Organic Chemistry

Keeping pace with the forefront of scientific research, the organic chemistry faculty maintains considerable breadth and strength in organic synthesis, catalysis, physical organic chemistry, chemical biology, materials science, combinatorial chemistry, and computational chemistry. Organic chemistry lends itself naturally to interdisciplinary study, and many students interact extensively with students and faculty in the departments of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry (MB&B), Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB), Applied Physics, and Engineering. Overall, the goal of the faculty is to ensure that each student develops fully as a scientist, makes an impact on the forefront of science, and is successful in pursuing a career beyond Yale.

List of Faculty
Jerome Berson (emeritus)
Jason M. Crawford
Craig Crews
Jonathan A. Ellman
Andrew D. Hamilton

Seth Herzon

William L. Jorgensen
J. Michael McBride
Scott J. Miller
Timothy Newhouse
Andrew J. Phillips
Martin Saunders
Alanna Schepartz
Dieter G. Söll
David A. Spiegel
Scott Strobel
H. H. Wasserman (emeritus)
Kenneth B. Wiberg (emeritus)
Frederick E. Ziegler (emeritus)

See Also
Sidney Altman
Robert H. Crabtree
John W. Faller