Join Us

The Hematian group is looking for enthusiastic and motivated postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students interested in bioinorganic chemistry, synthetic inorganic chemistry, biochemical or chemical catalysis, environmental chemistry, or electrochemistry. Inquiries about possible positions in the group are welcome.

Postdoctoral Scientists

Prospective postdoctoral scientists are encouraged to submit applications by e-mail (as a single pdf file). Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vita with a list of publications, a research summary, a short description of future research interests, and contact information for three references.

Applicants must have completed a PhD in Chemistry, preferably in Inorganic or Organic Chemistry prior to appointment. Experience in synthetic chemistry, particularly air-free Schlenk and glove box techniques as well as standard characterization techniques and spectroscopies are preferred.


Graduate Students

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has graduate programs for students interested in either the Ph.D. or M.S. degrees, and more details can be found on the Department’s webpage. If you are accepted into the program, you will be required to interview several professors during your first semester in search of a good fit, both for the professor’s needs and your own research interest. Please feel free to contact me by email if you are interested in joining our research group.


Undergraduate Students

I will accept a few undergraduate students into my group this fall. Preference will be given to students who can make a long term commitment to research and have demonstrated strong performance in chemistry coursework, specifically in inorganic chemistry. All students participating in research are also expected to participate in weekly group meetings. If you are interested in joining my group, send me an email describing why you are interested in doing research in our group. Also, include some information about your career plans and academic standing at UNCG.