Courses - Fall 2012 (not teaching Spring 2013)
CHM 3514-001 - Bioanalytical Chemistry (TR 10:00 - 11:15) - A survey course required for Biochemistry majors describing the theory, instrumentation, and practical applications of analytical chemistry to the study of biological molcecules and systems.
CHM 3503-001, 002 - Bioanalytical Chemistry Lab (T 1:30 - 4:20) - The laboratory course to complement CHM 3514, with emphasis on the analysis of biological systems using modern analytical techniques and instrumentation, including spectroscopy, chromatography, and mass spectrometry.
(W 8:30 - 11:20) - The laboratory course to complement CHM 1151, an introduction to laboratory techniques and practices in chemistry.
Courses I've taught in the past include:
CHM 1103 - General Chemistry Lab I - Fall 2011
CHM 1108 - General Chemistry Lab (Nursing students) - Spring 2011, 2012
CHM 4603 - Biochemistry Techniques and Practices - Fall 2006, 2009, 2010
CHM 4621 - Biochemistry I - Spring 2006, 2009, 2010
CHM 7693 - Advanced Biochemistry - Spring 2005, 2010, 2012
CHM 4631 - Membranes and Receptors - Spring 2011
Biochemistry students presenting at the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology National Meeting in Washington, DC, in April 2011. From Left to Right - Front Row (Kasey Johnson (BS 2011); Victoria Pisciella (BS 2011); Tina Shah (MS 2011); Paulina Ogorzalek (BS 2011)); Back Row: (Kevin Backus (BS 2011); Huasong Tang (BS 2011); Russell Miller (BS 2013).
Click here for a list of my publications.
My family and I at the Featherdale Animal Park outside of Sydney in August 2004
Skiing at Snowbasin in February 2006
Finishing the Adirondack Half Marathon in September 2009
Daughter Rachel receiving her PhD in Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, June 2012
An anhinga basking in the sunshine, Everglades National Park, January 2013
After my last 12 mile leg of the Ragnar relay (36 miles total), Florida keys, January 2013