Welcome to the CUNY Academic Commons website for the Chemistry PhD program at the CUNY Graduate Center. This site is an online networking tool across all CUNY campuses which accompany the official Chemistry site.
Latest from Murelli’s Lab at Brooklyn College, CUNY:
Oxidopyrylium [5+2] cycloaddition chemistry: Historical perspective and recent advances (2008–2018)
Zeglis research group at Hunter College presents novel thiol-reactive bifunctional chelators that allow for site-selective labeled conjugated with improved stability and lower uptake in nontarget tissues – makes fighting cancer easier!
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Latest work by Prof. López (Lehman College) and Prof. Giovambattista (Brooklyn College) – studying the nuclear quantum effects on the liquid-liquid phase transition of a water-like monatomic liquid using computer simulations.
Latest publication by Prof. López and Prof. McGregor at Lehman College looks at the electronic structures of Nickel-Palladium alloy clusters via Density Functional Theory (DFT) study.
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Congratulations to our CUNY Chemistry doctoral faculty member Prof. Tom Kurtzman (Lehman College, The Graduate Center, CUNY) for being announced as Open Science Fellow by Silicon Therapeutics!
Latest publication by Prof. Khayat and Prof. Ghose at The City College of New York presents a novel method for sequential protein expression & capsid assembly in the cell that enables ssNMR studies of complex viruses.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2qP0zAe
Zeglis‘ Lab at Hunter College created a methodology that facilitates the dual labeling of an antibody with both a toxin and a radionuclide (89Zr-Trastuzumab-MMAE immunoconjugate) for both breast cancer therapy and clear PET imaging.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2Hl37wM