Presentations

Group Member Presentations

  1. Morimoto, P.; Bailey, N.M.; Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis and Assay of Imidazole-bearing Chalcones Targeted Towards Treatment of Aspergillosis.” UH West O‘ahu Student Research and Creative Works Symposium (April 20, 2021) – virtual.

  2. Bailey, N.M.; Morimoto, P.; Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis of Potential Agents to Combat the Pulmonary Aspergillosis.” John A. Burns School of Medicine Idea Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence Symposium (April 16, 2021) – virtual.

  3. Bailey, N.M.; Atanes, A.; Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis of Chalcone Derivatives Targeted Towards the Discovery of Novel Treatments for the Neglected Tropical Disease Leishmaniasis” National Conference on Undergraduate Research (April 13, 2021) – virtual.

  4. Bailey, N.M.; Atanes, A.; Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis of Potential Agents to Combat the Neglected Tropical Disease Leishmaniasis.” UH West O‘ahu Student Research and Creative Works Symposium (November 18, 2020) – online.

  5. Morimoto, P.; Ashburn, B.O. “Partition Coefficient of the Anti-Obesity Health Supplement Raspberry Ketone.” UH West O‘ahu Student Research and Creative Works Symposium, April 21, 2020.

  6. Le, D.J.; Morimoto, P. “Lipophilicity of the Neurostimulant Caffeine.” UH West O‘ahu Student Research Symposium, November 20, 2019.

  7. Le, D.J.; Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis, Computational Analysis, and Antimicrobial Evaluation of Electron-donating and Electron-withdrawing Groups on Chalcone Derivatives.” Tropical Conservation and Environmental Biology Symposium, UH Hilo, April 12, 2019.

  8. Wang, L.; Huynh, K. “Antibacterial Activities in Native Hawaiian Plants.” INBRE Biomedical Research Symposium, April 2016.

  9. Amato-Ocampo, J.; Carillo, R.; Ashburn, B.O.; Kae, H. “Synthesis and Antimicrobial Evaluation of a Series of Substituted Chalcone Derivatives.” INBRE Biomedical Research Symposium, April 2015.

Principal Investigator Presentations

  1. Graham-Tutt, C., Ashburn, B.O. “Transforming Classroom Instruction and Design Through the UH West Oʻahu Student Research and Creative Works Symposium.” panel discussion hosted by the UH West O‘ahu Office of Professional Development and Academic Support (May 10-14, 2021) – virtual.

  2. Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis of Heterocyclic Chalcones as Novel Antileishmanial Agents.” Experimental Biology National Conference (April 28, 2021) – virtual.

  3. Ashburn, B.O. “Synthesis of heterocyclic chalcones as novel antileishmanial agents.” American Chemical Society Spring National Meeting (April 5, 2021) – virtual.

  4. Ashburn, B.O.; Buccat, B.; Elliot, D.; Eulalio, T.; Kae, H.; MacDonald, A.; Ramos, A.; Takamatsu, H. “Discount Knowledge at the Junior College: Turning Perceived Stigma into Strength.” Annual Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans (October 22, 2020) – online.

  5. Ashburn, B.O.; Berger, G.; Cornwall, R.; Hyvl, J.; Platz, M.; Scott, D. “Teaching Organic Chemistry during the COVID-19 pandemic.” American Chemistry Society Hawaii section panel discussion. (October 22, 2020) – online.

  6. Ashburn, B.O. Seminar entitled: “The Diels-Alder Reaction: New Innovation from an 80-year-old Discovery.” Department of Chemistry, Shasta College (May 9, 2008) – Redding, CA

  7. Ashburn, B.O.; Nafziger, M.R.; Perkins, J.R.; Carter, R.G. “Polyfunctional Biaryl Templates: Construction and Application in Catalysis and Natural Product Synthesis.” National Institutes of Health National Graduate Student Research Festival (October 11-13, 2007) – Bethesda, MD

  8. Ashburn, B.O.; Carter, R.G. “A Diels-Alder Approach to Biaryl Synthesis.” 234st National American Chemical Society Meeting (August 19-23, 2007) – Boston, MA

  9. Ashburn, B.O.; Carter, R.G. “A Diels-Alder Approach to Tetra-ortho-Substituted Phosphorus-Containing Biaryls.” 61st Northwest Regional American Chemical Society Meeting (June 25-28, 2006) – Reno, NV

  10. Ashburn, B.O.; Carter, R.G. “A Diels-Alder Approach to Polysubstituted Biaryls: Expedient Entry to Phosphorus-Containing, Tetra-ortho-substituted Biaryls.” Pfizer Diversity of Organic Chemistry Symposium (September 30, 2005) – Groton, CT