Kadnikova research group Group members Research Publications Useful links Teaching


Welcome to Prof. Kadnikova's research group!

Please look around our web site and feel free to contact me if you have any questions or are interested in joining my group:

Prof. Ekaterina N. Kadnikova

Department of Chemistry
University of Missouri-Kansas City
109B Spencer Chemistry Building
5100 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO 64110

Phone 816-235-5937
Fax 816-235-5502
E-mail: kadnikovae @ umkc.edu

Brief information about our research program can be found by following the Research link. You can check out our Publications and recent presentations and meet our current and past Group members.

We are a young group and we welcome motivated students and researchers. Read on for details!


If you are interested in research in our lab, please e-mail me to arrange a meeting to discuss your interests and possible research projects. UMKC students can take their first steps in our lab by taking CHEM 395, 399, 495, or 499 for research credit or by volunteering. Paid summer positions can be available after that.


If you are seeking a PhD or MS degree, feel free to e-mail me to discuss your background and research interests.

Most of the pertinent information about our graduate programs and application process are on our graduate recruitment page. Our senior secretary, Ms. Florence Middleton (middletonf@umkc.edu), can help with the information regarding application and admission. Please note that to start the PhD program in the Summer or Fall of 2010, applications should be complete by February 2010. That includes all test scores (TOEFL and GRE), recommendation letters etc. If you are an international student, your application must first go through the International Students Affairs Office. After they deem it complete, your file is forwarded to the Chemistry Graduate Recruiting Committee, which makes the final decision on admission.

The Chemistry Department has a limited number of teaching assistantships for incoming graduate students. Prof. Jerry Yanching Jean is a chair of the Chemistry Graduate Recruiting Committee during 2009-2010. Please contact him if you need any help with the application process. Also, do not hesitate to contact me directly if you need information about status of your application, once you apply.


No postdoctoral positions are available at this time.

Created by Prof. Kadnikova
Last Updated on September 30, 2009
hit counter javascript
myspace hit counter