David Hickey


David Hickey

Assistant Professor


The Hickey Group is focused on the design of electroactive small molecules, molecular electronics, and polymer materials for a variety of applications related to energy storage, catalysis, and biosensing.

Sherril D. Christian Award for outstanding research performance 2013, 2014
Jerry J. Zuckerman Award for outstanding research in organometallic chemistry 201
University of Utah, Postdoc 2014-2016
University of Oklahoma, PhD in Chemistry 2014
University of Oklahoma, BS in Chemistry 2010
K. Barman, M.A. Edwards, D.P. Hickey, C. Sandford, Y. Qiu, R. Gao, S.D. Minteer, and H.S. White, “Electrochemical Reduction of [Ni(Mebpy)3]2+. Elucidation of the Redox Mechanism by Cyclic Voltammetry and Steady-State Voltammetry in Low Ionic Strength Solutions,” ChemElectroChem, 7(6), 1473-1479 (2020)
R. Rubio-Govea, D.P. Hickey, R. Garcia-Morales, M. RodriguezDelgado, M. Dominguez Rovira, S.D. Minteer, N. OrnelasSoto, A. Garcia Garcia, “MoS2 Nanostructured Materials for Electrode Modification in the Development of a Laccase Based Amperometric Biosensor for Non-Invasive Dopamine Detection,” Microchemical J., 155, 104792 (2020)
M. Grattieri, Z. Rhodes, D.P. Hickey, K. Beaver, S.D. Minteer, “Understanding Biophotocurrent Generation in Photosynthetic Purple Bacteria,” ACS Catalysis, 9, 867-873 (2019)
D.P. Hickey, C. Sandford, Z. Rhodes, T. Gensch, L.R. Fries, M.S. Sigman, S.D. Minteer, “Investigating the Role of Ligand Electronics on Stabilizing Electrocatalytically Relevant Low Valent Co(I) Intermediates,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141 (3), 1382-1392 (2019)