UF Analytical Chemistry Seminar, Oct. 30: Amy Lane, PhD

Published: October 26th, 2015

Category: Event, News, Seminar

Dr. Amy Lane will present “Probing the biosynthetic pathways of marine actinomycete natural products” on Friday, October 30, 2015, from 11:45-12:00pm, in Leigh Hall, Room 309.

SECIM is proud to announce that 2014 SECIM Pilot & Feasibility award winner and University of North Florida Assistant Professor, Dr. Amy Lane, will present her research during an upcoming Analytical Chemistry seminar entitled:

“Probing the biosynthetic pathways of marine actinomycete natural products”

Presented by:
Amy Lane, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of North Florida
Department of North Florida

  • Date: Friday, October 30, 2015
  • Time: 11:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Location: Leigh Hall 309

Dr. Lane teaches Organic Chemistry at the University of North Florida. Her research focuses on natural products, or secondary metabolites, for clinical utility, development of nature-inspired organic synthesis routes, understanding of genes directing biosynthesis of natural products, and insights into intriguing enzymes employed in formation of these molecules. Dr. Lane was awarded a 2014 SECIM Pilot & Feasibility award for her proposal entitled, “Chemical communication signals as modulators of microbial metabolism.”

For further information, visit Dr. Lane’s UNF faculty page. Please distribute the announcement to any interested parties.