What do folks do after working with Banaszak Holl group? All kinds of amazing things.
The former members of the group are highlighted in this Rogues Gallery. You can look up details on any former group member from the names listed on the left hand bar. Notable professional and scientific achievements are highlighted below.
Group Members Going that Extra Step for Better Teaching and Science
Sunghee Lee – Chair of Chemistry Department, Iona College. Prof. Lee won a 2013 Rising Star Award from the American Chemical Society’s Women Chemist’s Committee.
Group Members Doing Cool Stuff in Industry
Kyle Litz – CTO Auterra, Inc.
Group Members with the highest cited papers
Seungpyo Hong, Pascale Leroueil, Mary-Margaret Kober – Interaction of polycationic polymers with supported lipid bilayers and cells: Nanoscale hole formation and enhanced membrane permeability. Bioconjugate Chemistry 2006, 17, 728. This paper was included in Bioconjugate Chemistry’s “25th Anniversary Collection”. It was selected to represent “the best Articles and Communications from the first 25 years of BC, highlighting the breadth of science and impact of the journal.”
Seungpyo won the 2012 New Investigator Grant Award in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technologies from the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.
Group Members with largest numbers of publications
Doug Mullen with an amazing 19 publications during his time in the group!
Mallory van Dongen with an amazing 17 publications during her time in the group!
Group Members in Club X (10 or more publications during graduate school)
Group Members in Club II (undergraduates with 2 or more publications)
Group Members in the Century Club (a publication with 100 or more citations)
Stephanie Berry, Ted Betley, Jiumei Chen, Kristen Duthie, Ming Fang, Jessica Hessler, Song Ge, Seungpyo Hong, Christopher Kelly, Damian Khan, Maggie Kober, Pascale Leroueil, Kevin Landmark, Douglas Mullen, Almut Mecke
Group Members with Journal Covers