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Career Highlights
Herschel J. R. Weintraub
Established Theoretical Chemistry Department at Cincinnati Research Center. Provided computational chemistry support and training to biologists and chemists and coordinated efforts of satellite groups in Gerenzano Italy and Strasbourg France.

Guided integration of R&D IT Chemical Structure Databases (ISIS) with computational chemistry modeling and library design software.

Executed justification for Cray YMP-2E Supercomputer for Theoretical Chemistry, X-Ray Structure Determination (in Strasbourg), and high field NMR applications. Acquired 3rd Cray Supercomputer in Pharmaceutical industry (following Lilly and Pfizer) to enable large scale simulations of protein-ligand systems.

Working closely with Biologists, discovered a compound that inhibited the uncoating of gp120 coat protein as an AIDS drug candidate.
Teach Chemistry, Microbiology, Statistics, and other Health Science-related course material. Experienced in both traditional classroom instruction and on-line instruction.

Established website to facilitate student understanding of homework assignments.
Copyright 2010 Herschel J.R. Weintraub

IBM Life Sciences, Genentech, Helios, and R. W. Johnson PRI (J&J)
Marion Merrell Dow
(now Sanofi-Aventis)
Department Head
Grand Canyon University
Adjunct Faculty, College of Health Sciences
Purdue University
Assistant Professor, Medicinal Chemistry & Pharmacognosy
Teach Chemistry-related course material.

Glendale Community College
Adjunct Faculty, Chemistry