Carleton College:
Chemistry Department

Marion E. Cass

Education and Research Experience:

May 2004 August 2005: Visiting Professor (while on Leave from Carleton) Department of Chemistry, Imperial College , London UK, With Professor Henry Rzepa learning calculation techniques in molecular orbital theory and developing visual images to aid in the teaching of molecular symmetry.

October 23, 2003 March 18, 2004: Visiting Associate Professor (while on Leave from Carleton) The University of New South Wales , Sydney Australia With Professor Gary Willett learning techniques in Electrospray Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry

1994 -1996: Visiting Research Associate, Photoelectrochemsitry, California Institute of Technology carrying out research with Professor Nate Lewis and Dr. Stephen Doig on the fundamental study of the photochemistry of dye-sensitized solar cells.

Participant in the Caltech Animation Project for "Visualization of the Chemical World",

1984 - 1987: American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellow, Bioinorganic Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley within the research group of Professor Kenneth N. Raymond examining Fe(III) transport in E. coli, and inhibition of the Fe(III) transport by Fe(III), Ti(III) and Rh(III) complexes of natural substrate analogues.

1984: Ph. D. in Chemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

Dissertation Title: "Ligand Activity in the Reduction of Substrate Molecules by Vanadium and Molybdenum Complexes of the 1,2-Benzoquinones", Dissertation Research under the guidance of Professor C. G. Pierpont.

1979: Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, Fort Lewis College, Durango Colorado, 81301



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