professor (Université du Québec à Montréal, 2005-2011)
Associate Professor (McGill University, 2012-til present)


NSERC-UFA (2005-2010)
Post-doctoral fellowship from the French Ministry of Research and New Technologies (2004-2005)
University of Texas at Austin Continuing Fellowship (2003-2004)
Electrochemical Society Summer Fellowship (2003)

Contact Information

Office: Pulp & Paper 112
Phone: (514) 398-3898
Email: Janine.Mauzeroll [at] McGill.CA
Lab: Pulp & Paper 308, 309, 310, 311
Lab Phone: (514) 398-6545
Web Page: Mauzeroll Group Website

Research Themes

  • Chemical Biology 
  • Materials Chemistry

Research Description

Our research group studies electron transfer reactions using classical electrochemical methods and scanning electrochemical microscopy. We use these methods in combination with biochemical methods, such as flow cytometry and cell culture, to study transport events in and out of human cancer cells. We are particularly interested in developing analytical methods to quantify multidrug resistance.

A second active area in our group is the study of corrosion of magnesium alloys used in the automotive industry. This national team project is partially financed by General Motors of Canada and strives to predict corrosion of magnesium alloys with complex microstructure and reactivity.

Our projects lie at the interface between biological chemistry, analytical chemistry and materials science. They provide students with extensive training in electrochemistry, microscopy, nanoelectrode design, biochemistry, numerical simulations and analytical method development.

Currently Teaching

CHEM 267 Introductory Chemical Analysis 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

CHEM 577 Electrochemistry 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

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