Cornell University, New York - 2016
University of Rochester, New York - 2010
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2015-2019
Baylor University - 2019-present
Established in 2019, we are a synthetic inorganic and organometallic chemistry research group at Baylor University. Broadly speaking, our research occupies the intersection of inorganic synthesis, electrochemistry, and catalysis. Major research areas include small molecule activation using first-row transition metal complexes, metal-ligand cooperative electrocatalysis, and the synthesis of ligands with novel donor properties
Members of our research group will gain an expertise in conducting rigorously air- and water-free inorganic reactions using both Schlenk and glove box techniques. Essential characterization methods will include multinuclear NMR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, electrochemical methods, mass spectrometry, and EPR spectroscopy (where applicable).
Please contact Prof. Lindley if you are interested in joining the research team!