Anne Jones

PSD -D102
PHYSICAL SCIENCE CENTER
TEMPE
Associate Professor and Associate Director of Academic Affairs
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
1604

Biography

See Group Website Here: https://annejoneslaboratory.weebly.com

 

Anne Katherine Jones is an associate professor in the School of Molecular Sciences at Arizona State University. Her research interests are in bioinorganic chemistry, energy-relevant redox chemistry, and electrochemistry. 

Jones' group uses electrochemical methods to study the mechanisms of biological and bio-inspired redox catalysts relevant to energy production. She is a member of ASU's Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis. Recent ASU collaborators include Vladimiro Mujica (computational studies of inorganic hydrogen production catalysts), Kevin Redding (electrocatalytic production of fuels by Heliobacteria), Robert Ros (biophysical characterization of models for long-range microbial electron transfer), Ryan Trovitch (electrocatalysis of organometallic catalysts), and Don Seo (functional immobilization of biological catalysts on novel conductive materials). Anne is also a member and part of the leadership team of the Center for Biological Electron Transfer & Catalysis, a DOE-funded Energy Frontier Research Center at Montana State University.

She received B.Sc. degrees in chemistry and mathematics from the University of the South. She completed her D. Phil. in inorganic chemistry as a Rhodes Scholar and NSF Graduate Fellow at the University of Oxford, U.K. with Professor Fraser Armstrong, FRS. Prior to moving to ASU in 2007, she completed postdoctoral work at the Humboldt University in Berlin under the direction of Professor Bärbel Friedrich and the University of Pennsylvania with Professor P. Leslie Dutton, FRS.

Education

  • D. Phil. Inorganic Chemistry, University of Oxford, U.K. 2002
  • B.Sc. Chemistry and Mathematics (summa cum laude), University of the South, TN 1998

Research Interests

The goal of my group is to understand how redox enzymes work and to reproduce their activities in synthetic peptide systems. Why redox enzymes? In addition to their biological roles in energy conversion, chemical transformation, signal transduction, and transport, redox enzymes play important industrial roles in sensors, drugs, green energy production, catalysis, bioremediation of pollutants, and nanotechnology. These proteins are at the interface of biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry and engineering. However, despite their ubiquity, their complex structures have obscured most investigations into mechanism and structure/function relationships. My laboratory will explore the roles of biological materials in tuning the chemistry of both naturally occurring and synthetic redox active prosthetic groups.

Questions to be addressed include:

1. What are the catalytic mechanisms of redox enzymes?

2. How redox enzymes can be re-engineered for use in devices such as fuel cells and biosensors?

3. How multiple redox cofactors in oxidoreductase complexes interact to produce desired chemistry and prevent side reactions?

4. How de novo redox enzymes can be designed to interface with electronic and biological components for technological and medical applications?

Techniques employed in my laboratory will include molecular biology, protein purification, enzymology, direct protein electrochemistry, computer simulations, de novo protein design, FTIR spectroscopy, circular dichroism, solid state peptide synthesis, HPLC, and chemical synthesis.

Publications

  • J. G. Chen, R. M. Crooks, L. Seefeldt, K. Bren, M. Darensbourg, P. Holland, B. Hoffman, M. J. Janik, A. K. Jones, M. Kanatzidis, P. King, K. M. Lancaster, S. Lymar, P. Pfromm, W. F. Schneider, R. R. Schrock. Beyond Fossil-Fuel-Driven Nitrogen Transformations. Science. (2018) In Revision   
  • D. K. Haja, C-H. Wu, F. L. Poole, S. G. Williams, A. K. Jones, and M. W. W. Adams. Pyrobaculum aerophilum Thiosulfate Reductase Heterologously Expressed in Pyrococcus furiosus is More Active with Molybdenum than with Tungsten. J. Biol. Chem. (2018) In review   
  • C. E. Lubner, D. P. Jennings, D. W. Mulder, G. J. Schut, O. A. Zadvornyy, J. Hober, M. Tokmina-Lukaszewska, L. Berry, D. Nguyen, G. L. Lipscomb, B. Bothner, A. K. Jones, A.-F. Miller, P. W. King, M. W. W. Adams, J. W. Peters. Mechanistic Insights into Energy Conservation by Flavin-Based Electron Bifurcation. Nat. Chem. Bio. (2017)
  • S. Roy, J. A. Laureanti, T. L. Groy, A. K. Jones*. Synthesis and electrocatalytic activity of [FeFe]-H2ase model complexes with non-innocent chelating nitrogen-donor ligands. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem (2017)
  • J. H. Artz, D. W. Mulder, M. W. Ratzloff, C. E. Lubner, O. A. Zadvornyy, A. X. LeVan, S. G. Williams, M. W. W. Adams, A. K. Jones, P.W. King, J. W. Peters. Reduction Potentials of [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Accessory Iron-Sulfur Clusters Provide Insights into the Energetics of Proton Reduction Catalysis. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2017)
  • J. W. Peters, A.-F. Miller, A. K. Jones, P. W. King, M. W. W. Adams. Electron Bifurcation. Cur. Opin. Chem. Biol. (2016)
  • Raja Pal†, Joseph A. Laureanti, Thomas L. Groy, Anne K. Jones*, Ryan J. Trovitch*. Hydrogen production from water using a bis(imino)pyridine molybdenum electrocatalyst. Chem Commun (2016).
  • Souvik Roy, Thuy-Ai D. Nguyen, Lu Gan, Anne K Jones. Biomimetic peptide-based models of [FeFe]-hydrogenases: Utilization of phosphine-containing peptides. Dalton Transactions. (2015)
  • Patrick Kwan, Chelsea L. McIntosh, David P. Jennings, R. Chris Hopkins, Sanjeev K. Chandrayan, Chang-Hao Wu, Michael W. W. Adams, and Anne K. Jones. The [NiFe]-Hydrogenase of Pyrococcus furiosus Exhibits a New Type of Oxygen Tolerance. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2015)
  • T. K. Mukhopadhyay, N. L. MacLean, L. Gan, D. C. Ashley, T. L. Groy, M.-H. Baik, A. K. Jones, and R. J. Trovitch. Carbon Dioxide Promoted H+ Reduction Using a Bis(imino)pyridine Manganese Electrocatalyst. Inorg. Chem. (2015)
  • L. Gan, T. L. Groy, P. Tarakeshwar, S. K. S. Mazinani†, J .Shearer, V. Mujica, and A. K. Jones*. A [NiFe] phosphine Complex as a Fast and Efficient Hydrogen Production Catalyst. J. Am. Chem. Soc (2015).
  • A. Cereda, A. Hitchcock, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin, T. S. Bibby, A. K. Jones*. , , 2014, 9(3), e91484. A Bioelectrochemical Approach to Characterize Extracellular Electron Transfer by Synechocystis sp. PCC6803. PLOS One (2014).
  • S. Roy, S. K. S. Mazinani†, T. L. Groy, L. Gan, P. Tarakeshwar, V. Mujica, A. K. Jones*. Catalytic Hydrogen Evolution by Fe(II) Carbonyls Featuring a Dithiolate and a Chelating Phosphine. Inorg. Chem (2014).
  • A. Dutta, M. Flores, S. Roy, J. Schmitt, G. A. Hamilton†, H. E. Hartnett, J. Shearer, A. K. Jones*. Sequential Oxidations of the Thiolates and the Cobalt Metallocenter in a Synthetic Metallopeptide: Implications for the Biosynthesis of Nitrile Hydratase. Inorganic Chemistry (2013).
  • S. Roy, T. L. Groy, A. K. Jones. Artificial hydrogenases: Asymmetrically disubstituted diiron model complex with a redox active 2,2’-bipyridyl ligand. Dalton Transactions (2013).
  • A. Dutta, G. A. Hamilton, H. E. Hartnett, A. K. Jones. Construction of Heterometalic Clusters in a Small Peptide Scaffold as [NiFe]-hydrogenase models: Development of a Synthetic Methodology. Inorganic Chemistry (2012).
  • A. K. Jones, T. S. Bayer, T. S. Bibby, L. Cronin, J. Golbeck, D. M. Kramer, I. Matsumura. Plug and play photosynthesis. Chemistry and Industry (2012).
  • I. Ashur, A. K. Jones. Immobilization of azurin with retention of its native electrochemical properties at alkylsilane self-assembled monolater modified indium tin oxide. Electrochimica Acta (2012).
  • I. Ashur, O. Schulz, C. McIntosh, I. Pinkas, R. Ros, A. K. Jones. Transparent gold as a platform for unmediated protein spectroelectrochemistry: investigation of cytochrome c and azurin. Langmuir (2012).
  • C. L. McIntosh, F. Germer, R. Schulz, J. Appel, A. K. Jones. The [NiFe]-hydrogenase of the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 is working bidirectionally. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011).
  • P. Kwan, D. Schmitt§, A. M. Volosin†, C. L. McIntosh, D.-K. Seo, A. K. Jones. Spectroelectrochemistry of cytochrome c and azurin immobilized in nanoporous antimony tin oxide. Chemical Communications (2011).
  • S. Roy, S. Shinde, G. A. Hamilton†, H. E. Hartnett, A. K. Jones. Artificial [FeFe] hydrogenase: On resin modification of an amino acid to anchor a diiron-hexacarbonyl cluster in a peptide framework. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2011).
  • G. Winter, S. Doekel, N. Krauss, A. K. Jones, W. Hoehne, B. Friedrich. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of the [NiFe]-hydrogenase maturation factor HypF1 from Ralstonia eutropha H16. Acta Cryst. F (2010).

Research Activity

Courses

Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 114General Chemistry for Engrs
CHM 117General Chemistry for Majors I
CHM 484Internship
BCH 484Internship
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 484Internship
BCH 484Internship
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
BCH 484Internship
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 113General Chemistry I
CHM 453Inorganic Chemistry
BCH 484Internship
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 484Internship
BCH 484Internship
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
BCH 484Internship
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
CHM 598Special Topics
BCH 598Special Topics
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 113General Chemistry I
BCH 484Internship
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 484Internship
BCH 484Internship
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
BCH 484Internship
MBB 492Honors Directed Study
CHM 494Special Topics
BCH 494Special Topics
CHM 499Individualized Instruction
BCH 499Individualized Instruction
BCH 598Special Topics
CHM 598Special Topics
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 501Current Topics in Chemistry
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
CHM 598Special Topics
BCH 598Special Topics

Presentations

  • A. K. Jones. Biological and Bio-Inspired Electrocatalysis: Electrochemical Solution to Energy Challenges. Department of Chemistry Colloquium, Emory University (Nov 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. Photons to Fuel: Bio-Inspired Electrocatalysis and Artificial Photosynthesis. Im�RA Fuels Workshop, Marseille, France (Oct 2014).
  • A. K. Jones, P. Kwan, C. McIntosh, R. C. Hopkins, M. W. W. Adams. Electrochemical Characterization of the Oxygen-tolerant Soluble Hydrogenase I from Pyrococcus furiosus. DOE Physical Biosciences PI Meetings (Sep 2014).
  • A. K. Jones*, S. Roy, L. Gan, S. K. Mazinani , T. L. Groy, P. Tarakeshwar, V. Mujica. Artificial Hydrogenases: Utilization of Redox Non-Innocent Ligands in Iron Complexes for Hydrogen Production. DOE Hydrogen Program Review (Jul 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. Electrochemical Mapping of Proteins and Pathways in Synechocystis sp. PCC6803. Gordon Research Conference- Photosynthesis (Jun 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. Sequential Oxidations of the Thiolates and the Cobalt Metallocenter in a Synthetic Metallopeptide: Implications for the Synthesis of Nitrile Hydratase. IONiC Bioinorganic Workshop (Jun 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. Electrochemical Characterization of the Oxygen-Tolerant Soluble Hydrogenase I from Pyrococcus furiosus. DOE Hydrogen Program Review (Jun 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. How do you make a redox enzyme run backwards? Defining the Catalytic Properties of Soluble [NiFe]-Hydrogenases Using Direct Electrochemistry?. Chemistry and Biology Interface Seminar, University of Delaware (Apr 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. How do you make a redox enzyme run backwards? Defining the Catalytic Properties of Soluble [NiFe]-Hydrogenases Using Direct Electrochemistry. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Colloquium, Utah State University (Feb 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. What Controls Bias in Redox Enzymes: Defining the Catalytic Properties of Soluble [NiFe]-hydrogenases using Direct Electrochemistry. Gordon Research Conference- Electrochemistry (Jan 2014).
  • A. K. Jones. What Controls Bias in Redox Enzymes: Defining the Catalytic Properties of Soluble [NiFe]-hydrogenases using Direct Electrochemistry. Electrochemistry Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA (Jan 2014).
  • S. Roy, L. Gan, T. L. Groy, S. Mazinani, P. Tarakeshwar, V. Mujica, A. K. Jones. Fast and Efficient Hydrogen Production Catalysis: Incorporating Natures Mechanisms into Inorganic Molecules. Scialog Conference, Tucson, AZ (Oct 2013).
  • P. J. Robbins, A. Hitchcock, A. Cereda, T. S. Bibby, A. K. Jones, L. Cronin. A Design Approach to Modular Biophotovoltaic Fuel Cells. International Photosynthesis Congress, St. Louis, MO (Aug 2013).
  • A. Hitchcock, A. Cereda, A. K. Jones, T. S. Bibby. A biophotovoltaic approach to understanding extracellular electron transport by Synechocystis sp. PCC6803. Cyanobacteria Meeting, St. Louis, MO (Aug 2013).
  • A. Cereda, A. Hitchcock, T. S. Bibby, A. K. Jones. A biophotovoltaic approach to mapping extracellular electron transfer by Synechocystis sp. PCC6803. International Photosynthesis Congress, St. Louis, MO (Aug 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Fast and Efficient Hydrogen Production Catalysis: Incorporating Natures Mechanisms into Inorganic Molecules. International Photosynthesis Congress, St. Louis, MO (Aug 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Defining Directionality and Aerotolerance of Soluble, Multimeric [NiFe]-hydrogenases. Enzymes, Coenzymes & Metabolic Pathways Gordon Research Conference (Jul 2013).
  • S. Roy, T. L. Groy, A. K. Jones. Electrocatalytic hydrogen production by functional models of [FeFe]-hydrogenase with redox non-innocent ligands. International Conference of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Grenoble, France (Jul 2013).
  • P. Kwan, C McIntosh, R. C. Hopkins, M. W. W. Adams, A. K. Jones. Characterization of the soluble [NiFe]-hydrogenase from PfSHI using protein film electrochemistry. International Hydrogenase Conference, Szeged, Hungary, (Jul 2013).
  • A. K. Jones, L. Gan, S. Roy, S. Mazinani, P. Tarakeshwar, V. Mujica, T. Groy. Biomimetic Models of Hydrogenases: Impact of Redox-Active Ligands. International Conference of Bioinorganic Chemistry, Grenoble, France (Jul 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Defining Directionality and Aerotolerance in Soluble, Biodirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenases using Protein Film Electrochemistry. International Hydrogenase Conference, Szeged, Hungary, (Jul 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Fast and Efficient hydrogen production catalysis via a bio-inspired [NiFe] coordination complex. EFRC Symposium, Washington D. C (Jul 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Utilization of peptide and redox non-innocent ligands in [FeFe]- and [NiFe] complexes. ACS Meeting, New Orleans (Apr 2013).
  • A. K. Jones. Plug and Play Photosynthesis for RuBisCO independent Fuels. NSF program review fo Photosynthetic Ideas Lab, Washington, D. C (Feb 2013).
  • L. Gan, T. L. Groy, A. K. Jones. Hydrogen generation catalysis by a [NiFe] phosphine complex including a redox non innocent ligand. Metals in Biology Gordon Research Symposium, Ventura, California (Jan 2013).
  • A. Hitchcock, A. Cereda, M. Symes, C. Busche, J. Heap, T. Bayer, L. Cronin, T. Bibby, A. K. Jones. Plug and Play Photosynthesis: Developing electrochemical screens to understand exoelectrogenic activity in cyanobacteria. European Solar Fuels Conference, Glasgow, Scotland (Dec 2012).
  • S. Roy, A. K. Jones. Artificial [FeFe]-Hydrogenases: Synthesis and Characterization of Diiron-polycarbonyl Clusters in Peptide Scaffolds Using Artificial Amino Acids. Organometallic Chemistry Gordon Research Symposium, Rhode Island (Jun 2012).
  • S. Roy, A. K. Jones. Artificial [FeFe]-Hydrogenases: Synthesis and Characterization of Diiron-polycarbonyl Clusters in Peptide Scaffolds Using Artificial Amino Acids. Organometallic Chemistry Gordon Research Symposium (Jun 2012).
  • Anne K Jones. Redox enzymes as electrocatalysts: exploration of natural and artificial hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, California Institute of Technology (Jun 2012).
  • A. Dutta, G. Kodis, T. Groy, A. K. Jones. Photoactive, sulfur bridged, intramolecular [NiRu(bpy)2] dyads for artificial photosynthesis: Comparison of coordination by peptide or a small tetradentate ligand. Renewable Energy: Solar Fuels Gordon Research Symposium (May 2012).
  • A. Dutta, G. Kodis, T. Groy, A. K. Jones. Photoactive, sulfur bridged, intramolecular [NiRu(bpy)2] dyads for artificial photosynthesis: Comparison of coordination by peptide or a small tetradentate ligand. Renewable Energy: Solar Fuels Gordon Research Conference (May 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, University of Glasgow (Apr 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. CEA Grenoble, France (Apr 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. CNRS Marseille, France (Apr 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, University of Utah (Mar 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University (Mar 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Bioelectrocatalysis by bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenases: Mechanistic comparison to uptake enzymes. ACS Meeting, San Diego (Mar 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, Cal State University Fullerton (Feb 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Engineering oxidoreductases for electrocatalysis: understanding the roles of residues outside the active site in controlling catalysis by hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Arizona (Feb 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Harvesting excess high energy electrons for food or fuel. American Academy for the Advancement of Science Symposium, Vancouver, Canada (Feb 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox Enzymes as Electrocatalysts: Exploration of Natural and Artificial Hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, University of Georgia (Jan 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Engineering oxidoreductases: understanding the roles of residues outside the active site in controlling catalysis by hydrogenases. Department of Biochemistry, Emory University (Jan 2012).
  • C. McIntosh, R. C. Hopkins, F. Germer, R. Schulz, J. Appel, M. W. W. Adams, A. K. Jones. Characterization of oxygen tolerance of bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenases by protein film electrochemistry. Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA (Jan 2012).
  • A. K. Jones. Bio-inspired catalysts for hydrogen oxidation and evolution. 5th Sante Fe Workshop on Materials for Energy Conversion (Nov 2011).
  • A. K. Jones. Artificial Hydrogenases: Construction of peptide models for [FeFe]-hydrogenases. Southwest Regional ACS meeting (Nov 2011).
  • A. K. Jones. Engineering oxidoreductases: understanding the roles of residues outside the active site in controlling catalysis by hydrogenases. Department of Chemistry, Boston University (Oct 2011).
  • A. K. Jones. Redox enzymes as electrocatalysts: exploration of natural and artificial hydrogenases. University of New Mexico (Oct 2011).
  • C. L. McIntosh, F. Germer, J. Appel, A. K. Jones. Hydrogenases in phototrophs: Characterization of the bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenase from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 using protein film electrochemistry. International Conference of Bioinorganic Chemistry (Aug 2011).
  • A. Dutta, A. K. Jones. Modeling [NiFe]-hydrogenase: development of a synthetic methodology for construction of heterometallic complexes in a peptide scaffold. International Conference of Bioinorganic Chemistry (Aug 2011).
  • S. Roy, S. Yang, S. Shinde, G. A. Hamilton, H. Hartnett, A. K. Jones. Artificial hydrogenases: construction of peptide models of [FeFe]-hydrogenases. International Conference of Bioinorganic Chemistry (Aug 2011).
  • A. K. Jones. Artificial [FeFe] hydrogenase: modifications of amino acids to create ligands for binding diiron clusters. AFOSR Bioenergy Annual Review (Jun 2011).
  • G. Ghirlanda and A. K. Jones. Design of peptide-based catalysts: development of artificial hydrogenases. DOE EFRC Forum (May 2011).
  • C. L. McIntosh, F. Germer, J. Appel, A. K. Jones. Hydrogenases in phototrophs: Characterization of the bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenase from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 using protein film electrochemistry. Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference (Jan 2011).
  • Anne K Jones. Direct electrochemistry of the bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenase from Synechocystis. Department of Physics, University of Southern California (Dec 2010).
  • Anne K. Jones. Exploring and Exploiting Redox Enzymes. Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada at Reno (Nov 2010).
  • Anne K Jones. Engineering Oxidoreductases: Design and Synthesis of Artificial Hydrogenases. Air Force Office of Science Annual Review (Jul 2010).
  • Anne K Jones. Artificial hydrogenases: Construction of peptide based models of hydrogenases. 9th International Hydrogenase Conference (Jun 2010).
  • S. Roy, S. Shinde, A. K. Jones. Artificial [FeFe]-hydrogenase: Synthesis of a diiron-hexacarbonyl cluster in a peptide framework. 9th International Hydrogenase Conference (Jun 2010).
  • C. L. McIntosh, F. Germer, J. Appel, A. K. Jones. Characterization of the bidirectional [NiFe]-hydrogenase from Synechocystis sp. PCC6803 using protein film electrochemistry. 9th International Hydrogenase Conference (Jun 2010).
  • A. Dutta, A. Hamilton, H. E. Hartnett, A. K. Jones. Synthesis of [Ni-Mx] complexes in a peptide scaffold: Biomimetic peptidic models of [NiFe]-hydrogenases. 9th International Hydrogenase Conference (Jun 2010).
  • A. K. Jones, A. Dutta, S. Roy, N. Teodori. Synthesis of Hydrogenase maquettes: a bottom-up approach for studying metalloenzymes. Fe-S enzymes Gordon Research Conference, Colby-Sawyer College (Jun 2010).
  • Anne K Jones. Design and Synthesis of artificial hydrogenases. Bioenergetics Symposium of the Annual Biophysical Society Meeting (Feb 2010).
  • Arnab Dutta and Anne K. Jones. Synthesis of [NiFe]-hydrogenase maquettes: a bottom-up approach fro studying metalloenzymes. Graduate Research Symposium of the Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference (Jan 2010).
  • A. K. Jones, B. Kearl, I. Ashur, A. Dutta, C. L. McIntosh. Identification of an indium tin oxide binding peptide and its use in electrochemical applications. Electrochemistry Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA (Jan 2010).
  • A. Dutta, A. K. Jones. Synthesis of [NiFe]-hydrogenase maquettes: a bottom-up approach fro studying metalloenzymes. Graduate Research Symposium of the Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA (Jan 2010).
  • A. K. Jones. Engineering oxidoreductases: Design and Synthesis of artificial hydrogenases. Air Force Office of Science Annual Review (Aug 2009).
  • A. K. Jones. Exploring and Exploiting redox Enzymes. Department of Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering, ASU (Feb 2009).
  • A. K. Jones. Exploring and Exploiting Redox Enzymes. Department of Chemistry, Regis College (Feb 2009).
  • A. Dutta, A. K. Jones. Synthesis of peptide based [NiFe]-hydrogenase: A bottom-up approach for studying metalloenzymes. Gordon Research Conference for Renewable Energy: Solar Fuels (Feb 2009).
  • A. K. Jones, B. Kearl, A. Dutta, C. McIntosh. Identification of an indium tin oxide binding peptides for use as an affinity tag in direct protein electrochemistry. Metals in Biology Gordon Conference (Jan 2009).
  • A. K. Jones, B. Kearl, A. Dutta, C. McIntosh. Identification of an Indium Tin Oxide binding peptide for use as an affinity tag in direct protein electrochemistry. Metals in Biology Gordon Conference (Jan 2009).
  • A. K. Jones. Exploring and Exploiting Redox Enzymes. Minisymposium on redox enzymes, University of Pennsylvania (Nov 2008).
  • B. Kearl*, A. K. Jones. Identification of an Indium Tin Oxide binding peptide for use as an affinity tag in direct protein electrochemistry. Symposium on Research in Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering (Oct 2008).
  • A. Dutta*, A. K. Jones. Synthesis of [NiFe]-hydrogenase Maquettes: A bottom-up approach for studying metalloenzymes. Symposium on Research in Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering (Oct 2008).
  • C. McIntosh*, J. Cordova, G. Ghirlanda, A. K. Jones. Electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 via an artificially engineered membrane protein. Symposium on Research in Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering (Oct 2008).
  • Nicholas Teodori*, A. K. Jones. Mimicking hydrogenases: Insertion of a diiron-hexacarbonyl species into �-sheet protein structures. Symposium on Research in Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering (Oct 2008).
  • A. K. Jones. Design and Synthesis of Artificial Hydrogenases. Iron Sulfur Enzymes Gordon Research Conference (Jun 2008).
  • A. K. Jones. Hydrogenases: Model Redox Enzymes. Biophysics Chalk Talk (Mar 2008).
  • A. Dutta*, A. K. Jones. Synthesis of hydrogenase maquettes: Bottom-up approach for studying metalloenzymes. Life and Earth Sciences Graduate Symposium (Feb 2008).
  • C. McIntosh, J. Cordova, G. Ghirlanda, A. K. Jones. Generation of a transmembrane catalyst for efficient carbon dioxide (CO2) electroreduction. Life and Earth Sciences Graduate Symposium (Feb 2008).
  • A. K. Jones*, B. R. Lichtenstein, A. Dutta, G. Gordon, P. L. Dutton. Synthetic hydrogenases: Incorporation of an iron carbonyl thiolate into a designed peptide. Metals in Biology Gordon Conference (Jan 2008).

Honors/Awards

  • DOE Faculty Early Career Award (CAREER) 2012-2017
  • Camille and Henry Dreyfus Special Grant in the Chemical Sciences 2009
  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Award (CAREER) 2007-2011

Service

  • Personnel Committee (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry), Member (2013 - Present)
  • Undergraduate Programs Committee, Member (2012 - Present)
  • Inorganic Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2012 - Present)
  • Journal of Physical Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2012 - Present)
  • Langmuir, Ad hoc Reviewer (2012 - Present)
  • DOE ARPA_E, Technical Proposal Reviewer/ Panelist (2011 - Present)
  • Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • Department of Energy, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • Energy and Environmental Science, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • FEBS Letters, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • Journal of Biological Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • PLOS One, Ad hoc Reviewer (2011 - Present)
  • European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Journal of Physical Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2010 - Present)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - Present)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - Present)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - Present)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - Present)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - Present)
  • NMR Facility Steering/ Evaluation Committee, Member (2009 - Present)
  • NMR Facility Steering/ Evaluation Committee, Member (2009 - Present)
  • Army Corps of Engineers, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Army Corps of Engineers, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Army Corps of Engineers, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Bioelectrochemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • DOE Basic Energy Sciences, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • DOE Basic Energy Sciences, Technical Proposal Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Dalton Transactions/ Royal Society of Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Ad hoc Reviewer (2009 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Seminar Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Septennial Review Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Septennial Review Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Strategic Planning Committee for the Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Strategic Planning Committee for the Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Strategic Planning Committee for the Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Undergraduate Programs Committee, Member (2008 - Present)
  • Executive Committee for the Center for Bioenergy and Photosynthesis, Member (2007 - Present)
  • Analytical Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Biochemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Biochemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Biochemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Biochemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Chemical Reviews, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Electrochemistry Communications, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society, Ad hoc Reviewer (2007 - Present)
  • Personnel Committee (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry), Member (2013 - 2014)
  • Undergraduate Programs Committee, Member (2012 - 2014)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Liaison to Barrett, the Honors College (2009 - 2014)
  • Energy/ Inorganic Chemistry Search Committee, Member (2010 - 2011)
  • District 16 (Arizona and Southern California) Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, Member (2009 - 2010)
  • NMR/ Biophysical Chemistry Faculty Search Committee, Member (2009 - 2010)
  • District 16 (Arizona and Southern California) Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, Member (2009 - 2009)
  • Math and Science Teaching Fellows program, Research Supervisor for Local High School Teachers (2009 - 2009)
  • Chemical Education Faculty Search Committee, Member (2008 - 2008)
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Strategic Planning Committee for Sustainability Initiatives, Chair (2008 - 2008)
  • NMR/ Biophysical Chemistry Faculty Search Committee, Member (2007 - 2008)