Chemistry 5430 will be offered next semester, SP 18. The main course objective is for everyone to gain a better understanding of glycol-science. Students will develop a working knowledge of the synthesis, conformation, and biological importance of carbohydrates and oligosaccharides. This course is designed to help develop scientific problem solving skills and application of organic and biochemistry to new situations.
This course will be taught by Dr. Christopher Callam on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:35 am – 10:55 am. If you are interested in this the chemistry of carbohydrates, learn more by checking out this flyer CH5430Callam-13sgc33!
Schedule an appointment with your Chemistry or Biochemistry adviser to plan your Spring 2018 schedule today!
This Spring, Chemistry 5430 (Carbohydrate Chemistry) will be a course offering.
Carbohydrate Chemistry topics include degradative reactions in acids and bases, protecting group manipulations, strategies and functional group inter-conversions, reactions at the anomeric center and pseudosugars, chemical glycoside synthesis, NMR of carbohydrates, biosynthesis of carbohydrates and enzymatic synthesis methods, and biology of carbohydrates.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:35 a.m.- 10:55 a.m.
- Gain a better understanding of glycol-science
- Develop knowledge of synthesis, conformation, and biological importance of carbohydrates and oligosaccharides
- Develop scientific problem solving skills and application of carbohydrate chemistry to new situations
Have any questions?
Contact Dr. Christopher Callam, firstname.lastname@example.org