Chemistry Department Faculty

Classes Taught by Chemistry Department Faculty

The faculty in the Department of Biology and Chemistry are delighted that you are interested in taking classes from us. Please see below for the list of courses that we teach, and if you have any questions, please contact us.

L. Melvin Roberts, Chair

CHEM 105 - Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 110 - Principles of Organic and Biochemistry
BIOL 249H - Topics: Bioethics
CHEM 331, 332 - Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 340 - Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM 421, 422 - Physical Chemistry
CHEM 461, 462, 463, 464 - Biochemistry
CHEM 491 - Senior Seminar

Dean Sadat-Aalaee

CHEM 105 - Survey of Chemistry
CHEM 110 - Principles of Organic and Biochemistry
CHEM 151, 152 - College Chemistry
CHEM 221, 222 - Organic Chemistry
CHEM 331, 332 - Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 421, 422 - Physical Chemistry

Where are they now?

Congratulations!

Congratulations to our (former) students! We wish you the best in your continued studies.

 


 

Akinola Awojope - Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Kimberly Comeau - Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy

Hayne Gilles - Massachusetts College of Pharamcy and Health Services

Beverly Kramer - Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Bincy Mathai - Loma Linda University School of Dentistry

Bradley Moore - University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Joanna Saggurthi - Ross University Medical School

Grace Shinn - Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy

Jermy Sorto - Massachusetts College of Pharamcy and Health Services

Steev Yovan - Ross University Medical School

Thucquyen Vu - University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

 


 

Our apologies for anyone that we have missed on this list. Please send us your name and school information, and we will add you to our list. If you notice other names that are not on the list, please also send us their information. Thanks!

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