Spring 2018 GraduationCongrats to graduates from Chemistry Dept!
CAS 2018 Honors NightAttendees from Chemistry Dept
Hopkin's Scholarship RecipientsCongrats to Noa and Tam!
- Congratulations to Dr. Henary on one of his compounds being licensed!One of Dr. Henary’s compounds (MHI-148) has been licensed by DanZen Theranostics, a Delaware-based company, to develop a product that can be used to image and target cancer cells. Georgia State University has finalized the licensing agreement with this company. Here is a link to the full story: https://news.gsu.edu/2018/10/01/georgia-state-signs-licensing-agreement-with-dazen-theranostics-inc-to-develop-product-that-can-target-image-and-destroy-cancer-cells/ Please join me in congratulating Dr.… more »News
- Congratulations to Dr. Hao Xu on receiving two federal grants!Congratulations to Dr. Hao Xu on receiving two federal grants from the NIH (R21 GM 128442) and the NSF (CHE 1800405) for the next 2 (2018-2020) and 3 (2018-2021) years to study the “Stereoselective Assembly of Challenging Glycosidic Linkages with Earth-Abundant Metal Catalysts” and “Harnessing Stable Peroxides for Selective Nitrogen Atom and Fluoroalkyl Transfer,” respectively. The total budget for both… more »News
- Congratulations to Prof. Gangli Wang on his new Department of Energy (DOE) Award!Prof. Gangli Wang has received a new research grant from the Department of Energy (DOE). Please join me in congratulating Prof. Gangli Wang on this funding from the DOE (DE-SC0019043) to study “Ion Transport Dynamics at Nanoscale Interfaces in Single Asymmetric Nanopores Arrays” for the next 3 years (2018-2021) with a total budget of approximately $490,000.00. This additional funding… more »News
- Dr. Jun Yin has renewed his new NIH R01 Award!Congratulations to Dr. Jun Yin on renewing his NIH R01 grant (2R01GM104498-06A1) to study the “Orthogonal Ubiquitin Transfer to Profile E3 Substrate Specificity” in collaboration with Dr. Hiroaki Kiyokawa at Northwestern University. The total budget in approximately $1.4 million for the next 4 years (2018-2022). This is great news for Dr. Yin’s research program, the Department of Chemistry, and Georgia State University.News