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About Robert M. Strongin

Professor Robert M. Strongin's major interests and expertise are in functional materials design via physical organic and synthetic organic chemistry principles. He specializes in the design and evaluation of new materials as selective probes and chemosensors to address materials, bioorganic and biomedical problems.
He earned his doctorate in Organic Chemistry under the guidance of Professor Amos B. Smith, III at the University of Pennsylvania where his graduate research led to co-authorship of thirty peer-reviewed publications. After earning his doctorate, he began his first faculty appointment at Louisiana State University where he was the Phillip and Foymae Kelso West Distinguished Professor (1995-2006) and was named an Arnold and Mabel Beckman Young Investigator in 1998. He has won several other research and teaching awards and established the LSU Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity (IMSD) Program for training underrepresented groups in biomedical research. He moved to the Department of Chemistry at Portland State University in 2007.

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Present Professor, Portland State University Chemistry
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