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"My research revolves around exploring the host-guest chemistry of supramolecular coordination compounds."
"My research goals include studying the mechanism and rationally design an inhibitor for an enzyme that confers pathogenicity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis."
"As a N.Y. Sea Grant Scholar, my current research uses liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry to investigate the removal efficiency of conventional and advanced wastewater treatment systems for a variety of pharmaceuticals."
"We have developed a methodology for treating quantum nuclear effects within the framework of classical mechanics which allows for their inclusion in molecular dynamics simulations at a fraction of the cost."
"My research focuses on understanding the roles of specific lipids during necroptosis, a unique type of programmed cell death which has been associated with pathologies including neurodegenerative diseases, ischaemia-reperfusion injuries, and cancer."
"My thesis research project focuses on developing new charge carriers for redox flow batteries (RFBs) using molecular-level design principles guided by electrochemical analysis to address stability, solubility and energy density."
"My research focuses on exploring oxygen as a reagent and/or oxidant for copper-catalyzed reactions that are useful for the synthesis of nitrogen and oxygen based heterocycles."
"My graduate research is primarily focused on the synthesis of reactive bottlebrush copolymers and their use in forming macromolecular architectures such as star-brush polymers, network structures, hydrogels, and nanogels."