Welcome to the Goldberg Research Group!

The Goldberg Group is interested in the fundamental reactivity properties of enzymatic oxidation catalysts. Our research is guided by a desire to understand the key structural and functional features of both heme and nonheme enzymes that utilize dioxygen for a wide variety of oxidation reactions. With this goal in mind, our approach is to incorporate these features into synthetic complexes that model enzyme active sites and to examine analogous reactivity at a mechanistic level.

       Group News       


Congrats to Alex for receiving the Harry and Cleio Greer Fellowship!


Welcome our newest undergrad, Meagan Peoples!


We’re pleased to welcome our three newest Goldberg graduate students, Vishal, Geoff, and Aniruddha!


Congratulations to Dr. Gina Baglia on successfully defending her thesis!!


Our former post-doc Evan is off to join the faculty at Sewanee: The University of the South! We’ll miss you and wish you the best of luck!


Sumit is heading to Texas A&M for a post-doc the Gabbai Group! You will be missed, and we wish you the best of luck!


Gina won our annual Goldberg Group March Madness Bracket. The rest of us aren’t bitter.


Heather’s Inorganic Chemistry paper on photocatalytic substrate oxygenation by a manganese(III) corrolazine just got published! Good job, Heather!


Congratulations to Heather on winning the 2016 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry Young Investigator Award!


Congratulations to Dr. Sumit Sahu for defending his thesis!


Alison and Alex’s paper on the photoinitiated dioxygen reactivity of a thiolate-ligated {FeNO}7 complex was published!


Gina was awarded the Division of Inorganic Chemistry Student Travel Award. Have fun in San Diego!


Welcome our new graduate students, Jesse and Jireh, to the Goldberg Group!


Alex completed his Oral Exams! Congrats on officially being a PhD Candidate!


Goldberg Group won the Annual JHU Department of Chemistry Halloween Door Decorating Contest!

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