Position: Associate Professor
Phone No: +61 2 4221 4286
Lab Phone: +61 2 4221 4394
- Investigating Interactions between Metallointercalators and DNA
- Nanofiltration using Carbon Nanotube Membranes
- Bioinorganic Chemistry of Metallodrugs
- Molecular Cages for Metal Ions
gold uptake by polypyrrole
silver on polypyrrole coated linen
J. Boge, L.J. Sweetman, M. in het Panhuis and S.R. Ralph, “The Effect of Preparation Conditions and Biopolymer Dispersants on the Properties of SWNT Buckypapers”, J. Mat.Chem., DOI 10.1039/6914824h (2009) -article to be featured on back cover of Journal
A.M.T. Bygott, R.J. Geue, S.F. Ralph, A.M. Sargeson and A.C. Willis, “Octahedral and Trigonal Prismatic Structure Preferences in a Bicyclic Hexaamine Cage for Zinc(II), Cadmium(II) and Mercury(II) Ions”, Dalton Transactions, 4778 (2007) – article featured on inside Journal front cover
J. Talib, J.L. Beck and S.F. Ralph, “A Mass Spectrometric Investigation of the Binding of Gold Antiarthritic Agents and the Metabolite [Au(CN)2]- to Human Serum Albumin”, J. Biol. Inorg. Chem.,11, 559 (2006).
D.A. Reece, S.F. Ralph and G.G. Wallace, “Metal Transport Studies on Inherently Conducting Polymer Membranes Containing Cyclodextrin Dopants”, Journal of Membrane Science , 249, 9 (2005).
J. Ding, W.E. Price, S.F. Ralph and G.G. Wallace, “Electroless Recovery of Gold Chloride Using Inherently Conducting Polymers”, Polymer International, 53, 681 (2004).
J. Talib, J.L. Beck, T. Urathamakul, C.D Nguyen, J.B. Aldrich-Wright, J.P. Mackay and S.F. Ralph, “A Mass Spectrometric Investigation of the Ability of Metal Complexes to Modulate Transcription Factor Activity”, Chemical Communications, 5546 (2009).
T. Urathamakul, D.J. Walker, J.L. Beck, T.B. Aldrich-Wright and S.F. Ralph, “Comparison of Mass Spectrometry and other Techniques for Probing Interactions Between Metal Complexes and DNA”, Inorg. Chem., 47, 6621 (2008).
J. Talib, C. Green, K.J. Davis, T. Urathamakul, J.L. Beck, J.R. Aldrich-Wright and S.F. Ralph, “A Comparison of the Binding of Metal Complexes to Duplex and Quadruplex DNA”, Dalton Transactions, 1018 (2008) – article featured on Journal front cover.
Luke Sweetman Nanofiltration using Carbon Nanotube Membranes
Shannon Little Electrocatalytic properties of nanostructured CNT materials
Marceline Neg Alsieh Environmental Applications of Conducting Polymers
Kimberley Davis Probing the Biological Activity of Metallointercalators
Lloyd James Big Cages for Small Metal Ions
Suggested Topics for Future Students
Metal ion Chemistry of Me8Tricosane, an Expanded Hexaamine Cage Ligand
Selective Filtration of Biomolecules using Carbon Nanotube Membranes
Novel Anticancer Approaches: Metal Complexes that Bind Selectively to less Common DNA Secondary Structures
Biological Interactions and Cellular Localisation of Gold Antiarthritic Agents
B.Sc (Hons) University of Queensland
PhD University of Queensland
Postdoctoral fellow, University of Illinois
ARC Postdoctoral fellow, Australian National University
Speaker: Dr. Deanna M. D'Alessandro
School of Chemistry, University of Sydney
Title: Redox-active Metal-Organic Frameworks and Porous Coordinating Polymers
Date: Tuesday 28th May, 2013
Time: 12.30 - 1.30 p.m.