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Faculty and Research

With more faculty than there are elements on the modern periodic table, the Ph.D. Program in Chemistry offers its students a diversity of options for graduate research. Current research encompasses the full-spectrum of chemical science including analytical, biological, computational, environmental, inorganic, organic, polymer, materials, physical and theoretical chemistries.  Interdisciplinary areas of research including nanoscience, structural biology, molecular biophysics, bioinorganic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, radiochemistry, medicinal chemistry and surface science and are also well represented by multiple faculty.  The scale of our faculty aids students in finding the best research mentor and provides a rich resource of chemical expertise to advise and assist students in developing their science. 

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All Faculty

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Daniel Akins
Nanotechnology and Material Science and Physical Chemistry
Spiro Alexandratos
Polymer Chemistry
Teresa Bandosz
Analytical Chemical and Chemistry Engineering
Philip Barnett
Chemical Information, Science Reference Librarian
Elizabeth Biddinger
Green chemistry and Energy applications
Mark Biscoe
Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
Christopher Blaszczak-Boxe
Physical Chemistry
Adam Braunschweig
Nanotechnology,supramolecular chemistry
Zimei Bu
Molecular Biophysics
Benjamin Burton-Pye
Inorganic and Radiochemistry
Marco Castaldi
Sustainable materials
Elise Champeil
Organic Chemistry
Emmanuel Chang
Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Xi Chen
Nanotechnology, materials science, energy
Yu Chen
Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
Junyong Choi
Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Chemical Biology, Computer-aided Drug Design, Drug Discovery
Malgorzata ("Maggie") Ciszkowska
Analytical Chemistry and Nanotechnology and Material Science
Maria Contel
Inorganic/Organometallic Chemistry, Homogeneous Catalysis (Green Chemistry) and Medicinal Chemistry.
Alexander Couzis
Nanotechnology and Material Science
Melissa Deri
Radiochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Amedee des Georges
Cryo-electron microscopy applies to molecular mechanisms of cell regulation
Ruel Desamero
Biophysical Chemistry
Roger Dorsinville
Polymer Chemistry and Nanotechnology and Material Science
Terry L. Dowd
Analytical and Biophysical Chemistry, NMR Spectroscopy
Dorthe Eisele
Nanotechnology, energy
Cherice Evans
Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics
Stephen Fearnley
Organic Chemistry
Lynn Francesconi
Inorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Jean Gaffney
Bioinorganic chemistry
Emilio Gallicchio
Physical Chemistry and Computational Molecular Biophysics
Kevin Gardner
Structural studies of environmental sensor proteins, aiming to gain insight into natural regulation and understand how to apply these principles for artificial control
Guillermo Gerona-Navarro
Chemical Biology and Organic Chemistry
Ranajeet Ghose
Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, and Molecular Biophysics
Brian R. Gibney
Inorganic Chemistry, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
Nicolas Giovambattista
Physical Chemistry
Dixie Goss
Physical Chemistry, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
Michael Green
Physical Chemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Nancy Greenbaum
Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Steven Greenbaum
Physical Chemistry
Alexander Greer
Organic Chemistry and Photochemistry
Marilyn Gunner
Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry
Rupal Gupta
Bioinorganic, biophysical chemistry, computational chemistry
Wayne Harding
Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Medicinal Chemistry
William Hersh
Organic Chemistry
Mande Holford
Chemical Biology and Physical and Organic Chemistry
Guoxiang (Emma) Hu
Qiao-Sheng Hu
Organic and Polymer Chemistry, Nanotechnology and Material Science
Seogjoo Jang
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Urs Jans
Environmental, Analytical and Organic Chemistry
Andrzej Jarzecki
Theoretical Chemistry and Biochemistry
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