Chemical Biology & Organic Chemistry

The Domaille lab is a chemical biology lab in the Department of Chemistry at the Colorado School of Mines. Using principles from organic chemistry, engineering, and materials science, we develop tools and processes that address critical concerns in the fields of energy and human health and disease. Our research is focused on biocompatible chemistry for biomass conversion, dynamic covalent soft materials to aid in wound healing, and self-immolative probes for tracking proteins involved in oxidative biology.

June 2018
Welcome, Gun Su, Catherine, and Anne!
Gun Su Han joins us as the lab’s second graduate student, Catherine Chorney joins us as an undergraduate researcher, and Anne Clinton joins us for the summer as an REU student from Mt. Holyoke College.
May 2018
Outstanding Analytical Chemistry Student
Congratulations to Angela for winning the departmental award for outstanding analytical chemistry student!
April 2018
Undergraduate Research Fellowship Poster Session
Emily presents her work on biocompatible chemistry at the Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship poster session.
Domaille Lab Receives Children’s Hospital/Mines Collaborative Grant
Thanks to Colorado Children’s Hospital and Mines for funding our collaborative work with Dr. Danielle Soranno to develop patient-monitored systems for early organ transplant rejection!
January 2018
NREL-Mines Bio Workshop
Kelsey presents her poster on biocompatible upgrading of microbial products in single-flask processes at the joint NREL-Mines Bio Workshop.
Welcome, Casey and Gabe!
Casey and Gabe join the lab to work on small-molecule models of stimuli-responsive materials.
November 2017
Welcome, Angela and Emily!
Angela and Emily join the lab, supported by Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowships.
October 2017
ACS Regional Conference in Loveland
Dylan gave a talk on using chemical principles to interface with biological systems at the ACS Regional Conference in Loveland, CO.
September 2017
Welcome, Kelsey!
Kelsey joins as the lab's first graduate student.

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