Interview with Erin Stache

This Young Career Focus presents Erin Stache (Cornell University, USA).

Erin Stache received her B.S. in chemistry in 2008 from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (USA) and her M.S. in chemistry in 2011 from Colorado State University (USA). After working in industry for several years, she received her Ph.D. in chemistry in 2018 from Colorado State University. Erin began her postdoctoral studies at Cornell University (USA) as a Cornell Presidential Postdoctoral Fellow. Following this appointment, Erin started her independent research career at Cornell University as an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Her research focuses on sustainable polymer chemistry, including developing new polymerization methods for biodegradable polymers and identifying novel depolymerization strategies. Erin received the President’s Council of Cornell Women 2020–2021 Affinito-Stewart Grant and the Thieme Chemistry Journals Award in 2021.

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