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Jeff Zaleski

Office of the Vice Provost for Research; Department of Chemistry

Expert Bio

Jeff Zaleski joined the faculty at Indiana University in 1996 and is currently associate vice provost for research in the sciences at IU Bloomington. Zaleski received his B.S. degree from SUNY at Geneseo in 1988 followed by his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1993. He was awarded the Jane Coffin Childs Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University, where he studied Physical-Biorganic chemistry under the direction of professor Edward I. Solomon.

Areas of Expertise

His research interests are in the fields of metals in medicine, bioinorganic chemistry, synthetic chemistry and materials. Can also comment on research in the sciences at IU Bloomington, trends in conducting scientific research at universities, research equipment and funding for the sciences at IU Bloomington.

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