Only faculty affiliated with ILS are listed on this page. Learn more about Chemistry faculty. The Chemistry contact for ILS is Jeffrey Urbauer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Jon Amster Professor Chemistry Structural analysis and characterization of glycosaminoglycans using mass spectrometry Website
David Crich Professor; Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar in Drug Design Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences; Chemistry Organic and medicinal chemistry; carbohydrate chemistry; glycomimetics; drug design and development with emphasis on multi-drug resistant infectious diseases Website
Amanda Frossard Assistant Professor Chemistry Characterization of surface-active organics in marine and anthropogenic aerosol particles and their effects on particle growth and water uptake Website
Hines, Kelly M.
Kelly M. Hines Assistant Professor Chemistry Lipidomic and metabolomic analyses of antimicrobial resistant pathogens using ion mobility and mass spectrometry Website
Johnson, Michael K.
Michael K. Johnson Professor Chemistry The role and assembly of transition metal centers in metalloenzymes and metalloproteins. Website
Leach III, Franklin E.
Franklin E. Leach III Assistant Professor Chemistry, Infectious Diseases Mass spectrometry, imaging, glycosylation, metabolism, environmental exposure (infectious disease, ionizing radiation, emerging pollutants). Website
Jason Locklin Professor Chemistry Our research is focused on functional polymer interfaces. We are currently developing methodologies and platforms that can be used to study biological lubrication, patterning of cellular components in two and 3 dimensions, patterning of glycosaminoglycans to study nerve regeneration, 3D printing of biodegradable scaffolds, and antimicrobial coatings. Website
Richard Morrison Associate Professor Chemistry Development of synthetic organic methodologies to produce active pharmaceutical ingredients. Microwave-promoted synthesis of bioactive amines. Website
Robert Phillips Professor Chemistry; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Enzymes involved in amino acid, especially tryptophan, metabolism which may be drug targets for cancer, hypertension and neurodegenerative diseases. Website
Vladimir Popik Professor of Chemistry Chemistry Development of biorothogonal protein modification techniques, novel caging groups, and photoactivatable antitumor antibiotics. Website
Jeffrey Urbauer Associate Professor Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Chemistry Structural biology of transcription regulation, steroid hormone activation and breast cancer. Website
Jin Xie Associate Professor Chemistry Nanoparticle-based imaging and drug delivery; radiation therapy and photodynamic therapy Website