The Campillo-Alvarado Lab is proud to host undergraduate and postdoctoral, and visiting researchers interested in improving organic materials for energy, separations, healthcare and electronics. If you are interested in joining our research team, reach out to Gonzalo to find out ongoing opportunities and projects.


Dr. Daniel Loya is a Scholar in Residence in the Department of Chemistry and in our group. Dr. Loya harvests the power of non-covalent interactions for the design of polymers and improved pharmaceutical solids. He obtained his PhD from Texas Tech University with Dr. Kristin Hutchins, and was s postdoctoral scholar in Cornell University with Brett Fors.