University of Vermont

College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Chemistry

Chemistry Seminars

The Department of Chemistry

Fall 2004: Schedule of Seminars & Events

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 AM - Angell B112

Coffee at 10:45 AM in Cook A229

SPEAKER

TITLE

HOST

DATE

Fred Regnier

Purdue University

Developing Proteomic Methods That Search For Disease Markers

DEM

9/9/04

Faculty Meeting

 

 

9/21/04

Alyssa Friis

Senior Seminar: Nanoscale Polymeric Micelles As Drug Delivery Systems

 

9/30/04

2004 Humphrey Symposium

8:30am-2:00pm 9/25/04

Chang Y. Ryu

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Polymer Nanopore Adsorption and Adsorption-Based Chromatography

DAS

10/7/04

Faculty Meeting

 

 

10/12/04

Leslie McQuire

Novartis

Careers for Chemists in the Pharmaceutical Industry: What Chemists Really Do and the Skills Industry Looks For

MAC

10/14/04

James Rusling

Univ of Conn

Nanoscale Design of Biosensors for Toxicity Screening and Biomedical Applications

WEG

10/28/04

Barbara Zielinska

Desert Research Institute

Reno, Nevada

Overview of the Desert Research Institute and Its Organic Analytical Laboratory

GAP

11/11/04

Richard McCreery

Ohio State University

Electron Transport and Redox Reactions in Carbon-based Molecular Electronic Junctions

WEG

11/18/04

Simon Blakey

California Institute of Technology

Inspiration from the Deep: Synthetic Strategies for the Marine Metabolites Aplyronine C and Diazonamide A

JSM

*11/18/04

4:00 PM

Jetze Tepe

Michigan State Univ.

Synthesis of Biologically Active Heterocycles

JSM

*11/19/04

2:30 PM

Brian Connell

Cal Tech

Part I. Total Synthesis of Roxaticin. Part II. A Triple Bond Wittig Reaction: Conversion of Acid Chlorides and Nitriles to Alkynes

GKF

11/30/04

Liming Zhang

Univ. of Chicago

Exploring  New Chemistry of “New” and “Old” Species

TSH

12/7/04

Thomas Pettus

Univ. of California, Santa Barbara

The Enantioselective Synthesis of the Anticancer Agent “Pro-Prurigo” aka (4R-6S)-Dihydroxy-4-[10(Z)-heptadecenyl]-2-cyclohexenone. New Vistas in the Synthesis and Reactions of 0-Quinone Methides and Cyclohexadienones

GKF

12/9/04

Jason Chruma

Columbia Univ.

Employing Synthesis to Address Medicinal and Bio-Organic Concerns

TSH

12/14/04

11:45 AM

Matthias Brewer

Univ. of California, Irvine

Synthesis of Mechanism-Based Inhibitors of Botulinum Neurotoxin Serotypes A and B and Approaches to the Synthesis of Hetisine

JSM

12/16/04

 

The Department of Chemistry

Spring 2005: Schedule of Seminars & Events

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 AM - Angell B112

Coffee at 10:45 AM in Cook A229

SPEAKER

TITLE

HOST

DATE

Amy Prieto

Harvard University

Shape Control of Inorganic Nanostructures: Thermoelectric Wires and Charge Density Wave Belts

CCL

1/4/05

Cora MacBeth

California Institute of Technology

Small Molecular Coordination and Activation at Transition Metal Centers Supported by Tripodal Ligand Systems

MAC

1/6/05

Brad Holliday

MIT

Electronic Interactions in Hybrid Conducting Polymer Systems

WEG

1/13/05

Amy Palmer

Stanford University

In Vitro and In Vivo Approaches to Elucidate Protein-Metal /Ion Interactions and Reactions

MAC

1/18/05

Shawn Burdette

Univ. Calif. Berkeley

Investigation of Zinc Metalloneurochemistry with Fluorescein-based Fluorescent Sensors

CCL

1/25/05

Faculty Meeting

 

 

2/22/05

Chris Barrett

McGill University

Self-Assembly of Light-Responsive Biopolymers: Mimicking Mother Nature

DAS

2/24/05

Environmental Safety Facility Seminar

Good Chemical Labeling: The Key to Laboratory Emergency Response

 

3/1/05

Faculty Meeting

 

 

3/15/05

Michael Richmond

University of Texas

Synthesis Reactivity Studies of Osmium Carbonyl Diphosphine Clusters

WEG

3/24/05

Environmental Safety Facility UVM Model Lab Reception (Cook Fourier)

3/29/05

Faculty Meeting

 

 

4/19/05

Departmental Awards Ceremony

4/21/05

ACS Green Chemistry

Green Chemistry and Product Design: Opportunities for All Chemists and Engineers in the 21st Century

4/21/05 5:30 PM

Kalkin 002

Undergraduate Seminars: Anna Boardman –Detection of Alcohol Metabolism in Hair

John Piggot – Characterization of Single-Walled Nanotubes

4/26/05

Timothy L. Macdonald

University of Virginia

Molecular Pharmacology of Sphingosine-1-phosphate Signaling

JSM

4/28/05

Biochemistry Undergraduate Seminars: Justin DeCarreau – Quantum Dots in Biochemistry; Joshua Knapp – Engineering Biocatalysts: Techniques and Methodologies for Breeding Novel Enzymes; Brad Elmer -  Protein Degradation

4/28/05

3:30 PM

Given C443

Undergraduate Seminars: Kelly Perry – Nanocomposites as Chemical Sensors

Thomas Matthews – DNA as Molecular Wires: Long-Range Charge Transfer

5/3/05

Undergraduate Seminar: Michael Thomsen – Organic-Inorganic Hybrids

5/5/04

Faculty Meeting

 

 

5/17/05

 

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