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Visiting Speaker Seminars


Seminars will be held on Mondays at 4:00 - 4:50 pm in Room 104 Stadler Hall during the remodeling of Benton Hall.  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 2017

Monday,
Aug 21

EHS Safety Training


Monday,
Aug 28



EHS Safety Training

 

Monday,
Sept 4


Labor Day, no colloquium

 

Monday,
Sept 11


Dr. Michael J. Shaw
(SIU-Edwardsville)
"Consequences of Reduction of [Ru(NO)(por)Cl] (and related) Complexes in THF"

Host:
Wilking

Monday,
Sept 18

Dr. Peter Andreana (The University of Toledo)
"Employing Chemical Glycobiology for Immunotherapeutic Approaches Directed at Cancer"

Host: Demchenko

Monday
Sept 25

H. Peter Kleine (Millipore Sigma)
"Bioconjugation and Antibody Drug Conjugates, an Organic Chemist's Journey"

Host
Hamper

Monday,
  Oct 2

Dr. Serey Korolev (Saint Louis University)
"Novel structure and mechanism of phospholipase PLA2G6 associated with Parkinson’s disease"

Host:
Demchenko


Monday,
Oct  9

Dr. Joan Brennecke (University of Texas-Austin)
"Ionic Liquids for Post-Combustion CO2 Capture"

Host:
Chem Grad Stu. Assoc.

Monday
Oct 16

Dr. Alexander Barnes (Washington University in St. Louis)
"Boosting NMR Sensitivity with High Frequency Microwaves and Electron Spins"

Host
Nichols
 

Monday
Oct 23

       

Dr. Michael Gross  (Washington University in St. Louis)
"A role for mass spectrometry in protein biophysics"

       

Host:
 Bythell

Monday
Oct 30

Dr. Chin-Chuan Wei (SIU-Edwardsville)
"Calcium-Induced Interactions in Enzyme and Signaling Systems"

Host:

Bashkin

Monday,
Nov 6


Dr. Gary Grubbs
(Missouri University of Science and Technology)
Using Fine and Hyperfine Effects to Provide Qualitative and Quantitative Insights into Molecular Structure and Chirality: A Game of Quantum Chemical Tag″

 

Host:
O'Brien:

 

Monday,
Nov 13

Dr. Maria Kontoyianni (SIU-E, School of Pharmacy)
“An integrated computational strategy to probe molecular recognition in the human cytochrome P450 3A4”

Host:
Wong
 


Monday
Nov 20


Thanksgiving holiday, no colloquium


Monday
Nov 27


Dr. Chung Wong (UMSL)
"Drugs Don't Bind Still.  They Run.  They Walk.  They Crawl.  Illnesses Withdraw"

Host:
Demchenko


Monday
Dec 4


Dr. George Gokel (UMSL)
"Synthetic Ion Channels that Reverse Antibiotic Resistance"

Host:
Demchenko

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