Harnessing the energy of collaboration to improve human health

The Medicinal Chemistry Collaborative is an interdisciplinary network of scientists at UNC Greensboro and the surrounding Triad region. We are united by a bold agenda, which is to apply our research to develop effective therapeutics for cancer and infectious disease.  Equally as important, we are training the next generation of scientists, through involvement in hands on research with undergraduate and graduate students.  Working together and engaging with the greater community (locally, nationally, and internationally), we are committed making new scientific discoveries and translating those findings into tangible strategies for improving human health.

Recent News

New Members, New Group Photo, and Mapping Southerness

The Medicinal Chemistry Collaborative met in November at the downtown Greensboro HQ to welcome new members Dean John Kiss from […]

Posted on December 24, 2019


Dr. Joshua Kellogg smiling with daughter on shoulders

Dr. Joshua Kellogg Receives NIH Postdoctoral Research Fellowship – First of This Kind at UNC Greensboro!

Congratulations to Dr. Joshua Kellogg, who was awarded a National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for his project “Complex […]

Posted on December 24, 2019


Check Out Our Annual Profile!

Be sure to check out our 2017-18 annual report, which highlights all of the Medicinal Chemistry Collaborative’s activities, accomplishments, and […]

Posted on December 24, 2019


Success Stories

Triad mass spectrometry facility: solving problems for local industries

Our laboratory specializes in metabolomics and small molecule mass spectrometry. We provide quantitative LC-MS, fragmentation (MS-MS or MSn), GC-MS and […]