Kate Graham, Ph.D.

Academic Degrees:
  • B.S., Montana State University, 1989
  • Ph.D., Cornell University, 1994
Research/Professional Interests

Currently my research projects are synthetic methodology projects in collaboration with Dr. Jones. These projects center around the development of new reactions used in the synthesis of biologically relevant small molecules. The structures of these compounds can then be determined with analytical techniques such as NMR, MS, and IR.

Other projects may be available that involve the development of new laboratory experiments for use in our undergraduate curriculum.

Kate Graham, associate professor of chemistry

CSB Ardolf Science Center 242
[email protected]

Contact the Chemistry Department
College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Dr. Alicia Peterson
Chair, Chemistry Department
CSB Ardolf Science Center 123 and 246