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.

Spring 2017

Monday,
Jan 23

EHS Safety Training

 

Monday,
 Jan 30

EHS Safety Training


 

Monday,
Feb 6

Dr. Jason Starkey, (Senior Director, Biotherapeutical Sciences, Pfizer Biotech.)
"Antibody Drug conjugates (ADCs): The biology, chemistry and clinical development".

 Host:
Wong

Monday,
Feb 13

   Dr. Vikas Telvekar, (Institute of Chemical Technology, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Mumbai, India)
"Iodine Reagents in Organic Synthesis"

Host:
Demchenko

Monday,
Feb 20

Dr. Daryl Clerc, (Artek, Product Development Inc.)
"Nonlinear Effects in Evolution"

  Host:
   Wong

Monday
Feb 27

Dr. Manashi Nath, (Dept. of Chemistry, Missouri S & T)
"Designing Smart Materials for Efficient Energy Conversion:  The Story of Transition Metal Chalcogenides"

Host
Wilking

Monday,
Mar 6


Dr.Paul Jelliss (Saint Louis University)
"Rhenacarborane complexes as CNS drug delivery agents: Crossing the blood-brain barrier"

Host:
Bauer

Monday,
Mar 13

Dr. David Crich (Wayne State University)
″Shaping Next Generation Aminoglycoside Antibiotics for Treatment of Multidrug Resistant Disease″.

Host:
Chem Grad Stu. Assoc.

Monday
Mar 20

Dr. Till Opatz (Institute of Organic Chemistry, Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany)
"A Passion for Nitrogen-Amine Functionalization, Sustainable chemistry, and bioactive Natural Products"

Host
Demchenko
 

Monday
Mar 27

 Spring Break

Monday
Apr 3

 

ACS National Meeting

Monday,
Apr 10

Dr. Thomas Cho (Saint Louis University)
"Mutual modulation of MIF and bacterial endotoxin may play an important role in the pathogenesis of sepsis"


Host:
Dupureur:

 

Monday,
Apr 17

The Twentieth Annual Robert W. Murray Lecture, Dr. Karen Wooley, (Texas A & M University)
"Functional Polymer Materials Designed for Environmental Remediation and Sustainability" Click here for an abstract.

Host:
Barton
 

Monday,
Apr 24

Dr. William L. Neumann, PhD 1987 (SIU-E, School of Pharmacy)
“5-Membered Heterocycles in Drug Discovery:  From Parkinson’s to Peroxynitrite”

Host:
Demchenko

Monday
May 1

Distinguished Alumni Lecture, Dr Dennis Parazak,  BS 1982, MS 1988, PhD 1995 (Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation)
"A Career Path in Solving Problems: Applications of Surface & Colloidal Chemistry in Complex Systems"

Host:
Barton

 

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