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Spring 2013: Chris Grubb ′14, Gabrielle Bailey ′15, Sarah Malkowski ′14, Noah Brown ′14.


Group Members

Gabrielle Bailey, Chemistry 2015

Year: Junior
Major:  Chemistry
Minor:  Religious Studies
Hometown:  Springfield, MO
Favorite Piece of Glassware:  5 mL beaker
Other activities: St. Jude volunteering, Catholic Student Association, tennis, American Chemical Society, Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemistry Honors Society
Project: Investigating the Selectivity of Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferase SULT1A3
Plans after Rhodes: Medical School

Conference Presentations:  

245th American Chemical Society National Meeting, April 7-11, 2013:
N.S. Brown, G.E. Bailey, L.W. Peterson. Synthesis of Dopamine Analogues to Investigate the Selectivity of Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferase SULT1A3. Poster-42 2013 Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Symposium, Rhodes College, April 26, 2013.

Noah Brown, BMB 2014 

Year: Senior
Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Hometown: Charlotte, NC
Favorite Piece of Glassware: Sep Funnel
Other activities: Cross Country and Track
Project: Investigating the Selectivity of Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferase SULT1A3
Plans after Rhodes: Medical School

Conference Presentations:

245th American Chemical Society National Meeting, April 7-11, 2013:

Christopher Grubb, Chemistry 2014

Year: Senior
Major: Chemistry and Music
Hometown: Fort Worth, TX
Favorite Piece of Glassware: Buchner Funnel
Other activities: Resident Assistant, Rhodes Singers, Relay for Life
Project: Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues of the Enzyme LpxC
Plans after Rhodes: Medical School

Conference Presentations:

S. N. Malkowski, C. S. Grubb, L. W. Peterson. “Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues to Probe the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-negative Bacteria” ORGN-257 245th National American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 7-11,2013.

C.S. Grubb, S.N. Malkowski, L.W. Peterson. “Investigating the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-Negative Bacteria: Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues” Oral 33rd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Memphis, TN, February 23, 2013.

C.S. Grubb, S.N. Malkowski, L.W. Peterson. “Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues to Probe the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-negative Bacteria" Poster-36 2013 Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Symposium, Rhodes College, April 26, 2013

 

Sarah Malkowski, Chemistry 2014

Year: Senior
Major: Chemistry
Hometown: Oviedo, FL
Favorite Piece of Glassware: Everything in baby form
Other activities: Tutoring, SOS Mentor, ACS Student Club
Project: Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues of the Enzyme LpxC; Investigating the Selectivity of Human Cytosolic Sulfotransferase SULT1A3
Plans after Rhodes: MD/PhD

Conference Presentations:

S. N. Malkowski, C. S. Grubb, L. W. Peterson. “Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues to Probe the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-negative Bacteria” ORGN-257 245th National American Chemical Society Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 7-11,2013.

C.S. Grubb, S.N. Malkowski, L.W. Peterson. “Investigating the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-Negative Bacteria: Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues” Oral 33rd Annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Memphis, TN, February 23, 2013.

C.S. Grubb, S.N. Malkowski, L.W. Peterson. “Synthesis of Natural Substrate Analogues to Probe the Active Site of LpxC in Gram-negative Bacteria" Poster-36 2013 Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Symposium, Rhodes College, April 26, 2013