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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Chemistry 160  

Chemistry 160

Degree Programs Offered:Master of Science, Master of Science for Teachers, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Roger A. Jones, Wright-Rieman Laboratories, Busch Campus (732/445-3223)

Vice Chairperson for Graduate Studies:Professor Martha A. Cotter, Wright-Rieman Laboratories, Busch Campus (732/445-2259)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Stephen Anderson, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard
Alzheimer's disease, protein engineering, protein folding

Georgia A. Arbuckle-Keil, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-C; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Synthesis/properties of conducting polymers; quartz crystal microbalance study of electroactive surfaces

Edward Arnold, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Crystallographic studies of human viruses and viral proteins

Jean S. Baum, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Structural studies of proteins by nuclear magnetic resonance techniques

Helen M. Berman, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Pittsburgh
Structural biology, structural nucleic acids, bioinformatics

Robert S. Boikess, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia
Chemical education

John G. Brennan, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Molecular and solid-state inorganic chemistry

Kenneth J. Breslauer, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale
Characterization of the molecular interactions that control biopolymer structure and stability

Kieron Burke, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Santa Barbara)
Density functional theory in quantum chemistry and solid-state physics

Edward Castner, Jr., Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago
Ultrafast dynamics and photoreactions in solution

Yves J. Chabal., Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Surface and interface chemistry of electronic, photonic, and nano materials

Kuang-Yu Chen, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale
Biophysical and biological chemistry; polyamines in cancer and aging

Martha A. Cotter, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Georgetown
Theoretical investigations of liquid crystals and micellar systems

Richard H. Ebright, Professor of Chemistry, HHMI Investigator, WIM/FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard
Protein-DNA interaction; protein-protein interaction

Eric L. Garfunkel, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Surface science; ultra thin films and interfaces for nanoelectronics growth; molecular adsorption on surfaces

Alan S. Goldman, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia
Organometallic chemistry: homogeneous catalysis

Martha Greenblatt, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Polytechnic Institute of New York
Solid-state inorganic chemistry; low dimensional transition-metal oxides

Gene S. Hall, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Biochemistry and function of polyamines and hypusine

Gregory F. Herzog, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Columbia
Origin and evolution of meteorites; cosmogenic radioisotopes

Jane Hinch, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cambridge
Molecular beam-surface interactions and diffractive techniques

Stephan S. Isied, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford
Bioinorganic chemistry; long-range intramolecular electron transfer

Leslie S. Jimenez, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Synthesis and characterization of analogs of antitumor antibiotics, total synthesis of natural products

Roger A. Jones, Chairperson and Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Alberta
Nucleoside and nucleic acid synthesis

Spencer A. Knapp, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Total synthesis of natural products; design and synthesis of enzyme models

Joachim B. Kohn, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Weizmann Institute of Science
Development of structurally new polymers as biomaterials for medical applications

John Krenos, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Yale
Chemical physics, energy transfer in hyperthermal collisions

Karsten Krogh-Jespersen, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB;
Ph.D., New York Computational studies of molecular electronic structure; excited electronic states

Jeehiun Katherine Lee, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Experimental and theoretical studies of biological and organic reactivity

Ronald M. Levy, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard Biophysical chemistry; chemical physics; dynamics of macromolecules

Jing Li, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Inorganic and materials chemistry, synthesis, structure characterization

Theodore E. Madey, Professor of Physics and Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Notre Dame
Structure and reactivity of surfaces and ultrathin films

Gaetano T. Montelione, Professor of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell
Structure and dynamics of protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid complexes

Robert A. Moss, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago
Chemistry of reactive intermediates: carbenes, carbocations, diazirines

Wilma Olson, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Stanford
Theoretical and computational studies of nucleic acid structure and properties

Joseph A. Potenza, University Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Harvard
Molecular structure; X-ray diffraction; magnetic resonance

Laurence Romsted, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Indiana
Micellar organic chemistry; organic reaction mechanisms

Heinz D. Roth, Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cologne
Electron transfer induced chemistry, physical organic chemistry of reactive intermediates

Daniel Seidel, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Texas (Austin) Synthesis of complex molecular architecture

Stanley Stein, Adjunct Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, UMDNJ-RWJMS; Ph.D., CUNY
Methods development in protein analysis

Ann M. Stock, Professor of Biochemistry, UMDNJ, HHMI Investigator; Ph.D., California (Berkeley) Structure and function of signal transduction proteins

David Talaga, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Protein folding and conformational dynamics, single molecule studies

John W. Taylor, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Chicago
Bioactive peptide design and synthesis, multicyclic peptides

Kathryn E. Uhrich, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Cornell Synthesis and characterization of novel polymers for drug delivery

Ralf Warmuth, Associate Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Frankfort Design and synthesis of conformationally constrained peptides and of ion channels

Lawrence J. Williams, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Arizona Molecular design and synthesis; strategies, methods, and applications

Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty

Richard D. Ludescher, Professor of Food Science, CC; Ph.D., Oregon
Protein structure, dynamics, and function; optical spectroscopy


 
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