Edward R. Dockal

Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil 0000-0002-7240-2952

Associate Professor, Departamento de Química, Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil Research Areas Syntheses, Characterization, Structure and Reactions of Coordination Compounds with Schiff Base Ligands and Organometallic Compounds, Especially Model Compounds for Vitamin B12 and Coenzyme B12, Kinetics and Mechanisms of Catalytic Oxidation Reactions, Principally Using Schiff Base Complexes of Transition Metals as the Catalyst, The Use of Transition Metal Schiff Base Complexes in Chemotherapy: Copper Systems as Potential Chemotherapic Agents for Combating Malignant Tumor Growth and Oxovanadium (IV) Systems as Potential Chemotherapic Agents in Diabetes Treatment, The Use of Transition Metal Schiff Base Complexes in Modified Electrodes and as Biosensors Education 1971 Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Kent State University 1968 B.S. Chemistry, Duquesne University Experience 2006-present Associate Professor of Chemistry, Federal University of São Carlos 1981-2006 Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Federal University of São Carlos 1977-1981 Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, University of Brasilia 1976-977 Teaching Postdoctoral Fellow, Marquette University 1975-1976 Postdoctoral Fellow, Wayne State University(Dr. David B. Rorabacher) 1973-1974 Visiting Professor, State University of São Paulo 1971-1973 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Chicago(Dr. Jack Halpern) Membership Brazilian Chemical Society Brazilian Society of Catalysis Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society

Biography Updated on 1 April 2012

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