Narinder Kaur Harika (#225 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation titled “Understanding the Recognition of Mixed DNA Sequence Through Minor Groove Binding Compounds,” on Tuesday, October 30, under the direction of Dr. David Wilson. Committee: Drs.: David Wilson (chair), Markus Germann, Gregory Poon.
Bingchen Yu (#226 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended… more »
The Ph.D. in chemistry with an emphasis in chemistry education is designed for an individual who intends to pursue a career in chemistry education research and teaching at the university, four-year college or community college level. The program will allow the individual to serve as a faculty member in a department of chemistry. The course… more »
Organic chemistry deals with the structure, properties, and reactions of organic compounds and other materials that contain carbon and involves the study of chemical reactions. Chemistry faculty conduct scientific studies on the chemistry of DNA, proteins, and carbohydrates.
Biophysical Chemistry at Georgia State University includes research involving both chemical and biological systems and their structures. At GSU, our faculty are involved specifically in research that covers biomolecular transport with an emphasis on diffusion, viscosity, and electrophoresis; in the determination of structure, dynamics, and function of biological macromolecules; the application and development of theoretical… more »
Biochemistry research at Georgia State University involves understanding and evaluating chemistry and its application to the structure and composition of living organisms and their chemical reactions and relationships. Our faculty are involved in research that includes the study of molecular biology, enzymology, metabolic pathways and biochemical structures and sequences and includes the following specific research… more »
Analytical chemistry is an investigative science that obtains information about matter by analyzing its chemical components. The purpose of our research is to study both the qualitative and quantitative identities of matter by determining both the chemical composition and the amount of component(s) in any given sample.
Our scientists use their knowledge of chemistry, computers,… more »