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Active Projects in the V Group

 

  • Drug Discovery to Fight Cancer, Infectious and Tropical Diseases

  • New Natural Product Biosynthetic Pathways from Microbial Niches

  • Biomimetic Synthesis for Better Understanding of Biology

 Click here to access details about research projects


Are you interested in pursuing your graduate study

(toward a Ph. D. or M.S. degree) at CWRU? click here for Case Chemistry graduate program.


If you are an undergraduate student and are interested in

Capstone projects, please click here to learn about opportunities.

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Synergistic to research projects, our group participates in outreach that
engage students from Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland Metropolitan
School District High schools through the BRIDGES and ACS SEED programs, respectively.

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Highlights

Small Molecule Modulators of Human Ribonucleotide Reductase Published

Sarah Huff and Deepti Sharma

Sarah Huff and Deepti Sharma

Sarah Huff published her first story on the modulation of human Ribonucleotide Reductase using non-nucleoside small molecules

identified from a high-throughput screen in Journal of Medicinal Chemistry! Congratulations Sarah!

Deepti Sharma’s study on the genomes of Group V Cyanobacteria Published

Congratulations! Deepti Sharma, Ph. D., a recent graduate from the Viswanathan Group. Her studies on the genomes of Group V cyanobacteria for novel metabolic research was published recently in BMC Genomics. Read about the publication here.

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