Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Articles

17. Grace, D. N., Lugos, E. N., Ma, S., Griffith, D. R., Hendrickson, H. P., Woo, J. L., Galloway, M. M.
Brown Carbon Formation Potential of the Biacetyl−Ammonium Sulfate Reaction System
ACS Earth and Space Chemistry (2020).
https://doi.org/10.1021/acsearthspacechem.0c00096

16. Grace, D. N., Sharp, J. R., Holappa, R. E., Lugos, E. N., Sebold, M. B., Griffith, D. R., Hendrickson, H. P., Galloway, M. M.
Heterocyclic Product Formation in Aqueous Brown Carbon Systems.
ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 3, 2472-2481 (2019).

15. Negre, C. F. A., Morzan, U. F., Hendrickson, H. P., Pal, R., Lisi, G. P., Loria, J. P., Rivalta, I., Ho, J., Batista, V. S.
Eigenvector centrality for characterization of protein allosteric pathways.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115, E12201-E12208 (2018).

14. Chaudhuri, S., Hedström, S., Méndez-Hernández, D. D., Hendrickson, H. P., Jung, K. A., Batista, V. S.
Quantitative first-principles predictions of electron transfer rates.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 13, 6000-6009 (2017).

13. Jafari, M., Welden, A. R., Williams, K., Winograd, B., Hendrickson, H. P., Lenard, M., Gottfried, A., Geva, E.
Compute-to-Learn: Authentic Learning via Development of Interactive Computer Demonstrations within a Peer-Led Studio Environment.
Journal of Chemical Education, 94, 1896-1903 (2017).

12. Guo, Y., Hendrickson, H. P., Videla, P. E., Chen, Y.-N., Ho, J., Sekharan, S., Batista, V. S., Tully, J. C., Yan, E. C.-Y.
Probing the remarkable thermal kinetics of visual rhodopsin with E181Q and S186A mutants.
The Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 215104 (2017).

11. Sarkar, S., Hendrickson, H. P., Lee, D., DeVine, F., Jung, J., Geva, E., Kim, J., Dunietz, B. D.
Phosphorescence in Bromobenzaldehyde Can Be Enhanced through Intramolecular Heavy Atom Effect.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121, 3771-3777 (2017).

10. Lipchock, J. M., Hendrickson, H. P., Douglas, B. B., Bird, K. E., Ginther, P. S., Haynie, S. T., Rivalta, I., Ten, N. S., Batista, V. S., Loria, J. P.
Characterization of PTP1B Inhibition by Chlorogenic Acid and Cichoric Acid.
Biochemistry 56, 96-106 (2017).

9. Schloss, A. C., Liu, W., Williams, D., Kaufman, G., Hendrickson, H. P., Rudshteyn, B., Fu, L., Wang, H., Batista, V. S., Osuji, C., Yan, E. Y.-C., & Reagan, L.
Fabrication of Modularly Functionalizable Microcapsules Using Protein-Based Technologies
ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2, 1856–1861 (2016).

8. Lisi, G. P., Manley, G. A., Hendrickson, H. P., Rivalta, I., Batista, V. S., & Loria, J. P.
Dissecting Dynamic Allosteric Pathways Using Chemically Related Small-Molecule Activators.
Structure 24, 1155–1166 (2016).

7. Zheng, Z., Manna, A., Hendrickson, H. P., Hammer, M., Song, C., Geva, E., & Dunietz, B. D.
Molecular Structure, Spectroscopy and Photo Induced Kinetics in Tri-nuclear Cyanide Bridged Complex in Solution: A First Principle Perspective.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136, 16954–16957 (2014).

6. Phillips, H., Zheng, Z., Geva, E., & Dunietz, B. D.
Orbital Gap Predictions for Rational Design of Organic Photovoltaic Materials.
Organic Electronics 15, 1509-1520 (2014).

5. Phillips, H., Geva, E., & Dunietz, B. D.
Calculating Off-Site Excitations in Symmetric Donor–Acceptor Systems via Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory with Range-Separated Density Functionals.
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 8, 2661-2668 (2012).

4. Zheng, S., Phillips, H., Geva, E., & Dunietz, B. D.
Ab Initio Study of the Emissive Charge-Transfer States of Chromophore-Functionalized Silsesquioxanes.
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, 6944-6947 (2012).

3. Phillips, H., Zheng, S., Hyla, A., Laine, R., Goodson III, T., Geva, E., & Dunietz, B. D.
Ab Initio Calculation of the Electronic Absorption of Functionalized Octahedral Silsesquioxanes via Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory with Range-Separated Hybrid Functionals.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A 116, 1137-1145 (2012).

2. Phillips, H., Prociuk, A., & Dunietz, B. D.
Bias-Induced Electronic Spectral Effects of Molecular Junctions: A Computational Analysis.
Journal of Chemical Physics 134, 054708 (2011).

1. Prociuk, A., Phillips, H., & Dunietz, B. D.
Modeling Transient Aspects of Coherence-Driven Electron Transport.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 220, 012008 (2010).

 

Invited Perspectives:

3. Ball, A.; He, K.; Hendrickson, H. P.*
Engaging Undergraduate Students in Computational Chemistry Research: A Tutorial for New Assistant Professors.
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, (2020).
https://doi.org/10.1002/qua.26341

2. Lugos, E. N., Gandhi, Z., O’Connor, M. S., Kaplan, E. L., Hendrickson, H. P.
Becoming a Scientist: Engaging the Next Generation of Chemists in Computational Research at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution.
Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Chemistry News 4(1), 7-10 (2019).

1. Hendrickson, H. P.
November Research Bio: Dr. Heidi P. Hendrickson.
The Octagon: Newsletter of the Lehigh Valley Section of the American Chemical Society 101(8), 3-4, (2018).

 

Book Reviews:

1. Miller, K. F., & Phillips, H.
Book Review: Cultural Foundations of Learning: East and West by Jin Li.
The Journal of Asian Studies 73(01), 199-200 (2014).