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Office: CHEM 405C
Phone: 410-455-8684
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Katherine Seley-Radtke
Professor
Post-Doctoral Auburn University 1996; Ph.D. Auburn University 1996; B.A. University of South Florida 1992
FUNDING
A flexible approach to avoid viral escape mutations
$275,000
National Institutes of Health
Prodrug strategies for HCV nucleoside lead development
$275,000
National Institutes of Health
Graduate Training at the Chemistry Biology Interface
$677,000
National Institutes of Health
Fused Pyrimidine (IsoA) Nucleosides: Design, Synthesis and Biological Investigations
$1,401,075
National Institutes of Health, NCI
2002-2007
Investigation of a series of carbocyclic hybrid purine/pyrimidine nucleosides as potential dual inhibitors of S-adenosylhomocysteine hydrolase and DNA methyltransferase.
Unnatural Base Pairs as DNA Bioprobes
$940,800
National Institutes of Health
2004-2008
Synthesis, biological and biophysical investigation of DNA structure and function utilizing series of unnatural DNA base pairs. Expanded purine and extended pyrimidine heterobase scaffolds are employed.
Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities, "Unnatural Base Pairs as DNA Probes
$198,303
National Institutes of Health
2004-2006
Research Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities, "Fused Pyrimidine (IsoA) Nucleosides
$183,445
National Institutes of Health
2002-2006
"Fused Pyrimidine (IsoA) Nucleosides: Design, Synthesis and Biological Investigations"
$739,000
American Cancer Society
2002-2007
Drug and Gene Therapy Development
$1,099,548
GAANN
2002-2006
Antivirals for Orthopoxviral Infections
$260,000
5. US Department of Defense/Defense Threat Reduction Agency
2001-2006
Fleximers. New Molecular Tools for Drug Design
$11,000
Molecular Design Institute
2002-2003
College of Science Faculty Development Award
$7500
Georgia Institute of Technology
2002
Chlorinated Adenosine Derivatives as Regulators of Colorectal Cell Growth
$60,000
Georgia Tech/Medical College of Georgia
2000-2002
Modified Nucleoside "Fleximers" as Biological Probes
$24,700
Emory/Georgia Tech Biomedical Technology Collaborative Research
1998-2000