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.

Chemistry Department

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Susan Bane

Professor; Biochemistry Program Director

Chemistry

Research Interests

  • Chemical Biology
  • Microtubules
  • Molecular mechanism of Taxol chemotherapy
  • Site-specific fluorescent labeling of proteins
  • Molecular mechanisms of colchicine and related drugs
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Christof T. Grewer

Professor/Director of Graduate Admissions

Chemistry

Research Interests

  • Biophysical chemistry
  • Dynamics of the transport process
  • Development of caged compounds
  • development of pharmacological tools
  • Computational studies
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Omowunmi Sadik

Professor of Chemistry & Jefferson Science Fellow 2017-2018; Director, CREATES formerly CASE

Chemistry

Research Interests

  • Bioanalytical chemistry
  • materials and environmental chemistry
  • Poly (AMIC) Acid Membranes
  • Sensor Mechanism
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Biology Department

Anthropology Department