alfred wernerfritz habermax planck
 
 

Ingrid Castro Rodriguez, PhD

e-mail:incasro@gmail.com

currently: University of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Glenn T. Seaborg Postdoctoral Fellow with Prof. Kenneth Raymond


education

August 2000 - August 2005
Ph.D. in Chemistry (with Prof. Karsten Meyer), University of California @ San Diego, CA.

May 2000
Bachelor in Chemistry (magna cum laude)
with Dr. Morales at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico.

 

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research fellowships and experience

September 2000 - present
National Institute of Health (NIH, 3 T32 DK07233-2651)

August 2000 - present
MASEM Fellowship, National Science Foundation (NSF)

June 2003- August 2003
Glenn T. Seaburg Summer School Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

June 1998 - May 1999
Minority Access to Research, National Institute of Health (NIH)

Summer 1999
CURE summer internship, with Dr. Gourisankar Gosh at UCSD, CA.

1999 - 2000
Utilization of covalent lectin-phospholipase A2 conjugates as probes of lipid domains

1997 - 1998
Isolation and characterization of phospholipase A2 from different snake venoms

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awards & honors

July 2004
Inorganic Chemistry 2004 Carl Strorm Fellowship, Gordon Research Conference

July 2004
Teddy G. Traylor Fellowship in the Chemical Sciences, UC, San Diego

June 2003
Glenn T. Seaborg Summer School Fellow, Los Alamos National Laboratory

September 2000
MERCK Prize, Merck & Co.

1997 - present
Golden Key National Honor Society

1997 - 2000
American Chemical Society

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presentations

July 2003
Plutonium Futures 2003-The Science Conference, Albuquerque (New Mexico): Title:
"Engendering Highly Reactive Uranium Species with a Single Pocket for Reactivity: A Comined Synthetic, Spectroscopic, and Computational Study."

March 2003
Maria Goeppert-Mayer Interdisciplinary Symposium, San Diego. Title: " Engendering Highly Reactive Uranium Species with a Single Pocket for Reactivity: A Comined Synthetic, Spectroscopic, and Computational Study." Have a look @ it: right here.

July 2002
35th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC), Heidelberg (Germany) Title: "A Traditional Ligand for a Non-Traditional Metal: Uranium Triazacyclononane Chemistry.

June 2001
1st Organometallic Meeting @ San Diego State University.

March 2000
35th ACS Junior Technical Meeting, Rio Piedras, PR.

Nov. 1999
1999 National Minority Research Symposium, Phoenix, AZ.

March 1999
34th ACS Junior Technical Meeting, Mayaguez, PR.

Oct. 1998
1998 National Minority Research Symposium, New York, NY.


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