My teaching experience is primarily in organic
chemistry (with laboratory), both at the introductory and advanced level.
In addition, I have taught introductory and organometallic chemistry and
advanced laboratory courses. The advanced laboratory courses are
research-like experiences, which incorporate open-ended experiments, advanced
NMR spectroscopy, and regio-, stereo- or enantio-selective reactions.
I am currently teaching a first-term seminar course,
which is a course designed to develop critical thinking, writing, and speaking
skills in first-year students, in the context of a particular area of study.
My course concerns the chemistry of drugs—the chemical basis by which we
understand how several different classes of drugs, such as alcohol and
other depressants, antibiotics, and anticancer agents induce characteristic
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Organic I (141)
Organic II (251)
Organic III (375)
FTS-Chemistry of Drugs
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