Photos by Kei Fuchigami

Welcome to the Mirica Lab Group Website!
 

Our research program uses inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, and biological chemistry to address important metal-mediated processes with energy, biological, and medical relevance. 
An interdisciplinary, problem-based approach will be employed for the synthesis and characterization of new organic and inorganic compounds, with the ultimate goal to address unsolved problems with broad implications to our society. 
Three main research areas will be pursued that are expected to attract students and postdocs with different research interests and to provide them with a broad knowledge base applicable in most chemistry careers.
 


GROUP MEETINGS - WEDNESDAYS 4:00PM, LOUDERMAN 561

Location: McMillen Labs 504/506/508 
Phone: (314) 935-4991

News:

August 2017: Welcome new undergrad: Michael! 
August 2017: Dr. Sharma and Dr. Schultz's paper was published in JACS.
August 2017: Kei's paper was published in Inorganic Chemistry.
May 2017: Welcome new undergrads: Veronica and Alice!
May 2017: Congratulations to Dr. Watson, Dr. Wessel, and Dr. Ruhs for a successful defense!  
March 2017: Dr. Mirica received the BK21–KAIST Lectureship Award.
January 2017: Dr. Mirica received the St. Louis Academy of Sciences Innovation Award
January 2017: Dr. Cascella's paper was published in Chem Comm
December 2016: Michael's paper was published in JACS
September 2016: Dr. Schultz's and Kei's paper was published in JACS
June 2016: Dr. Zhou, Michael, and Shuai's paper was published in Dalton Trans.
June 2016: Dr. Mirica received the 2016 St. Louis Award  from the local ACS Section

May 2016: Emily received Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships. 
May 2016: Dr. Zhou, Shuai and Dr. Schultz's paper was published in JACS
May 2016: Dr. Zhou's paper was published in Dalton Trans
April 2016: Dr. Zhou and Dr. Schultz's paper was published in JACS

December 2015: Congratulations to Dr. Schultz for a successful defense!