BS, Oral Roberts University; Ph.D., University of Michigan: PostDoc, Henry Ford Hospital
Dr. Paul Craig received his B.S. in Chemistry from Oral Roberts University in 1979, and his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry from The University of Michigan in 1985. Following a post-doc at Henry Ford Hospital (biophysical chemistry of blood clotting; 1985-1988), he spent five years as an analytical biochemistry at BioQuant, Inc., in Ann Arbor, Michigan before joining RIT in 1993. For more information, visit my personal links or go to my ORCID and NCBI pages.
In the News
December 4, 2019
Student to Student: Overcoming obstacles and achieving your goals
When Bilal Zeghum left RIT to help his family relocate, he thought he had met all the requirements for his degree. When he discovered he had not, it didn't stop him from continuing on his path to completing his education and entering a career in his field.
September 9, 2019
How to protect your emotional wellbeing
Chemistry World talks to Paul Craig, professor and department head in the School of Chemistry and Materials Science, about maintaining good emotional health while working in the science field.