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  • Undergraduate Careers in Chemistry | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Schedule Facilities Resources Administrative Resources Faculty Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Undergraduate Careers in Chemistry Undergraduate Careers in Chemistry Careers in Chemistry GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents

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  • Prospective Graduate Students | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    the department also has a powder X ray diffraction system a rotating anode X ray diffractometer X ray photoelectron spectrometers a secondary ion mass spectrometer laser microprobe mass spectrometer UV Vis FT IR and Raman spectrometers an electronic circular dichroism spectrometer high resolution continuous wave and ultrafast laser spectrometers a fluorimeter an oligonucleotide synthesizer an atomic force microscope polarimeters a surface area and porosity analyzer and a high resolution thermal gravimetric analyzer Vanderbilt students also have access to cutting edge research facilities in other departments at the university and medical center Learn more about our facilities and resources Visit We sponsor individualized campus visits to each admitted student in order to meet with faculty and current students tour the campus and labs and get a feel for the city we call home Nashville Learn more about Vanderbilt s campus Learn more about Nashville Financial Support We offer full support to our Ph D candidates through scholarships fellowships training grants and assistantships and provide each student with a travel stipend to subsidize attendance at top conferences around the world Last year our department received 17 6 million in external funding 12 th in the nation University Tuition Scholarships are service free awards that pay all or part of tuition costs The following graduate awards are normally supplemented by a full University Tuition Scholarship which usually includes student health insurance coverage University Fellowships Graduate Teaching Assistantships Graduate Research Assistantships Traineeships and Teacher Training Awards Learn more about financial support for graduate students Rotations Another unique feature of Vanderbilt s chemistry program is our in depth rotation system Every student participates in three eight week rotations in order to gain substantial firsthand experience with the faculty and research underway on our campus Although many students arrive knowing exactly what they want to do

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  • Current Graduate Students | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Resources Administrative Forms Ph D Program of Study M S Program of Study Faculty Directory Graduate Student Directory Department Contact Info Room Reservations and Facility Request Forms Upcoming Colloquia Department Calendar Research Resources NMR Lab Reservations Chemistry Storeroom Chemical Waste Collection Request Databases for Chemists and Chemical Engineers Finding Physical Chemical Properties Library Electronic Journals Chemistry Department Blogs Wikis Submit your class or lab website Career Publishing Resources American Chemical Society The Royal Society of Chemistry DGRweb Directory of Graduate Research Grant Writing Assistance Library Electronic Journals Career Openings Graduate Student Resources Resources for Teaching Assistants English Language Center Computing and Instructional Support Versatile Ph D University Calendar Recreation Administration Graduate Student Services ACORN Information Technology Services C2HR Commodore Card Student Organizations Student Recreation Center Student Health Traffic Parking Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action and Disability Services Nashville Essentials Vanderbilt Mobile Apps Still looking Check out Student A Z Think we need to add something Suggest a link Frequently Called Numbers Chemistry Administrative Office 615 322 2861 Chemistry Storeroom 615 322 2581 Environmental Health and Safety 615 322 2057 Glass Shop 615 322 2647 Instrumental Laboratory 615 322 8171 NMR Lab 615 343 9255 Plant Operations during work hours 615 322

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  • Faculty Listed by Area of Research | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    A McLean Prasad Polavarapu David W Wright Biochemistry Brian O Bachmann Walter Chazin Richard M Caprioli Stephen W Fesik Andrew J Link Lawrence J Marnett Hassane S Mchaourab Jens Meiler Ned A Porter Michael P Stone David W Wright Bioorganic Chemistry Jeffrey N Johnston Craig Lindsley Lawrence J Marnett Ned A Porter Carmelo J Rizzo Gary A Sulikowski Biophysical Chemistry Walter Chazin Stephen W Fesik Terry Lybrand Clare McCabe John A McLean Jens Meiler Prasad L Polavarapu Center for Structural Biology Walter Chazin Stephen W Fesik Terry Lybrand Jens Meiler Michael P Stone Chemical Biology Brian O Bachmann Darryl J Bornhop Richard M Caprioli Walter Chazin David Cliffel Stephen W Fesik Eva Harth Jeffrey N Johnston Andrew J Link Craig Lindsley Lawrence J Marnett Clare McCabe Hassane S Mchaourab John A McLean Jens Meiler Ned A Porter Carmelo J Rizzo Michael P Stone Gary A Sulikowski Steven D Townsend David W Wright Computational and Theoretical Chemistry B Andes Hess Jr Terry Lybrand Clare McCabe Jens Meiler Prasad Polavarapu Lidia Smentek Inorganic Chemistry Timothy P Hanusa Janet Macdonald Nathan Schley David W Wright Materials Chemistry Timothy P Hanusa Eva Harth Janet Macdonald Sandra J Rosenthal David W Wright Medicinal Chemistry Jeffrey N Johnston Craig Lindsley Lawrence J Marnett Ned A Porter Gary A Sulikowski Nanomaterials Chemistry Eva Harth Janet Macdonald Sandra J Rosenthal David W Wright Organic Chemistry Brian O Bachmann Eva Harth B Andes Hess Jr Jeffrey N Johnston Craig Lindsley Lawrence J Marnett Ned A Porter Carmelo J Rizzo Gary A Sulikowski Steven D Townsend Physical Chemistry Walter Chazin John A McLean Jens Meiler Prasad L Polavarapu Sandra J Rosenthal Michael P Stone Polymer Chemistry Eva Harth VICB Brian O Bachmann Darryl J Bornhop Richard M Caprioli Walter Chazin David Cliffel Eva Harth Jeffrey N Johnston Craig Lindsley Andrew

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  • Research | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    graduate student Bryan Ringstrand New Type of Liquid Crystal Promises to Improve Performance of Digital Displays Chemists at Vanderbilt University have created a new class of liquid crystals with unique electrical properties that could improve the performance of digital displays used on everything from digital watches to flat panel televisions The achievement which is the result of more than five years of effort is described by Professor of Chemistry Piotr Kaszynski and graduate student Bryan Ringstrand in a pair of articles published online on Sept 24 and Sept 28 2010 in the Journal of Materials Chemistry We have created liquid crystals with an unprecedented electric dipole more than twice that of existing liquid crystals says Kaszynski Electric dipoles are created in molecules by the separation of positive and negative charges The stronger the charges and the greater the distance between them the larger the electric dipole they produce In liquid crystals the electric dipole is associated with the threshold voltage the minimum voltage at which the liquid crystal operates Higher dipoles allow lower threshold voltages In addition the dipole is a key factor in how fast liquid crystals can switch between bright and dark states At a given voltage liquid

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  • Interdisciplinary Initiatives | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    by Research Area Listed Alphabetically Research Listed by Area Listed by Investigator Interdisciplinary Initiatives Colloquium Schedule Facilities Resources Administrative Resources Faculty Resources Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR Chemistry Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Interdisciplinary Initiatives Interdisciplinary Initiatives Research Links Listed by Area Listed by Investigator Interdisciplinary Initiatives Colloquium Schedule As chemical research becomes more sophisticated and interdisciplinary an increasingly broad range of instrumental techniques is required to advance scientific knowledge The Department of Chemistry encourages interdisciplinary research through collaborations within the university and medical school Interdisciplinary research in chemistry is available with particular emphasis on chemical biology environmental chemistry materials chemistry and nanotechnology The following interdisciplinary programs provide exceptional opportunities for highly motivated graduate researchers Vanderbilt Institute of Chemical Biology VICB Vanderbilt Institute of Nanoscale Science and Engineering VINSE Vanderbilt Institute for Integrative Biosystems Research and Education VIIBRE Vanderbilt University Center for Structural Biology GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News View RSS feed See Our Campus Your Vanderbilt Alumni Current Students Faculty Staff International Students Media Parents Family Prospective Students Researchers Sports Fans Visitors Neighbors Connect with Vanderbilt Twitter Facebook YouTube iTunesU

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  • Colloquium Schedule | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Storeroom Glass Shop Chemical Hygiene Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Colloquium Schedule Colloquium Schedule Research Links Listed by Area Listed by Investigator Interdisciplinary Initiatives Qiu Wang Feb 15 Carolyn Bertozzi Feb 22 Pavel Nogorny Mar 4 Emad Tajkhorshid Mar 14 Hoa Xu Mar 21 Brian Coppola Mar 28 David Merkler Apr 4 Kevin Brown Apr 18 GO Upcoming Events Prof Qiu Wang Duke University Recent News

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  • Facilities | Department of Chemistry | Vanderbilt University
    Plan Forms and Reservations Alumni Alumni Notes Giving Home Facilities Facilities Facilities and Resources Links Tour the Chemistry Building and Research Labs Laboratories Mass Spectrometry Research Center Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy NMR The outstanding research facilities at Vanderbilt offer students an excellent opportunity to gain hands on experience in leading edge experimental techniques As chemical research becomes more sophisticated and interdisciplinary a broad range of instrumental techniques is required to

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