Chemistry Seminar Schedule - Spring 2019

All Seminars will be held in MGH 111 on Friday at 10:00 AM unless otherwise noted

Speaker Affiliation Title Host
2/1

Art Laganowsky

Texas A&M

Native mass spectrometry reveals selective binding of a toxin and phosphatidylinosities to a mammalian potassium channel

Smith
2/8 NO SEMINAR
2/15 Daniela Popescu Kent State Vitamin K enhances the production of brain sulfatides Shriver
2/22 Lane Baker U. of Indiana Single-Entity Electrochemical Measurements with Nanoscale Pipettes Boika
3/1 NO SEMINAR
3/8

Mark Hayes

U. of Arizona New Uses of Electric Fields to Separate, Isolate, Purify and Concentrate Biomolecules, Bioparticles (viruses, exosomes, etc.) and Cells. Boika
3/15 Minjoung Kyoung U. of Maryland, Baltimore County 4D spatiofunctional mapping of metabolic pathways in living cells Konopka
3/22 Christo Sevov Ohio State University

Design of Redox Shuttles for Energy Storage and Metal-Catalyzed Electrosynthesis

Ziegler
3/29 NO SEMINAR SPRING BREAK
4/8 (Mon 10 AM)

Kit Cummins

(Knight Lecture)

MIT

Phosphorus: From the Stars to Land and Sea.

in Student Union Theater

Ziegler

4/8 (Mon 3 PM)

Kit Cummins

(Knight Lecture)

MIT

Phosphorus-Element Bond-Forming Reactions

in MGH 111

Ziegler
4/12

Shubham Vyas

Colorado School of Mines TBA Modarelli
4/19

Victor Nemykin

Tuning up redox and photophysical properties of donor-acceptor (aza)BODIPY-based dyads and triads with their electronic structures; Toward a rational design of new light-harvesting materials Ziegler
4/26

Bruce Armitage

(Crano Lecture)

Carnegie Mellon
University
TBA Akron ACS