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 2016

Monday,
Jan 25

Prof Ryan Groeneman (Webster University) 
"Varying the Chemistry of the Solid State Via Co-Crystallization”

Host:
Rath

Monday,
Feb 1

  Prof. Chenglong Li, (Ohio State University)
 “Structure-Based Drug Design (SBDD) Targeting The IL-6/STAT3 Signaling Axis”


Host:
Wong

Monday,
Feb 8

Prof. Gregory Poon, (Georgia State University)
"The ETS family transcription factors: Divergent traits of a convergent fold"

Host:
Bashkin

Monday,
Feb 15

Prof Jim Edwards, (Saint Louis University)
“Metabolomic Technologies for Understanding the Biochemistry of Diabetic Complications”

Host:
Bythell

Monday,
Feb 22

Prof. Nikolay Gerasimchuk, ( Missouri State University)
"Chemistry and applications of cyanoximes and their metal complexes"

Host:
Demchenko

Monday
Feb 29

 Prof. Kristina Hakansson, (University of Michigan)
"Gas-Phase Ion-Electron and Ion-Photon Reactions for Biomolecular Structural Determination and Discovery"

Host
Bythell

Monday,
Mar 7

   Prof. Peter Cornish, (University of  Missouri-Columbia)
″Roadblocks in proteins synthesis: Unraveling the helicase activity of the ribosome with smFRET″

Host:
Dupureur

Monday,
Mar 14

ACS National Meeting, San Diego.


 

Monday
Mar 21

The 19th Annual Robert W. Murray Lecture, 
Professor Michael J. Krische
, (University of Texas-Austin)
“Formation of C-C Bonds via Catalytic Hydrogenation and Transfer Hydrogenation",  For details click here

Host
Barton
 

Monday
Mar 28

Spring Break

 
 

Monday,
Arpil 4

Prof. John Anthony, (University of Kentucky)
Molecule design for organic electronics.

Host:
CGSA
 

Monday,
April 11

Prof. William C. Groutas, (Wichita State University)
"Macrocyclic Inhibitors of Norovirus 3CL Protease"

Host:
Bashkin
 

Monday,
April 18

Prof. Prof. Pengfei Wang,  (University of Alabama-Birmingham)
“Synthesis of Saponin-based Vaccine Adjuvants and Development of New Photochemical Reactions”

Host:
Demchenko
 

Monday,
April 25

Graduate Research Fair

   

Monday
May 2

Distinguished Alumni Lecture, Michael J. Finkes, BS 1973, MS 1978. (Retired Monsanto Co)
"My Journey with Monsanto from Herbicides to GMOs".  For the poster click here.

Host:
Barton

 

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