Welcome to the Pecoraro Lab! Our research at the University of Michigan focuses on inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry. We are interested in the development and design of Metallacrowns and Metallopeptides with novel and innovative applications.
Bernadette defended her dissertation!
Congratulations to Dr. Bernadette Schneider on successfully defending her dissertation.
April defended her dissertation!
Congratulation to Dr. Beatriz Lopez Bermudez on successfully defending her dissertation.
Identification of slow magnetic relaxation and magnetocoolant capabilities of heterobimetallic lanthanide-manganese metallacrown-like compounds
Our latest Metallacrown paper on two types of 3d-4f metallacrowns with the potential to be magnetocoolent properties. Read in Polyhedron!
Elvin defended his dissertation!
Congratulation to Dr. Elvin Salerno on successfully defending his dissertation.
Magnetic properties of two GdIIIFeIII4 metallacrowns and strategies for optimizing the magnetocaloric effect of this topology
Our latest Metallacrown paper on two GdIIIFeIIII4 metallacrown scaffolds analyzed for their magnetic properties. Read in Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers!
Enhanced Photoinduced Electron Transfer Through a Tyrosine Relay in a De Novo Designed Protein Scaffold Bearing a Photoredox Unit and a FeIIS4 Site
Our latest Metallopeptide paper on the design of an electron transfer chain incorporated into a de novo protein scaffold capable of photoinduced intramolecular electron transfer between a photoredox unit and a FeIIS4 site.