Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Toledo offers both undergraduate and graduate programs for students with a passion for understanding the chemistry of the world around them. These programs include Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in both Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as Masters and Doctoral programs in Chemistry.

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Departmental News


The department is celebrating the centennial this year. Plans have already begun.


For information on the Chemistry Placement Exam for freshman General Chemistry please click here.


The department is currently searching for 4 Visiting Assistant Professors.


Dr. Kirschbaum's paper Structural patterns at all scales in a nonmetallic chiral Au133(SR)52 nanoparticle was published in Science Advances.


Professor Cohen is the recipient of a Patriot Award by the US Department of Defense for the support she has given to one of her students serving in the Ohio Army National Guard.


Professor Bellizzi has been awarded a 3-year NIH grant for his work studying circadian rhythms.


Professor Zhu has been awarded a 3-year NSF grant for his continuing stereoselective glycosidic bond formation.


C & E News published a supplemental this month. Prof. Anderson published a top-ten innovation for 2014.


Professor Sucheck received an NIH grant for his work on the Synthesis of Glycopeptide Cancer Vaccines.


The department welcomes Dr. Wei Li as the newest member of our faculty.


Date set for University of Toledo Alumni Event


Jim Zubricky has been named the Toledo ACS 2015 Outreach Volunteer of the Year. 


Professor Karunarathne's recent work was published in Neuron and highlighted on NBC news.


Professor Anderson was included on The Analytical Scientist's Top 40 under 40 Powerlist 

Last Updated: 7/9/15