Dylan Domaille

Dylan received his PhD in chemistry in the chemical biology program from the University of California, Berkeley, where he worked with Chris Chang to develop small-molecule fluorescent sensors for tracking intracellular metal ions in living cells. He continued his studies with Jen Cha as a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Chemical Engineering at CU Boulder, where he expanded his research to include M13 bacteriophage-based biosensors, stress-relaxing hydrogel 3D cell matrices, and biocompatible chemical processes. As an assistant research professor in the Soft Materials Research Center at CU, he worked with clickable nucleic acids (CNAs) — polymers that can be produced on scale yet retain the programmable characteristics of DNA. Dylan joined the faculty in the Department of Chemistry at the Colorado School of Mines as an assistant professor in the fall of 2017.

Gun Su Han

Gun Su was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. He moved to Colorado in 2006 and received a BA from CU Boulder in 2014. As an undergraduate research assistant, he studied dynamic covalent chemistry. He finished his first year of graduate school at CU Boulder and transferred to the Colorado School of Mines in summer 2018, where he pursues a PhD in applied chemistry. His current research interests involve the synthesis of a novel drug-delivery material, chemical design of ROS-reactive materials, and dynamic covalent chemistry. His enjoys traveling, brewing coffee, taking pictures, and cooking.

Jack Haggett

Jack was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. He received his bachelor's degrees in music and chemistry from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. While at Carthage, Jack studied surfactants for the facilitation of aqueous organic synthesis. Jack started at Mines in the fall of 2018, where he is pursuing a PhD in applied chemistry. His research interests involve the synthesis of ROS-specific fluorogenic compounds. In his free time, Jack enjoys playing the cello, singing, and taking care of his aquariums.

Kelsey Stewart

Kelsey was born and raised in Morden, Manitoba, Canada. She received a BA from Minot State University with a major in Chemistry in 2017. While at Minot State, she conducted undergraduate research in the field of cancer biology. She is currently pursuing a PhD in applied chemistry. Her research interests involve the use of biocompatible chemistry for applications in biomass conversion. When she's not in the lab, she enjoys cooking, painting, and snowboarding.


Gabe Adriano

Gabe was born in San Diego, CA, and grew up in six different places, both in the United States and abroad. Gabe started at Mines in 2016, majoring in chemical engineering and minoring in data science. Gabe is part of the Maker Society here at Mines and enjoys hiking, skiing, and photography when away from campus.


Emily Hicks, B.S. Chemical Engineering ’18
Angela Moser, B.S. Chemical Engineering and Chemistry ’18
Casey Harmon, B.S. Applied Chemistry ’19
Catherine Chorney, B.S. Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, ’20

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