Kyle M. Lancaster

Associate Professor

Summary

The Lancaster Group employs synthesis, biochemistry, and a broad range of spectroscopic methods––with an emphasis on synchrotron-based core spectroscopies––to explore reactivity mediated by transition metal complexes and metalloenzymes. The group currently focuses on transformations pertinent to the biogeochemical nitrogen cycle and to C–H functionalization.

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Selected Awards/Honors

2020 National Fresenius Award – Phi Lambda Upsilon/American Chemical Society
2018 Kavli Fellow – National Academy of Sciences
2018 Dreyfus Foundation Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry Mentor
2018 Paul Saltman Award – Gordon Research Conferences, Metals in Biology
2017 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship
2015 National Science Foundation CAREER Award
2015 Department of Energy Office of Science Early Career Award
2013 Forbes 30 Under 30: Science and Health
2005 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Publications

Bioinorganic Chemistry of the Nitrogen Cycle

Transition Metal Electronic Structure/X-ray Spectroscopy

 

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