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Dr. Allison's research interests include studies of nanoparticles, electrochemistry, solvation thermodynamics, and development of semiempirical quantum chemistry methods. Current projects include studies of the Fukui function applied to transition metal nanoparticles, the aqueous solvation thermodynamics of ATP and related biomolecules, and the development of convenient methods for parameterizing tight binding models.
Chemical Sciences Div.
1998-Present: Research Chemist, NIST
Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Minnesota, 1997
B.A., Chemistry, Transylvania University, 1992