Hunanamycin A—our inspiration for this project—is a natural product of marine
bacterium, Bacillus hunanensis, discovered in the mangrove swamp in the Bahamas, by
MacMillan et al. We are currently synthesizing
various aniline derivatives by using amide formation followed by Lewis acid
catalyzed cyclization to form the quinolinone core structure with R groups
attach to different positions of the aromatic ring.
quinolinone core structure has been accessed, they will…
In this presentation the effects of a plant-derived extract, Valerenic Acid, on the anxiety-like behaviors in mice was investigated using three tests. The tests used were the elevated plus maze (EPM), open field test (OFT), and tail suspension test (TST). This research project was completed under the guidance of Dr. John Hoover.
Introduction to the library for the Nursing programs, including navigating to the library website, getting help, and finding nursing databases. Updated 6/7/19
This video describes how the daily content in History of Film will be presented and reviews the foundational documents like the syllabus. It also briefly discusses the course's assignments and grading.
Molly McDyer, Made in Millersville presentation. Music therapy and eating disorders.
(INDIVIDUAL TALK)- A departmental honors thesis on how hip-hop artists construct shared sentiments toward mental illness. The paper takes a sociological dive into hip-hop's history, the racialized nature of both mental illness and hip-hop, along with other important things. Endless gratitude and salutations toward Dr. Frederika Schmitt (Thesis Advisor), Dr. Carrie Smith, Dr. Ryan Orr, Dr. Mary Glazier and many others! Enjoy!
This presentation discusses the research completed by Channel Lowery, a Master of Social Work student, at a community organization that helps employees deal with burnout and vicarious trauma. This research was conducted at the field placement site where Channel completed her internship for the first year in the MSW program.
This presentation describes a literature review conducted on the genetic risk factors of opioid use disorder. A biopsychosocial framework is utilized to categorize the variables. Implications for the field of social work are discussed.
An Introduction to the CINAHL database, including instructions on searching for and obtaining articles.
History of Film CONTENT Overview
Presentation of the Made in Millersville Journal and 2020 Editorial team
Simona Gavrilovici_Detection of Target Molecules Using Aptamer-Based Sensors
2013 Winter Commencement
3rd Grade: The Bat Loves the Night (Vocab)
6th Grade: Smokejumpers (Vocabulary)
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