The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has appointed CSP Investigator Theresa Reineke as editor in chief of Bioconjugate Chemistry.
“Bioconjugate Chemistry is the premier journal of transformative research at the chemistry-biology interface,” Reineke says. “I am honored and excited to play a lead role in shaping the future of this outstanding journal.”
Reineke has held several roles across the ACS journal portfolio, most notably as a founding associate editor with ACS Macro Letters, where she was on the editorial team for 10 years. Additional editorial advisory boards she has served on include Bioconjugate Chemistry, Biomacromolecules and ACS Applied Polymer Materials. She is also an active member of several ACS technical divisions.
Reineke’s research interests include studying fundamental monomer and polymer synthesis and degradation, exploring structural ordering and directing molecular interactions of macromolecules with biological systems, and understanding fundamental physicochemical and biological properties of macromolecular materials. The Reineke research group focuses on enabling fundamental chemistry and applied technology advancements of macromolecules for drug delivery, imaging, gene and cell therapy, genome editing and sustainability. Her group is working on several projects in drug/nucleic acid delivery and sustainability.
Congratulations Investigator Reineke!