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Seminars

The Seminars page lists upcoming seminars given by invited faculty from other institutions. These seminars are open to all members of the Tulane community and will be held each Monday afternoon at 4:00p.m. in 102 Jones Hall. For further details about the seminar schedule, contact: Professor Janan Jayawickramarajah.

 


Fall 2014 Chemistry Seminar Schedule
Monday, 4:00 P.M. in 102 Jones Hall (unless otherwise noted)

Sept. 1

Monday

Labor Day Holiday

 
Sept. 3
Wednesday
Leslie Leiserowitz, Weizmann Institute
"Templated Crystal Nucleation of the Malaria Pigment Hemozoin in Human Red Blood Cells Infected by Plasmodium Falciparum"
(Koplitz)

Sept.15

Monday


Marco Bonizzoni, University of Alabama
"Polyelectrolytes as supramolecular hosts in water: fundamental interactions and analytical applications"
(Gibb/Jayawickramarajah)

Sept. 17
Wednesday
Matthew Sullivan, Graduate Student
Sept. 22
Monday
Joseph Sadighi, Georgia Institute of Technology
“Structure and Reactivity of Oligonuclear Group 11 Metal Complexes”
(Donahue)
Sept. 24 Wednesday
Jin Yan, Graduate Student

Sept. 29
Monday




Oct. 1
Wednesday


Oct. 5
Wednesday



Oct. 17
Friday




Oct. 20
Monday




Oct. 24
Friday






Oct. 27
Monday




Oct. 29
Monday




Nov. 3
Monday


 

Nov. 10
Monday





Nov. 12
Wednesday



Nov. 17
Monday





Nov. 24
Monday





Dec. 1
Monday


















Dan Savin, University of Southern Mississippi
“Self-assembly and Responsiveness in Polypeptide-based Star and Triblock Copolymers: From Design to Function”
(Grayson)


Layla Qasim, Graduate Student



Malathy Pratheepkumar, Graduate Student




John-Stephen Taylor, Chemistry Department, Washington University
"mRNA imaging and siRNA transfection"
 (Jayawickramarajah)



Nick Tsarevsky, Southern Methodist University,
“Transfer and Exchange Reactions in the Synthesis of Branched Functional Macromolecules”
(Grayson)


(Chemical Engineering/Chemistry Seminar-Room, Title and Time TBA):
Nathan R. Neale,
Molecular & Catalysis Science Chemistry & Nanoscience Center National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Mississippi
 (Mitchell/Fink)



David Graves, Department of Chemistry, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Protein Targeting of the G-Quadruplex Structure:  Recognition Drives DNA Unfolding
 (Koplitz)


Paul F. Fitzpatrick, Department of Biochemistry, University of Texas, San Antonio
“The Role of Protein Structure in Controlling the Reactions of the Pterin-Dependent Non-Heme Hydroxylases”
(Byers)


Gary Brudvig, Department of Chemistry, Yale University
"Water Oxidation Catalysis for Solar Fuel Production"
(Schmehl)



Randy Larsen, Department of Chemistry, University of South Florida
“Metal Organic Frameworks by Accident: Synthesis and Photophysical Characterization Novel Ru(II)tris(2,2’-bipyridine) Templated MOFs”
(Koplitz)



Andrii Maksymov,, Graduate Student




David Mobley, University of California, Irvine
"Using molecular simulations to understand and predict biomolecular interactions and solvation"
(Gibb)



Justin Ragains, LSU

"Visible Light Photochemistry in the Pursuit of Structure and Function." (Jayawickramarajah)




Claudia Turro, Ohio State
"Control of Excited States of Transition Metal Complex for Biological Applications and Solar Energy Conversion"
 (Schmehl)




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