Dr. Tim Johann

Assistant Professor of Chemistry


Education:
B.A. in Biology and Chemistry
Hamline University, 1991.

Ph.D. in Chemistry
California Institute of Technology, 1997.

Courses Taught:
CHEM 111L: Lab for General Chemistry I
CHEM 222: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 222L: Lab for Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 341: Biochemistry I
CHEM 341L: Lab for Biochemistry I
CHEM 342: Biochemistry II
CHEM 342L: Lab for Biochemistry II
INQ 250: Chemistry, the Environment, and Society

Research Interests:
Investigations of structure/function relationships in enzyme active sites.

Link to more complete description of research interests.

Other Professional Interests:
Development of online homework systems for General Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Development of inquiry based laboratory experiences.

Professional Memberships:
American Chemical Society

 
Roanoke selected to collaborate with the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute

Roanoke selected to collaborate with the Department of Energy’s Joint Genome Institute

Roanoke's chemistry department has been chosen as one of 18 undergraduate teams nationally to participate in The Undergraduate Research Program in Microbial Genome Annotation.

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Upcoming EPIC Events

10/10/14, 2:30 pm, A. Greytak

10/20/14, 7:00 pm, S. O'Keefe

10/23/14, Noon, Poster Session

10/23/14, 7:03 pm, VBRS Meeting

See EPiC Calendar for more events.