Robyn Hyde
Robyn Hyde, Ph.D.
Professor - Chemistry
Chemistry
B.S. Northwest Nazarene University
Ph.D. University of Utah
Contact
Phone 801-832-2348
Office: Meldrum 374
Hours:
  W 4:30pm 6pm, M 4:30pm 5:30pm, T 4pm 6pm

Areas of Experience

  • Teaching Interests: Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry Research Interests: Synthesis of Novel Nucleotides, Analysis of Hydrocarbon Contaminants in Soil
  • About Robyn Hyde, Ph.D.

    EDUCATION
    1994 - 2001
    University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
    Ph. D. Medicinal Chemistry
    Dissertation Title:
    " 'Senseless' Nucleic Acid Macromolecules"

    1989 - 1994
    Northwest Nazarene University, Nampa, ID
    B. S Chemistry, B. S. Biology

    CURRENT POSITION
    2002 - Present
    Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT
    Assistant Instructor of Chemistry
    Courses - Organic Chemistry I and II

    SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
    Hyde, R. M., Jensen, K., Kopecek, J., Broom, A. D. Confocal Microscopy Studies of a Model Oligoribonucleotide HIV Inhibitor. Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids, in press.

    Markosian, M., Hyde, R. M. Oligo- and Polyribonucleotides: A Review of Anti-viral Activity, AVCC, 2005, 16, 91-102.

    Hyde, R. M., Buckheit, R. W. Jr., Broom, A. D. Anti-viral Amphipathic Oligo- and Polyribonucleotides: Analog Development and Biological Studies, J. Med. Chem. 2003, 46, 1878-1885.

    223rd American Chemical Society Meeting -Poster Presentation - "Anti-viral Amphipathic Oligo- and Polyribonucleotides: Analog development and Biological Studies", April 10, 2002, Orlando, FL

    222nd American Chemical Society Meeting
    Oral Presentation - " 'Senseless' Nucleic Acid Macromolecules: Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Studies", August 27, 2001 - Chicago, IL

    Hyde, R. M., Buckheit, R. W. Jr., Broom, A. D.," 'Senseless' Antiviral Polyribonucleotides: Poly(1-propargylinosinic Acid)", Nucleosides, Nucleotides & Nucleic Acids 2002, 21, 45-54.

    Broom, A. D., Thorpe (Hyde), R. M. Amphipathic Oligonucleotides and Polynucleotides Having Potent Antiviral Activity, US Patent #6,130,324, Oct. 10, 2000


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