Radiochemistry a highlight of remaining fall chemistry seminars in Portland area

Portland-area university chemistry departments are winding down their fall series of seminars, but there are still opportunities to catch a couple more through December.

Portland State University’s chemistry department will host Jeanne Link, a professor of diagnostic radiology and director of the Radiochemistry Research Center at Oregon Health and Science University, Nov. 20. Her topic is “Radiosynthesis of short-lived radiochemicals and radiopharmaceuticals challenges for organic synthesis.”

PSU seminars are held from 3:15 to 4:20 p.m. Fridays in Room 107, Science Building 1, 1025 S.W. Mill St. They are free and open to the public.

Following Link will be a seminar by Laurel Schafer, a chemistry professor from the University of British Columbia, on Dec. 4. Her topic is to be announced.

For more about PSU chemistry seminars, go to the seminar web page.

There's still time to check out a fall chemistry seminar or two. Freeimages.com

There’s still time to check out a fall chemistry seminar or two. Freeimages.com

Reed College, meanwhile, lists its chemistry seminars as starting at 4:15 p.m. Thursdays in Room B-19 in the basement of the Biology Building, 3203 S.E. Woodstock Blvd. However, no schedule is posted for upcoming talks, so check the seminar website for updates and contact information.

Reed seminars also are free and open to the public.

Searches on the chemistry websites for the University of Portland and Lewis and Clark College did not yield specifics about any upcoming seminars.

In the case of Lewis and Clark, staff said student presentations have been the focus of its fall seminars. For more information and questions about attending, contact Amy Timmins at 503-768-7530 or timmins@lclark.edu.

If you know of any upcoming chemistry seminars or talks in the Portland area, leave a comment on this post or contact me via social media with information about your event.

Susannah L. Bodman
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