Professor Carol Shreiner was recently published in Chemical Reviews, a publication of the American Chemical Society. Shriener worked on the review article, “Dendrimers Derived from 1 f 3 Branching Motifs,” with Leeanne Taylor ’09. Leeanne is in her 2nd year of a PhD program in chemistry at the University of Cincinnati. The article was published in collaboration with Dr. George R. Newkome at The University of Akron.
Shreiner received her B.S. in chemistry in 1999 from the University of Pittsburgh. She received her Ph.D. in chemistry in 2004 from The University of Akron working in the laboratory of Professor David A. Modarelli focusing on electron acceptor-containing ruthenium and osmium bisterpyridine complexes as photosynthetic reaction center mimics. She then joined Professor George R. Newkome’s research group as a postdoctoral fellow focusing on sterically hindered, shape-persistent terpyridine complexes.
In 2007, she joined the faculty at Hiram College where she is currently an Assistant Professor in the chemistry department.
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