Meet the group!
B.S. McGill University, Canada 2010
Jessica's project focuses on the formation of iron sulfur clusters. She joined the lab in 2011.
L. Taylor Elrod
B.S. University of Vermont, USA 2010
Taylor joined the lab in Spring 2013. His research is focused on biomimetic metal complexes for conversion of carbon dioxide to fuel precursor or liquid fuels.
B.S. University of Connecticut, USA 2013
Kevin comes to the Kim Research Group from UConn and is the newest member of the Kim Group, joining in Spring 2014. His research is focused on synthesizing persulfide bridged iron compounds.
Senior 2015 Brown University
Avery joined the group in 2013, mentored by Camly Tran. Her research focuses on the reactivity of iron-sulfur clusters with nitric oxide.
After completing his masters, Junhyeok joined the Kim Research Group in 2009. His research is focused on biomimetic metal complexes for conversion of carbon dioxide to fuel precursor or liquid fuels. Jun successfully defended Spring 2013 and has a post-doctoral position at U.T. Austin.
Kelsey's research focused on the dioxygen reactivity of N-bound dinitrosyl iron complexes. She joined the group in 2010 and sucessfully defended in Summer 2014.
Camly worked on iron sulfur clusters and how the formation of dinitrosyl iron complexes occur. She joined the group in 2010 and sucessfully defended in Summer 2014.
Senior 2013 Brown University
Michael's research focues on the reactivity of biomimetic Mo complexes for conversion of carbon dioxide into resusable fuels. He is mentored by graduate student, Camly Tran.
Nok Natcha Wattanatorn
Senior 2013 Brown University
Natcha's research focuses on the reactivity of S-bound dinitrosyl iron complexes and their reactivity with oxygen. She is mentored by graduate student Jessica Fitzpatrick.
B.S. Brown University, USA 2011
Allegra joined the group in 2009. Her research focused on biomimetic metal complexes for conversion of carbon dioxide to fuel precursors or liquid fuels.
B.S. Brown University, USA 2010
Danielle joined the Kim Research Lab in Fall 2009 and has done a significant amount of work with the Iron-Sulfur Clusters in NO Signaling project. She will be attending Harvard University Fall 2010 for a Ph. D in the Chemistry/Archaeology program.
B.S. Brown University, USA 2009
Nhut's research focused on the reactivity of N-bound dinitrosyl iron complexes. He has laid the foundation for this ongoing project.
Alex Cevallos, class of 2014
Sean Igelman, class of 2014
B.S. University of Athens, Greece 2001
Ph.D. University of Michigan, USA 2008
Harris currently works on the iron dinitrosyl project, in particular the
reactivity of iron thiolate dinitrosyls towards thiol modification
(oxidation or nitration). The project includes synthesis of several iron
dinitrosyl complexes and characterization utilizing several techniques
including IR, UV, NMR, MS (GC-MS/ESI) etc.