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.

August 2020
New publication
Congratulations to Kelsey for her article in ChemBioChem highlighting ways to use abiotic catalysis to influence living cells!
July 2020
Research highlight
Kelsey’s work was highlighted by Advances in Engineering. Check out the blurb here!
April 2020
Presentation award
Congratulations to Gun for taking first place in the Computational Biology presentation at GRADS!
February 2020
New publication
Congratulations to Kelsey and Emily for their publication on redirecting metabolic flux with chemical catalysis in ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering!
December 2019
New publication
Congratulations to Gun for his ACS Central Science First Reactions piece on recent work from the Mirkin group!

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