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Rose Receives Ed Stiefel Young Investigator Award

Assistant Professor Michael Rosemikerose is the recipient of the Ed Stiefel Young Investigator Award and corresponding named lecture presented at the Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference (MIB-GRC). The MIB-GRC is the pre-eminent arena for high-profile research in bio-inorganic chemistry. The award honors the memory of Dr. Ed Stiefel, co-founder of the Inaugural Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Bioinorganic Chemistry.

During the conference, Rose presented "Functional Models of Mono-[Fe] Hydrogenase Using an Anthracene-Based Ligand Scaffold." More information about his synthetic modeling work can be read in his Nature Chemistry paper published on January 23, 2017.

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