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Faculty Hosting Undergraduate Research Students

Biochemistry at Binghamton is a program, not a department, so faculty who can host students are from different departments. Biochemistry students can work in biology or chemistry labs, and have also worked in two anthropology labs. Labs related to biochemistry are listed below. In order to do an honors thesis, your work must relate to biochemistry in some way. Click the professor's name for more information on their research.

Department of Chemistry

This table contains faculty from the Department of Chemistry.

Ming An Ming An
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1019
BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY - General areas of organic, bio-organic, medicinal, biological, and pharmaceutical chemistry, as well as chemical biology and drug discovery

Susan Bane Susan Bane
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1018
BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY - Interactions of antimitotic drugs with tubulin; synthetic organic chemistry, spectroscopy.

Brian Callahan Brian P. Callahan
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1047
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY- Chemical biology of protein biogenesis and protein degradation

Christof Grewer Christof Grewer
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1042
BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY - Elucidation of the mechanism of membrane transport proteins; measurement of transport of glutamate, a neurotransmitter, across a membrane.

Wayne JonesWayne Jones
Center of Excellence, Rm. 2224
ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PHOTOCHEMISTRY - Design of macromolecular structures capable of long range electron transport; development of novel molecular level electron transport structures.

Wei QiangWei Qiang
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1043
BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY and NMR Spectroscopy - structure/function correlation of disease-related proteins and peptides; mechanisms of membrane disruption induced by amyloid peptides

Eriks Rozners Eriks Rozners
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1021
ORGANIC AND BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY - synthesis of unnatural oligonucleotides and their biological applications

Omowunmi Sadik Omowunmi Sadik
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 2020
CHEMICAL AND BIOSENSORS - Interfacial molecular recognition processes, development of sensors for broad-based analytical applications in medical diagnosis, environmental monitoring, and industrial process controls.

Sozanne SolmazSozanne Solmaz
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1045
BIOCHEMISTRY - Nuclear pore complexes regulate central cellular processes such as nuclear transport, cell division, RNA metabolism and gene expression, and are intimately linked to human developmental diseases and cancer. We apply x-ray crystallography to visualize the protein components of this large macromolecular machinery at atomic resolution.

Matthew VetticattMatthew Vetticatt
Smart Energy Research and Development Facility, Rm. 1017
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - Synthetic methodology development in organic chemistry. Experimental and computational studies towards the elucidation of organic and enzymatic reaction mechanisms.

Department of Biological Sciences

This table contains faculty from the Department of Biological Sciences.

John Baust John Baust
Science III 144 and 158
COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY - Adaptation to low temperatures, depressed metabolism, mechanisms of cryopreservation of mammalian tissues.

Howard ChangHoward Chang
Science III 108
NEUROBIOLOGY - molecular genetics, oxidative stress response, host-pathogen interactions.

David Davies David Davies
Science III 112
MICROBIOLOGY, BACTERIAL PHYSIOLOGY, BIOFILM RESEARCH - the control of the development of complex bacterial communities known as biofilms; regulation of biofilm-specific genes.

Kathleen Horwath Kathleen Horwath
Science III 106
MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY - the study of DNA-binding proteins involved in cancer; plant proteases in living plants.

Dennis McGee Dennis McGee
Science III 148
MUCOSAL IMMUNOLOGY - Regulation of interaction between epithelial cells and immune cells in the small intestine and colon.

Carol Miles Carol Miles
Science III G40
NEUROBIOLOGY, DEVELOPMENT, AND BEHAVIOR OF INSECTS - neural basis for behavior, with a focus on insect feeding in larval Lepidoptera.

Laura MusselmanLaura Musselman
Science III 291
SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGY - Genomics and biochemistry underlying the damaging effects of caloric overload.

Matthew Parker Matthew Parker
Science III 371
COEVOLUTION AND MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF PLANTS AND BACTERIA - Constraints on the evolution of disease resistance in an annual legume; Nonrandom genotypic associations in a legume Bradyrhizobium mutualism.

Karin Sauer Karin Sauer
Science III 210
BIOFILMS - Regulation of biofilm formation and of antimicrobial resistance in biofilms.

Jeffrey SchertzerJeffrey Schertzer
ITC BI 2404
BIOFILMS - Bacterial communication, toxin trafficking & biofilm formation

Julian Shepherd Julian Shepherd
Science III 371
PHYSIOLOGICAL BIOCHEMISTRY OF INSECT AND ARACHNID REPRODUCTION - Identification of activators and metabolic substrates of spermatozoa; analysis of glandular secretions.

Steven Tammariello Steven Tammariello
Science III 142
EUKARYOTIC GENE EXPRESSION AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION - Signal transduction in mammalian neuron apoptosis, cell cycle regulation in arthropod dormancy

Robert Van Buskirk Robert Van Buskirk
Science III 110
ANIMAL CELL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, TISSUE ENGINEERING - Mechanisms of gene activated cell death; tissue engineering of artificial tissues/organs for medical applications.

Department of Anthropology

This table contains faculty from the Department of Anthropology.

Koji Lum Koji Lum
Science I 115A
MOLECULAR ANTHROPOLOGY, FORENSIC GENETICS - The genetics of populations in the Pacific and other tropical regions, including the genetics of malaria resistance.

David Merriwether David Merriwether
Science I 219
MOLECULAR ANTHROPOLOGY - Molecular evolution, phylogenetics and population genetics; genetics of disease including diabetes and obesity.

Last Updated: 8/7/18