Fall 2015 – SDSU Chemistry & Biochemistry Graduate Seminars

date speaker title
Oct 09
3:00 PM
GMCS-306
Peggy Chatfield
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP): Biochemistry of the fatal hyperimmune response to coronavirus"
synthetic
Oct 16
2:00 PM
GMCS-305
Zarina Munshi
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Sensitive Detection/Separation of Nicotine and its Metabolites by Laser Wave-Mixing Spectroscopy for Environmental and Biomedical Application"
physical
Oct 16
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Renee Leslie
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Formation of Light Absorbing Secondary Organic Aerosols"
physical
Oct 23
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Brent Banasik
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Contemporary asymmetric Mukaiyama additions in organic synthesis"
synthetic
Oct 30
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Sadie Martin
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Peptoid Nanosheets: Structure, Properties, and Applications"
synthetic
Nov 13
2:00 PM
GMCS-305
Keri Thomas
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Determination of platinum drug release and liposome stability in human plasma by CE-ICP-MS"
Nov 13
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Lee Wang
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Recent Advances in Peptide Coupling Reagents and Their Efficacy in Solid- Phase Peptide Synthesis"
synthetic
Nov 20
2:00 PM
GMCS-305
Michael Heberlein
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Incorporating Water Oxidation Catalysts into Metal Organic Frameworks"
synthetic
Nov 20
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Ray Lee
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Stimuli-Triggered Polymersomes as Nanoreactors Used in Biomimetic Engineering"
Dec 04
3:00 PM
GMCS-305
Khawlah Alanqari
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
San Diego State University
San Diego CA
"Three recent reactions for synthesizing interesting fragments that could be used for Buchwald-Hartwig amination reactions"