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Spring 2009 Seminar Schedule
All seminars begin at 4:15 pm in Reiss 262 unless otherwise noted.
Date/HostSpeakerTitle
Thursday 8 January
Prof. Warren
Ms. Yosra Badiei
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Hydrocarbons Activate! Copper Nitrenes in Catalytic C-H Bond Functionalization”
Thursday 15 January
Prof. Yang
Mr. Phil Hagan
Georgetown University
Safety & Environmental Management
Safety Seminar
Thursday 22 January
Prof. Ichiye
Prof. Vladislav Sadtchenko
The George Washington University
"Buried ice interface: structure and transport properties of aqueous phase at grain boundaries in fine polycrystalline ice."
Thursday 29 January
Prof. Holman
Prof. Seth Cohen
University of California, San Diego
"Covalent Postsynthetic Modification of Metal-Organic Frameworks"
Thursday 5 February
Prof. Kertesz
Prof. Peter Stephens
Stony Brook University
“Better chemistry through powder diffraction”
Tuesday 17 February
Prof. Holman
Prof. Philip Gale
University of Southampton
“New anion receptors and membrane transport agents”
Thursday 19 February
Prof. Wolf
Prof. Paul Carlier
Virginia Tech
“Stopping the Clock; Capturing a Dynamically Chiral Potassium Enolate”
Thursday 26 February
Prof. Moasser
Prof. Maurice Brookhart
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
TBA
Thursday 5 March
Prof. Rubinson
Dr. Paul Butler
National Institute of Standards and Technology
“Towards understanding self assembled morphologies in binary mixtures of phospholipids: bicelles and ribbons”
Thursday 19 March
Prof. Ichiye
Dr. Carlos A. González
National Institute of Standards and Technology
"Theory and Computation in the Characterization of Physical and Chemical Properties at the Nanoscale"
Friday 20 March
Prof. Warren
White-Gravenor 201A
Ms. Marie Melzer
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Reactivity of Organonitroso Compounds and Nitric Oxide at Copper and Nickel using Biological Model Complexes”
Thursday 26 March
Prof. Moasser
Dr. Morris Bullock
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
“Catalytic Ionic Hydrogenations, and Carbon-to-Metal Hydrogen Atom Transfer Reactions”
Tuesday 31 March
Prof. Metallo
Mr. Ariele Viacava Follis
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Exploiting intrinsic disorder for the inhibition of protein-protein interactions”
Thursday 2 April
Prof. Weiss
Dr. Naganagowda Gowda
Purdue University
“Metabolic Profiling using advanced NMR Spectroscopy Methods for Early Disease Diagnostics”
Tuesday 7 April
Prof. Metallo
Ms. Dalia Hammoudeh
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Small Molecule Binding to Intrinsically Disordered Proteins: Multiple Binders on Multiple Sites”
Tuesday 14 April
Prof. Warren
Mr. Matthew Varonka
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
"Reactivity of NO and S-nitrosothiols at Low-Coordinate Zn and Ni Centers"
Thursday 16 April
Prof. Ichiye
Gaetano T. Montelione
Rutgers University
“Structural Bioinformatics and the NIH Protein Structure Initiative”
Friday 17 April
Prof. Ichiye
2:15-6:00 pm
Maguire 102
 
GRADUATE STUDENT LITERATURE SEMINARS
Saturday 18 April
Prof. Ichiye
9:30 am-5:15 pm
St. Mary’s 110
 
GRADUATE STUDENT LITERATURE SEMINARS
Monday 20 April
Prof. Wolf
Ms. Kimberly Yearick
Georgetown University
Thesis Seminar
“Stereo- and Chemoselective Synthesis using Bisoxazolidine and Bisoxazoline Catalysts and Development of Heme-Targeted Antimalarials Combating Chloroquine Resistant Malaria”
Thursday 23 April
Prof. Rubinson
Prof. Tom Meyer
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
“Proton Coupled Electron Transfer: Applications in Chemistry, Biology, Catalysis, and Energy Conversion”
Saturday 25 April
Prof. Rubinson
9:00 am
St. Mary’s 110
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