VCU Chemistry Fall 2018 Department Graduation- December 7th, 2018

December 7, 2018

Join VCU Chemistry Friday, December 7th at 6pm as we recognize and congratulate our Fall 2018 graduates. 


Role of Inorganic Chemistry in Biology and Medicine: A celebration of the 70th Birthday of Nick Farrell.

June 22, 2018

Dr. Nicholas P. Farrell, born on April 24, 1948, is a graduate of University College Dublin. He obtained his PhD from Sussex University and completed postdoctoral fellowships at Simon Fraser University and The University of British Columbia. He is currently Professor of Chemistry at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). His research interests are in the broad area of bioinorganic chemistry and specifically in the medicinal uses of inorganic compounds. With students, post-doctoral fellows and collaborators his group has made many significant discoveries in this area. This symposium brings together colleagues and former lab members to celebrate Nick’s 70th birthday and the role of inorganic chemistry in biology and medicine. Come join us for this event and we look forward to welcoming you to Richmond, VA.

2018 Rutan Symposium

April 9, 2018

2017 Chemistry Graduation Ceremony

August 1, 2017

The VCU Department of Chemistry’s Graduation Ceremony will take place Friday, May 12th, 6:00 PM at the Greater Richmond Convention Center – Exhibit Hall C.

Lidia Vallarino Memorial Lecture

April 7, 2017

Hybrid Inorganic Materials. From Fundamentals to Applications - April 7th, 2017, 4-5:30 pm, MCAL 2100, Luisa De Cola University of Strasbourg, France.


Accommodations for 2018 Farrell Symposium

June 22, 2018

All hotels offer a complimentary shuttle to and from VCU.

December 6,2018, Nick Borotto/Analytical Chemistry Faculty Candidate

December 6, 2018

Nick Borotto, Analytical Chemistry Faculty Candidate

"Elucidating Protein Structure with Covalent Labeling and Unique Mass Spectrometry Approaches"

December 4, 2018, Kelly Hines/Analytical Chemistry Faculty Candidate

December 4, 2018

Kelly Hines, Analytical Chemistry Faculty Candidate

"Enhancing the dimensionality of lipidomics analyses for antibiotic resistance studies."