Chemistry Department Colloquium, Fall 2019
Coordinated by Dr. Joseph Knee, Professor of Chemistry

Seminars are held in room 84, Hall-Atwater Laboratories at 3:30 p.m.
Coffee is served outside room 84 before the seminar and
refreshments are served afterwards in the Chemistry Lounge (Hall-Atwater Laboratory, Room 6).

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Title

Host

Sept. 13 Prof. Chris Johnson Stony Brook University From Molecules to Clouds: How do Atmospheric Particles Form from Thin Air? Joseph Knee
Sept. 20 Prof. John Dudek Hartwick College High Resoltion Infrared Spectroscopy of Molecules with Astronomical and Structural Importance/Relevance Stewart Novick
Sept. 26 (Th.) Biophysics Retreat -- -- --
Sept. 27 Prof. Ou Chen Brown University Self-Assembly of Anisotropic Nanocrystals From Periodic Superlattices to Aperiodic Quasicrystals  Michelle Personick
Oct. 4 Prof. Joshua Newby Hobart & William Smith Colleges What Difference Does an Atom Make? The Geometric Preferences of Chalcogen Heterocycles with Water. Stewart Novick
Oct. 11 Prof. Denyce Wicht Suffolk University The Metabolic Pathway from Dimethylsulfone to Sulfite: Elucidating the Role of Reduced Flavin-Dependent Monooxygenases Erika Taylor
Oct.  25 Prof. Teri Odom Northwestern University Resolving Nano-bio Interactions at the Single-Nanoconstruct Level Michelle Personick
Nov. 1 Prof. J. Patrick Loria Yale University Micro-Millisecond Motions Involved in Enzyme Chemistry and Allostery Colin Smith
Nov. 8 Prof. Jeremy Lohman Purdue University Malonyl-Thioester Isosteres to Enable Enzyme-Structure Function Studies in Fatty Acid and Polyketide Biosynthesis  Erika Taylor
Nov. 15 Prof. Stormy Chamberlain University of Connecticut - Health Center Using Human iPSCs to Discover Therapeutic Approaches for Rare Diseases Alison O'Neil
Nov. 22 Prof. Jane Jackman Ohio State University tRNA Processing and Modification: Ancient Enzymes Take on New Roles in Biology Erika Taylor