Stauber, Julia
Inorganic synthesis, organometallic synthesis, bioinorganic chemistry

Contact Information
Assistant Professor

Office: Off Campus 1202
2017 PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2011 B.S., University of California, San Diego
2017-2020 Postdoctoral Associate, University of California, Los Angeles
Awards and Academic Honors
UCLA Postdoctoral Research Award
Division of Inorganic Chemistry Young Investigator Award
Research Interests
Our research program is focused on a bioinspired approach to fundamental inorganic and organometallic chemistry that is motivated by addressing current challenges in chemistry and chemical biology. Effort will be dedicated to understanding and uncovering new design principles, structural properties, electronic profiles and reactivity patterns of transition metal, main group, and supramolecular systems and exploring their function and utility in biologically-relevant applications. Synthetic inorganic chemistry will guide the development of new well-defined molecular systems designed to interact with complex biological targets by engaging in important protein-protein and protein-saccharide recognition processes. Other research efforts are dedicated to building new bioinspired synthetic platforms by merging organic, inorganic, and biological architectures that have the potential to lead to the isolation and stabilization of interesting and new highly reactive species as well as the discovery of new biomimetic catalysts.
Primary Research Area
Inorganic Chemistry
Interdisciplinary interests
Macromolecular Structure

Selected Publications