Department of Chemistry
Matthew Hartings is striving to develop new uses for metals in biological systems. He currently oversees two research projects—the first entails designing metal-based anti-cancer drugs, and the second involves creating artificial photosynthetic proteins transform harmful greenhouse gases into useful chemicals.
For a more detailed description, see the Hartings group website.
DegreesPhD, Chemistry, Northwestern University
BS, Chemistry, Physics, University of Dayton
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