G. Wilse Robinson

Johns Hopkins, Caltech, Melbourne, Texas Tech 
picosecond spectroscopy
"G. Wilse Robinson"

Wilse Robinson was born in Kansas City, Missouri on July 27, 1924. He attended schools in Kansas City and Clearwater, Florida. Wilse served in the U.S. Navy during WW II in the Pacific theater, requiring at one point, memorization of the color-blindness test because he was quite red-green color blind! Wilse then enrolled at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he earned both B.S. (1947) and M.S. (1949) degrees in Chemistry. His master's thesis, under the direction of Professor W. H. Eberhardt, concerned intensity perturbations in weak electronic transitions in molecular systems. He obtained his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry at the University of Iowa (without a research advisor!) in 1952 for work on microwave spectroscopy and the theory of quadruple interactions.

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Jacob Urquidi grad student
Peter A. Leermakers grad student 1962 Caltech
Leon F. Keyser grad student 1965 Caltech
George C. Nieman grad student 1965 Caltech
Elliot R. Bernstein grad student 1967 Caltech
William C. Galley grad student 1967 Caltech
Steven D. Colson grad student 1968 Caltech
Bryan Earl Kohler post-doc 1968 Caltech
Graham R. Fleming post-doc 1974-1975 Caltech
Raoul Kopelman research scientist 1964-1966 Caltech
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Si D, Bailie RS, Dowden M, et al. (2007) Delivery of preventive health services to Indigenous adults: response to a systems-oriented primary care quality improvement intervention. The Medical Journal of Australia. 187: 453-7
Si D, Bailie RS, Togni SJ, et al. (2006) Aboriginal health workers and diabetes care in remote community health centres: a mixed method analysis. The Medical Journal of Australia. 185: 40-5
Bailie RS, Si D, Robinson GW, et al. (2004) A multifaceted health-service intervention in remote Aboriginal communities: 3-year follow-up of the impact on diabetes care. The Medical Journal of Australia. 181: 195-200
Fleming GR, Morris JM, Robbins RJ, et al. (1978) Nonexponential fluorescence decay of aqueous tryptophan and two related peptides by picosecond spectroscopy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 75: 4652-6
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