B.S. Chemistry, Hope College, 2016
My research focuses on using block and bottlebrush copolymers to solubilize poorly water soluble small molecule pharmaceutics for applications in oral drug delivery.
PublicationsOhnsorg, M. L.; Ting, J. M.; Jones, S. D.; Jung, S.; Bates, F. S.; Reineke, T. M.; "Tuning PNIPAm self-assembly and thermoresponse: roles of hydrophobic end-groups and hydrophilic comonomer" Polym. Chem. 2019, 10, 3469-3479.
Bowser, B. H.; Brower, L. J.; Ohnsorg, M. L.; Gentry, L. K.; Beaudoin, C. K.; Anderson, M. E. "Comparison of Surface-Bound and Free Standing Variations of HKUST-1 MOFs: Effect of Activation and Ammonia Exposure on Morphology, Crystallinity, and Composition" Nanomaterials 2018, 8, 650-668.
Ohnsorg, M. L.; Beaudoin, C. K.; Anderson, M. E. "Fundamentals of MOF Thin Film Growth via Liquid-Phase Epitaxy: Investigating the Initiation of Deposition and Influence of Temperature" Langmuir, 2015, 31 (22), 6114-6121.
Benson, A. S.; Elinski, M. B.; Ohnsorg, M. L.; Beaudoin, C. K.; Alexander, K. A.; Peaslee, G. F.; DeYoung, P. A.; Anderson, M. E. "Metal-organic coordinated multilayer film formation: Quantitative analysis of composition and structure" Thin Solid Films, 2015, 590, 103-110.
Where are you from?
What is your favorite type of electromagnetic radiation and why?
Microwaves, because I would starve without them.
If you could be any animal in the wild, what would you be and why?
A chameleon because I could look in two directions at once, change colors (blue, green, red, etc.) by controlling the spacing of nano-crystals in my skin cells, and hang out all day.