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Visiting Speaker Seminar Programs

Seminars are held on Mondays at 4:00 - 4:50 pm in Room 451 Benton Hall, unless otherwise specified. Refreshments 15 minutes prior to seminar time. Seminars are attended by faculty, postdocs, and graduate students from all divisions, as well as undergraduate chemistry majors typically in their final semester.

Fall 2016

Monday,
Aug 22

ACS National Meeting

Monday,
Aug 29

Reserved

Monday,
Sep 5

Labor Day Holiday

Monday,
Sep 12

EHS Training - Waste Management and Emergency Response

Monday,
Sep 19

Prof Jim Bashkin (UMSL)
"Antiviral Agents for HPV and Polyomaviruses; how the rules for polyamide-DNA recognition must be discarded in many cases"

Host:
Wong

Monday,
Sep 26

Dr. Ruth Nussiinov (NIH: Center for Cancer Research)
"Oncogenic K-Ras: A Mechanistic Structural View"

Host
Wong

Monday,
Oct 3

 

Host:
Wong

Monday,
Oct 10

Prof. Luigi Panza (Univ. of Eastern Piedment, Novara, Italy)
"Boron-containing carbohydrates for boron neutron capture therapy"

Host:
Demchenko

Monday,
Oct 17

Prof. Michael D. Clift (University of Kansas)
"New reactions inspired by cofactor-mediated transformations"

Host
Bauer

Monday,
Oct 24

Dr. Tanja Mittig (St. Jude's Childrens' Research Hospital)
"Disordered protein regions and multivalency: Basis for phase separation and function of membraneless organelles"

Host
Nichols

Monday,
Oct 31

Dr. Gurmeet Singh (Delhi University)
″Synthetic, Spectral and Structural Studies of a Schiff Base and its Anticorrosive Activity on Mild Steel in H2SO4

Rath:

Monday,
Nov 7

Prof. Hien Nguyen (U of Iowa)
"Synthesis of Bioactive Carbohydrates and Fluorinated Molecules for PET Imaging"

Host:
Demchenko

Monday,
Nov 14

The Prof. GeorgeGokel, ((UMSL) talk "Supramolecular Amphiphiles that Re-sensitize Resistant Microbes to Antibiotics" HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Host:
Majzoub

Monday,
Nov 21

Fall Break

Monday,
Nov 28

Prof. Michael R. Nichols (UMSL)
"Protein-protein interactions in neurodegenerative disease and inflammation"

Host:
Wong

Dec 5

Prof. Gregory Bowman (Washington University)
"Harnessing conformational heterogeneity for the design of new proteins and drugs"

Host
Wong

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