Brian Rolczynski Postdoctoral Scholar

Brian Rolczynski

Brian Rolczynski
Postdoctoral Scholar at The University of Chicago

Ph.D., Chemistry, Northwestern, 2012
B.S. Chemistry, Washington, 2007
B.A. English, Washington, 2007

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Chicago, IL 60637 USA

B.S. Rolczynski, H. Zheng, V.P. Singh, P. Navotnaya, A.R. Ginzburg, J.R. Caram, K. Ashraf, A.T. Gardiner, S.-H. Yeh, S. Kais, R.J. Cogdell, and G.S. Engel, "Correlated Protein Environments Drive Quantum Coherence Lifetimes in Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes Chem 4, 138–149 2018.

***Highlighted with a preview written by Dr. Margherita Maiuri and Prof. Greg Scholes.***

Brian RolczynskiHaibin ZhengVed SinghPolina NavotnayaRuvim GinzburgJustin CaramShu-Hao Yeh

Paper Published   1/11/2018

Congratulations to Brian Rolczynski, Haibin Zheng, Ved Singh, Polina Navotnaya, Ruvim Ginzburg, Justin Caram, and Shu-Hao Yeh as well as our collaborators in the Kais and Cogdell Groups on having their paper published to Chem. Thanks to Margherita Maiuri and Greg Scholes for writing a nice Preview piece highlighting this work.

Marco AllodiJohn OttoSara SohailRyan WoodBrian RolczynskiSara MasseyPo-Chieh Ting

Paper Published   12/13/2017

Congratulations to Marco Allodi, John Otto, Sara Sohail, Ryan Wood, Brian Rolczynski, Sara Massey, and Po-Chieh Ting as well as our collaborators in the Blankenship Group on having their paper entitled, "Redox Conditions Affect Ultrafast Exciton Transport in Photosynthetic Pigment-Protein Complexes", published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.

Brian RolczynskiHaibin ZhengSara Massey

Congratulations   5/9/2017

Congratulations to Brian Rolczynski, Haibin Zheng, and Sara Massey on the upcoming births of our next generation of chemists.

Brian RolczynskiPolina NavotnayaHallie Sussman

Paper Published   7/20/2016

Congratulations to Brian Rolczynski, Polina Navotnaya, and Hallie Sussman on their commentary piece entitled, "Cysteine-mediated mechanism disrupts energy transfer to prevent photooxidation", which published today in PNAS.