dianaiovan at berkeley.edu
Diana received her BS in chemistry in 2012 from University of Richmond, where she worked with Prof. Bill Myers looking at the chemistry of a tungsten dearomatization complex. She then moved to Harvard University for her PhD studies with Prof. Ted Betley, exploring the electronic structure and reactivity of iron complexes involved in C-H bond amination. Diana joined the Chang lab in 2017 being interested in the role of transition metals in biology. In her spare time, Diana enjoys reading and spending time with friends.