About the Group
The Rosenzweig group is focused on understanding metalloprotein function on the molecular level. We use X-ray crystallographic, spectroscopic, biochemical, and molecular biological approaches to attack problems at the forefront of bioinorganic chemistry. Projects in the laboratory are divided into two areas, metalloenzymes and metal trafficking proteins, with an increasing focus on integral membrane proteins. Specific areas of interest include biological methane oxidation and nitrification, metal uptake and transport, and oxygen activation by metalloenzymes.
Eliza's article on a nickel- and iron-transporting P1B-type ATPase is published in Metallomics. Read the article.
Eliza has left us to take up a postdoctoral research position at Argonne National Laboratory. Good luck!
Laura Dassama joined the group as a postdoctoral fellow. Laura comes from the joint lab of Profs. Carsten Krebs and J. Martin Bollinger Jr. at Penn. State.
Laura and Amie's article on class 1c ribonucleotide reductases is published in Biochemistry. Read the article.
Amie has left us to become an Assistant Professor at Penn State. Congratulations and good luck!
Tom's article on a nitrite reductase involved in nitrifier denitrification is published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Read the article.
Tom successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations!
Eliza successfully defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations!
Amy is invested as the Weinberg Family Distinguished Professor of Life Sciences.
Amy's News and Views article on soluble methane monooxygenase is published in Nature Chemical Biology. Read the article.
Grace's paper on detection of new methanobactins in genomes is published in BMC Biology. Read the article.
Tom Lawton was elected Chair of the 2015 Bioinorganic Chemistry Graduate Research Seminar.
Rosenzweig lab alums Raquel Lieberman (Georgia Tech), Matt Sazinsky (Pomona College), and Liliya Yatsunyk(Swarthmore College) were all promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. Congratulations!
Ingrid Span joined the group as a postdoctoral fellow. Ingrid comes from Prof. Dr. Michael Groll's group at the Technische Universität München.
Eliza's paper on a cobalt-specific P1B-type ATPase is published in Biochemistry. Read the article.
Amie's perspective on nitrogenase carbide insertion is published in Science. Read the perspective.
Aaron Smith joined the group as a postdoctoral fellow. Aaron comes from Prof. Judith Burstyn's group at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Megen's review on pMMO is published online in Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Read the article.
Megen’s communication on pMMO is published in J. Am. Chem. Soc. Read the article.
Amie’s paper on class Ib ribonucleotide reductase is published in Biochemistry. Read the article.
Amie’s communication on ribonucleotide reductase is published in J. Am. Chem. Soc. Read the article.
Amy was named the Weinberg Family Distinguished Professor of Life Sciences. This new chair was established by the Weinberg family to recognize an outstanding scholar in the life sciences.
Grace’s review on methanobactin is published in ACS Chemical Biology. Read the article.