Jeff Aubé

Primary office:
Malott Hall

Jeffrey Aubé performs research related to the synthesis of biologically relevant compounds. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Miami (Florida) and did his post baccalaureate work at Duke and Yale.  He also serves as the Director of the KU Chemical Methodologies and Library Development Center ( and the KU Specialized Chemistry Center ( His current projects include searching for new kappa opioid binders with which to treat addiction and depression and inhibitors of the androgen biosynthesis enzyme CYP17A1 (in collaboration with Professor Scott).

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