February Journal Club – Virtual Event
Interested in Inorganic Chemistry or want a challenge? Join ACS students on Tuesday, February 23rd at 1:00pm EST for Journal Club! As a part of our quarterly Journal Club series, ACS Education & ACS on Campus are proud to host Brandi Cossairt, an Associate Editor of the journal Inorganic Chemistry. The social will begin with the editor presenting about the article, before going to smaller breakout rooms to discuss the article. The editor will stop by each room to answer your questions.
The article chosen by the editor is: Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution from Plastoquinol Analogues as a Potential Functional Model of Photosystem, I by Young Hyun Hong, Yong-Min Lee, Wonwoo Nam, and Shunichi Fukuzumi. Before February 23, read the article and come prepared to discuss!
Brandi M. Cossairt, Ph.D
Associate Editor, Inorganic Chemistry
Professor, University of Washington
Brandi Cossairt received her B. S. in Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology in 2006. Brandi went on to pursue graduate studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under the guidance of Professor Christopher C. Cummins and was awarded her Ph.D. in 2010. She then continued her academic career as an NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University between 2010 and 2012 working with Professor Jonathan Owen. Brandi joined the Department of Chemistry at the University of Washington as an Assistant Professor in 2012 and was promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure in 2018. Her research group examines the nucleation, growth, surface chemistry, and reactivity of nanoscale materials to enable next-generation technologies in the diverse areas of displays, lighting, catalysis, quantum information, and hybrid matter. She has received a number of awards for her research including a Sloan Research Fellowship, a Packard Fellowship, an NSF CAREER Award, a Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, and the National Fresenius Award from the American Chemical Society. Outside of the lab Brandi is an Associate Editor at the ACS journal Inorganic Chemistry and is the co-founder of the Chemistry Women Mentorship Network (ChemWMN).