Synthetic Chemistry faculty use state-of-the-art synthetic techniques to produce natural products and pharmaceuticals as well as create new compounds and materials. These endeavors facilitate the understanding of biological mechanisms of action of small molecules and macromolecules. The synthesis of new materials can impact catalysis, energy storage and the useful conversion of biomass to synthetically useful materials.
|Misha Barybin||Kristin Bowman-James||Michael Rubin|
|Timothy Jackson||Paul Hanson||James Blakemore|
|Jon Tunge||Helena Malinakova|
Associated Centers, Institutes, & Programs
- Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysis (CEBC)
- Center of Excellence in Chemical Methodologies & Library Development (KU CMLD)
- Graduate Training Program in Dynamic Aspects of Chemical Biology