Kari Stone is an associate professor of chemistry at Lewis University where she teaches biochemistry courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She received her Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University in 2008 under the direction of Michael T. Green in the field of bioinorganic chemistry. After receiving her Ph.D., she transitioned into synthetic inorganic chemistry at the University of California-Irvine as a postdoctoral associate with Andrew S. Borovik. Kari has been teaching in higher education since 2009 maintaining an active research program with undergraduate and graduate students. Her research interests involve greener alternatives to synthetic processes where she focuses particularly on biocatalysis. You can find information on her research interests here: www.stonelaboratory.com. Dr. Stone is also a member of the leadership council of IONiC VIPEr (https://www.ionicviper.org), a 1500 member community of practice aimed at providing resources and community to faculty that teach inorganic or associated fields.
Dr. Kari StoneLewis University