Spotlight on Brooklyn Chemistry
Associate Professor Contel publishes "In vitro and in vivo Evaluation of Water-soluble Iminophosphorane Ruthenium(II) Compounds. A Potential Chemotherapeutic Agent for Triple Negative Breast Cancer" in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.
Associate Professor Contel publishes "Organometallic Titanocene-Gold Compounds as Potential Chemotherapeutics in Renal Cancer. Study of their Protein KInase Inhibitory Properties" in the journal Organometallics.
Associate Professor Juszczak publishes "The Broken Ring: Reduced Aromaticity in Lys-Trp Cations and High pH Tautomer Correlates with Lower Quantum Yield and Shorter Lifetimes" in the Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
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With 60 years’ research experience, our chemistry program is tops in New York City.
If you are seeking a graduate program that will open the doors to a career in chemistry in industry, education or the health field, look no further than Brooklyn College. We have a distinguished history of more than 60 years as a center of education and research excellence in New York — a stellar reputation that is recognized by the American Chemical Society. Our many illustrious alumni, including Nobel Laureate Stanley Cohen, whose research on cellular growth factors has been critical in the study of cancer development, are actively engaged in scientific endeavors around the world — and as a graduate student in our Department of Chemistry, you will enjoy the same supportive environment and small classes that they benefitted from. You will pursue your goals in diverse areas of research in a dedicated campus building with more than 50,000 square feet of research and lab space.
Department Chairperson: Ciszkowska, Malgorzata
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