Julia M. Stauber

     Julia is a graduate student in the Cummins group. She is currently
     working on developing mono and bimetallic systems supported by
     a hexacarboxamide cryptand, and the ability of these complexes to
     activate small molecules. Specifically, she is investigating the binding
     of reduced oxygen to monometallic and hetero-bimetallic cryptates of
     the first-row transition metals. Julia joined the Cummins group after
     receiving a B.S. from the University of California, San Diego. At UCSD,
     she worked in the lab of Professor Joshua Figueroa studying systems
     supported by terphenyl isocyanide frameworks relevant to small-molecule
     activation. Julia is originally from California, and grew up in San Francisco.

     jstauber [at] mit.edu