Seminar Series

Fall 2020

ZOOM links to the seminars will be sent individually to members of the Chemistry Department. People outside of the department may request access by email.

Tuesday 15 September
Prof. Kaveh Jorabchi 2:00 pm
William McMahone
Thesis Seminar
“Pulsed Nano-ESI: Enhanced Analytical Capabilities and Insights into Ion Generation”

Thursday 24 September Prof. Rodrigo Maillard
2:00 pm
Prof. Daniel Kraut
Villanova University
“Mode of Targeting to the Proteasome¬†Determines GFP Fate”

Thursday 8 October Profs. Tong & Elemendorf co-hosting
12:30 pm
Prof. Raychelle Burcks

American University
“Illicit indications: colorimetric and fluorometric visualizations for forensic science”
Thursday 15 October Prof. Timothy Warren
2:00 pm
Prof. Osvaldo Gutierrez University of Maryland“Combining Theory and Experiment to develop selective Three-Component Fe-Catalyzed Radical Cascade/Cross-Couplings”
Thursday 22 October Prof. Rodrigo Maillard, 2:00 pmProf. Giuseppe Melacini
McMaster University
“Allosteric Regulation of Protein Kinases”
Tuesday 27 October, Georgetown WISE.
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM.
LaTrease E. Garrison,¬†MBA“The Journey Not Often Traveled”
Thursday 29 October
Prof. Rodrigo Maillard, 2:00 pm
Prof. Nick Levinson
University of Minnesota
“Divergent allosteric coupling in cyclin-dependent kinases drives differential recognition of Cdk2 and Cdk4 inhibitors”.
Thursday 12 November
Prof. Miklos Kertesz, 2:00 pm
Dr. Yunlong (Elon) Zhang
“New Insights from Imaging Petroleum Hydrocarbons with non-contact Atomic Force Microscopy?”