Indraneel Ghosh

General People Photo

Chemical Sciences Building, Room 410

Degrees and Appointments:

  • Postdoctoral Fellow 1998-2001, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (Professor Andrew D. Hamilton & Professor Lynne Regan)
  • Ph.D. 1992-1998, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (Professor Jean Chmielewski)
  • B.S. 1988-1992, Hobart College, Geneva, New York

Specialties: Bioanalytical, Bioorganic, Chemical Biology, Materials and Polymer Chemistry, Metabolism, Signaling, and Regulation, Nucleic Acids and Genomes, Protein and Membrane Biochemistry, Structural Biology, Synthesis/Synthetic Methods Development

Research and Publications

Research Description

The broad objective of our research program in Bioorganic Chemistry and Chemical Biology is to construct protein therapeutics, protein mimetics, biomaterials, and biosensors. Our research at the University of Arizona is highly multidisciplinary and utilizes techniques in organic synthesis, biochemistry, molecular biology, and a host of physical characterization methods. Our research motto is simple: Unraveling mysteries and Enabling discoveries.