Beeler, Aaron

Beeler Group Wins the Chance to Decorate a piano for the Boston Street Piano Project

BOSTON STREET PIANO PROJECT “PLAY ME, I’M YOURS” HTTP://STREETPIANOS.COM/BOSTON2016/ You might be familiar with Boston Celebrity Series street pianos art project. The public art exhibition “Play Me, I’m Yours”  was created in London by artist Luke Jerram in 2008. It debuted Boston in 2013 and is going to be back this summer! We submitted an application and were […]

Boston University Chemistry 2015-2016 Academic Year Grant Awards

The Chemistry Department is one of the most active research departments at Boston University. With 24 research active faculty involved in many different focus areas, we are committed to a research active learning environment where our faculty and students are afforded the opportunity to do cutting edge chemical research.  In order to continue to build on […]

Medicinal Chemist, Aaron Beeler, Joins Faculty

In July, Aaron Beeler, joined BU Chemistry as a tenure-track Assistant Professor in medicinal chemistry. Aaron received his Ph.D. in 2002 from Professor John Rimoldi’s laboratory in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Mississippi. In 2002, he joined John Porco’s laboratory as a postdoctoral fellow and in 2005 was promoted to Assistant […]

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CMLD Researchers Publish Paper on “Remodeling” Natural Products in Nature Chemistry

CMLD-BU researchers Bradley Balthaser, Meghan Maloney, Aaron Beeler, John Porco & John Snyder, in a paper published in the journal Nature Chemistry [23 OCTOBER 2011 | DOI: 10.1038/NCHEM.1178], present a new approach to accessing new, biorelevant structures by “remodeling” natural products. In this case, they demonstrate how the natural product derivative fumagillol can been remodeled […]

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Finding NEMO: Multidisciplinary Team Searches for the Drugs of the Future

There are many medically important drug targets that current drug discovery technology is not able to address. Collaborative basic research in Chemistry, Biology, and Biochemistry is key to solving these intractable problems to enable the discovery of new classes of drugs. A multidisciplinary team at Boston University, led by Associate Professor of Chemistry Adrian Whitty, […]

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