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					                DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
                NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

                  ANNUAL REPORT 1999-2000




CO N TEN TS

2         Department Personnel
                Faculty, Staff, Postdoctoral Fellows, Visiting Scientists, Research
                Associates, Full-time Graduate Students

7         Highlights of 1999-2000 Academic Year
                  Faculty, Staff, Molecular Modeling Facility, Facilities Renovations and
                  Improvements, Departmental Awards, Stipend Support for Graduate
                  Students

10        Commencement List

11        Publications and Patents

17        Presentations and Seminars by Faculty

28        External and Internal Grants

34        External Professional Service: Boards, Committees, and Editorships

38        Departmental Colloquia and Seminars




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             CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL

FACU LTY

CHAIR

David A. Forsyth, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Field: Physical Organic Chemistry


PROFESSORS

Terry K. Baker, D.Sc., University of Wales
Field: Materials chemistry

Geoffrey Davies, D.Sc., Birmingham University
Fields: Inorganic and materials chemistry

Bill C. Giessen, Dr. Sci. Nat., University of Gottingen
Fields: Inorganic and materials chemistry

Robert N. Hanson, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Field: Pharmacological chemistry

Barry L. Karger, Ph.D., Cornell University
Fields: Bioanalytical chemistry and separation science

Philip W. LeQuesne, Ph.D., University of Auckland
Field: Organic chemistry and natural products

Mary J. Ondrechen, Ph.D., Northeastern University
Field: Theoretical chemical physics

William W. Reiff, Ph.D., Syracuse University
Fields: Inorganic and materials chemistry

Paul Vouros, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fields: Bioanalytical chemistry, mass spectroscopy

Philip M. Warner, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Field: Organic Chemistry


ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Thomas R. Gilbert, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fields: Analytical chemistry, environmental analysis

Graham Jones, Ph.D., and D.I.C., Imperial College of Science,


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Technology and Medicine, London
Field: Organic chemistry

Rein U. Kirss, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Fields: Inorganic and materials chemistry

Ira S. Krull, Ph.D., New York University
Field: Bioanalytical chemistry

Patricia A. Mabrouk., Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Field: Bioanalytical Chemistry

Nelly M. Rodriguez, Ph.D., University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Field: Materials chemistry


ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

David E. Budil, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Field: Biophysical chemistry

Sanjeev Mukerjee, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
Field: Physical chemistry


PROFESSOR EMERITI

John L. Roebber, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Field: Physical chemistry

Alfred Viola, Ph.D., University of Maryland
Field: Organic chemistry


PROFESSORS JOINTLY APPOINTED

Roger W. Giese, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(Bouve College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences)
Field: Medicinal chemistry


PARTTIME LECTURERS

Ken Chung
Miguel Mitchell
Leonel Murga
Yuri Zhorov




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STAFF

Noralie Barnett, Laboratory Technician
Antointte Candela, Secretary
H. Jean Cathron, Administrative Assistant
George Lima Jr., Technician
Stacy Musker, Staff Assistant II
Richard Pumphrey, Facilities Manager
Ihsan Shehadi, Physical and Analytical Technician
Edward H. Witten, Laboratory Coordinator


POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS, VISITING SCIENTISTS AND RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

Carol Bessel                                        Visiting Scientist
Bao-Quan Chen                                       Visiting Postdoctoral Researcher
Qing Deng                                           Postdoctoral Fellow
Mohammed A. El-Sayed                                Adjunct Sr. Research Assistant
Ahmed El-Toukhy                                     Adjunct Sr. Research Assistant
Binyamin Feibush                                    Visiting Scientist
Elham Ghabbour                                      Staff Scientist
Mustafa Guzel                                       Visiting Research Assistant
John Hanley                                         Visiting Scientist
George Hynd                                         Postdoctoral Fellow
Xuezhong Jiang                                      Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow
Myung-Soo Kim                                       Visiting Scientist
Steve Kolaczkowski                                  Visiting Scientist
Duckhee Lee                                         Postdoctoral Fellow
Xiaochang Li                                        Postdoctoral Fellow
Hong Ma                                             Visiting Scientist
Miguel Mitchell                                     Part Time Lecturer/Visiting Scientist
Gary Plourde                                        Visiting Research Assistant
Jan Preisler                                        Postdoctoral Fellow
Medhat Shaker                                       Visiting Research Assistant
Rachid Taha                                         Postdoctoral Fellow
Christopher Toles                                   Postdoctoral Fellow
Justin Wright                                       Visiting Research Assistant
Jian-yao Wu                                         Postdoctoral Fellow
Xiaoming Wu                                         Postdoctoral Fellow
Justin Wyatt                                        Postdoctoral Fellow
Seong-Ho Yoon                                       Postdoctoral Fellow
Huijan Zhong                                        Postdoctoral Fellow




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1999-2000 FULLTIME GRADUATE STUDENTS

Name                                   Research Advisor
Paul Anderson                                   Nelly Rodriguez
Christine Andrews                      Paul Vouros
Karen Atkinson                         Rein Kirss
Mita Biswas                            Lutfur Kundkar
Olinda Carneiro                        Terry Baker
Jun Chen                               Bill Giessen
Jeannine Delaney                       Paul Vouros
Beth Dietz                             MAT Program
Robert Dilis                           Robert Hanson
Ying Dong                              Philip Le Quesne
Dan Durfey                             Rein Kirss
Elizabeth Engel                        Nelly Rodriguez/Thomas Gilbert
Jimmy Flarakos                         Paul Vouros
Farid Fouad                            Graham Jones
Eric Gangl                             Paul Vouros
Lynn Gennaro                           Paul Vouros
Rachel Gershman                        Robert Hanson
Andrea Gulla                           David Budil
Mustafa Guzel                          Graham Jones
Annette Hauser-Fang                    Paul Vouros
Petra Herguth                          Alex Jen
Russell Hopson                         David Forsyth
Ping Hu                                Barry Karger
Lan Jiang                              Robert Hanson
Sarah Kazmi                            Ira Krull
Khaled Khairy                          David Budil
Alexander Klimov                       David Budil
Mary Landis                            Bill Giessen
Kate Laubernds                         Nelly Rodriguez
Hongji Liu                             Ira Krull
Sen Liu                                Alex Jen
Shi Liu                                Alex Jen
Yang Liu                               Graham Jones
Zhibao Lu                              Philip Le Quesne
Christopher Marotta                    Terry Baker
Marek Minarik                          Barry Karger
Kavita Mistry                          Ira Krull
Niloufar Mozaffari                     Rein Kirss
Nga Nguyen (Candy)                     David Budil/Mary Jo Ondrechen
Anna Pashkova                          Barry Karger
Mark Plante                            David Forsyth
Gary Plourde                           Graham Jones
Ajay Purohit                           Graham Jones
Ghassan Qabaja                         Graham Jones
Rebekah Randall                        MAT Program
Elaine Ricicki                         Paul Vouros
Ling Chen Santora                      Ira Krull


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Rajesh Satyamurti         David Budil
Albert Sebag              David Forsyth
Sivashankar Sivakolundu   Pam Mabrouk
John Soglia               Paul Vouros
Zoran Sosic               Barry Karger
Vivek Sriniasamurthi      Sanjeev Mukerjee
Veera Srinivasan          David Forsyth
Richard Urian             Sanjeev Mukerjee
Robert Vallerio                   Bill Giessen
Yonghui Wang                      Ira Krull
Immo Weber                Graham Jones
Justing Wright            Graham Jones
Ronghui Zeng              David Budil
Bailin Zhang              Barry Karger
Bing Zhang                Philip Warner
Lixin Zheng               Alex Jen
Haihong Zhou              Barry Karger




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             Highlights of 1999-2000 Academic Year


Faculty

       Robert N. Hanson joined the Chemistry Faculty as a tenured Professor in a transfer
from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Bouve College at Northeastern. Prof.
Hanson has held a joint appointment in the Chemistry Department since 1987. This move
provides Prof. Hanson with the opportunity to conduct research and teach in an area and with
colleagues more closely connected to his work, which currently focusses on the design,
synthesis, and testing of steroidal agents aimed toward hormone-responsive cancer treatment.

       David E. Budil was granted tenure and promoted to Associate Professor, effective with
the beginning of the 2000-2001 academic year. Prof. Budil currently holds an NSF CAREER
award. His field of interest is physical chemistry and biophysics, in particular, the development
of quasioptical high-field electron paramagnetic resonance methods and application of epr to
problems of biological interest.

       Alex Jen resigned in December after three years as an Associate Professor at
Northeastern to assume a chaired professorship in Materials Science at the University of
Washington.

       Sabbatical leaves were taken this year by Paul Vouros and Geoffrey Davies. Prof.
Vouros spent much of the time in the Central Research Laboratories of Nestle, Ltd., in
Lausanne, Switzerland conducting research in the areas of metabolism and toxicology of
environmental and diet-generated carcinogens and the mechanisms via which they produce
damage to DNA. Prof. Davies stayed in the Boston area, conducting research on metal binding
by humic acids and on electrodeposition of alloys with collaborators at Boston College and Tufts
University, as well as continuing as Associate Director for Operations at the Barnett Institute.

        As shown in the accompanying compilation, the Chemistry faculty has had a productive
year, generating 61 publications and 135 presentations in 1999. Active grants and contracts
total $12.7 million, or approximately $3.2 million in 1999-2000.

Staff

       Noralie Barnett retired in April after about 38 years of service on the staff at
Northeastern. Most recently she had been the technician in charge of the undergraduate
organic and analytical laboratories. Dr. Ihsan Shehadi was hired in August 1999 as Physical
and Analytical Chemistry Lab Technician, and assumed the position of Senior Laboratory
Technician in May. George Lima was hired as Lab Technician in April, with special
responsibilities in waste management following his previous employment at Triumverate
Environmental.

Molecular Modeling Facility

         The Chemistry Department has expanded its molecular modeling facility, established
just last year, with the aid of a $84,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. Prof.


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Mary Jo Ondrechen spearheaded the grant proposal, with additional segments contributed by
Profs. David Budil, David Forsyth, Graham Jones, Pam Mabrouk, and Philip Warner.
Two new Silicon Graphics Dual OCTANE/SSE R12000 workstations were purchased, along
with the Insight II, Discover, and Biopolymer software packages for molecular modeling and
dynamics from Molecular Simulations Inc. The DelPhi program for calculation of electrostatic
potentials was also acquired, among other software.

Facilities Renovations and Improvements

         Extensive remodeling of the undergraduate laboratory facilities in Hurtig Hall is nearly
complete. The major second phase was completed in summer 1999, with complete demolition
and stripping of two general chemistry labs on the second floor, an organic lab and the physical
chemistry lab on the third floor, and the instrument room section of the analytical lab area on the
fourth floor. Renovation of the remaining analytical labs is underway this summer. All of these
labs were provided with new flooring, benches, hoods, cabinets, plumbing, and air handling
systems. An instrument room was included in the design of the organic lab. The analytical
instrument room was substantially expanded into areas previously part of the women‟s
restroom and analytical storeroom, and now provides an attractive undergraduate laboratory
that includes instrumentation for GC/MS and capillary electrophoresis.

         The gem of the remodeled labs is clearly the third-floor physical chemistry area. Prof.
David Budil and Dr. Steven Kolaczkowski worked together with Marsters & Partners Architects
Inc., the department Chair, David Forsyth, and the Facilities Manager, Richard Pumphrey, to
completely redesign the former large, traditionally laid-out, laboratory space. The space has
now been divided into the main lab area, a darkroom for light-based experiments, a computer
lab, and a storage room for experiment modules. The main area is mostly open space into
which can be wheeled the modularly designed experiments, while the periphery has benches
with computers to connect to experiments for on-line data acquisition. The computer lab
doubles as an area for students to process data and work up lab reports and as the new “P-
ChemCentral”, where physical chemistry professors and TA‟s are available for assistance
during their office hours.


Departmental Awards

        The Chemistry Department presented awards to undergraduate and graduate students
at a barbecue picnic at the end of the spring quarter. Citizenship awards were given to students
who contributed voluntarily and significantly to the life of the Department. The most outstanding
senior majoring in chemistry was recognized with an award named after our retired Supervisor
of Laboratories and alumnus, Bernie Lemire. Several scholarships were also awarded to
undergraduates, thanks to the generosity of two donors. Graduate teaching assistants were
recognized for excellent performance of teaching duties during this past year. Also announced
was the Excellence in Chemical Research award that honors a graduate student nearing
completion of the requirements for the Ph.D. who has the most outstanding record of research
achievements. The award winners for 1999-2000 are listed below:

Departmental Citizenship Awards:
undergraduate students:
Nicole Cook


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Eileen Krenzel
graduate students:
Kate Laubernds
Paul Anderson

Bernard J. Lemire Outstanding Senior Award:
Paul Shogun

Carole J. Uhrich Scholarships
Kathryn Boino (sophomore)
Eileen Krenzel (sophomore)
Thomas Lightburn (sophomore)
Dawn Staupe (sophomore)
Katherine Stavroupolous (sophomore)

Francis Frissora Scholarship
Andrea Crowe (middler)

Al & Joy Viola Scholarships
Eric Parker
Terri Eberle

Outstanding Teaching Assistants for 1999-2000:
Olinda Carneiro
Rachel Gershman
Khaled Khairy
Mary Landis
Christopher Marotta
Vivek Satyamurthi
Robert Valerio

Excellence in Chemical Research Award
Paul Anderson


Stipend Support for Graduate Students

        From Summer 1999 through Spring Quarter 2000, a total of 63 students were enrolled
as full-time graduate students in the Chemistry Department. After correcting for the part-year
residency of those students who departed after completing their degrees and for those who
arrived in September, the number of full-time-equivalent graduate students on a 12-month basis
was 55.25. The stipends to support these students amounted to $759,375, which is the
equivalent of support for 47.75 students on a 12-month basis. Teaching Assistant support from
the University accounted for $324,000, or 20 students, while external grants and contracts to
individual investigators accounted for $435,375, or 27.75 students. The remaining students not
receiving support through the University were principally supported through part-time technical
employment at companies such as Gillette and Waters.
        During 1999-2000, a total of 28 additional students took graduate courses while
participating in the part-time graduate program leading to the M.S. degree. These students are



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all self-supporting and are employed at many different local companies.




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Commencement List, Department of Chemistry, 1999 -
                     2000
Bachelor of Science

Kristine Castriotta
Paul Shogan
Marcy Vozzella

Master of Science

Jessi Beadnell
Kevin Johnston
Cheryl Lee Koertje
Jason Lieske
Michelle Liu
Christopher Toher
Lixin Zheng

Doctor of Philosophy

Ying (Susan) Dong
Advisor: Philip Le Quesne
Thesis: “Total Syntheses of Quararibea Metabolites and Related Natural Products”

Leonel Murga
Advisor: Mary Jo Ondrechen
Thesis: “Theory of the Effects of Electric Fields on Molecular Properties”

Veera Srinivasan
Advisor: David Jebaratnam (original advisor), David Forsyth (final advisor)
Thesis: “Toward Enediyne Mimics: Synthetic and Mechanistic Studies On Azoesters”

Marek Minarik
Advisor: Barry Karger
Thesis: “Development of Instrumentation and Technology for Micropreparative Capillary
Electrophoresis and its Application to Bioanalysis”

William Williams III
Advisor: David Jebaratnam (original advisor), David Forsyth (final advisor)
Thesis: “ Studies on the Kinamycin Antibiotics: Synthesis and Spectroelectrochemical
Characterization of 1,7-Dideoxy-3-demethylprekinamycin, 2-Diazobenzyl-p-napththoquinine,
and 5-hydroxy-11-hydroxylaminobenzo[b]fluoren-10-one”.

Fucheng Zhang
Advisor: Philip M. Warner
Thesis: “The Synthesis of Some New Photochemical Precursors to Alkylidenes,



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Oxiranylidenes, and Dibromocarbene, and a Preliminary Investigation of Carbene Generation
Therefrom”




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                     PUBLICATIONS AND PATENTS
                                     (1999 Calendar Year)

Terry Baker

" Modifications in the Morphological and Chemical Properties of Copper Supported on Different
Allotropic Forms of Carbon", J. Ma, N. M. Rodriguez, M. A. Vannice and R. T. K. Baker, J. Catal.
183, 32 (1999).

"Carbon Supported Copper Catalysts. I . Characterization", A. Dandekar, R. T. K. Baker and M.
A. Vannice, J. Catal. 183, 131 (1999).

"Carbon Supported Copper Catalysts. II. Crotonaldehyde Hydrogenation", A. Dandekar, R. T. K.
Baker and M. A. Vannice, J. Catal. 184, 421 (1999).

"Furfural Hydrogenation over Carbon Supported Copper", R. Rao, R. T. K. Baker and M. A.
Vannice, Catalysis Letters 60, 51 (1999).

"Hydrogenation of Crotonaldehyde over Graphite Nanofiber Supported Nickel", F. Salman, C.
Park and R. T. K. Baker, Catalysis Today, 53, 385 (1999).

"Catalytic Behavior of Graphite Nanofiber Supported Nickel Particles. 3. The Effect of Chemical
Blocking on the Performance of the System", C. Park and R. T. K. Baker, J. Phys. Chem. B.
103, 2453 (1999).


David Budil

Cardin, J.T., J.R Anderson, S.V. Kolaczkowski, and D.E.Budil. “Quasioptical Design for an EPR
Spectrometer Based on a Horizontal Bore Superconducting Solenoid”, Applied Magnetic
Resonance, 16:273-292 (1999).

Stephen V. Kolaczkowski, Jeremy T. Cardin, and David E. Budil, “Some Remarks on Reported
Inconsistencies in the High-Field EPR Spectrum of DPPH”, Applied Magnetic Resonance,
16:293-298 (1999).

David E. Budil, Lutfur R. Khundkar, Ihsan A. Shehadi and M.J. Ondrechen, “Introducing a
Practice-Oriented Approach in the Physical Chemistry Instructional Laboratory”, Journal of
Chemical Education, 76:601-602 (1999).

Veeraraghavan Srinivasan, David J. Jebaratnam, and David E. Budil, “Towards Enediyne
Mimics: Methanolysis of Azoesters and a Bisazoester”, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 64:5644-
5649 (1999)



Geoffrey Davies

“Optimization of Sequential Solvent Extraction in the Isolation of Humic Acid from the Live Alga



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Pilayella littoralis,” by A. Radwan, R. J. Willey and G. Davies, Chem. Engineer. Commun., 172,
41-64 (1999).

“The Effect of Temperature on Tight Metal Binding by Peat and Soil Derived Solid Humic Acids,”
by G. Davies, E. A. Ghabbour, N. K. Ghali and M. D. Mulligan, ACS Environ. Chem. Preprints,
39, 33-35 (1999).

“Generation of Hydroxyl Radicals from Metal-Loaded Humic Acids,” by M. D. Paciolla, G.
Davies, E. A. Ghabbour and S. A. Jansen, Environ. Sci. Technol., 33, 1814-1818 (1999).

“Isolation of Humic Acids from the Water Hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes, by E. A. Ghabbour, G.
Davies, Y. -Y. Lam, J. Mao and B. Xing, ACS Environ. Chem. Preprints, 39, 225-227 (1999).

“Understanding Life After Death,” by G. Davies and E. A. Ghabbour, Chem. & Industry, 7 June
1999, 426-430.

Understanding Humic Substances: Advanced Methods, Properties and Applications , E. E.
Ghabbour and        G. Davies, eds., Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1999.

“Evaluation of Different Solid State 13C NMR Techniques for Characterizing Humic Acids,” by B.
Xing, J. Mao, W-G. Hu, K. Schmidt-Rohr, G. Davies and E. A. Ghabbour, in Understanding
Humic Substances: Advanced Methods, Properties and Applications, E. E. Ghabbour and G.
Davies, eds., Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1999, pp. 49-61.


David Forsyth

Y. Dong, N.N. Pai, S. L. Ablaza, S.-X.-Yu, D.A. Forsyth, P.W. Le Quesne, “Quararibea
Metobolites. 4. Total Synthesis and Conformational Studies of Funebrine and Funebral,” J. Org.
Chem., 64, 2657 (1999).


Bill Giessen

K. Marchev, M. Landis, R. Vallerio, C.V. Cooper, and B.C. Giessen, The m Phase Layer on Ion
Nitrided Austenitic Stainless Steel (III): An Epitaxial Relationship between the m Phase and the 
Parent Phase, Surface and Coatings Technology, 116-119 (1999) 184-188.

K. Marchev, R. Hidalgo, M. Landis, R. Vallerio, C.V. Cooper, and B.C. Giessen, The Metastable
m Phase Layer on Ion Nitrided Austenitic Stainless Steel (II): Crystal Structure and Observation
of its Two-Directional Orientational Anisotropy, Surface and Coatings Technology, 112 (1999)
67-70.


Robert Hanson

Kearney, T., Hughes, A., Hanson, R.N., DeSombre, E.R. Radiotoxicity of Auger electron-
emitting estrogens for MCF-7spheroids: A potential treatment for estrogen responsive tumors.
Radiat. Res. 1999; 151: 570-579.



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Moaddel, R., Sharma, A., Huseni, T., Jones, G.S., Jr., Hanson, R.N., Loring. R.L. Novel
biotinylated phenylarsonous acids as bifunctional reagents for spatially close thiols: Studies on
reduced antibodies and the agonist binding site of reduced torpedo nicotinic receptors.
Bioconj.Chem. 1999; 10: 629-637.

James, D.A., Swamy, N., Paz, N., Hanson, R.N., Ray, R. Synthesis and estrogen receptor
binding affinity of a porphyrin-estradiol conjugate for targeted photodynamic therapy of cancer.
Bioorg.Chem.Lett.1999; 9: 2379-2384.

Choi, S.-W., Elmaleh, D.R., Hanson, R.N., Fischman, A.J. Design, synthesis and biological
evaluation of novel nonpiperazine analogs of 1-[2-(diphenylmethoxy)ethyl]- and 1-[2-bis(4-
fluorophenyl)methoxy)ethyl]-4-(3-phenylpropyl)piperazines as dopamine transporters inhibitors.
J.Med.Chem. 1999; 42: 3647-3656.


Graham Jones

Synthesis and DNA Binding of Spirocyclic Model Compounds Related to the Neocarzinostatin
Chromophore, Xi, Z., Jones, G.B., Qabaja, G., Wright, J.W., Johnson, F.S., Goldberg, I. H., Org.
Lett. 1999, 1, 1375.

Stereoselective access to Substituted Enediyne Building Blocks, Hynd, G., Jones, G.B.,
Plourde, G.W., Wright, J.W., Tetrahedron Lett. 1999, 40, 4481

Stereochemical control in the metallohalocarbenoid route to linear enediynes, Wright, J.W.,
Jones, G.B., Tetrahedron Lett. 1999, 40, 7605


Barry Karger

Foret, F., Liu, H., Zhang, B., Felten, C. and Karger, B.L., “Microdevices for Electrospray Mass
Spectrometry”, Proceedings of the TAS ‟98 Workshop, eds., Harrison D. Jed and van den
Berg, A., 35-38(1999).

Felten, C., Quan, C.P., Chen. A.B., Canova-Davis, E., McNerney, T., Goetzinger, W.K., Karger,
B.L., “The Use of Acidic and Basic pH and Calcium Ion Addition in the Capillary Zone
Electrophoretic Characterization of RHD (rhDNAse), A Comple Phosphoglycoprotein”, J.
Chromatogr. A, 853, 295-308 (1999).

Little, J., Hughes, D.E. and Karger, B.L., “A Powerful Screening Technology Utilizing Capillary
Electrophoresis”, American Biochemistry, 36, August 1999.

Brady, D., Quan, C.P., Chen, A.B., Canova-Davis, E., McNerney, T., Goetzinger, W.K., Karger,
B.L., “The Use of Acidic and Basic pH and Calcium Ion Addition in the Capillary Zone
Electrophoretic Characterization of RHD (rhDNAse), A Complex Phosphoglycoprotein”, J.
Chromatogr. A, 853, 295-308 (1999).




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Ira Krull

L.C. Santora, I.S. Krull, and K. Grant. Characterization of recombinant human monoclonal
tissue necrosis factor antibody using cation exchange HPLC and capillary isoelectric focusing.
Anal. Biochem., 275, 98 (1999).

H.J. Liu, B.-Y. Cho, R. Strong, I.S. Krull, S. Cohen, K.C. Chan, and H.J. Issaq. Derivatization of
peptides and small proteins for improved identification and detection in capillary zone
electrophoresis (CZE). Anal. Chim. Acta, 400, 181 (1999).

I I.S. Krull and M.E. Swartz. Analytical method development and validation for the academic
researcher. Anal. Letters, 32(6), 1067 (1999).

I.S. Krull and M.E. Swartz. Analytical method development and validation for the academic researcher.
Anal. Letters, 32(6), 1067 (1999).

I.S. Krull and M.E. Swartz. The International Conference on Harmonization. LC/GC Magazine, 17(9),
836, (1999).

I.S. Krull and M.E. Swartz. Cleaning validation. LC/GC Magazine, 17(11), 1016 (1999).


Philip Le Quesne

Dong, Y.; Pai, N.N.; Ablaza, S.L.; Yu, S.-X.; Bolvig, S.; Forsyth, D.A.; Le Quesne, P.W.,
“Quararibea Metabolites. 4. Total Synthesis and Conformational Studies of ()-Funebrine and
()-Funebral,” J. Org. Chem., 1999, 64, 2657.

Dong, Y.; Blythe, T.A.; Le Quesne, P.W., “Pyrrole Alkaloids and Related Compounds”,
Alkaloids, Chemical and Biological Perspectives, Ed. By S.W. Pelletier, Elsevier, 1999, Volume
13, pp.210 – 258.


Sanjeev Mukerjee

S. J. Lee, S. Mukerjee, E. A. Ticianelli, and J. McBreen, „Electrocatalysis of CO Tolerance in
Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells‟, J. Electrochim Acta., 44, 3283 (1999).

S. Mukerjee, S. J. Lee, E. A Ticianelli, J. McBreen, B. N. Grgur, N. M. Markovic, and P. N. Ross
Jr., J. R. Giallombardo, and E. S. DeCastro, „Investigation of Enhanced CO Tolerance in Proton
Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells by Carbon Supported PtMo Alloy Catalyst‟,
Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 2, 12 (1999)

M. Giorgetti, S. Passerini, W. H. Smyrl, S. Mukerjee, X. Q. Yang, and J. McBreen, “In situ X-ray
Absorption Spectroscopy Characterization of V2 O5 Xerogel Cathodes upon Li Intercalation”, J.
Electrochem. Soc., 146, 2387 (1999).

S, Mukerjee, and J. McBreen, 'An In situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy Investigation of the
Effect of Sn Additions to Carbon Supported Pt Electrocatalysts, Part I, j. Electrochem. Soc.,
146, 600 (1999).


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X. Q. Yang, X. Sun, S. J. Lee, S. Mukerjee, and J. McBreen, 'Structural Studies of LiMn2O4
Spinels', Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 2, 157 (1999).

Y. Ein Eli, J. T. Vaughey, M. M. Thackeray, S. Mukerjee, X. Q. Yang, and J. McBreen, 'LiNiXCuo.5-
X Mn1.5 O 4 Spinel Electrodes, Superior High Potential Cathode Materials for Li Batteries-I.
Electrochemical and Structural Studies‟ J. Electrochem. Soc., 146, 908 (1999).

E. A. Ticianelli, S. Mukerjee, J. McBreen, G. D. Adzic, and J. R. Johnson, J. Electrochem. Soc.,
146, 3582 (1999).


Mary Jo Ondrechen

“Theory of Electroabsorption Spectroscopy in Pyrazine-Bridged Ru Dimers,” A. Ferretti, A.
Lami, L.F. Murga, I.A. Shehadi, M.J. Ondrechen and G. Villani, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121, 2594-
2596 (1999)

“Introducing a Practice-Oriented Approach in Physical Chemistry Instructional Laboratory,” D. E.
Budil, L.R. Khundkar, I.A. Shehadi and M.J. Ondrechen, J. Chem. Ed. 76, 601-602 (1999)


William Reiff

“An Internal Hyperfine Field of 62.4 T in Ferromagnetically Ordered -Iron(II) Octaethyl-
tetraazaporphyrin”, Mol. Crust. And Liq. Cryst., 1999, 335, 23-31.


Nelly Rodriguez

P. E. Anderson and N. M. Rodriguez "Synthesis of Graphite Nanofibers from the Decomposition
of CO/H2 over Silica Supported Iron-Nickel Particles", Journal of Materials Research.14, 2912-
2921 (1999)

Park, P. E. Anderson, C. D. Tan, R. Hidalgo, A. Chambers and N. M. Rodriguez, "Further
Studies on the Interaction of Graphite Nanofibers with Hydrogen", Journal of Physical Chemistry
B. 103, 10572-10581 (1999)

J. Ma, N. M. Rodriguez, M. A. Vannice and R. T. K. Baker, "Modifications in the Morphological
and Chemical Properties of Copper Supported on Different Allotropic Forms of Carbon", Journal
of Catalysis. 183 32-44 (1999)

P.E. Anderson, C.D. Tan, A. Crowe and N.M. Rodriguez “Hydrogen Storage in Carbon
Nanostructures”, in Proceedings of the Workshop Hydrogen – Electrochemistry and
Energetics”, Trondheim, Norway, June 1999, pp. 39-45



P.E. Anderson and N. M. Rodriguez, “ Graphite Nanofibers in Hydrogen Storage”, Proceedings



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of the 4th International Conference of New Energy Systems and Conversions, NESC‟99 Osaka,
June 1999 p. 31-36


Paul Vouros

Marzilli, L.A., Harsch, A., Barry, J.P., Vouros, P., Law, S.-J., and Sells, T., “Oligonucleotide
Sequencing Using Guanine-Specific Methylation and ESI-Ion Trap MS”, J. Mass Spectrom., 34,
276-280 (1999).

Siu-Caldera, M-L., Sekimoto, H., Weiskopf, A., Vouros, P., Bishop, J., Norman, A.W.,
Uskokovic, M.R., Schuster, I., and Reddy, G.S., “Studies of 1, 25(OH) 2-3-epi-D3 Production in
Two Osteosarcoma Cell Lines (UMR 106 and ROS 17/2.8): Existence of 3-Epimerization
Pathway Independent of C-24 Oxidation Pathway”, Bone, 34, 457-463 (1999)

Vouros, P., Mueller, D.R., and Richter, W.J., “Low Energy Collision Induced Dissociation of B 1-
Type Sugar Ions Formed from Peracetylated Methyl Pentosides and Methyl 6-Deoxyhexosides”,
J. Mass Spectrom, 34, 34-353 (1999).

Sekimoto, H., Siu-Caldera, M.L., Weiskopf, A., Vouros, P., Muralidharan., K.R., Okamura, W.H.,
Uskokovic, M.R., and Reddy , G.S., “1, 25-dihydroxy-3-epi-vitamin D3: In vivo metabolite of 1,
25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 in rats”, FEBS Letters, 448, 278-282 (1999).

Ding, J.-M and Vouros P., “Advances in Capillary Electrophoresis - Mass Spectrometry: recent
developments in interfaces and applications”, Anal. Chem. 71, 378A-385A (1999).

Gangl, E.T., Turesky, R.J. and Vouros, P. “ Determination of the In-Vivo formed DNA adducts of
2-Amino-3-methylimidazo [4,5-f] quinoline by Capillary Liquid Chromatography-
microElectrospray Mass Spectrometry"” Chem Res. Toxicol, 12, 1019-1027, 1999].

Andrews, C.L., Vouros, P., and Harsch, A., “Analysis of DNA Adducts Using High Performance
Separation Techniques Coupled to Electrospray Mass Spectrometry”, J. Chromatogr. A. 856,
515-526 (1999).




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      PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINARS BY FACULTY

Terry Baker

“The Impact of Selected Sulfides on Carbon Deposition on Metal Alloys”, Elf Ato-Chem North
America, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 1999.

“Hydrogen Storage in Graphite Nanofibers”, Du-Pont Central Research & Development
Laboratory, Wilmington, DE, Nov. 1999.

"Graphite Nanofibers as a Novel Catalyst Support Medium", Philadelphia Catalysis Society,
November 1999.

“Catalytically Produced Carbon Nanostructures”, Corporate Research Laboratories, General
Motors, Warren, Michigan, May, 1999.

“The Role of Metal Particles in the Formation of Graphite Nanofibers”, Trondheim University,
Norway, June, 1999.

“Graphite Nanofibers as a Novel Catalyst Support Medium” Invited Lecturer, Hungarian
Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Oct. 1999

“The Interplay between Metal Particles and Hydrocarbons”, Invited Lecturer, Kyoto Research
Institute, Japan, June 1999.

“The Interplay between Metal Particles and Hydrocarbons”, Invited Lecturer, Osaka Gas
Company, Osaka, Japan, June 1999.

“Graphite Nanofibers as a Novel Catalyst Support Medium”, Biology Department, Northeastern
University, Nov. 1999

“Graphite Nanofibers- A Micro-Engineered Material”, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Seattle,
May, 1999

“Ethylene Hydroformylation on Graphite Nanofiber Supported Rhodium Catalysts”, North
American Catalysis Society Meeting, Boston, June, 1999

“Inhibitions of Carbon Deposition on Metal Alloy Surfaces”, AiChE Meeting, Houston, March,
1999


David Budil

“220 GHz EPR studies of Spin-Labeled DNA” 22nd International EPR Symposium at the 41st
Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Denver, CO, August, 1999.

“220 GHz studies of triplet photochemistry in bacterial photosynthetic reaction centers”,



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UMBELA user workshop on High Frequency EPR, Nijmegen SON Research Center, Oct. 20-
23, 1999, University of Nijmegen, Holland
Veeraraghavan Srinivasan, David E. Budil, and David J. Jebaratnam, “Azoester-generated
radicals: Spin-trapping and synthetic studies”, 217th National Meeting of the American Chemical
Society, Anaheim, CA, March 21-25, 1999.
Rajesh Satyamurti, Nga Nguyen, and David E. Budil “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Local
Spin-Label Motions and High-Field EPR Spectra”, 22nd International EPR Symposium at the 41st
Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Denver, CO, August, 1999.
Stephen V. Kolaczkowski, Ronghui Zeng, and David E. Budil “220 GHz EPR Studies of Triplet
States in the Bacterial Photosynthetic Reaction Center”, 22nd International EPR Symposium at
the 41st Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Denver, CO, August, 1999.
Veeraraghavan Srinivasan, Russell Hopson, Stephen V. Kolaczkowski, and David E. Budil
“Spin-Trapping Studies of Radical Intermediates in Azoester Hydrolysis: In Search of New DNA-
Cleaving Compounds, 22nd International EPR Symposium at the 41st Rocky Mountain
Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Denver, CO, August, 1999.


“220 GHz EPR studies of spin-labeled DNA dynamics”, UMBELA user workshop on High
Frequency EPR, Nijmegen SON Research Center, Oct. 20-23, 1999, University of Nijmegen,
Holland


Geoffrey Davies

G. Davies, “Adventures with Humic Acids,” Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, February, 1999.

B. Xing, J. Mao, W. G. Hu, K. Schmidt-Rohr, G. Davies and E. A. Ghabbour, “Evaluation of
Different Solid State 13 C NMR Techniques for Characterizing Humic Acids,” Humic Substances
Seminar III, Boston, MA, March, 1999.

E. A. Ghabbour, G Davies, R. A. Dunfee, N. A. Smith and M. E. Vozzella, “Adsorption of Nucleic
Acid Constituents on Solid Peat and Soil Derived Humic Acids”, invited lecture, Symposium on
Humic Substances in Soil and Related Environments, Canadian Society of Soil Science Annual
Meeting, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, August, 1999.

G. Davies. E. A. Ghabbour, N. K. Ghali and M. D. Mulligan, “Tight Metal Binding by Peat and Soil
Derived Humic Acids,” Symposium on Humic Substances in Soil and Related Environments,
Canadian Society of Soil Science Annual Meeting, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island,
Canada, August 1999.

G. Davies, E. A. Ghabbour, N. K. Ghali and M. D. Mulligan, “The Effect of Temperature on Tight
Metal Binding by Peat and Soil Derived Solid Humic Acids,” American Chemical Society 218th
National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August 1999.

E. A. Ghabbour, G. Davies, Y. -Y. Lam, J. Mao and B. Xing, “Isolation of Humic Acids from the
Water Hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes, American Chemical Society 218th National Meeting,
New Orleans, LA, August, 1999.




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G. Davies, “Adventures with Humic Acids,” (Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences,
URI and The Society of Sigma Xi). University of Rhode Island, October, 1999.

G. Davies, American Chemical Society Tour Speaker, Heartland Region, October, 10-16, 1999:
“New Catalysts from Transmetalation Chemistry,” Lincoln, Nebraska ACS Section
“Co-operative Education: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, Omaha, Nebraska ACS Section
“Adventures with Humic Acids,” Minneapolis, Minnesota ACS Section
“New Catalysts from Transmetalation Chemistry,” Sioux Falls, South Dakota ACS Section
“Adventures with Humic Acids,” Fargo, North Dakota ACS Section

G. Davies, E. A. Ghabbour, N. K. Ghali and M. D. Mulligan, “Tight Metal Binding by Peat and Soil
Derived Solid Humic Acids,” Soil Science Society Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT,
November, 1999.

B. Xing, J. Mao, W. G. Hu, K. Schmidt-Rohr, G. Davies and E. A. Ghabbour, “Examination of
Humic Acids Using Solid State 13C NMR Techniques,” Soil Science Society Annual Meeting,
Salt Lake City, UT, November, 1999.

G. Davies and E. A. Ghabbour, “Undergraduate Adventures with Humic Acids,” Bates College,
November, 1999.


Robert Hanson

Lee, C –Y., Hanson, R.N., Hughes, A. and DeSombre, e.R., Solid Phase synthesis of
(17,20E/Z)-21(Substituted Phenyl)-19-norpregna-1,3,4(10), 20-tetraene-3,17-diols using the
Stille coupling. NERMCAP XXIV, University of Rhode Island, May 1999

Friel, C.J., Hanson, R.N. and DeSombre, E.R., The Design, synthesis and molecular modeling
of novel probes for the estrogen receptor. NERMCAP XXIV, University of Rhode Island, May
1999

Choi, S.W., Elmaleh, D.R., Hanson, R.N., and Fischman, A.J., Development of novel DAT
radioligands: Design synthesis and in vitro evaluation of acyclic amine-amide analogs of GBR
12909 + 12935. Society of Nuclear Medicine 49th Annual Meeting. June 1999

Choi, S.W., Elmaleh, D.R., Hanson, R.N., and Fischman, A.J., Synthesis and structure-affinity
studies of piperidine-based analogs of GBR 12935: 3-aminomethyl-and 4- aminopiperidine
derivatives as potential DAT-radioligands. Society of Nuclear Medecine 49th Annual Meeting.
June 1999

Moaddel, R., Hanson, R.N., Loring, R.H., and Jones, G.S., Jr. Synthesis and evaluation of novel
bifunctional probes for the nicotinic receptor (nNAchR). American Chemical Society 218 th
Annual Meeting, August 1999

Friel, C.J., Hanson, R.N. and DeSombre, E.R., The Design, synthesis and molecular modeling
of novel probes for the estrogen receptor. American Chemical Society 218th Annual Meeting,
August 1999




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Lee, C –Y., Hanson, R.N., Hughes, A. and DeSombre, e.R., Solid Phase synthesis of
(17,20E/Z)-21(Substituted Phenyl)-19-norpregna-1,3,4(10), 20-tetraene-3,17-diols using the
Stille coupling. American Chemical Society. 218th Annual Meeting. August 1999

Moaddel, R., Najim, J., Modadugu, P., Hanson, R., and Loring, R.H., Novel radiolabeled
arsenylating agents for nicotine receptors. Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting, October
1999

Hinerth, M.A., Collins, H.A., Baniecki, M.L., Hanson, R.N., and Waszczak, B.L. A novel in vivo
assay for the effects of cocaine (COC) and GBR 12909 analogs on dopamine transporter
activity of substantia nigra (SN) and ventral tegmental area (VYA) dopamine (DA) neurons.
Society of Neuroscience Annual Meeting. October 1999


Graham Jones

“Enediyne Antitumor Agents” Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA February 26, 1999

“Proteolytic Enediynes as Biological Probes”, U Mass Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA February 10,
1999

“Electronic Control of Enantioselective Catalysis”, Imperial College of Science, Technology and
Medicine, London, 12/13/99

“Chemical and Biological Applications of Designed Enediynes”, Brandeis University, Wlatham,
12/6/99

“Chemical and Biological Applications of Designed Enediynes”, University of Texas, Austin,
11/19/99

“Stereoselective Access to Substituted Enediyne Building Blocks”, 218th National ACS Meeting,
New Orleans, LA 8/23/99

“Synthesis and DNA Binding of Spirocyclic Model Compounds Related to the Neocarzinostatin
Chromophore”, ISHC Symposium, Vienna, 8/4/99

“Stereoselective Access to Substituted Enediyne Building Blocks”, Gordon Conference on
Natural Products, New England College, 7/28/99 [poster; Hynd, G. Presenting]

“Stereoselective Access to Substituted Enediyne Building Blocks”, Organic Synthesis
Symposium, Cambridge, UK, 7/21/99

“Electronic Control in Enantioselective Catalysis”, Organometallics in Organic Synthesis,
Versailles, France, 7/20/99

“Atom Transfer Chemistry of Enediyne Derived Diyls”, U Mass Lowell, Lowell, MA 5/14/99

“A Remarkable and Direct Route to Conjugated Enediynes”, New England Region Medicinal
Chemistry and Pharmacognosy Symposium, Kingston, RI, 5/15/99



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Barry Karger

IBC‟s 4th Annual Conference on Microfabrication & Microfluidic Technologies, “On-Line
Microchip Mass Spectrometry”, San Francisco, CA, August 2-3, 1999.

CE in Biotechnology: Practical Applications for Protein Analysis Symposium, “A Status Report
on Protein Analysis by Capillary Electrophoresis”, San Francisco, CA, August 18, 1999.

15th Asilomar Conference on Mass Spectrometry: Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics,
“On-Line Separation/MALDI-TOF for High Throughput Analysis of Peptides and Proteins”,
Pacific Grove, CA, October 8-12, 1999.

10th Annual Frederick Conference on Capillary Electrophoresis, “High Performance Capillary
Electrophoresis: Has It Arrived?”, Frederick, MD, October 18-20, 1999.

R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, “Recent Advances in Capillary
Electrophoresis for Drug Discovery and Drug Analysis”, Raritan, NJ, Sept. 14, 1999.

M.I.T. Center for Environmental Health Sciences, “Recent Performance in DNA Analysis by
Capillary Electrophoresis: DNA Sequencing and Mutational Analysis”, Cambridge, MA, October
14, 1999.

12th International Symposium on High Performance Capillary Electrophoresis and Related
Microscale Techniques (HPCE),         “Advances in DNA Analysis by Capillary Array
Electrophoresis: Sequencing and Fraction Collection”, Palm Springs, CA, Jan 25-28, 1999

Bioinformatics and Biomolecular Technologies:          Linking Genomes, Proteomes and
Biochemistry, “DNA Analysis by Capillary Array Electrophoresis: Long Range Sequencing and
Automated Fraction Collection”, Durham, NC. 19-22, 1999.

Novartis Symposium on LC/MS, “Online Microchip Mass Spectrometry”, Hanover, NJ, Apr. 12,
1999

1st International Workshop on Advanced Genomics, Long Read Length DNA Sequencing by
Capillary Electrophoresis with Replaceable Polymer Matrices”, Tokyo, Japan, Apr. 27-29, 1999

Cambridge Healthtech Institute‟s High Throughput Technologies Conference, “High Throughput
Mass Spectrometry”, Washington, D.C., May 3-5, 1999

16th Triangle Chromatography Symposium,       “Approches to High Throughput CEMS Using
Microdevices”, Raleigh, NJ, May 13, 1999

23rd International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phase Seperations and Related
Techniques (HPLC), “The Future Directions of Seperations in the Life Sciences”, Granada,
Spain, May 30-June 4, 1999.




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Rein Kirss

“Electrocyclic Reactions of Ruthenium Pentadienyl Compunds”, Organometallic Gordon Conference,
Salve Regina College, July 1999

“Electrocyclic Reations of Ruthenium Pentadienyl Compounds”, 218th American Chemical Society
National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August, 1999

“Synthesis, Characterization and Oxidation of Phosphine Bridged Ferrocenes: Is Iron Always Oxidized
First?” NSF Organometallic Workshop, Baltimore, MD, June, 1999


Ira Krull

Northeastern University, Biology Department, invited Lecture, April 21, 1999. FDA Validation
Requirements for Biotechnology Poducts (I.S. Krull)

University of Missouri at Rolla, MO, December 6, 1999, Invited Lecture: Rederivatization of
Peptides for Improved Identification and Detection in Capillary Electrophoresis (CE).

Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, MD and Washington, DC, Retirement Symposium for
Tom Doyle, Invited Lecture, March 25-26, 1999, Washington, DC.

Elsevier Invited Symposium on Measurements for the Millenium, Egmond aan Zee, Holland, April
14-16, 1999, invited paper

Capillary Electrophoresis Society of New England (CESONE) monthly meeting, invited talk,
Beckman Instruments, Wakefield, MA, April 20, 1999. Derivatization of Peptides for Improved
Indentification and Detection in Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) (I.S. Krull)

Washington, DC Chromatography Discussion Group, HP Facilities, Gaithersburg, MD, October
21, 1999, Invited lecture: Derivitization of Peptides for Improved Identification and Detection in
Capillary Electrophoresis (CE).

Third Well Characterized Biotechnology Pharmeceuticals (WCBP), January 5-8, 1999,
Washington DC, Poster paper: Characterization of Antiobody D2E7 Using Cation Exchange
HPLC and Capillary Isoelectric Focusing (CIEF) (I.S. Krull, L.C. Santora, and K. Grant.)

Tenth International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, Washington DC,
May 9-12, 1999, poster presentation: Improved HPLC and HPCE analysis for peptides and
proteins using alternative tagging methods (I.S. Krull and Hongji Liu).

Research and Scholarship Poster Session, Making Connections, Northeastern University, May
10, 1999, poster presentation: Characterization of Antibody D2E7 Using Cation Exchange HPLC
and Capillary Isoelectric Focusing (CIEF) (I.S. Krull, L.C. Santora, And K. Grant).




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Gordon Conference and Reactive Polymers, Ion-Exchangers and Absorbents, New Hampton
School, NH, July 18-23, 1999 (Co-Chair, session on Combinatorial Chemistry, presentation).
Poster paper on: Characterization of Antibody D2E7 Using Cation Exchange HPLC and
Capillary Isoelectric Focusing (CIEF) (I.S. Krull, L.C. Santora, and K. Grant)


Philip Le Quesne

Poster, “Biomimetic Syntheses of Quararibea Alkaloids and Magnolamide,” Gordon Research
Conference on National Products, Henniker, H.H., July 1999.


Patricia Mabrouk

Eastern Analytical Symposium (November 15-18, 1999) “Bioanalytical Chemistry”

8th Annual NESACS Undergraduate Day (November 13, 1999) “A Solvent Engineering
Approach to the Problem of Biomolecular Recognition in Heme Proteins”

FACSS (October 25, 1999) “Curriculum Reform in Analytical Chemistry”

FACSS (October 25, 1999) “New Insights into the Redox Nature of Cyt c from
Spectroelectrochemical Studies in Mixed Solvents”

1999 ACS Meeting (August 22, 1999) “Problem-based Learning in the Quantitative Analysis
Class”

Joint NESACS-ECS Meeting (September 9, 1999) “The Direct Electrochemistry of Cyt c
Organic Media”

Williams College (April 9, 1999) Department of Chemistry “Spectrelectrochemical Studies of
Metalloenzymes in Unconventional Media”

University of Massachusetts Lowell (April 5, 1999) Department of Biochemistry “New Insights in
the Redox Function of Horse Cytochrome c from Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Studies in
Mixed Solvents”

Northeastern University (January 5, 1999) Biomedical Sciences “New Insights into Peroxidase
Structure and Function from Resonance Raman Studies in Benzene Solution”


Sanjeev Mukerjee

'Nano-Phase Materials for Enhanced CO Tolerance in Reformer Based Proton Exchange
Membrane Fuel Cells: New Materials & In situ Spectroscopy', S. Mukerjee, S. J. Lee, E. A.
Ticianelli and J. McBreen. Workshop on Designed Catalyst for Fuel Cell Systems, Sponsored
by the Army Research Office and The Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration,



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Illinois Institute of Technology, April 18-21, 1999. (Invited Talk)

“Prospects of Improved Electocatalysis for CO Tolerance in Reformer Based Proton Exchange
Membrane Fuel Cells”. S. Mukerjee, S.J. Lee, E.A. Ticianelli and J. McBreen, in the symposium
on “Hydrogen Energy Technologies in the 21st Century”. Spring Meeting of the Electrochemical
Society, Seattle, WA, May 2-6, 1999

“Corrosion Characteristics in AB5 type Metal Hydride Electrodes”, S. Mukerjee, J. McBreen, J.J.
Reilly, J.R. Johnson, and G.D. Adzic, in the Symposium of “Hydrogen Energy Technologies for
the 21st Century., Spring Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Seattle, W.A. May 2-6, 1999

„A Molecular Level Precpective of the Electroanalysis at Nano-crystalline Cluster Interfaces: A
Synchrotron based In situ XAAS Investigation'. S. Mukerjee and J. McBreen, in the symposium
on 'Spectroscopic Tools for Analysis of Electrochemical Systems'. (Invited Talk). Spring
meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Seattle, WA, May 2-6, 1999

“Electrocatalysis at Nano-phase Interfaces: A Molecular Level Perspective” S. Mukerjee
First Gordon Research Conference on Fuel Cells, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH June
27-July 2, 1999.'Electrocatalysis at Nano-Phase Cluster Interfaces: A Molecular Level
Perspective', S. Mukerjee. (Invited Talk)

3rd International Symposium on Electrocatalysis: Advances & Industrial Applications. Portoroz-
Portorose, Slovenia, September 11-15, 1999 'Prospects of Enhanced CO Tolerance in Proton
Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells', S. Mukerjee. (Invited Talk)

“Prospects of CO Tolerance in Proton Exhange Membrane Fules Cells”, S. Mukerjee, 3rd
International Symposium on Electrocatalysis: Advances & Industrial Applications. Potoroz-
Potprose, Slovenia, Sept. 11-15, 1999.


Mary Jo Ondrechen

“Theory of Enzyme Catalysis in Vitamin B6 Mediated Enzymatic Systems," Departmental
Colloquium, University of New Hampshire, December 2, 1999.

“Models for Enzyme-Substrate Interactions in Alanine Racemase,” seminar, University of
California San Diego, December 15, 1999.

“Molecular Mechanical Modeling of Enzyme-Substrate Interactions in Alanine Racemase”, M.J.
Ondrechen and J.M. Briggs, Computational Chemistry Division, ACS National Meeting,
Anaheim, CA, March, 1999

“Theory of Orientational Effects in Electroabsorption Profiles for Electron Donor-Acceptor
Couples”, M.J. Ondrechen, L.F. Murga, I.A. Shehadi, A. Ferretti, A. Lami and G. Villani, Inorganic
Division, ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1999

“Models for Tribal and Stakeholder Involvement in the Development of Novel Remediation
Technologies”, World Environmental Technology Expo, Atlantic City, NJ, April, 1999




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“A Model for Enzyme-Substrate Interactions in Alanine Racemase”, M.J. Ondrechen and J.M.
Briggs, Tenth International Symposium on Vitamin B6 and Carbonyl Catalysis, Santa Fe, NM,
November, 1999


Bill Reiff

“High Frequency and Field Antiferromagnetic Resonance. Application in transition Metal
Molecular Complexes”, Specialized Colloque Ampere. EPR, NMR and NQR in Solid
State Physics: Recent Trends, Pisa, Italy, June 1999;

“Dipolar Ferromagnetic Ordering in Layered Perrhenates M2+(Reo4) 2, X-ray and
Neutron Structures”. American Crystallographic Association Meeting, Arlington, VA, July
18-23, 1999, paper.

“Search for Weak-Interaction Effects in Chemistry for Physics Parity Violation Energy
Differences”, South East Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, October
1999


Nelly Rodriguez

“Further Developments on the Interaction of Hydrogen and Graphite Nanofibers”, Hydrogen
Power Now, 9th Canadian Hydrogen Association Meeting, Vancouver, February 1999

“Hydrogen Storage in Graphite Nanofibers”, Meeting of the TMS and the Electrochemical
Society, Boston, March 1999

“Hydrogen Storage in Graphite Nanofibers”, General Motors Corp., Michigan, May 1999

“Graphite Nanofibers and the Future of Hydrogen Storage”, Hydrogen – Electrochemistry and
Energetics Workshop, Norway, June 1999

“Hydrogen Storage in Graphite Nanofibers”, International Society of Energy Systems and
Conversions, Osaka, Japan, June 1999

“On the Interaction of Hydrogen with Graphite Nanofibers”, Osaka Gas Company, Japan, June
1999

“On the Interaction of Hydrogen with Graphite Nanofibers”, Gordon Research Conference on
Metal-Hydrogen Interactions, NH, July 1999.

“Further Studies of the Interaction of Hydrogen with Graphite Nanofibers”, Stat-Oil Summit
“Future Energy Carriers for the Transport Sector”, Trondheim, Norway, September 1999

“On the Interaction of Hydrogen with Graphite Nanofibers”, Institute of Isotopes of the Hungarian
Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, October 1999.


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“Graphite Nanofibers a Unique Material for Hydrogen Storage”, Electrochemical Society Meeting,
Seattle, May 1999.


J. Ma and N. M. Rodriguez, “Nitrous Oxide Decomposition and Reduction over Copper/Graphite
Nanofiber Catalysts”, North American Catalysis Society Meeting, Boston, May 1999

K. Laubernds, C. Park and N. M. Rodriguez, “ A Reversible Catalytic Deactivation
Phenomenon”, North American Catalysis Society Meeting, Boston, May 1999

N. M. Rodriguez, P.E. Anderson, U. Wild, R. Schlogl and Z. Paal, “Electron Microscopy and
Electron Spectroscopy of Carbon on Platinum”, North American Catalysis Society Meeting,
Boston, May 1999

“Influence of Support in the Growth of Carbon Nanostructures”, P.E. Anderson and N.M.
Rodriguez, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, December 1999, Influence of
Support in the Growth of Carbon Nanostructures”.


Paul Vouros

Igls MS Tage, Invited Plenary Lecture at Bieenial Symposium on Mass Spectrometry, Organized
by the Institute of Organic Chemistry at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, February 3-5, 1999

Pittsburgh Conference in Analytical Chemistry, “Capillary Electrophoretic Methods Coupled to
Mass Spectrometry Analysis of DNA Adducts”, Orlando, FL, March 11, 1999

American Academy of Forensics Sciences, National Meeting, Invited Lecture entitled:
“Developments in Techniques and Instrumentation in Analytical Mass Spectrometry”, in
Workshop on: Preparation for the Next Millennium in the Forensic Toxicology Laboratory,
Orlando, FL, February 15, 1999

Biogen Corporation, “Mass Spectrometric Methods in Drug Discovery”, March 23, 1999.

First Joint Mini Symposium on Advances of Separation Science and Mass Spectrometry,
Boston, MA,May 3, 1999, Plenary Lecture, “Detection of DNA Damage from Carcinogens Using
LC-MS and CE-MS”.

Plenary Lecture at Proctor and Gamble, Symposium of Worldwide Analytical Chemistry Groups
of P & G, Cincinatti, Ohio, May 12, 1999

Invited Lecture, New Brunswick, NJ, “Bioanalytical Applications of Separation Techniques
Coupled to Microspray Ionization Mass Spectrometry”, Bristol Meyers Squibb, September 7,
1999



Contributed Lecture, International Conference on New Trends in Instrumental Methods of



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Analysis, “Applications of LC and CE-MS Techniques in Bioanalytical Problems”, Chalkidiki,
Greece, Septermber 21, 1999

Invited Seminar, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, November 1, 1999

Plenary Lecture, 5th LC-MS Symposium of British Mass Spectrometry Society, Cambridge,
England, December 17, 1999


A. Harsch, L.A. Marzilli and P. Vouros, “Oxidative Damage of Nucleic Acid Constituents and
Oligonucleotides Monitored by ESI-ITMS”, oral presentation, ASMS Conference, Dallas, TX,
June, 1999.

E. Gangl, R.J. Turesky and P. Vouros, “Detection of In-Vitro and In-Vivo DNA Adducts by
Capillary Seperation Techniques Coupled to ESI-MS”, oral presentation, ASMS Conference,
Dallas, TX, June, 1999

Annette Hauser-Fang, Wendy Smith, Ramesh Gupta and Paul Vouros, “CE-MS/MS
Characterization of DNA Adduct Formed in Vitro from a 9-OH-BP-Derived Epoxide with dG”,
poster, ASMS Conference, Dallas, TX, June 1999

Jeannine Delaney, Paul Vouros, Anna Knoepfler-Muehlecker, Xiaoping Hronowski and Bruno
Domon, “Liquid Chromatography-Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry for Profiling and Characterizing
Glycan Mixtures”, Poster, ASMS Conference, Dallas, TX, June 1999

Lisa A. Marzilli, Richard Bunt, Joanne Stubbe, Paul Vouros and Andreas Harsch, “Iron-
Bleomycin Induced Damage of Tethered Oligonucleotides Monitored by ESI-ITMS”, poster,
ASMS Conference, Dallas, TX, June, 1999

Christine L. Andrews, Andreas Harsch and Paul vouros. “The Study of Duplex Oligonucleotides
by ESI-ITMS: Gas Phase Behavior of Duplexes and Covalently Modified Duplexes”, poster,
ASMS Conference, Dallas, TX, June, 1999




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                EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL GRANTS

Terry Baker

"Carbon Deposition on Supported Platinum Catalysts" US-Hungary Engineering Research -
National Science Foundation 09/1/97-08/31/00, with Prof. Zoltan Paal Hungarian Academy of
Sciences, Budapest. Co-PI's.

“Electrically Stimulated Supported Metal Catalysts”, R. T. K. Baker, DOE-BES, 5/31/00

“Modification of the Catalytic Properties of Metals by the Use of Tailored Support Materials”, R.
T. K. Baker, NSF, 1/1/97 - 4/30/99

“Influence of Selected Sulfur Additives on Metal Catalyzed Carbon Deposition”, R. T. K. Baker,
Elf AtoChem North America, 7/1/97- 6/30/99,

“Supported Bimetallic Copper Catalysts for the Selective Dehydrogenation of Alcohols”, R.T.K.
Baker (PI), NSF, GOALI Program, 5/1/99 – 6/30/02,


David Budil

NSF-ARI (CHE 9601731), “Consortium for the Development of a Continuous-Wave
Nanosecond and Subnanosecond Transient EPR High-Field Spectrometer”, with L.C. Brunel,
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL), P.D., 9/1/97-8/31/99,

NHMFL In-House Research Program, “Development of Quasioptical Methods for High-Field
EMR Spectroscopy”, with J. Krzystek, NHMFL, P.D., 9/1/98-8/31/99

NIH (NCI) “DNA Damage Recognition by Human AP-endo, „Innovative Supplement‟ 1-
R01CA72702-01A0”, with Phyllis R. Strauss, Dept. of Biology and Francis Johnson, Dept. of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, SUNY Stonybrook. 10/1/98-9/30/99.
NSF MRI “Acquisition of a High-Performance Computation/Visualization Laboratory for Scientific
Research”, with Arun Bansil, P.D. , 9/97-8/00,.

“NSF (MPS) Purchase of a Molecular Modeling System”, David A. Forsyth, P.D., 8/1/99-
7/31/00,.

NSF-Career Award, “Nove High-Field EPR Studies of Photosynthetic Reaction Centers, 1996-
2001,


Geoffrey Davies

Department of Energy (1999-01, XAFS beamtime) “Metal Binding by Humic Acids”


David Forsyth


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D.A. Forsyth (PI), P. Vouros, and T.R. Gilbert, “ A Spiral Approach to Chemical Concepts Using
GC/MS,” 1998-2000, NSF,ILI

R.N. Hanson (PI), D. Forsyth and others, “Specific Probes for the ER-Hormone Binding
Domain, 1999-2003

D. Forsyth, (PI), M. J. Ondrechen, “Acquisition of Molecular Modeling Workstations, NSF-CHE-
9974620, 1999-2000, (with G. Jones, P.Warner, D. Budil, P.A. Mabrouk)


Bill Giessen

CMAC Sponsored Program (applied computational research, Dr. L. Sakharov, P.I.)


Thomas Gilbert

“A Spiral Approach to Chemical concepts Using GC/MS”, NSF-DUE-9850580, (7/1/98-6/30/00)
(Co-PI)

NSF/CDD project (3rd year of 3-yr. grant) on “Connecting Undergraduate Analytical Courses to
Modern Analytical Chemistry”. (PI)

Co-director, “Summer Science Camp” (2nd year of 3-yr., grant from the Coca Cola Foundation)

Teacher Professional Development Workshops (donation from R. Matz).

Member of the Executive Committee, Partnerships in Education Program; 2nd year of 4-year
grant funded by the Kellogg Foundation

U.S. Department of Education‟s Teacher Quality Enhancement (Title II) program, for 5 years,
beginning 9/1/99, (Northeastern delegate)


Robert Hanson

National Cancer Institute (NIH) Specific Probes for the ER-Hormone Binding Domain. 1999-
2003.

U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command (DoD). A Structure-based, Solid Phase
Synthesis Approach to the Development of Novel Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulatory
Steroids. 1999-2002.


Department of Energy. Subcontract. Synthesis of Iodinated Estrogens and their Tributylstannyl
Precursors. 1999-2002.

Graham B. Jones



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NIH (RO1GM57123), 1997-2000, “Bifunctional Antitumor Agents”

GHS-CU, 1996-1999, “Antitumor Agent Design”

PRF 33920-AC1, 1999-2001, “Multifunctional Enantioselective Catalysts”

NSF MCB-986681 [Hilderman PI], 1999,2002, Characterization of Ap4A Induced Release of NO
from Endothelial Cells

Schering-Plough [D‟Amico PI], 1999-2000, “PSA Activated Doxorubicin Conjugates”

American Cancer Society, 1999-2001, A Tripartate Prodrug of Adriamycin

NIH (ROIGM53793-05) [Goldberg, P.I.] 1999-2004, Molecular Mechansims of Nucleic Acid
Damage by enediynes


Barry Karger

NIH: Multiplex Mass Spectrometry for Proteome Analysis, (07/01/99-06/30/00).

DOE: Advances in DNA Sequencing by Capillary Array Electrophoresis: Extended Sequence
Read Length, Micro-fluidic Sample Preparation & On Expert System Basecaller, (07/01/99-
06/30/00).

NIH: Implementation of a 384 Capillary Sequencing System, (12/01/99-11/30/01)

NIH (Merit): HPLC and HPCE of Proteins, (04/01/99-03/31/01)


Ira Krull

Waters Corporation, Milford, MA, 1-year graduate student support grant, HPCE instrumentation,
software/supplies, and technical support. (restricted grant via Development Office at NU,

Merck Research Laboratories, Inc., Rahway, NJ, 1-year grant for graduate student support and
supplies (unrestricted grant via Development Office at NU,).

Waters Corporation, Milford, MA, 1-year grant of supplies, packings, instrumentation (CE),
CE/LC hardware, software, parts, reagents, and expendables (unrestricted grant via
Development Office at NU,).

BASF Bioresearch Corporation, Worcester, MA, 1-year grant for supplies and materials in areas
of CE/CEC for antibody characterization (unrestricted grant via Development Office at NU, for
1999).

The Studebaker Foundation, Princeton, NJ, 1-year grant for postdoctoral research support and
supplies (restricted grant via Development Office at NU, )




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Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc., Cambridge, MA, Analytical laboratory work on CE analysis of
macrocyclic antibiotics, for 1999.

Millenium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cambridge, MA, graduate student grant, supplies and
materials, project involving CIEF-ESI-MS for proteomics and diagnostics development, for 1999.


Philip Le Quesne

“Natural Products in Science and Industry - An Interdisciplinary U.S. – Egypt Workshop”, 1998-
1999,


Patricia Mabrouk

NSF REU Supplement (PI), , Supplement to “The Use of Non-Aqueous Media to Probe Oxyferryl
Metalloenzyme Intermediates” (MCB-9600847), 1999-2000

American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund (PI) “Bioelectrochemistry under
Extreme Conditions”, 1999-2001

ACS Project SEED (PI), “Mechanistic Study of Soybean Peroxidase” and “The Effect of Glycerol
on the Structure and Redox Activity of Horse Cytochrome c”, 1999

NSF REU Supplement (PI), supplement to "The Use of Non-Aqueous Media to Probe Oxyferryl
Metalloenzyme Intermediates" (MCB-9600847), 1997-2000,

NSF CAREER Award (PI), "The Use of Non-Aqueous Media to Probe Oxyferryl Metalloenzyme
Intermediates" (MCB-9600847), 1996-2000,

NSF - Course and Curriculum Development (co-PI), "Connecting Undergraduate/Analytical
Courses to Modern Analytical Chemistry." (DUE-9554906), 1996-1999,


Sanjeev Mukerjee

Cooperative Research and Development Award, U. S. Department of Energy, 'Development of
New Electrolyte and Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Battery Material Studies',
Principal Investigators, Sanjeev Mukerjee and Xiao Qing Yang (Brookhaven National
Laboratory), 1998-2001


Mary Jo Ondrechen

“Ab Initio Electronic Structures of Large Molecules: A) Vitamin B6 Schiff Bases; B) Novel
Alkaline Earth Organometallic Compounds” National Partnership for Advanced Computing
Resources 4000 hours of Cray T3E time1/1/99 - 12/31/99

“Models for Enzyme Action in Vitamin B6-Mediated Metabolic Reactions”, 7/1/98 – 6/30/99,



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Northeastern University Faculty Development Fund

M. J. Ondrechen, D. Forsyth, (PI), “Acquisition of Molecular Modeling Workstations, NSF-CHE-
9974620, 1999-2000, (with G. Jones, P.Warner, D. Budil, P.A. Mabrouk)


Nelly Rodriguez

 “Storage of Hydrogen in Carbon Nanostructures” US DOE, 07/01/97- 06/30/00, , R. T. K. Baker
and N. M. Rodriguez

“Investigation of the use of Carbon Nanofibers for Storage of Natural Gas”, Exxon Education
Foundation, $10,000

“Removal of Organic and Metallic Contaminants from Aqueous Streams Using Novel Filtration
Methods”, Department of Energy – Basic Energy Sciences, 09/14/96 – 09-/14/99,

“Development of Highly Conductive Nanofibers" Thiokol, 10/1/98 - 9/30/99

“Hydrogen Storage in Graphite Nanofibers" Ford Foundation, 3/1/99 - 2/28/2000,

“Hydrogen Supersponges”, Northeastern University Provost Office Grants for Minority Faculty,
7/01/99-08/30/00


Paul Vouros

NIH, "DNA Adducts of Diet Carcinogens: Analysis by 32P and Mass Spectrometry", Total
Current Funding: (total costs - 3 years, May 18, 1996 through May 17, 1999).

NIH, "The Specificity of DNA Repair for Oxidized Abasic Sites", Subcontract to NU from Harvard
Medical School, Annual Rate: (07/1/96 - 06/30/00), R. Giese, PI, PV portion: 20% sum, 2/3 of
graduate student.

U.S. Army Natick Labs, Research Support for graduate student:

NIH, “Techniques for Detecting and Identifying DNA Adducts”, Subcontract from University of
Kentucky Medical School, R. Gupta, PI, P. Vouros, Co-PI, (Northeastern Portion: (four years;
6/30/98-5/32/02.

Smith Kline Beecham, “Evaluation of Capillary LC-MS Techniques in Pharmacological
Analysis”, $60,000 (December 1, 1998 – November 30, 1999). Funds Awarded through
Development Office. Other Industrial Support,

NIH, 1RO1CA69390, „DNA Adducts of Aromatic Amines: Analysis by P-32 and MS”, Paul
Vouros, PI, 6/1.99 – 5/31/03, (direct costs – 4 years)

NIH RO1CA7193 “Specificity of DNA Repair for Oxidized Abasic Sites”, Subcontract to NU from
Harvard Medical School, 7/1/96 – 6/30/00 (PV 10% summer plus 1/3 grad student)




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NIH, 1RO1 CA77114-O1A1, “Techniques for Detecting and Identifying DNA Adducts”, CO-PI
with R. Gupta, Subcontract to NU from U. Kentucky Med School, 7/98-6/02

NIH “Vitamin D-Metabolism Through A-Ring Modifications”, Subcontract from Women and
Infants Hospital, Brown Univ. Medical School, ( 4 –years)

Smith Kline Beecham, “Capillary LC-Electrospray Ionization MS Methodology for Drug
Analysis”,

Pfizer Corporation Development of Flow Injection Analysis MS to Monitor Reaction completion”,
(expires April 2000)

U.S. Army Natick Labs, “Mass Spectrometric Studies of Porphyrins”,

Bayer Diagnostics Corporation, “Mass Spectrometric Studies of Oligonucleotides”




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     EXTERNAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: BOARD MEMBERSHIPS, ORGANIZING
                     COMMITTEES, AND EDITORSHIPS


Terry Baker

Member of the National Science Foundation Committee set to review the Epcscor program,
1999-

Named as a Fellow of American Carbon Society, July, 1999

Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal Carbon

Member of the National Sciences Foundation Review Panel for Materials Division

Member of the National Science Foundation Review Panel for career Awards, Engineering
Division


Geoffrey Davies

International Advisory Board, Bulletin of the Ethiopian Chemical Society, 1997-

Chair, Humic Substances Seminar Series, 1997-

International: Chair, Nominating Committee, International Humic Substances Society (1998-)

Editor of “Experiential, Cooperative and Study Abroad Education” feature in the Journal of
Chemical Education, 1980-present.

Co-Chair, Workshops on Environmental Science, Alexandria Universoty, 1993-


Tom Gilbert

American Chemical Society:

       Member , Board of Directors, Northeastern Section, and Nominating Committee

       Councilor, representing Northeastern Section

       Council Committee on Meetings and Expositions- member Chair, Subcommittee on Site
       Selection

       Member, Task Force in National Meeting Finances

         Member 2000, Analytical Chemistry Examination Committee, A.C.S. Examinations
Institute




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Judge 53nd Annual Science Fair, Boston Latin School, March 13

Member of the Organizing Committee, 12th International Symposium on High Performance
Capillary Electrophoresis (HPCE) and Related Microscale Techniques, Palm Springs, CA,
January, 1999

Member of the group organizing the 54th Annual Science Fair for the Boston Public Schools,
April 1, 2000


Robert Hanson

Editorial Board, Steroids


Graham Jones

Elsevier Press: Editor in Chief, Advances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents
Editorial Advisory Board, International Journal of Modern Cancer Therapy

Special Emphasis Panel member, NIH-Biorganic & Natural Products Chemistry Study Section


Barry Karger

Editorial Board, Journal of MicroColumn Separations, 1989-present

Editorial Board, Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods, 1989-present

Editorial Board, Journal of Chromatography, 1989-present

Editorial Board, Journal of High Resolution Chromatography, 1992-present

Editorial Board, Analytical Methods & Instrumentation, 1993-present

Editorial Board, Electrophoresis, 1992-present

Permanent Scientific Committee, HPLC Symposia, 1979-present

Permanent Scientific Committee, HPCE Symposia, 1990-present

Editorial Board, Combinatorial Chemistry and High Throughput Screening (CCHTS)


Ira Krull

New England Chromatography Council, Board of Directors (1988-99).

Central New England Chromatography Council, Board of Directors, 1999.



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Scientific Committee, 6th Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography Conference, Bruges,
Belgium, February, 2000

Scientific Organizing Committee, 10th International Symposium on Pharmaceutical and
Biomedical Analysis, Washington, DC, MAY, 1999.

National Research Council Fellowship Programs Panelist (1997-)

Editorial Advisory Board, Analytical Chemistry (ACS), 3-year appointment (1997-1999)

Editorial Advisory Board, J. Liquid Chromatography and Related Techniques (2000-)

Editorial Review Board, Analytical Letters (1989-1999)

Editorial Advisory Board, Biomedical Chromatography (1999-1999)


Philip Le Quesne

Co-Organizer of U.S. - Egypt Workshop on Natural Products Chemistry, Cairo, February 1999


Patricia Mabrouk

Chair and Organizer for 1999 ACS Analytical Award Symposium for Tom Wenzel (August 24,
1999)

Member of the Theodore William Richards ACS Medal Award Committee, 1999

American Chemical Society


Sanjeev Mukerjee

Organized a Symposium entitled “Hydrogen Energy Technologies for the 21st Century” at the
Spring Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Seattle , May 2-6, 1999

Member Panel of Judges for Student Poster Session, Electrochemical Society, Spring Meeting,
May 1999


Mary Jo Ondrechen

Appointed to the Interstate Technology Resource Cooperation Working Group (ITRC) for the
Western Governor‟s Association (WGA).

2001 General Chemistry Examination Committee of the American Chemical Society

Named Phi Beta Delta International Honor Society, 1999


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Nelly Rodriguez

Northeast Area Representative, American Chemical Society, Petroleum Chemistry Division,
1997-2000

US Department of Energy, Review Panel for SBRI Projects on Environmental Management
Science Program, June 1999.


Paul Vouros

Member, Board of Directors of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry

Chairman, Advisory Committee, Mass Spectrometry Research Resource Center Boston
University Medical School

Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Arqule Corporation, Medford, MA

Editorial Board, Mass Spectrometry Reviews

Editorial Board, Analytical Biochemistry

Editorial Board, Journal of Mass Spectrometry




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       DEPARTMENTAL COLLOQUIA AND SEMINARS


1999-2000, Fall Quarter

 9/17/99 Professor David Goodall, Chemistry Department, University of York, York, UK
(Ira Krull, host)
Title: Charge Coupled Device (CCD) detectors for Capillary Electrophoresis

9/30/99 Professor Mary Jane Shultz, Department of ChemistryTufts University, Medford, MA
(Pam Mabrouk, host)
 Title: Current Problems to Engage Engineers (and the rest of us) in Fundamental Chemical
Concepts.

10/5/99 David Budil, Chemistry Department, NU, Boston, MA,
Title: New High-field EPR Methods for Probing Structure and Dynamics in Biopolymers.

10/7/99 Professor Gregory Fu, Department of Chemistry, MIT, Cambridge, MA
 (Graham Jones, host)
Title: Asymmetric Catalysis using Planar Chiral Heterocycles.

12/2/99 Charles P. Scholes, SUNY Albany Chemistry Department, Albany, NY
(David Budil, host)
Title: Studies of Protein Folding by ESR Spin Labeling.

1999-00, Winter Quarter

Distinguished Alumni Speaker
1/20/00. Dr. David Ofer, Duracell Division, Gillette Corporation, Needham, MA, Research
Scientist (T. Baker, host)
Title: Lithium ion batteries

 3/2/00 Professor Julie Leary, University of CA/Berkeley, Department of Chemistry, Berkeley,
CA (G. Davies, host)
Joint with the Barnett Institute; Title: Protein Mass Spectrometry


1999-00 Spring Quarter

3/30/00 Prof. Piotr Fajer, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Dept. of Biology, Florida
State University, Tallahassee, FL.
 (D. Budil, host)
Title: Muscle: A Biological Motor.

 4/11/00 Prof. Paul Czech, Department of ChemistryProvidence CollegeProvidence, RI.
(R. Kirss, host)
Title: Remote Activation of C-X Bonds (X = S, N, O) in Conjugated
Heterocycles by Coordination of Manganese to an Adjacent Carbocylic Ring.


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4/27/00 Prof. Peter Gannett, West Virginia University School of Pharmacy, West Virginia
University.
(D. Budil, host)
Title: The Role of Free Radicals in Aryl Hydrazine Carcinogenesis.

Karl Weiss Lecture
 5/4/00 Dr. David Fine, VP R&D, Thermo Electron Corp Woburn, MA
(I. Krull, host)
Title: Some Approaches to Stimulating Innovation in a Commercial Setting.

 5/11/00 Professor David Ryan, University of Lowell, Lowell, MA
(G. Davies, host)
Title: Atmospheric Deposition of Metals and PAHs on Massachusetts Bay

5/25/00 Professor Carol A. Bessel, Department of Chemistry Villanova University
(N. Rodriguez, host)
Title: Catalysis with Unusual Materials.

Vernon Lecture
6/1/00,. Thomas P. Russell of the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, University
of Massachusetts Amherst.
(Chris Marotta, President of GSA, host)
Title: Generating Patterns From the Nano to the Micro Using Electric Fields




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