Spring 2003

Faculty Seminars

Seminars are held in the Chemistry Building, Room LL16 at 4:00 p.m. on Fridays unless otherwise specified. Refreshments are served at 3:45 p.m. For more information call (502) 852-6798.

January 17

Professor Thressa Stadtman, NIH
Selenium pathways for selenophosphate and selenoenzyme biosynthesis

January 24

Professor Steve Koch, SUNY-Stony Brook
Was Dr. Frankenstein the First Synthetic Inorganic Chemists and Other Questions Related to the Bioinorganic Chemistry of Hydrogenase Enzymes

January 31

Professor Pat Hatcher, Ohio State University
1-,2-, and 3-D NMR techniques used to understand the chemistry of natural organic matter in soils and sediments

February 7

Professor Richard Higashi, University of California, Davis
Prospects and Perspectives from Two Decades of Metabolite Profiling by Mass Spectrometry

February 21

Professor Allan Butterfield, University of Kentucky
Oxidative Stress and Neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's Disease Brain: Centrol Role of Amyloid_b-Peptide (1-42)

February 28

Professor James Burgess, Case Western University
Biological Structures on Electrode Surfaces: DNA/Drug Interactions and Enzymatic Electron Transfer Reactions

March 7

Dr. Mark Schoenfisch, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Nitric Oxide-Releasing Sol-Gels: Towards Improving the Biocompatibility of In Vivo Biosensors

March 14

Professor Michael Baldwin, University of Cincinnati
Oxygen Activation by NI(II) Polyoximate Complexes

March 21, To be held in Floyd Theater, SAC

Professor Ned Seeman, New York University
The Donald E. Williams Memorial Lecture

April 4

Professor Jerry Atwood, University of Missouri
Molecular Capsules or How Solid is the Organic Solid State?

April 11

Professor Linda Nicholson, Cornell University
Dynamics, Thermodynamics, and Insights into Protein Function

April 18

Dr. Ed Solomon

April 25

Professor Brad Chaires, University of Mississippi
Engergetics of Drug-DNA Interactions

May 1

Dr. Edward I. Stiefel, Princeton University
Bioinorganic Chemistry and the Biogeochemical Cycles: Metals, Microbes, Myths and Mysteries

May 2

Dr. Edward I. Stiefel, Princeton University
Transition Metal Sulfur Chemistry: Fundamental Reactivity Trends and Their Exploitations in New Technology

Student Seminars

Graduate student seminars are held in the Chemistry Building, Room LL-16 at 2:30 p.m. on Thursdays unless otherwise specified. For more information, call (502) 852-6798.

January 27

Shawn Kellie (L)

February 10

Maxim Pometun (R)

February 17

Mike West (L)

February 24

Anna Tchernatynskaia (L)

March 3

Danielle Franco (L)

March 10

Philip Bauer (R)

March 24

Shawn Kellie (R)

March 31

Diana Alvarez (R)

April 7

Francisco Ibanez (L)

April 14

Susan Sun