The interface of chemistry and biology, including methods of antibiotic resistance, cell signaling, and DNA damage and repair.
Synthetic and analytical methods in inorganic chemistry, including organometallics and bioinorganic chemistry.
Design and characterization of new materials at the nanoscale with applications in drug delivery, energy storage, and bio-imaging.
Synthetic and analytical methods in organic chemistry with biological and nanoscale applications.
Featuring state-of-the-art, ultrafast laser spectroscopy, computational chemistry, and quantum chemistry.
Undergraduates work with faculty on projects such as developing small-group problem sessions and new laboratory experiments for general and organic chemistry.