PhD in Chemistry Lehigh University
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Chemistry -- Ph.D.
Research areas in Lehigh University’s Department of Chemistry include analytical, organic, inorganic, physical chemistry, and biochemistry.
The Department currently has 14 research-active faculty members with specialization areas in:
- bio interfacial chemistry
- chemical force microscopy
- drug delivery
- gas separations
- high-pressure chemistry
- lanthanide chemistry
- membranes, and Langmuir-Blodgett films
- membrane proteins
- multi-drug resistance
- nanoporous materials
- organometallic chemistry
- bioinorganic chemistry
- organofluorine chemistry
- polymer chemistry
- solid state chemistry
- surface chemistry of metals and semiconductors
- vibrational spectroscopy of nanostructured polymers
All students in good academic standing are fully supported by either teaching or research assistantships.
- Graduate students work closely and are mentored by their research advisor.
- Students have access to state-of-the-art instrumentation and perform federally-funded cutting-edge research
- Our students publish in top-notch scientific journals and present their work at national and international conferences.
- Graduate students develop teaching and research skills and are highly competitive in the academic and business job market.
Life After Lehigh
After graduation, many of our students do postdoctoral work at prestigious universities and institutes or take jobs in the industry performing research or additional work.
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