or equivalent course; one year of organic chemistry. Spring only.
Must be a Chemistry graduate student or have instructor permission
Richard T. Beresis, 1996-1998, Ph.D. 1996, Boston University (J. Panek). NIH postdoctoral fellowship, 1996-1998. Research Scientist, Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ (1998-2009). Current Position: Senior Director, Medicinal Chemistry, ChemPartner, Shanghai, China (2009-present).
Master of Science in Chemistry ..
Modern instrumentation and methods for chemical analysis. Function of electronics and computers in instruments. Theory and use of instruments in the areas of electrochemistry, spectroscopy, mass spectrometry and chromatography. Lecture two hours, laboratory six hours.
Master's Degree in Chemistry, Non-Thesis Option
Note: Students may also complete a BA with a concentration in Biochemistry by taking the general BA curriculum and completing the following additional courses:
Chemistry - Graduate Studies - Western Illinois University
David Kastrinsky, 2005. (TSRI, Department of Chemistry). Thesis: "Synthesis of CC-1065 and Duocarmycin Analogues." Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Health (2005-present).
The Vederas Group - Chemistry - Faculty of Science
Kevin Capps, 2005. (TSRI, Department of Chemistry). Thesis: "I. Discovery of Novel AICAR Tfase Inhibitors. II. Synthesis of a Pyrrolidine-3, 4-dicarboxamide Library." William and Sharon Bauce Family Fellowship 2001-2005.