Research Areas

  • Crabtree Group
    Crabtree Group Crabtree Group
  • Crabtree Group
    Crabtree Group Crabtree Group
  • Jorgensen Group
    Jorgensen Group Jorgensen Group
  • Miller Group
    Miller Group Miller Group
  • Hazari Group
    Hazari Group Hazari Group
  • Herzon Group
    Herzon Group Herzon Group
  • Holland Group
    Holland Group Holland Group
  • Mayer Group
    Mayer Group Mayer Group
  • Tully Group
    Tully Group Tully Group
  • Brudvig Group
    Brudvig Group Brudvig Group
  • Brudvig Group
    Brudvig Group Brudvig Group
  • Crabtree Group
    Crabtree Group Crabtree Group
  • Hazari Group
    Hazari Group Hazari Group
  • Hazari Group
    Hazari Group Hazari Group
  • Holland Group
    Holland Group Holland Group
  • Vaccaro Group
    Vaccaro Group Vaccaro Group
  • Spiegel Group
    Spiegel Group Spiegel Group
  • Spiegel Group
    Spiegel Group Spiegel Group

The Department is organized around four principal areas of teaching and research: Biophysical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, and Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. While students and faculty are always encouraged to follow paths dictated by their own individual interests and research problems, these divisions provide opportunities for smaller groups of faculty to collaborate in teaching new courses, advising students, and arranging seminar programs. Students also find these divisions useful in organizing specialized seminar programs and discussion groups.

More specific descriptions have been prepared by faculty in each sub-division. Many of the faculty have strong interests in more than one area and co-advise students with colleagues from other sub-divisions or other departments.

Biophysical Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry