Department of Medicinal and Biological Chemistry

MBC Departmental Seminars

Fall 2014

Date Time Location Topic/Presenter
9/4/14 12n BO 2850 Faculty presentation for new graduate students
9/11/14 12n BO 2850 Faculty presentation for new graduate students
9/18/14 12n BO 2850

How do Animals Inherit Their Microtubule Organization Centers?

Dr. Tomer Avidor-Reiss, associate professor
Dept of Biological Sciences, The University of Toledo

9/25/14 12n BO 2850

Considering Cancer Cells as Independent Circadian Pacemakers

Dr. Michael Geusz, associate professor
Dept of Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University

10/2/14 12n BO 2850

Molecular Characteristics of the Mitochondrial Iron-Sulfur Cluster Assembly Pathway

Dr. Timothy Stemmler, professor
Medicinal Chemistry, Wayne State University

10/9/14 12n BO 2850

NAADP-Mediated Ca2+  ​Release in Mammalian Cells: Regulation of Naive and Effector T-Cell Functions by NAADP

Ramadan Ali, graduate student
Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, The University of Toledo

10/16/14 12n BO 2850

Extracellular Microvesicles: Translational Study in Vascular Disease

Dr. Yanfang Chen, associate professor
Pharmacology and Toxicology, Wright State University

10/23/14 12n BO 2850

Multifunctional Drug Development Approach for Treatment of Depression and Neuro-degenerative disorders

Dr. Aloke K. Dutta, professor
Medicinal Chemistry, Wayne State University

10/30/14 12n BO 2850

Cells Dancing with Light: the New World of Subcellular Optogenetics

Dr. Ajith Karunaratne, assistant professor
Department of Chemistry, The University of Toledo

11/6/14 12n BO 2850

Neuroprotective Potential of Withania Somnifera in Cerebral Ischemia

Aparna Raghavan, graduate student
Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, The University of Toledo

11/13/14 12n BO 2850

Synthesis and structural optimization of the bioactive natural products phyllanthusmin C and pentalinonsterol

Dr. James Fuchs, associate professor
Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy, The Ohio State University

11/20/14 12n BO 2850

New Developments in a Venerable Field: Functionalized Aromatic and S-Heteroaromatic Synthesis en route to Liquid Crystals and Nitroxyl (HNO) Donors

Dr. Sampson Paul, associate professor
Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Kent State University

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