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Tyler Doyon, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry

Teaching Interests
  • Organic Chemistry (CHEM 325/326)
  • Foundations of Biochemistry (CHEM 352)
Research and Creative Activities

My lab focuses our research on the following areas of interest:

  • Biocatalysis: the development and use of enzymes in organic synthesis.
  • Enzymology: the study and characterization of the properties of enzymes.
  • Bioremediation: the use of enzymes (and the microorganisms that produce them) to break down unwanted chemical waste products.
  • B.S. in Honors Biochemistry (2010-2015, University of Michigan-Flint)
  • Ph.D. in Chemical Biology (2015-2020, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)
  • Post-Doctoral Research Associate (2021-2022, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Published Research

Professional Memberships

Member, American Chemical Society (2011-current)