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Glen E. Kellogg, Ph.D.


Professor
Department of Medicinal Chemistry

Location:  Virginia Biotechnology Research Park, Suite 205
Phone: (804) 828-6452
Email: gkellogg@vcu.edu

Mailing Address

Virginia Biotech I
800 E. Leigh St.
P.O. Box 980540
Richmond, VA 23219-1540
Fax: (804) 827-3664


Education

  • B.S., Chemistry (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1979)
  • Ph.D., Chemistry (University of Arizona, Tucson, 1985)

Post-Graduate Training

  • Fellowship - Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemistry (Northwestern University, 1988)

Academic Appointments/Professional Experience

  • 7/1/1998 - Present. Associate Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • 1994-2000. Assistant Professor,Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • 1994-2000. Director of Departmental Molecular Modeling Facilities., Virginia Commonwealth University
  • 1989-1994. Instructor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • 1989, 1993. Visiting Assistant Professor, Randolph Macon College, Ashland VA

Publications

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  • Books/Book Chapters
    • 3D QSAR in Drug Discovery. G.E. Kellogg and S.F. Semus, in "Modern Methods of Drug Discovery", R. Hilgenfeld and A. Hillisch, Eds., Birkhäuser Verlag AG, Basel, Switzerland, 2002, pp. 223-241.
    • Polymeric Coordination Complexes Bridging Molecular Metals and Conductive Polymers. G.E. Kellogg and J.G. Gaudiello, in "Inorganic Materials, 2nd Edition", D.W. Bruce and D. O'Hare, eds., J. Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 1996, pp. 378-428.
    • Hydrophobic Fields. D.J. Abraham and G.E. Kellogg, in "3D QSAR in Drug Design, Theory, Methods and Applications", H. Kubinyi, ed., ESCOM Sciences Publishers BV, Leiden, 1993, pp. 506-522.
    • Characterization of Metal Complex Positive Ions in the Gas Phase by Photoelectron Spectroscopy. D.L. Lichtenberger and G.E. Kellogg, in "Gas Phase Inorganic Chemistry", D.H. Russell, ed., Modern Inorganic Chemistry Series, Plenum, New York, 1989, pp. 245-277.