Dr. Jason Locklin
Associate Professor- Department of Chemistry
Associate Professor of Biochemical Engineering
Director of Integrated Bioscience and Nanotechnology Cleanroom (iBioNC)
University of Georgia
Jason Locklin obtained both his BS in Chemistry (1999) from Millsaps College and his Ph.D. (2004) at the University of Houston under the direction of Rigoberto Advincula. In 2005, he moved to Stanford University as an Intelligence Community Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Zhenan Bao. In 2007, he joined the facility at the University of Georgia as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Faculty of Engineering. He has been awarded the Central Intelligence Agency Young Investigator Award (2007) and the NSF CAREER Award (2010).
Jason is committed to producing bright, well-rounded graduates by exposing his students to multi-disciplinary research.
Riverbend Research South, 177
220 Riverbend Road
Athens, GA 30602
Title: Making Surfaces Smart
The Department of Chemistry offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Chemistry. Our undergraduates have the option of obtaining an ACS-certified B.S. in Chemistry. We graduate around 40 B.S. Chemists each year. Our graduate degree program is a research-intensive program with an emphasis on coursework required for in-depth training in a particular project. We also emphasize interdisciplinary training to prepare our graduates for multiple career paths. Through the links below, you can find out about both ourundergraduate and graduate programs, how to apply for admission, the curricula offered, and the research interests of our faculty. In addition, information about financial aid for graduate students is available. Also check out the instructional resources available to our students.