S.M., University of Chicago, 2014
B.S., UT Austin, 2010
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Chicago, IL 60637 USA
P.D. Dahlberg,* P.-C. Ting,* S.C. Massey, E.C. Martin, C.N. Hunter, and G.S. Engel, "Electronic Structure And Dynamics Of Higher-Lying Excited States In Light Harvesting Complex 1 From Rhodobacter sphaeroides", J. Phys. Chem. A, 120 4124–4130 2016.
Congratulations to Sara Massey, Po-Chieh Ting, Shu-Hao Yeh, Pete Dahlberg, Sara Sohail, Marco Allodi, and our collaborators in the Kais group and Hunter Group on having their paper entitled, "Orientational Dynamics of Transition Dipoles and Exciton Relaxation in LH2 from Ultrafast Two-Dimensional Anisotropy", published online in JPCL.
Sara Massey was named the inaugural Benjamin Ball Freud Teaching Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. Sara will teach the Chemistry 101-102 sequence, an intensive, two-quarter general chemistry sequence with a rigorous active learning curriculum.
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.
Congratulations to Pete Dahlberg, Po-Chieh Ting, Sara Massey, Marco Allodi and our collaborators in the Hunter Group on having their manuscript entitled, "Mapping the ultrafast flow of harvested solar energy in living photosynthetic cells" published in Nature Communications.
Congratulations to Sara Sohail, Pete Dahlberg, Marco Allodi, Sara Massey, Po-Chieh Ting and our collaborators in the Hunter Group on having their paper entitled, "Broad Manifold of Excitonic States in Light-Harvesting Complex 1 Promotes Efficient Unidirectional Energy Transfer in vivo", accepted to JCP as a Communication.
Congratulations to Pete Dahlberg, Po-Chieh Ting, Sara Massey and co-authors on having their paper entitled "Electronic Structure And Dynamics Of Higher-Lying Excited States In Light Harvesting Complex 1 From Rhodobacter sphaeroides" accepted to Journal of Physical Chemistry A.
Congratulations to Moira Flanagan, Phil Long, Pete Dahlberg, Brian Rolczynski, Sara Massey, and co-authors on having her paper entitled, "Mutations to R. sphaeroides Reaction Center Perturb Energy Levels and Vibronic Coupling but Not Observed Energy Transfer Rates" accepted to the Journal of Physical Chemistry!