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Bioinorganic and Organometallic Chemistry at Drexel University




Dr. Papish regularly speaks about research at local seminars, and encourages students of all sorts to go into science.

Feel free to invite her for a seminar if you are near Drexel.

Travel to Undergraduate Colleges is considered part of recruiting.


We are looking for a post doc for a two year position, please email Liz Papish if interested, send a CV and a brief statement of why you are interested, to ep322 at drexel dot edu. 

More info here

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•  Perspective Undergraduates - why do research?


• Research Positions Available for grads/ undergrads:   see Dr. Papish



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Graphical abstract: Crowded bis ligand complexes of TtzPh,Me with first row transition metals rearrange due to ligand field effects: structural and electronic characterization (TtzPh,Me = tris(3-phenyl-5-methyl-1,2,4-triazolyl)borate)

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If you are interested in working in the Papish group (at the high school, UG, grad or postdoc level with external support)  please email ep322@drexel.edu


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Top Left: View from the Lab Windows at Night                                                                        

Bottom Left: Chestnut St., across from my office and lab, looking at center city Philly   

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