Events & Seminars

All seminars are held at 4pm in room 304 in the Chemistry Building unless otherwise noted.

Date Speaker (Host) Title
Professor Cassandra Fraser
Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia
(Professor Jill Venton)
Luminescent Boron β-Diketonate Materials for Imaging and Sensing
13 Dr. David Peake
Thermo Scientific
(Professor Ken Hsu)
Discovery lipidomics workflows enabled by high resolution Orbitrap mass spectrometry and LipidSearch software
16 Professor Damian Young
Baylor College of Medicine
(Professor Ken Hsu)
Expanding Small-Molecule Diversity for Discovering Novel Probes and Therapeutics
19 Professor Jun Liu
John P. & Katherine G. McGovern Medical School
(Professor Andreas Gahlmann)
*Please note that this seminar will be held in Snyder 314 at 4pm.
3D Visualization of bacterial type III secretion machines in situ
29 Professor Nigel S. Dunn-Coleman
AlerGenetica SL, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
(Professor Charles Grisham)
Redesigning Escherichia coli to Produce 1,3-Propanediol at Commercial Scale
30 Professor Sabre Kais
Purdue University
(Professor Kevin Lehmann)
Quantum Information and Computation for Chemistry
Professor Tijana Grove
Virginia Tech
(Professor Ken Hsu and Rebecca Pompano)
Protein engineering: from nature to nanotechnology
14 Professor Cameron Mura
Department of Chemistry
University of Virginia
(Professor Jill Venton)
Biomolecular Structure, Dynamics, & Function Two Ways: RNA Biology and Cellular Adhesion
Professor Kevan Shokat
University of California, San Francisco
(Professor Ken Hsu)
Chemical Tricks for Tackling Undruggable Targets
28 Professor Corey Stephenson
University of Michigan
(Professor Mike Hilinski)
Redox catalysis for radical reactions of complex molecules
Professor Christopher Love
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(Professor Cassandra Fraser)
Improving Production of Biologic Medicines for Global Access
18 Professor Amanda Hargrove
Duke University
(Professor Ken Hsu and the UVA Cancer Center)
*Please note that this seminar will be held in Jordan Hall room 1-14 at 12:30 PM
Harnessing small molecules to probe the structure and function of noncoding RNAs