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|Holliday, Bradley||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Inorganic Materials; Polymer Chemistry; Organometallic Chemistry. The interdisciplinary research interests of The Holliday Group are in the area of inorganic materials that includes the study of both …|
|Humphrey, Simon||Chemistry and Biochemistry; College of Natural Sciences||The Humphrey Research Group is interested in the preparation and characterization of new metal-organic framework materials based on phosphine ligands that exhibit important solid-state properties. …|
|Iverson, Brent||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Bioorganic Chemistry DNA Binding Molecules Antibody Engineering and Antibody Engineering Technology Development Enzyme Engineering and Enzyme Engineering Technology Development|
|Johnson, Kenneth||Chemistry and Biochemistry||HIV Reverse Transcriptase mechanism, fidelity, inhibition and drug resistance. Mitochondrial DNA Polymerase mechanism, fidelity and inhibition by nucleoside analogs. Microtubule-Dependent Motor …|
|Jones, Richard||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Dr. Jones's research is currently focused on synthetic organometallic chemistry. Key goals include discovering and understanding new structures and bonding in all parts of the periodic table.|
|Keatinge-Clay, Adrian||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Polyketide synthases Enzymology Drug discovery Protein crystallography Organic synthesis|
|Keitz, Keith||Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry||We work at the interface of biological, inorganic, and materials chemistry/engineering to study protein-protein interactions and develop new catalysts and therapeutics. Specifically, we are …|
|Krische, Michael||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Catalysis and Synthesis: The total synthesis of natural products fuels the development of selective synthetic methods. Accordingly, Dr. Krische's research program is focused on the development of …|
|Lambowitz, Alan||Chemistry and Biochemistry; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||The Lambowitz Lab studies gene expression, RNA splicing, catalytic RNAs, and retroviral genetic elements, including possible ancestors of the AIDS and leukemia viruses. They recently discovered a …|
|Laude, David||Chemistry and Biochemistry||Until recently, Professor Laude maintained a research program in analytical mass spectrometry in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The program graduated 22 Ph.D. students and produced 95 …|