Elgin, IL, USA
Grinnell College, Chemistry, 2015
Current Research Focus
Enantioselective Organocatalysis and Dynamic Kinetic Resolution
Jennifer joined the Johnson lab in 2015 and works on a variety of projects ranging from enantioselective organocatalysis to dynamic kinetic resolution to total synthesis. She is also a member of the executive board for Allies for Minorities and Women in Science & Engineering (AM_WISE). In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys playing softball and volleyball, hanging out with her cat Inara, or eating at one of the many local restaurants.
Why did you choose UNC Chemistry?
UNC has a broad selection of high-caliber PIs to choose from, a collaborative atmosphere within and between lab groups, and values work life balance.
What are your future plans?
I will be pursuing a career in industry