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Elizabeth Papish

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor
  • Drexel University
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Research interests

Organometallic Chemistry Bioinorganic Chemistry

About

I consider myself to be a chemistry educator and researcher, and I educate students in chemistry both through being a part of my research group and through my classes and outreach activities. I run a research group of postdoctoral fellows and graduate and undergraduate students. Additionally I teach inorganic, organic and general chemistry. I have always had a strong interest in both research and education. My love of science brought me to Cornell and Columbia to study chemistry. Then a love of teaching led me to focus on teaching undergraduates for a while, first at F&M, and then at Salisbury U. It was at Salisbury that I realized that I really enjoyed running a research group. I moved to Drexel in 2007. My research has focused on bioinorganic and organometallic chemistry. We are interested in exploring how hydrogen bonding groups impact catalysis, due to both potential applications and pure science reasons (functional models help us better understand how enzymes work). Our group mission also includes application of these concepts to problems that relate to sustainability and greener chemistry. While we primarily approach problems from an inorganic perspective, we are also very interested in organic synthesis of new (often water-soluble) ligands. I live in Philadelphia with my husband (David Riley), who is a meteorologist, and daughter Genevieve who is an energetic toddler.

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Crowded bis ligand complexes of Ttz(Ph,Me) with first row transition metals rearrange due to ligand field effects: structural and electronic characterization (Ttz(Ph,Me) = tris(3-phenyl-5-methyl-1,2,4-triazolyl)borate).

  • Oseback S
  • Shim S
  • Kumar M
  • Greer S
  • Gardner S
  • Lemar K
  • Degregory P
  • Papish E
  • Tierney D
  • Zeller M
  • Yap G
Dalton transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003) (2012)
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Crowded bis ligand complexes of TtzPh, Me with first row transition metals rearrange due to ligand field effects: structural and electronic characterization (TtzPh, Me= tris (3-phenyl-5-methyl-1, 2, 4-triazolyl) borate)

  • Oseback S
  • Shim S
  • Kumar M
  • Greer S
  • Gardner S
  • Lemar K
  • DeGregory P
  • Papish E
  • Tierney D
  • Zeller M
  • Yap G
Dalton Trans. (2012)
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Hydrotris(triazolyl)borate Complexes as Functional Models for Cu Nitrite Reductase: The Electronic Influence of Distal Nitrogens.

  • Kumar M
  • Dixon N
  • Merkle A
  • Zeller M
  • Lehnert N
  • Papish E
Inorganic chemistry (2012)
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Transfer Hydrogenation in Water via a Ruthenium Catalyst with OH Groups near the Metal Center on a bipy Scaffold

  • Nieto I
  • Livings M
  • Sacci J
  • Reuther L
  • Zeller M
  • Papish E
Organometallics (2011)
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Synthesis of zinc, copper, nickel, cobalt, and iron complexes using tris(pyrazolyl)methane sulfonate ligands: a structural model for N,N,O binding in metalloenzymes

  • Papish E
  • Taylor M
  • Jernigan 3rd F
  • Rodig M
  • Shawhan R
  • Yap G
  • Jove F
Inorganic Chemistry (2006)
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Professional experience

Associate Professor

Drexel University

September 2007 - Present

Assistant Professor

Salisbury University

July 2003 - August 2007 (4 years)

Visiting Asst. Prof.

Franklin and Marshall College

September 2002 - May 2003 (8 months)

Education history

Columbia University in the City of New York Official Bookstore

PhD

September 1997 - October 2002 (5 years)

Dept of Chem. Cornell University Ithaca NY

BA in Chem.

August 1993 - May 1997 (4 years)