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VISITING SPEAKER SEMINAR PROGRAMS

SEMINAR PROGRAMS
CHEMISTRY HOMEPAGE

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

Winter 2004

   
Thursday,
December 11
Minae Mure, University of California-Berkeley Topaquinone and Copper in Copper Amine Oxidase”  
Wednesday,
December 17
Chung Wong, University of California-San Diego Quantitative Modeling of Biomolecular Interactions
 
Monday,
January 5
Alejandro Heuck, Texas A&M University Analysis of the Perfringolysin O Pore Formation Mechanism using Fluorescence Spectroscopy
 
Monday,
January 12
Open
 
Thaursday,
January 15
Marcia Fenley, Florida State University Uncovering the Role of the Anionic Protein Residues on the Salt Dependence of the Protein-Nucleic Acid Binding Process
 
Monday,
January 19
Holiday  
Monday,
January 26
Andreas Franken, Vanderbilt University New Monocarbaboranes: Synthesis, Structure and Potential applications
Host:
L. Barton
Monday,
February 9
Thomas Smith, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Metals in Biology: Structural Studies on a Zinc Transporter and Calcium Channel Inhibitor Host:
N. Rath
Monday,
February 16
Robert Doerksen, University of Pennsylvania A composite computational approach for design of nontoxic antimicrobial
oligomers
 
Monday,
Febrary 23
Sonya J. Franklin, The University of Iowa Chimeric Metallopeptide Nucleases: the HTH as a Scaffold for De Novo Design

Host:
C. Dupureur
Monday,
March 1
Randall Halcomb, University of Colorado Synthesis of Glycopeptides and their Mimetics
Host:
A. Demchenko
Monday,
March 8
Sheryl Tucker, University of Missouri-Columbia Spectroscopic Characterization and Application of Dendritic Polymers as Selective Uptake Devices Host:
J. Chickos
Monday,
March 15
102 Benton Hall
The Seventh Annual Robert W. Murray Lecture Jacqueline K. Barton, Arthur and Marian Hanish Memorial Professor and Professor of Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology DNA Charge Transport Chemistry and Biology  Host:
L. Barton
Monday,
March 22
Spring Break  
Monday,
March 29
Robert J. Linhardt, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Advances in the Synthesis of Acidic Oligosaccharides Host:
A. Demchenko
Monday,
April 5
**3:30**
 Stephen Hanessian, University of Montreal Incentives toward New Methodology through Natural Product Synthesis Host:
A. Demchenko
Monday,
April 12
Ravindra K. Pandey, Roswell Park Cancer Institute Medical Applications of Porphyrin-Based Compounds
Host:
V. D'Souza
Monday,
April 19
Mark McMills, Ohio University Metallocarbenoids: One Intermediate, Several Synthetic Outcomes Host:
F. C. Pigge
Monday,
April 26
James Rigby, Wayne State University Novel Cycloaddition Strategies for Natural Product Synthesis Host:
F. C. Pigge

Monday,
May 3

Distinguished Alumni Lecture Jean Huhmann-Vincent, Air Products and Chemicals Organosilicon Molecules for Integrated Circuit Manufacturing

Previous Seminars
 

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Updated: June 21, 2004

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