Faculty & Research > Faculty

John H. Bushweller

jhb4v@virginia.edu

Protein structure and dynamics, NMR spectroscopy, structure-based drug design

David S. Cafiso

dsc0b@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; membrane proteins and cell signaling

Linda Columbus

columbus@virginia.edu

Membrane protein structure, function, and dynamics

James N. Demas

jnd@virginia.edu

Photochemistry and photophysics of transition metal complexes

Kateri H. DuBay

dubay@virginia.edu

theory and computation of self assembling nanomaterials

Sergei A. Egorov

sae6z@virginia.edu

Theoretical chemical physics

Cassandra L. Fraser

fraser@virginia.edu

Polymeric metal complexes, biomaterials, multifunctional nanoscale assemblies

Andreas Gahlmann

ag5vu@virginia.edu

Biophysical Chemistry; Development of nanoscale imaging technologies; Bacterial cell biology

Charles M. Grisham, Assoc. Chair

cmg@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of complex biological structures

T. Brent Gunnoe

tbg7h@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry, homogeneous catalysis, small molecule activation

W. Dean Harman, Chair

wdh5z@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry; synthetic organic methods; activation of aromatic molecules.

Ian Harrison

ah8t@virginia.edu

Surface chemistry: catalysis, photochemistry, reaction kinetics & dynamics

Eric Herbst

eh2ef@virginia.edu

Astrochemistry; chemical kinectics and dynamics in the gas and on surfaces; molecular spectrocsopy

Michael Hilinski

mh6cu@virginia.edu

Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Organocatalysis, and Medicinal Chemistry

Ku-Lung (Ken) Hsu

kenhsu@virginia.edu

Chemical Biology, Lipid Chemistry, and Systems Pharmacology

Donald F. Hunt

dfh@virginia.edu

Analytical biochemistry, mass spectrometry, proteomics

James P. Landers

jpl5e@virginia.edu

Biological, bioanalytical and clinical chemistry

John S. Lazo

jsl8f@virginia.edu

Biological chemistry

Kevin K. Lehmann

kl6c@virginia.edu

Ultrasensitive spectroscopy, spectroscopy in superfluid helium

Timothy L. Macdonald

tlm@virginia.edu

Bioorganic and synthetic organic chemistry

Charles Machan

machan@virginia.edu

Energy-relevant catalysis, particularly at the interface of molecular electrochemistry and materials.

Glenn J. McGarvey

gjm@virginia.edu

Molecular glycosciences, complex glycoconjugate synthesis, carbohydrate-based molecular recognition

David H. Metcalf

dhm1h@virginia.edu

Lecturer for general and physical chemistry.

Lisa Morkowchuk

lnm2a@virginia.edu

Instructor for general chemistry

Cameron Mura

cmura@virginia.edu

evolution of ribonucleoprotein assemblies; structural biology; molecular biophysics

Michael Palmer

mpalmer@virginia.edu

Teaching and learning matters

Brooks H. Pate

bp2k@virginia.edu

Vibrational dynamics and the spectroscopy of highly excited molecules

Rebecca R. Pompano

rrp2z@virginia.edu

Bioanalytical Chemistry: Analysis of Complex Biological Systems, including Immune Responses

Lin Pu

lp6n@virginia.edu

Organic, polymer and organometallic chemistry; asymmetric catalysis; chiralsensors

Laura Serbulea

lls3s@virginia.edu

Organic chemistry; computational modeling of ligand-receptor interactions

B. Jill Venton

bjv2n@virginia.edu

Development and characterization of analytical techniques to measure neurochemical changes

Kevin Welch

kdw9e@virginia.edu

Instructor in general and organic chemistry.

Lindsay Wheeler

lsb4u@virginia.edu

Instructor for Teaching Methods courses.

Sen Zhang

sz3t@virginia.edu

Nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications

James N. Demas

jnd@virginia.edu

Photochemistry and photophysics of transition metal complexes

Cassandra L. Fraser

fraser@virginia.edu

Polymeric metal complexes, biomaterials, multifunctional nanoscale assemblies

T. Brent Gunnoe

tbg7h@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry, homogeneous catalysis, small molecule activation

W. Dean Harman, Chair

wdh5z@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry; synthetic organic methods; activation of aromatic molecules.

Ian Harrison

ah8t@virginia.edu

Surface chemistry: catalysis, photochemistry, reaction kinetics & dynamics

Charles Machan

machan@virginia.edu

Energy-relevant catalysis, particularly at the interface of molecular electrochemistry and materials.

Lin Pu

lp6n@virginia.edu

Organic, polymer and organometallic chemistry; asymmetric catalysis; chiralsensors

Sen Zhang

sz3t@virginia.edu

Nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications

John H. Bushweller

jhb4v@virginia.edu

Protein structure and dynamics, NMR spectroscopy, structure-based drug design

Cassandra L. Fraser

fraser@virginia.edu

Polymeric metal complexes, biomaterials, multifunctional nanoscale assemblies

T. Brent Gunnoe

tbg7h@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry, homogeneous catalysis, small molecule activation

W. Dean Harman, Chair

wdh5z@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry; synthetic organic methods; activation of aromatic molecules.

Michael Hilinski

mh6cu@virginia.edu

Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Organocatalysis, and Medicinal Chemistry

Ku-Lung (Ken) Hsu

kenhsu@virginia.edu

Chemical Biology, Lipid Chemistry, and Systems Pharmacology

Timothy L. Macdonald

tlm@virginia.edu

Bioorganic and synthetic organic chemistry

Glenn J. McGarvey

gjm@virginia.edu

Molecular glycosciences, complex glycoconjugate synthesis, carbohydrate-based molecular recognition

Lin Pu

lp6n@virginia.edu

Organic, polymer and organometallic chemistry; asymmetric catalysis; chiralsensors

Laura Serbulea

lls3s@virginia.edu

Organic chemistry; computational modeling of ligand-receptor interactions

Kevin Welch

kdw9e@virginia.edu

Instructor in general and organic chemistry.

John H. Bushweller

jhb4v@virginia.edu

Protein structure and dynamics, NMR spectroscopy, structure-based drug design

David S. Cafiso

dsc0b@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; membrane proteins and cell signaling

Linda Columbus

columbus@virginia.edu

Membrane protein structure, function, and dynamics

James N. Demas

jnd@virginia.edu

Photochemistry and photophysics of transition metal complexes

Kateri H. DuBay

dubay@virginia.edu

theory and computation of self assembling nanomaterials

Sergei A. Egorov

sae6z@virginia.edu

Theoretical chemical physics

Andreas Gahlmann

ag5vu@virginia.edu

Biophysical Chemistry; Development of nanoscale imaging technologies; Bacterial cell biology

Charles M. Grisham, Assoc. Chair

cmg@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of complex biological structures

Ian Harrison

ah8t@virginia.edu

Surface chemistry: catalysis, photochemistry, reaction kinetics & dynamics

Eric Herbst

eh2ef@virginia.edu

Astrochemistry; chemical kinectics and dynamics in the gas and on surfaces; molecular spectrocsopy

Kevin K. Lehmann

kl6c@virginia.edu

Ultrasensitive spectroscopy, spectroscopy in superfluid helium

Charles Machan

machan@virginia.edu

Energy-relevant catalysis, particularly at the interface of molecular electrochemistry and materials.

Cameron Mura

cmura@virginia.edu

evolution of ribonucleoprotein assemblies; structural biology; molecular biophysics

Brooks H. Pate

bp2k@virginia.edu

Vibrational dynamics and the spectroscopy of highly excited molecules

Rebecca R. Pompano

rrp2z@virginia.edu

Bioanalytical Chemistry: Analysis of Complex Biological Systems, including Immune Responses

Sen Zhang

sz3t@virginia.edu

Nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications

John H. Bushweller

jhb4v@virginia.edu

Protein structure and dynamics, NMR spectroscopy, structure-based drug design

David S. Cafiso

dsc0b@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; membrane proteins and cell signaling

Linda Columbus

columbus@virginia.edu

Membrane protein structure, function, and dynamics

Kateri H. DuBay

dubay@virginia.edu

theory and computation of self assembling nanomaterials

Cassandra L. Fraser

fraser@virginia.edu

Polymeric metal complexes, biomaterials, multifunctional nanoscale assemblies

Andreas Gahlmann

ag5vu@virginia.edu

Biophysical Chemistry; Development of nanoscale imaging technologies; Bacterial cell biology

Charles M. Grisham, Assoc. Chair

cmg@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of complex biological structures

Michael Hilinski

mh6cu@virginia.edu

Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Organocatalysis, and Medicinal Chemistry

Ku-Lung (Ken) Hsu

kenhsu@virginia.edu

Chemical Biology, Lipid Chemistry, and Systems Pharmacology

Donald F. Hunt

dfh@virginia.edu

Analytical biochemistry, mass spectrometry, proteomics

James P. Landers

jpl5e@virginia.edu

Biological, bioanalytical and clinical chemistry

John S. Lazo

jsl8f@virginia.edu

Biological chemistry

Timothy L. Macdonald

tlm@virginia.edu

Bioorganic and synthetic organic chemistry

Glenn J. McGarvey

gjm@virginia.edu

Molecular glycosciences, complex glycoconjugate synthesis, carbohydrate-based molecular recognition

Cameron Mura

cmura@virginia.edu

evolution of ribonucleoprotein assemblies; structural biology; molecular biophysics

Rebecca R. Pompano

rrp2z@virginia.edu

Bioanalytical Chemistry: Analysis of Complex Biological Systems, including Immune Responses

B. Jill Venton

bjv2n@virginia.edu

Development and characterization of analytical techniques to measure neurochemical changes

James N. Demas

jnd@virginia.edu

Photochemistry and photophysics of transition metal complexes

Cassandra L. Fraser

fraser@virginia.edu

Polymeric metal complexes, biomaterials, multifunctional nanoscale assemblies

Andreas Gahlmann

ag5vu@virginia.edu

Biophysical Chemistry; Development of nanoscale imaging technologies; Bacterial cell biology

Ian Harrison

ah8t@virginia.edu

Surface chemistry: catalysis, photochemistry, reaction kinetics & dynamics

Ku-Lung (Ken) Hsu

kenhsu@virginia.edu

Chemical Biology, Lipid Chemistry, and Systems Pharmacology

Donald F. Hunt

dfh@virginia.edu

Analytical biochemistry, mass spectrometry, proteomics

James P. Landers

jpl5e@virginia.edu

Biological, bioanalytical and clinical chemistry

Kevin K. Lehmann

kl6c@virginia.edu

Ultrasensitive spectroscopy, spectroscopy in superfluid helium

Rebecca R. Pompano

rrp2z@virginia.edu

Bioanalytical Chemistry: Analysis of Complex Biological Systems, including Immune Responses

Lin Pu

lp6n@virginia.edu

Organic, polymer and organometallic chemistry; asymmetric catalysis; chiralsensors

B. Jill Venton

bjv2n@virginia.edu

Development and characterization of analytical techniques to measure neurochemical changes

Sen Zhang

sz3t@virginia.edu

Nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications

Charles M. Grisham, Assoc. Chair

cmg@virginia.edu

Biophysical chemistry; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of complex biological structures

W. Dean Harman, Chair

wdh5z@virginia.edu

Organometallic chemistry; synthetic organic methods; activation of aromatic molecules.

David H. Metcalf

dhm1h@virginia.edu

Lecturer for general and physical chemistry.

Laura Serbulea

lls3s@virginia.edu

Organic chemistry; computational modeling of ligand-receptor interactions

Kevin Welch

kdw9e@virginia.edu

Instructor in general and organic chemistry.

Lindsay Wheeler

lsb4u@virginia.edu

Instructor for Teaching Methods courses.