If you are interested in joining the group and would like to know about current opportunities, please contact Prof. Vezenov and attach a statement of research interests and other relevant information (CV with a list of publications and names of references).
We currently do not have an open postdoctoral position.
All students in the group are enrolled in the graduate program with the department of chemistry, although enrollment in a bioengineering Ph.D. program is also possible (inquire directly with Prof. Vezenov). The graduate studies in the group are typically funded through a combination of teaching and research assistantships and departmental fellowships.
Inquires about chemistry graduate admissions can be directed here.
We have multiple opportunities for undergraduate students looking to get involved in independent laboratory research. Undergraduates in our laboratory have the opportunity to conduct independent projects on a range of interdisciplinary problems. Students with concentrations in chemistry, pre-medical, chemical engineering, or bioengineering are encouraged to contact us.
Opportunities exist to conduct research for credit (CHM 177, CHM 375, CHM 376 in LU course catalog), through federal work-study program, or during summer. Honors in chemistry require six or more credit hours of undergraduate research followed by a research presentation to a committee of the faculty members. Results of research can also be presented at Lehigh’s undergraduate research conferences or published in “Lehigh Review”. Sustained effort typically results in a co-authored peer-reviewed journal publication.