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Chemistry Seminar Series

Fall 2005

Seminars are on Fridays from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM in Keyes 105 except when noted otherwise.
Each seminar will be followed by a short reception in Keyes 104.

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September 9Organizational Meeting

September 16
Greg Dutton

Colby College

Electronic Structure and Ultrafast Dynamics at Molecule-Metal Interfaces

September 23
Gary Gustafson

ArQule, Inc.

Accelerating Drug Development Through Use of Automated Parallel Synthesis

Thursday, September 29, 4:00 PM
(Note special day and time!)

John Toscano

Johns Hopkins University

Design and Study of New Nitroxyl (HNO) Precursors and Their Potential in the Treatment of Heart Failure

October 7


October 14
Jason St. Clair '00

Graduate Student at Harvard University

In Situ Measurements of HDO in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere Aboard the NASA WB-57 Aircraft

October 21

Mike Antoniello '94

Eastern Maine Medical Center

Greg Sawyer '03

Dartmouth University Medical School

So You Want to go to Medical School?

October 28 Gayle Pageau '02

M.D./Ph.D. program at the University of Massachusetts

BRCA1 and Heterochromatin in Breast Cancer

November 4
Senior Chemistry Presentations:

Hillary Easter
Harriet Egessa
Bram Geller
Lindsey Boyle

November 11
Michael Stone

Vanderbilt University

From Peanut Butter Sandwiches to Cancer: Interactions between Aflatoxins and DNA as Studied by NMR Spectroscopy

November 18
Senior Chemistry Presentations:

Michelle Kim
Colby Burns
Christabel Kwabi
Rami Zahran

November 25
Thanksgiving Break


December 2
Senior Chemistry Presentations:

Rob Jacobs
Hui Kim
Adelajda Zorba
Will Thompson

December 9
Senior Chemistry Presentations:

Natalie Wayne
Leah Weitz
Zach Goldman
Dan Fowler
Adam Oesterle

Seminar program coordinated by Julie T. Millard

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