Emeritus Fellow – Prof. Doug Templeton

  • BSc (Biochemistry) 1976, Carleton University, Ottawa
  • PhD (Chemistry) 1979, Carleton University, Ottawa
  • MD 1983, University of Western Ontario

Assistant/Associate Professor, University of Toronto, Clinical Biochemistry 1985 – 1996
Visiting Professor, University of Utah, Faculty of Medicine, 1993
Full Professor, University of Toronto, Pathobiology, from 1997

Thalassemia Foundation of Canada; Chair, Medical Advisory Committee, ongoing from 2003
U.S. Pharmacopeia, Advisor, trace elements in pharmaceuticals, 2008/9
Medical Research Council of Canada/CIHR; Chair, Pharmacology & Toxicology, 1999 – 2003
WHO, Advisor, occupational exposure to metals, 1994; metal speciation, 2004/5
Founding Director, Pathobiology Specialist program, University of Toronto, ongoing from 2000
University teaching awards in Graduate (1995) and Undergraduate (2012) Education, and for course design and development (2004)
Medical Research Council Scholar, 1985-1990

Author of 185 scientific papers
Editor/co-author of 7 books/monographs
Member of various Editorial Boards and Review Panels

Research areas have covered bioinorganic chemistry, trace element and isotopic analysis, trace metal biology and toxicology, and matrix and cell biology.

 

Service to IUPAC

Associate Member, Commission on Toxicology, 1989 – 1991
Titular Member, Commission on Toxicology, 1991 – 1999
Secretary, Commission on Toxicology, 1999 – 2001
Titular Member, Division VII (Chemistry and Human Health), 2006 – 2013
President, Division VII (Chemistry and Human Health), 2008 – 2011
Past and Acting President, Division VII (Chemistry and Human Health), 2012 – 2013
Chair, IUPAC Project Committee, from 2014

Technical reports in PAC, author or coauthor – 10
IUPAC Recommendations in PAC, coauthor – 8
IUPAC books, coauthor – 1

Doug Templeton