ACCA Fall 2012 Chemistry Seminar Series
Benedictine University and Dominican University, 7-9 PM
|September 11||Introduction to Principles of Medicinal Chemistry
Dr. Robin Zavod, Midwestern University Chicago
|September 18||Drug Discovery: Ingenuity or Serendipity?
Dr. Richard Silverman, Northwestern University
|September 25||The Basics of Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry
Dr. Susan Lever, University of Missouri-Columbia
|October 2||CETP (Cholesterol Ester Transfer Protein) and Lipid Metabolism:
Reducing Heart Disease
Dr. Anita Mehta, Chicago Discovery Solutions
Dr. Eric Walters, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
|October 16||Man versus Microbe: A War Without End
Dr. Jim McAlpine, University of Illinois at Chicago
Dr. Guido Pauli, University of Illinois at Chicago
|October 30||Bioactive compounds from plants of Vietnam and Laos as potential candidates for development into drugs to treat cancer, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Dr. Djaja Doel Soejarto, University of Illinois at Chicago
|November 6||Biocatalytic Bugs: Microbial Transformation in Drug Discovery & Development
Dr. Ehab Abourashed, Chicago State University
J. Brent Friesen and Daniela Andrei, Dominican University, email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Credit for ACCA Lecture Series
Olivet Nazarene University is offering graduate credit for the ACCA Lecture Series. The graduate credit is being coordinated by Dr. Douglas Armstrong, email@example.com/815-939-5393.
Graduate credit will be given to any person who already has a bachelors degree, and who attends ANY EIGHT of the ten nights (below), and writes a brief summary on each of the eight. Since only eight are required, if you don’t’ hear about this in time to attend the first two nights, you may still earn graduate credit via the last eight nights. Contact Dr Armstrong if you have questions.