Professor Jeffrey M. Zaleski

Professor Jeffrey M. Zaleski

Professor Zaleski's research primarily focuses on synthesis and the use of various steady state and time-resolved spectroscopic methods including optical absorption, Raman, and circular dichroism to investigate the structure and kinetics of biologically relevant intermediates involved in enzyme and drug-related reaction mechanisms. This information is important for determining the pathways by which multistep biochemical reactions occur.

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