J. Christopher Love

Raymond A. (1921) And Helen E. St. Laurent Professor of Chemical Engineering

Support StaffMariann Murray

Chemical Engineering provides the intellectual framework to take your molecular concepts from ideas to scalable solutions so they can transform lives, whether its inventing new ways to make medicines, improving our knowledge and treatments for human disease, innovating approaches for sustainable energy, or making advanced materials with tailored properties.

Research Interests

micro/nanofabrication and surface chemistries, cellular immunology and infectious diseases, immunotherapy/vaccines, clinical diagnostics


Ph.D., Harvard University, 2004

B.S., University of Virginia, 1999


Honors and Awards

Raymond A. (1921) and Helen E. St. Laurent Chair in Chemical Engineering, 2018

Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, 2012

Two NIH Single-Cell Analysis Program awards, 2012

Popular Science's 'Brilliant 10, 2010

W.M. Keck Distinguished Young Scholar for Medical Research, 2009

Dana Scholar for Human Immunology, 2009

Life Sciences Research Foundation Postdoc Fellow (Gilead Sciences), 2004

Foresight Distinguished Student Award in Nanotechnology, 2000

Natl. Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow, 1999-2002

Barry S. Goldwater Scholarship, 1998

Phi Beta Kappa, 1998