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WORK EXPERIENCES

Assistant Professor (2007-Current)

Arkansas State University (AR), Organic Chemistry

Taught Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 with corresponding laboratories.

 

Graduate Research  (2001-2007) 

Morgan State University, Improved Microwave Synthesis of Bioactive Molecules. Used microwave irradiation in the solid state to improve yields and times of current conventional reaction mechanisms.
 

Participant  (2005)

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Bioinformatics Group, Bioinformatics. Summer Workshop at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center,  “Modeling Proteins and Nucleic Acids with Amber, VMD and the MMTSB Toolkit” (June 2005).

MARC Fellow  (2004)

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Bioinformatics Group, Bioinformatics. Created theoretical model using bioinformatics for docking studies with synthetic molecules.


Research Assistant  (2000)

Ashwin Inc, Developed electro-reactive polymers for the creation of energy reflectance properties on space bound vehicles.

Graduate Research  (1997 - 1999)

Delaware State University, Crystal Engineering: A Systematic Study of Phenoxypropionic Acid Derivates Towards Predictable Non-Centrosymmetric Molecular Architectures. Engineered and studied materials that when irradiated under electromagnetic radiation (light) can shorten its wavelength thereby increasing its power.
 

Undergraduate Research Assistant  (1994 -1996)

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, The Isolation and Cloning of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase from Soybean. Isolated and cloned the Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase gene from soybean for later enzymatic research.