The Alaimo research group is focused on the development of “green” synthetic methods for generating heterocycles of biological importance.
Dr. Frato’s research group is focused on the unique structure and reactivity of proteins with metals at their active site, particularly heme-containing enzymes.
Dr. Jackels partners with several organizations to work on projects designed to help Nicaraguan coffee farmers improve the quality, consistency and sustainability of their green coffee product.
The Langenhan group is pursuing research at the chemistry/biology interface. They redesign biological molecules with the twin goals of understanding their functions and modulation their activities.
The Latch research group is broadly focused on the area of aquatic environmental chemistry.
The Loertscher group is focused on research to understand and improve student learning in undergraduate chemistry and biochemistry.
Dr. McLaughlin’s research involves the spectroscopic and structural characterization of environmentally relevant compounds.
Dr. Minderhout's current research is working together with a community of biochemists, biologists and chemists, to identify concepts that are critical for learning in biochemistry, design instructional strategies to target these concepts, measure changes in student learning and disseminate classroom strategies and assessment tools.
Dr. Skogerboe works on developing sensitive methods for the analysis of biologic molecules, and in promoting active learning in the chemistry curriculum.
Dr. Suydam's research group is focused on the folding, structure and binding energetics of structured RNAs.
Dr. Watson’s research interest concerns the preparation, characterization and reactivity study of original triple-layer bimetallic complexes.