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M.S. 1992, Moscow State University
Ph.D. 1996, Wayne State University
As director of crystallography at UW-Madison, I am responsible for the management and operation of an X-ray laboratory equipped with two CCD state-of-the-art single-crystal diffractometers, one powder diffractomeer and an 11-computer cluster. I also teach practical sessions in a graduate-level crystallography course.
Other responsibilities include: student and user training and supervision; manuscript, manual and grant proposal preparation; laboratory webpage design and maintenance.
I am involved in collaborations with research groups within and outside of the university and the U.S.
Awards and Honors
|Outreach Volunteer of the Year Award, American Chemical Society Wisconsin Local Section||2015|
|Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research||2013|
|Academic Staff Excellence Early Career Award, College of Letters and Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison||2009|
|MS-Derived Isotopic Fine Structure Reveals Forazoline A as a Thioketone-Containing Marine-Derived Natural Product. Organic Letters. 2020;22:1275-1279..|
|Crystallographic Facet Dependence of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on CoPS: Theory and Experiments. ACS Catalysis. 2018;8:1143-1152..|
|Divergent 2-Chloroquinazolin-4(3H)-one Rearrangement: Twisted-Cyclic Guanidine Formation or Ring-Fused N-Acylguanidines via a Domino Process. Chemistry-A European Journal. 2020;..|
|Efficient electrochemical synthesis of robust, densely functionalized water soluble quinones. Chemical Communications. 2020;56:1199-1202..|
|Catalytic Behavior of Mono-N-Protected Amino-Acid Ligands in Ligand-Accelerated C-H Activation by Palladium(II). Angewandte Chemie-International Edition. 2020;59:10873-10877..|