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2012 Seminars

Nov. 30

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

Dr. Glen P. Jackson, of Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Ohio University, will visit FIU to present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935.

Nov. 16

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

Dr. Kevin Shaughnessy, of University of Alabama, will present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935 entitled, "Effect of ligand conformational flexibility on Palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions."

Nov. 9

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

Dr. Michael Sevilla of Oakland University, Detroit Michigan, will present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935, entitled, "Excited States, Electrons, Holes, and DNA Strand Breaks."

Nov. 2

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

Dr. Julia Kubanek of Georgia Tech. School of Biology & Chemistry and Biochemistry will present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935, entitled, "Warding Off Disease on Coral Reefs: Antifungal Chemical Cues in Tropical Seaweeds and their future in drug discovery".

Oct. 19

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

Dr. Greg Roth of the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute in Orlando, will present a departmental seminar as part of the Fall 2012 Seminar Series.

Oct. 12

11am - 12pm, PG-134

Dr. Nathalie Agar, of the Brigham Women's Hospital at Harvard Medical School, will present a departmental seminar as part of the Fall Seminar Series, entitled, "Molecular Imaging of Tissue with Mass Spectrometry for Surgical Neuropathology and Drug Studies."

Oct. 5

11am - 12pm, PG5-134

On October 5th at 11 AM in PG5-134 we will have a Departmental Seminar in the Fall Semester 2012 series. Our invited speaker will be Dr. Robert Hondal from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Vermont. The seminar title will be " The Selenium Paradox: The Chemical Basis for the Use of Selenocysteine in Enzymes Cellular Processing of Drug and Gene Delivery Biomaterials."

Apr. 5

12pm - 2pm, GL 220

The Department of Cellular Biology and Pharmacology Presents:"The therapeutic potential of antimicrobial and anti-diabetic peptides from frog skin"GL 220, April 5, 2012, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM, Dr.J. Michael Conlon.