Seth Wiley

Seth Wiley

20232024

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Seth Wiley joined NREL in 2023 to study coordination effects on cofactors in the mechanism of electron bifurcation in Pyrococcus furiosus NADH-dependent ferredoxin-NADP+ oxidoreductase I (NfnSL). Before NREL, Wiley worked at Emory University as a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of R. Brian Dyer studying the chemical and physical framework for how [FeFe] hydrogenases rapidly and reversibly convert protons and electrons into hydrogen under mild conditions. To study these quick hydrogenases, Wiley employed CdSe-based nanocrystalline semiconductors in conjunction with various spectroscopic techniques such as time-resolved infrared spectroscopy, cryogenic infrared spectroscopy, and UV-visible spectroscopy.

Research Interests

Bioinorganic chemistry

Biochemistry

Anaerobic enzymology

Infrared and visible spectroscopy

Electron transfer and bifurcation

Redox chemistry

Transient absorbance

Electrochemistry

Electron paramagnetic resonance

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2023–present)

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, R. Brian Dyer Laboratory, Emory University (2020–2023)

Graduate Student Research Assistant, Stephen W. Ragsdale Laboratory, University of Michigan (2016–2020) 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Biochemistry, University of Kansas

PhD, Chemical Biology, University of Michigan

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