Professional Seminars

Professional Seminars Archive

*All Seminars are scheduled for 1 PM, Patricia A. Sullivan Science Building, 301 McIver Street, Rm 201, unless otherwise stated.

October 23, 2015

Dr. Erik Alexanian

Associate Professor
UNC Chapel Hill

“New Strategies for Hydrocarbon Functionalization”

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October 16, 2015

Dr. Mitchell Croatt

Panel Discussion
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, UNCG

Experiences and Advice from UNCG Alumni

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October 9, 2015

Dr. Marcy Balunas

Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
University of Connecticut

“Functional and Biosynthetic Analyses of Secondary Metabolites in Host-Microbe Symbioses”

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October 2, 2015

Dr. Michael G. Walter

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
UNC Charlotte

“Linking Molecular Structure to the Singlet Exciton Diffusivity in Photoactive Porphyrin Thin Films”

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September 25, 2015

Dr. Bakhos A. Tannous

Associate Professor of Neurology
Director: Interdepartmental Neuroscience Center
Harvard Medical School and
Massachusetts General Hospital

“Cancer Cells and Stem Cells: Diagnostics and Therapeutic Perspectives”

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September 18, 2015

Dr. Roger G. Linington

Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in High-Throughput Screening and Chemical Biology
Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University

“Integration of High-Content Screening and Untargeted Metabolomics for Comprehensive Functional Annotation of Natural Product Libraries”

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September 11, 2015

Dr. David G.I. Kingston

University Distinguished Professor
Department of Chemistry
Virginia Tech Center for Drug Discovery

“Natural Products: Drugs for All Reasons and All Seasons”

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September 4, 2015

Dr. Ryan Murelli

Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center
City University of New York

“New Synthetic Methods and Strategies for Drug Discovery and Development”

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April 24, 2015

5th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research Excellence

Presented by Senior Undergraduate Researchers at the UNCG Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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April 17, 2015

Dr. Mitch Croatt Panel Discussion

“Advice, Experiences, and Information Dealing with Professional Schools”

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April 10, 2015

Aaron T. Wright, Senior Scientist

Biological Sciences Division
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

“Chemical Probing to Investigate Human Phase I Metabolism and Microbial Protein Functions and Regulation”

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March 27, 2015

Dr. Joanna Burdette

University of Illinois at Chicago

“Characterization of non-steroidal progestins from botanicals for women’s health”

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March 20, 2015

Renée Hayslett, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Mercer University College of Pharmacy

“Validation of adolescent chronic restraint stress as an animal model of depression”

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March 6, 2015

Dr. Mindy Levine

Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry, University of Rhode Island

“Macrocycle Interactions: From Fundamental Science to Application Performance”

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February 27, 2015

Dr. Mitchell Croatt

Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, UNCG

“Towards the Ideal Synthesis: Discovery and Design of New Reactions”

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February 20, 2015

Dr. Jon C. Antilla

University of South Florida, Department of Chemistry

“Reaction Methodology Utilizing Chiral Phosphate Derived Catalysts”

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February 13, 2015

Dr. Herman Holt Jr.

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Chair, Department of Chemistry
UNC Asheville

“Synthesis of Heterocyclic Combretastatin and Chalcone Molecules”

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February 6, 2015

Dr. Gregory H. Robinson

The University of Georgia Department of Chemistry
Foundation Distinguished Professor

“Carbene-Stabilization of Highly Reactive Molecules”

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January 30, 2015

Dr. Paul Lewer

Research Fellow Dow AgroSciences

“Natural Products Development at Dow AgroSciences”

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January 23, 2015

Dr. Peter Stout

Director of the Center for Forensic Sciences

“The Fragility of Justice: Why Forensic Science (and particularly chemistry) Matters to You”

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