Our interests in transient kinetics and biophysical methods (particularly EPR) gives us the opportunitiy to investigate a number of interesting systems, including transition metal-containing enzymes, organic frameworks, and rare earth metals.  We have had productive collaborations with investigators at UofSC and beyond including:

Michael Marletta (UC Berkeley)
Linda Shimizu (U of SC)
Tomasz Borowski (Instytut Katalizy, PAN)
Hanno zur Loye (U of SC)



DeHaven, B. A., Tokarski, J. T., Korous, A. A., Mentink-Vigier, F., Makris, T. M., Brugh, A. M., Forbes, M. D. E., van Tol, J., Bowers, C. R., and Shimizu, L. S. (2017) Persistent Radicals of Self-assembled Benzophenone bis-urea Macrocycles: Characterization and Application as a Polarizing Agent for Solid-state DNP MAS Spectroscopy, Chemistry-Eur. J.

Abeysinghe, D.; Gerke, B.; Morrison, G.; Hsieh, C. H.; Smith, M. D.; Pottgen, R.; Makris, T. M.; zur Loye, H. C. J. Solid State Chem. 2015, 229, 173.