The faculty of Saint Louis University’s Department of Chemistry are highly regarded
in their fields. They are known for their extensive research across a diverse group
of specialties that include the areas of analytical, biochemistry, inorganic, organic
and physical chemistry.
- Asmira Alagic, Ph.D.
- Christopher Arnatt, Ph.D.
- Dana A. Baum, Ph.D.
Biochemistry, graduate program coordinator
- Christy Bagwill, Ph.D.
Organic chemistry lab coordinator
- Paul J. Bracher, Ph.D.
Organic chemistry, prebiotic chemistry, electrochemistry, inorganic chemistry
- Steven Buckner, Ph.D.
- Doug Crandell, Ph.D.
- James L. Edwards, Ph.D.
Analytical chemistry, biological systems
- Paul A. Jelliss, Ph.D.
Inorganic chemistry, inorganic synthesis, transition metal carborane complexes, catalysis
of carborane complexes
- Charles C. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.
Associate department chair, inorganic chemistry, molecular orbital calculations, ion-neutral
- Istvan Z. Kiss, Ph.D.
Physical chemistry, nonlinear dynamics, electrochemistry
- Bruce A. Kowert, Ph.D.
Physical chemistry, diffusion of molecules in liquids
- Michael Lewis, Ph.D.
Organic chemistry, computational chemistry, noncovalent interactions of aromatic compounds
- Piotr Mak, Ph.D.
Physical, biophysical chemistry
- R. Scott Martin, Ph.D.
Department chair, bioanalytical chemistry
- Ryan McCulla, Ph.D.
Organic chemistry, photochemistry, computational chemistry
- Marvin Meyers, Ph.D.
Medicinal chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, chemical biology, pharmacology,
- Jennifer Monahan, Ph.D.
Analytical chemistry, chemical education
- Jamie Neely, Ph.D.
Organic, inorganic, organometallic chemistry
- Daria Sokic-Lazic, M.S.
- Erin Whitteck, Ph.D.
- Brian Woods, Ph.D.
- Brent M. Znosko, Ph.D.
Undergraduate program coordinator, biochemistry, thermodynamics and NMR of nucleic