Undergraduate and graduate students perform research in a number of different areas of chemistry. Interests range from theoretical physical chemistry, drug discovery, organic synthesis, and nanomaterials to new chemical biology in cells and new drug delivery designs.EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES
Graduate students are trained via a wide range of traditional and interdisciplinary approaches. Working with outstanding faculty who are leaders in their field, students can pursue M.S. or Ph.D. Degrees, and be supported via research grants, teaching positions, or fellowships.LEARN MORE
Undergraduates can choose one of our four undergraduate degrees, which include a B.A., the prestigious ACS certified B.S., or a B.S. focused on either Medicinal Chemistry or Biochemistry. Undergraduate researchers often perform research and become senior members of our research groups.LEARN MORE
Amie K. Boal is an assistant professor of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Eberly College of Science at Penn State University ....
Kenneth Karlin Ph.D. is an Ira Remsen Professor of Chemistry in the Zanvyl Grieger School of Arts and Sciences at John Hopkins University, Baltimore Maryland. Dr. Karlin's bioinorganic research focuse...