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Dr. Gerard Rowe
Chair, Department of Chemistry and Physics

Contact Information

SBDG 307
Inorganic Chemistry

Additional Information

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Courses Taught

General Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry


B.S.: Chemistry, State University of New York-Stony Brook (2002)

Ph.D.: Boston University (2008)

Post-Doc/Professional Experience: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Brandeis University (2008-2010)

Research Interests

Synthesis of Bioinorganic Model Compounds, Kinetic Studies and Mechanistic Determination, Biomimetic Catalysis, Computational Chemistry

Research Experiences

Dr. Gerard Rowe synthesizes novel inorganic complexes which have been modeled after the active sites of enzymes. These complexes will then serve as stable catalysts in important processes such as those that might be used in fuel cell technology.