Gregg B. Fields

Gregg B. Fields, Ph.D., FNAI

College:

Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

Titles:

Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Director, Center for Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

Research:

Dr. Fields applies chemistry in novel ways to answer important biological questions, many of which assist in the diagnosis and treatment of major diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis and cancer.

Notable Accomplishments:

Dr. Fields is a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is a renowned researcher who holds six U.S. patents and has one application being reviewed. The technology developed by Dr. Fields has resulted in three commercial products, currently sold by five different companies. He has authored or coauthored more than 260 scientific publications and has presented more than 190 invited lectures.

SPOTLIGHT STORIES

Jillian Coyle

Arts and Letters

Jillian is currently studying Interdisciplinary Studies and minoring in Leadership. Her advice to all students is to get involved. As the President of Sigma Kappa, she’s been able to cultivate her leadership skills while meeting new people and enjoying campus life. more

Kevin Jacques

College of Science

Kevin is double majoring in Chemistry and Biology and is an active member of the FAU student body. His advice to students is to use all the resources FAU has to offer to pursue opportunities that will ultimately enhance career prospects in the future. more

Eric Kelly

PRESIDENT AT QUANTUM FOUNDATION

As board chair of the Health Beginnings Systems in Palm Beach County, Kelly leads a legislatively formed delegation of community leaders in the implementation of a multi-pronged strategy to successfully reduce those infant mortality rates in Palm Beach County. more

FACULTY

Gregg B. Fields, Ph.d., Fnai

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

Dr. Fields is a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. more

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