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Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: Chemistry Department Chairs." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Chemistry Department Chairs

 

TABLE H-1 Alphabetical listing of Institutions and Chemistry Department Chairs among the Top 100 U.S. Chemistry Departments Contacted

Institution Chair Name
Arizona State University Petuskey, William
Boston College Hoveyda, Amir
Brandeis University Deng, Li
Brigham Young University Burton, Greg
Brown University Zimmt, Matthew
California Institute of Technology Barton, Jacqueline
Carnegie Mellon University Kim, Hyung
Case Western Reserve University Barkley, Mary
Colorado State University Fisher, Ellen
Cornell University Baird, Barbara
Dartmouth College Jacobi, Peter
Duke University Warren, Warren
Duquesne University Wheeler, Ralph
Emory University Lynn, David
Florida Institute of Technology Babich, Michael
Florida State University Schlenoff, Joseph
Georgetown University Tong, Yu Ye
Georgia Institute of Technology, Main Campus Liotta, Charles
Georgia State University Wang, Binghe
Harvard University Jacobsen, Eric
Indiana University, Bloomington Giedroc, David
Johns Hopkins University Meyer, Gerald
Louisiana State University Maverick, Andrew
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ceyer, Sylvia
Michigan State University Maleczka, Robert
Mississippi State University Lewis, Edwin
New York University Ward, Michael
North Carolina State University at Raleigh Gorman, Chris
Northwestern University Ratner, Mark
Ohio State University, Main Campus Chisholm, Malcolm
Pennsylvania State University Garrison, Barbara
Princeton University MacMillan, David
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Breneman, Curt
Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: Chemistry Department Chairs." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Institution Chair Name
Rice University Matsuda, Seiichi
Rutgers University, New Brunswick Garfunkel, Eric
San Diego State University Carrano, Carl
Stanford University Zare, Richard
Stony Brook University Hsiao, Benjamin
Texas A&M University Russell, David
University of Akron Calvo, Kim
University of Alabama Shaughnessy, Kevin
University of Arizona Wysocki, Vicki
University of California, Berkley Neumark, Dan
University of California, Davis Gervay-Hague, Jacquelyn
University of California, Irvine Rychnovsky, Scott
University of California, San Diego Continetti, Robert
University of California, Santa Barbara Dahlquist, Frederick
University of California, Los Angeles Courey, Al
University of California, Riverside Chronister, Eric
University of Chicago Jordan, Richard
University of Cincinnati Heineman, Bill
University of Colorado, Boulder Eaton, Bruce
University of Connecticut Suib, Steven
University of Florida Talham, Daniel
University of Georgia Amster, Johnathan
University of Houston Hoffman, David
University of Illinois, Chicago Hanley, Luke
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Zimmerman, Steven
University of Iowa Arnold, Mark
University of Kansas Lunte, Craig
University of Kentucky Yates, Steven
University of Maryland, Baltimore County LaCourse, William
University of Maryland, College Park Doyle, Michael
University of Massachusetts, Amherst Martin, Craig
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Meyerhoff, Mark
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Tolman, William
University of Missouri, Columbia Atwood, Jerry
University of New Mexico Bear, David
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Redinbo, Matthew
University of Notre Dame Henderson, Kenneth W.
University of Oklahoma, Norman Ritcher-Addo, George
University of Pennsylvania Molander, Gary
University of Pittsburgh Waldeck, David
University of Rochester Boeckman, Robert
University of Southern California McKenna, Charles
University of Southern Mississippi Heinhorst, Sabine
University of Tennessee Feigerle, Charles
University of Texas, Austin Quy, Richard
University of Utah White, Henry
University of Virginia Cafiso, David
University of Washington, Seattle Campus Hopkins, Paul
Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: Chemistry Department Chairs." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Institution Chair Name
University of Wisconsin, Madison Weisshaar, James C.
Utah State University Hengge, Alvan
Vanderbilt University Stone, Michael
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Merola, Joseph
Washington State University Hipps, K.W.
Washington University in St. Louis Buhro, William
Wayne State University Rigby, James
Yale University Miller, Scott

SOURCE: NRC 2011

TABLE H-2 Alphabetical Listing of Additional Institution Department Chairs Identified and Contacted for this study

Institution

Department Name

Chair Name

Auburn University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Ortiz, Joseph

Ball State University

Chemistry

Lang, Patricia

Bucknell University

Chemistry

Clapp, Charles

California State University, Sacramento

Chemistry

Crawford, Susan

Clarkson University

Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences

Christiansen, Phillip

Cleveland State University

Chemistry

Gates, Michael

East Carolina University

Chemistry

Hicks, Rickey

Florida Atlantic University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Parkanyi, Cyril

George Washington University

Chemistry

King, Michael

Howard University

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

George, Matthew

Illinois State University

Chemistry

Baur, John

Indiana University

Chemistry

Reilly, James

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Siegel, Jay

Jackson State University

Chemistry

Yu, Hongtao

Louisiana Tech University

Chemistry Program

Snow, Lloyd Dale

Loyola University Chicago

Chemistry

Holz, Richard

Marquette University

Chemistry

Ryan, Michael

Middle Tennessee State University

Chemistry

MacDougall, Preston

Northern Illinois University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Carnahan, Jon

Ohio University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Malinski, Tadeusz

Old Dominion University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Gregory, Richard

Pittsburg State University

Chemistry

Siam, Khamis

Polytechnic University

Chemical and Biological Sciences

Garetz, Bruce

Rosalind Franklin University

Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Kaplan, Ronald

Sam Houston State University

Department of Chemistry

Norman, Richard

Sloan-Kettering Institute

Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry Program

Scheinberg, David

State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Chemistry

Stipanovic, Arthur

Temple University School of Medicine

Biochemistry

Gill, Donald

Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: Chemistry Department Chairs." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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Institution Department Name Chair Name

Texas State University, San Marcos

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Brittain, William

Texas Tech University

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Casadonte, Dominick

The Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Bond, Judith

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

Chemistry

Colon, Luis

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Chemistry

Graves, David

University of Arkansas

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Durham, Bill

University of Central Florida

Chemistry

Belfield, Kevin

University of Delaware

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Theopold, Klaus

University of Idaho

Chemistry

Wandruszka, Ray

University of Louisville

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Gregg, Ronald

University of Louisville

Chemistry

Pack, George

University of Miami

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Science

Hynes, Anthony

University of Mississippi

School of Pharmacy Department of Medicinal Chemistry

Cutler, Stephen

University of Mississippi

Pharmacognosy

Ferreira, Daniel

University of Missouri- St. Louis

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Spilling, Christopher

University of Texas at Dallas

Chemistry

Ferraris, John

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Pophristic, Vojiislava

University of Toledo

Chemistry

Pinkerton, Alan

University of Washington

Chemistry

Hopkins, Paul

University of Washington

Medicinal Chemistry

Rettie, Allan

Wayne State University

Chemistry

Rigby, James

Western Illinois University

Chemistry

McConnell, Rose

Yeshiva University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Biochemistry

Schramm, Vern

York University

Chemistry

Rudolph, Jochen

Youngstown State University

Chemistry

Mincey, Daryl

SOURCE: ACS 2009.

REFERENCES

ACS (American Chemical Society). 2009. DGR (Directory of Graduate Research) Web [online]. Available: dgr.rints.com [accessed October 24, 2011].

NRC (National Research Council). 2011. Data-Based Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs in the United States. J. P. Ostriker, C. V. Kuh, and J. A. Voytuk, Eds; Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Available online at www.nap.edu/rdp/.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix H: Chemistry Department Chairs." National Research Council. 2012. Assuring a Future U.S.-Based Nuclear and Radiochemistry Expertise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13308.
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