Dooley Reserach Symposium
- Saturday, October 12, 2013
Join us for the Dooley Research Symposium honoring Dr. David Dooley and his outstanding contributions to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and MSU. The symposium will be held Saturday, October 12, at the Museum of the Rockies Hagar Auditorium, from 9:00am to 5:30pm with a reception immediately following in the MOR lobby. The day will include scientific talks from eminent researchers with opening remarks from President Cruzado and Provost Potvin.
Robert Scott, University of Georgia, 38 Years of DMD
Ed Solomon, Stanford University, O2 Activation by Nonheme Ferrous Enzymes
Amy Rosenweig, Northwestern University, N2OR to pMMO: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
Eric M. Shepard, Montana State University, Progress Towards Understanding 2Fe Subcluster Biosynthesis in [Fe-Fe]-Hydrogenase Maturation
Michele McGuirl, University of Montana, Copper-Prion Interactions
Justine Roth, Johns Hopkins University, Transition State Modeling in Biological and Bio-Inspired Catalysis
Mike Maroney, University of Massachusetts, Reminiscences on a Theme of Nickel Biochemistry
Grant Mauk, University of British Columbia, The Buffer Did It: An Overlooked Parameter in the Biological Function of Proteins
Harry Gray, Caltech, Electron Flow Through Metalloproteins
The symposium is generously sponsored by the Office of the President, the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Vice President for Research, and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. There is no cost to attend.
- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry