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Meghan Hamilton

Meghan HamiltonI received my Bachelor of Science in chemistry with minors in physics and psychology from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN in 2015. During my undergraduate years, I was honored to be able to conduct inorganic chemistry research with Dr. Marites Guino-o, focusing on the development of a series of triazolylidene catalysts for the dehydrogenation of ammonia-borane. This experience helped develop my passion for renewable energy research within the field of inorganic chemistry. After graduation, I came to the University of Arizona to work for Dr. Dennis Lichtenberger to continue pursuing research in this area. I currently work on designing, developing, and characterizing different small molecule dimetal catalysts for the electrochemical generation of hydrogen gas. When not working on my research I enjoy listening to music, baking, and spending time with my husband.