Chemistry professor and chair Graham Jones uses environmentally (and financially) friendly methods to conduct organic drug research.
Northeastern’s student chapter of the American Chemical Society has received the highest honor bestowed upon a university by the world’s largest scientific society.
At a symposium hosted by Northeastern on Tuesday, a pioneering chemist marveled at the human body’s ability to flourish in the face of exposure to thousands of harmful pathogens.
In a new research paper, Northeastern faculty members discuss the analytical challenges researchers face as biosimilars take center stage in pharmaceutical development.
Northeastern and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have announced an institutional collaboration to fight cancer by leveraging each institution’s expertise.
Senior chemistry major Krista Wager will graduate this Friday after a prolific undergraduate research career.
Chemistry and chemical biology chair Graham Jones explains Northeastern’s role in the emerging field of green chemistry
Drug manufacturers and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) scrambled earlier this month to address a sudden shortage of methotrexate, a 60-year-old drug that treats children with severe cases of leukemia and sarcoma. Graham Jones, the chair of the chemistry and chemical biology department in the College of Science, said the problem is likely to continue as fewer pharmaceutical companies produce drugs with slim profit margins and a small patient base.
Northeastern hosts researchers, advocates and industry to discuss the future of biopharmaceuticals in America.
Chemistry chair’s testimony at FDA hearing advances University’s role in formulating U.S. approach to introduction of new biopharmaceuticals
Students with passion for discovery hope to use prestigious national award as springboard to their career plans in research and medicine
Northeastern research center introduces imaging method that could become the gold standard for initial testing of new therapeutic compounds
Northeastern graduate student recognized at American Chemical Society annual meeting for excellence and innovation in microwave chemistry
Entrepreneurial fuel-cell expert and professorcollaborates with Northeastern’s Center for Renewable Energy Technologyto developfossil fuel alternatives
Northeastern professor awarded CAREER grant to study how cells fend off potentially damaging agents
Penny Beuning has been named Northeastern’s first Cottrell Scholar, receiving $100,000 to further her research and teaching in chemical biology.
Northeastern professor John Engen has been recognized by the ACS for his achievements and research contributions as a young analytical scientist.
Northeastern University’s Biotechnology Initiative and Professional Science Master’s Degrees Underscored by New Federal Report
Boston, Mass. — A new report from the National Research Council (NRC) suggests that policymakers, universities, and employers should work together to speed the development of professionally oriented master’s degree … read more »
(with Placzek, Michael; LaBeaume, Paul; Harris, Luke; Ng, Patrick; Daniels, Mathew; Kallmerten, Amy) Tetrahedron Letters, (2011), 52, 332-335.
(with LaBeaume, Paul; Dong, Ma; Sitkovsky, Michail; Jones, Elizabeth V.; Thomas, Rhiannon; Sadler, Sara; Kallmerten, Amy E.) Org Biomol Chem, (2010), 8, 4155.
(with Wager, K.; Jones, G.B.) Current Radiopharmaceuticals, (2010), 3 (1) 37-45.