Our research interests lie at the intersection of coordination chemistry and nanoscience, especially as applied to medicine and renewable energy.

Changing Cu to Au at the center of a sterically hindered corrole chnages the shape of the molecule from taco-like to a pancake-like. Foto: Abhik Ghosh

Current projects in our laboratory focus on:

  • materials for photodynamic and related therapies and cancer theranostics
  • high- and low-valent transition metal compounds and their applications to catalysis and renewable energy
  • 2D van der Waals and covalent heterostructures with applications to nanomedicine
  • fluorinated and fluorous materials
  • dye-sensitized solar cells, and
  • a variety of computer simulations

Recent review articles:

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Undergraduate research