Nick Kreofsky

Doctoral Student

kreof007@umn.edu

Education

B.S. Chemistry, Creighton University, 2019

Research Area

My research focuses on the development of novel quinine polymer systems for the efficient delivery of genetic payloads into cells.

Publications

N. W. Kreofsky, M. D. Dillenburg, E. M. Villa, J. T. Fletcher "Ru(II) coordination compounds of N-N bidentate chelators with 1,2,3 triazole and isoquinoline subunits: Synthesis, spectroscopy and antimicrobial properties" Polyhedron, 2020, 177, 114259.

About Me:

Where are you from?

Eagan, Minnesota

If you were stranded on a desert island with one working instrument from lab, what would it be and why?

I would want an AA spectrometer. I would be hopeless at building a fire so why not bring a superheated flame with me.

If you had to eat one type of food for every meal, what would it be?

New Mexican cuisine, hands down! Contrary to popular belief it is very different from Mexican food.