chemistry and biochemistry

Ammons, Mary Cloud

Assistant Research Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University - Bozeman

Although I was only recently appointed to the position of Assistant Research Professor, I have been involved in the research, teaching, and outreach missions of MSU for nearly 10 years. My research focus has been on bacterial biofilms, particularly in chronic wounds; however, I have an established record in cross-disciplinary collaborations. I am taking over the Metabolomics Core here at MSU and hope to apply this promising analytic tool to a variety of biological questions.

Bryant, Donald

Research Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University (The Pennsylvania State University)

My laboratory studies the physiology, metabolism, genetics, and genomics of chlorophyll-based phototrophs. We employ DNA sequencing, RNAseq, genetic and biochemical methods in our work. Goals include the discovery of structural and functional relationships in the components of light-energy transduction as well as an understanding of the metabolic interactions that define phototroph community composition and structure. I have been a faculty member for the past 31 years, and have been actively involved in teaching, research and service during that time.

Cracolice, Mark

Professor
Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Montana - Missoula

To be completed by applicant

DeGrandpre, Mike

Professor
Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Montana - Missoula

To be completed by applicant

Lawrence, Martin

Associate Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University - Bozeman

The last decade has seen resurgent interest in the study of viruses that lie outside traditional agricultural and medical interests. One reason is the growing appreciation of their enormous abundance within the environment. A second is the impact of these viruses on the greater biosphere. For example, the oceans are thought to contain more than 10 exp31 viruses. This is a truly astronomical number, if laid end to end they would stretch for more than 200 million light years.

Palmer, Chris

Professor
Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Montana - Missoula

To be completed later.

Peters, John

Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University

My laboratory studies various fundamental aspects of nitrogen fixation, hydrogen metabolism, carbon dioxide fixation, and photosynthesis. We are actively engaged in studies that involve genome sequencing, examining patterns of gene expression, various physiological and biochemical studies, as well as microbial ecology to further understand the mechanisms and the environmental underpinnings that drive the occurrence, diversity, and phylogenetic relatedness of biochemical components of these complex processes.

Rosenberg, Edward

Professor of Chemistry
Chemistry
The University of Montana - Missoula

Edward Rosenberg - Professor of Chemistry

Office Location: Chem 301A
Office Telephone: 406-243-2592
E-mail: edward.rosenberg@mso.umt.edu
Current Position:
Currently Dr Rosenberg serves as the undergraduate advisor for incoming chemistry majors and for Chemistry Majors and Biochemistry Majors.

Dr Rosenberg is the Director of the "Hydrogen and the Environment ," project on the 2007-2010 NSF-EpSCoR Grant

Thompson, Holly

Lecturer
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The University of Montana - Missoula

I currently teach organic and biochemistry. Research activities have included work in the areas of cell and developmental biology with emphasis on tissue interactions and extracellular matrix, carbohydrate biochemistry, photosynthesis/photorespiration and development of methods and silica surface chemistry for HPLC. Service activities include NSF review panels, UM committees related to undergraduate education such as Chair of Academic Standards and Curriculum Review Committee, and advisory committee for the UM Energy Technology Program.

Trinity Hamilton

AY2011-12
Department: 
Chemistry and Biochemistry
College/University: 
Montana State University

Walker, Robert

Professor
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Montana State University - Bozeman

Research in the Walker Group develops and uses optical methods to study chemical structure, organization and reactivity at interfaces. Our activities focus on two specific areas: chemistry at liquid interfaces and electrocatalysis on high temperature surfaces. Our liquid interfaces work examines how and why chemistry at solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interfaces is different than in bulk solution while our high temperature surface projects are intended to identify mechanisms responsible for electrochemical oxidation in solid oxide fuel cells.

Partners

MSU IoE Office

Montana State University
605 Leon Johnson Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717
(406) 994-2374
MSU Director: Cathy Whitlock

UM IoE Office

The Universityi of Montana

The University of Montana
Davidson Honors College
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-4848
UM Director: Ric Hauer

Montana EPSCoR

Program Director:  Ray Callaway
Project Administrator: Todd Kipfer
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-2617

Montana University System

Montana University System

Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education
2500 Broadway Street
Helena, MT 59620
406-444-6570