Chemical Biology

We define Chemical Biology as the application of chemistry to the study of molecular events in biological systems. This broad interdisciplinary interpretation encompasses well-established divisions of chemistry such as bioorganic, biophysical, bioanalytical, bioinorganic and biochemistry and is supported and further enhanced by the highly collaborative research environment in the life sciences at Cornell. Chemical Biology research at Cornell is supported by the Chemistry Biology Interface Training Program, which is funded by NIH.

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Mikail Abbasov

Assistant Professor

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Christopher Alabi

Associate Professor and Nancy and Peter Meinig Family Investigator in the Life Sciences

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Nozomi Ando

Associate Professor

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Barbara A. Baird

Horace White Professor

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Jeremy M. Baskin

Associate Professor

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Richard A. Cerione

Distinguished Professor of Arts & Sciences

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Peng Chen

Peter J. W. Debye Professor

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Brian Crane

George W. and Grace L. Todd Professor

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Steven Edward Ealick

William T. and Betty R. Miller Professor

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Hening Lin

Frank and Robert Laughlin Professor of Physical Chemistry

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Justin J. Wilson

Associate Professor

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Analytical    Bioinorganic    Bioorganic    Biophysical    Chemical Biology    Inorganic    Materials    Nuclear    Organic    Organometallic    Physical    Polymer    Theoretical