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Our group uses the tools of polymer chemistry to address real-world challenges. For example, we are interested in designing functional materials that inhibit viruses, capture toxins, respond to radiation, or bind to metals. Studying these materials reveals the interplay among the (co)monomer identity, the polymer architecture, and the designed functionality, ultimately leading to materials that can play an important role in biology, medicine, and the environment.