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Haubrich, Brad

Brad A. Haubrich

Adjunct Professor, Science and Technology
Faculty Suite G, Room 2308

Brad A. Haubrich received his bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from Muhlenberg College. After working as a synthetic chemist, he attended Texas Tech University, where he studied bioorganic chemistry, drug design, metabolomics, and lipid pathways of microorganisms in the laboratory of Dr. W. David Nes. After receiving his Ph.D., Dr. Haubrich researched at the Institute for Rare and Neglected Diseases Drug Discovery in Mountain View, CA, under Dr. David C. Swinney, where he worked on drug discovery, repurposing, and molecular mechanisms of action of bioactive small molecules. Currently Dr. Haubrich works with Dr. Christopher W. Reid to investigate new small molecules targeting peptidoglycan biosynthesis in Gram-positive bacteria and mechanisms of their action.

Biology, Chemical Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Assay Development, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology, Drug Discovery, Enzymology, Medicinal Chemistry, Metabolomics, Microbiology, Molecular Mechanisms of Action

  • International Chemical Biology Society
  • American Chemical Society