CONGRATULATIONS TO PROFESSOR ALEXEI DEMCHENKO ON RECEIVING THE 2024 MELVILLE L. WOLFROM AWARD! Professor Alexei Demchenko, in the Department of Chemistry at Saint Louis University and the Immediate Past Chair of the ACS CARB Division, has received the 2024 Melville L. Wolfrom award for outstanding service to CARB and the field of carbohydrate chemistry. Professor […]
Melville L. Wolfrom Award
CONGRATULATIONS TO PROFESSSOR PETER ANDREANA ON RECEIVING THE 2023 MELVILLE L. WOLFROM AWARD! Professor Peter R. Andreana, in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The University of Toledo, has received the 2023 Melville L. Wolfrom award for outstanding service to CARB and the field of carbohydrate chemistry. Professor Andreana received his Honors Bachelor of
CONGRATULATIONS to PROFESSOR ZHONGWU GUO on Receiving the 2021 Melville L. Wolfrom Award! Dr. Guo is a Professor of Chemical Biology in the Department of Chemistry at University of Florida, has received the 2022 Melville L. Wolfrom award for outstanding service to CARB and the field ofcarbohydrate chemistry. Professor Guo pursued his undergraduate and masters
CONGRATULATIONS to Professor ERIKS ROZNERS on Receiving the 2021 Melville L. Wolfrom Award! Professor Eriks Rozners, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Binghamton University, has received the 2021 Melville L. Wolfrom award. Professor Rozners pursued his undergraduate degree and PhD at Latvia’s Riga Technical University before pursuing postdoctoral work at Stockholm University
Dr. Pamela A. Marino, Chief of Biochemistry and Bio-related chemistry at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, has received the 2020 Melville L. Wolfrom Award for outstanding service to the Division and to the field of carbohydrate chemistry. Dr. Marino received her B.A. in Biology form the University of Connecticut. She received her Ph.D.
Professor Peter Seeberger, Director of the Max Plank Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, has received the 2019 Melville L. Wolfrom award. Professor Seeberger studied chemistry in Erlangen Germany, before moving to the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he completed his Ph.D. under the direction of Marvin Caruthers in 1995. He then carried out postdoctoral studies