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Recruiting Seminars 2022-2023

To schedule a seminar, please contact Jennifer Brown.

  • Joshua Baccile – Chemical Biology – “Interrogation of the Isoprenoid Pathway Using a Prodrug-Like Strategy with Metabolic Precursors”
  • Constance Bailey – Organic Chemistry – “Strategies to Expand Synthetic Biology with Bacterial Megasythases”
  • Michael Best – Organic Chemistry – “Stimuli-responsive liposomes using synthetic lipid switches for drug delivery applications”
  • John Brantley – Organic Chemistry – “Exploring New Chemical Space for Tunable Soft Materials”
  • Mark Dadmun – Polymer Chemistry – “New Polymeric Materials to Expand Opportunities for 3D Printing”
  • Prof. Thanh Do – Physical/Analytical Chemistry – “Investigate Biomolecular Structures with Mass Spectrometry & Crystallography” 2.”Cyclosporines: New Stories From an Old Molecule”
  • Fred Heberle –Physical Chemistry – “A Raft on Stormy Seas: Using Physical Chemistry to Unlock the Mysteries of Cell Membranes”
  • David Jenkins – Inorganic Chemistry – “The Myriad Applications of NHC Ligands: From Aziridination to Nanoparticle Functionalization”
  • Brian Long – Polymer Chemistry – “Make It or Break It: Using the Power of Polymer Chemistry to Advance Membrane Science”
  • Viktor Nemykin – Inorganic – “Creating New Electron-Deficient Types of Functional Dyes that are Potentially Useful as Electron Acceptors in Solar Cells”
  • Sharani Roy – Computational Chemistry – “Developing Atomistic Models of Chemistry at Surfaces and Interfaces”
  • Konstantinos Vogiatzis – Computational & Theoretical Chemistry – – “Exploring Chemistry with Quantum Chemistry and Machine Learning”
  • Bin Zhao – Polymer Chemistry – “Responsive and Functional Organic Materials”