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    Paramjit Arora

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8470

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 360

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    Research/Interest: Bioorganic Chemistry and Chemical Biology

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    Zlatko Bacic

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8435

    Office: Waverly Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 1166F

    Research/Interest: Theoretical and computational chemistry: Quantum treatment of the dynamics and spectroscopy of molecules in nanoporous materials and on solid surfaces, vibrational spectra of fluxional molecular systems of biological interest, and weakly bound molecular clusters.

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    Daniela Buccella

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-7941

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 827

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    Research/Interest: Bioinorganic Chemistry, Chemical Biology, Molecular Imaging

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    James Canary

    Department Chair; Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8422

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 364

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    Research/Interest: Organic, bioorganic, and bioinorganic chemistry; chiral materials; nanoscience; molecular imaging; supramolecular chemistry

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    Tianning Diao

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8436

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, 705

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    Research/Interest: Organic, Organometallic, Inorganic, Catalysis

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    Nicholas E. Geacintov

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8407

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 453C

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    Research/Interest: The overall objective is to understand the mechanisms and consequences of damage in DNA, either free or wrapped around histone octamers in nucleosomes, induced by environmental contaminants and other reactive chemical species employing well defined model systems.

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    Andrew Hamilton

    Professor of Chemistry

    President of New York University

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 711

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    Alexej Jerschow

    Professor of Chemistry

    Director of Undergraduate Studies

    Phone: 212-998-8451

    Office: Silver Room 710

    Research/Interest: NMR spectroscopy, imaging, and microscopy; Methodology and applications in materials sciences, biophysics.

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    Bart Kahr

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-992-9579

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 656

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    Research/Interest: Chemical crystallography, interations of light and organized media, polycrystalline pattern formation, origin of life science, experimental history of science.

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    Neville R. Kallenbach

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8757

    Office: Waverly Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 866

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    Research/Interest: Biophysical chemistry of proteins and nucleic acids: structure, sequence, and site selectivity in DNA-drug interactions, protein folding, model helix and beta sheet structures

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    Kent Kirshenbaum

    Director of Graduate Studies; Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8486

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 821

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    Research/Interest: Bioorganic Chemistry, Biomimetic Chemistry, Protein Conformation and Dynamics, Macromolecular Design

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    Lara K. Mahal

    Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-3533

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 823

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    Research/Interest: Chemical Biology, Glycomics, Molecular Recognition, Organic Chemistry.

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    Stefano Sacanna

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-3766

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 666

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    Research/Interest: Colloidal chemistry, material science, and self assembly.

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    Tamar Schlick

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-3596

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 1021A

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    Research/Interest: Molecular mechanics and dynamics, computational and structural biology, DNA supercoiling, RNA structure and genomics, and DNA/protein interactions. Biomolecular Modeling, Computational Biology Courses

  • Photo of Nadrian C. Seeman

    Nadrian C. Seeman

    Margaret and Herman Sokol Professor of Chemistry;

    Office: Waverly Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 1066

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    Research/Interest: DNA Nanotechnology, Macromolecular Design and Topology, Biophysical Chemistry of Recombinational Intermediates, DNA-Based Computation, and Crystallography

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    Nathaniel J. Traaseth

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-992-9784

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 660

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    Research/Interest: NMR Spectroscopy, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Biology, Biophysics, Structural Biology

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    Dirk Trauner

    Professor of Chemistry

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 829

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    Research/Interest: Chemical Biology, Chemical Neurosciences, Natural Product Chemistry, Chemical Synthesis

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    Mark E. Tuckerman

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8471

    Office: Waverly Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 1166E

    Research/Interest: Theoretical chemistry: ab initio molecular dynamic simulations and statistical mechanics

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    Daniel Turner

    Assistant Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-992-6541

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 704

    Research/Interest: Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, Femtosecond Spectroscopy, Biophysics, Condensed Matter Physics

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    Marc A. Walters

    Associate Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8477

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 556

    Research/Interest: Bioinorganic chemistry; study of redox potentials in electron transfer proteins; noncovalent influence on the modulation of the redox potentials

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    Michael D. Ward

    Professor of Chemistry

    Director, Molecular Design Institute; Director, NYU Materials Research Science and Engineering Center; Editor, Chemistry of Materials

    Phone: 212-998-8439

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 554

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    Research/Interest: Materials and solid-state chemistry, supramolecular chemistry and self-assembly, interfacial chemistry, crystallization, atomic force microscopy, electrochemistry

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    Marcus Weck

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-992-7968

    Office: Brown Building, 29 Washington Place, Room 554

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    Research/Interest: Organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, and materials science

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    Keith Woerpel

    Margaret and Herman Sokol Professor of Medicinal Chemistry; Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8772

    Office: Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, Room 825

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    Research/Interest: Organic chemistry, organic synthesis

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    John Zeng Hui Zhang

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-8412

    Office: 3663 N Zhongshan Road, Geography Bldg. Room 267, NYU Shanghai, Shanghai, China

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    Research/Interest: Computational study of protein’s structure and interaction dynamics.

  • Photo of Yingkai Zhang

    Yingkai Zhang

    Professor of Chemistry

    Phone: 212-998-7882

    Office: Waverly Building, 24 Waverly Place, Room 1166D

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    Research/Interest: Theoretical and Computational Chemistry: combined ab initio quantum mechanical and molecular mechanical methods, computer simulations, with applications to chemical reactions and molecular recognitions in biological systems.