Graduate Student, 2nd year
B.S. in Chemistry, Minor in Physics, Rhodes College (Memphis, TN), 2019
Rebecca is originally from Newark, Delaware. She is a computational chemist exploring electrochemically active compounds using DFT modeling. Her work in the Bocarsly group focuses on determining the electroactivity of T-shaped palladium complexes, previously determined to be photoactive and able to produce methane via a radical mechanism.
Rebecca enjoys going to the beach, hanging out with her dog, cooking, and watching TikToks!