(Supra)molecular Inorganic Materials

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Dr. Anthony Cozzolino (curriculum vitae)

Dr. Cozzolino hails from Ontario Canada where he completed his graduate work at McMaster University under the supervision of Prof. Ignacio Vargas-Baca.  There he designed new supramolecular materials that self-assemble through tellurium-nitrogen interactions.  Following this, he worked as an NSERC postdoctoral fellow at MIT with Prof. Christopher Cummins where he learned how to make and characterize some extremely reactive paramagnetic coordination complexes.  He then joined Prof. Mircea Dinca’s group at MIT as a postdoctoral associate in order to help take metal-organic frameworks in some unique directions.

Dr. Cozzolino accepted a position as an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University in 2013 and is pursuing new molecular and supramolecular materials.

Current Group Members

Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

Miranda Crawford

Jinchun Qiu

Patrick Larson

Shiva Moaven

Babak Tahmouresilerd

Michael Moody

Henry Trubenstein

Vivian Woh

Vitor Fernandes

Angela Lee

Postdoctoral Scholars

High School Students

Past Group Members

Graduate Research

Jinchun Qiu (MSc)

Postdoctoral Research

Dr. Ping Peng

Dr. Amit Rajput

High School Students

David Shu

Arpan Patel

Jingze(Erik) Yu

Maythe Vega

Sidharth Srinivasan

Undergraduate Research

Amanda Martins

Nethanji Kumarapathiranalage

Jason Yasin

Jonathan Burgess

Jaclyn Merlo

Joseph Cheney

Jason Yasin

Brandon Watson

Louis Agogo

Garrett Toyofuku

Cozzolino Group 2016