Christopher Chang

Christopher J. Chang
Born 1974
Ames, Iowa
Residence Berkeley, California
Citizenship United States
Fields Chemistry
Institutions UC Berkeley
Alma mater California Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Doctoral advisor Daniel G. Nocera
Spouse Michelle Chang

Christopher J. Chang is a professor of chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, a recipient of several young scientist awards for his research in bioinorganic chemistry, molecular and chemical biology.[1][2]

His research interests include molecular imaging sensors for the study of redox biology[3][4] and metals,[5] especially as applied to neuroscience and immunology, metal catalysts for renewable energy cycles, and green chemistry.[1]


Personal life

Christopher is married to his colleague from the department of chemistry, Michelle Chang, another 2008 TR35 award recipient.[8]


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