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Ashley Ringer McDonald
Group Position: Graduate Research Assistant
Assistant Professor, Cal Poly
PhD. Thesis

     From Small to Big: Understanding Noncovalent Interactions in Chemical Systems from Quantum Mechanical Models

  • AAUW Dissertation Fellowship, 2008
  • Iota Sigma Pi Anna Louise Hoffman Award for Outstanding Graduate Research, 2008
  • National P.E.O. Fellowship, 2007
  • 3rd Place Poster Award, SETCA 2006
  • Best Poster Award, 14th Conference on Current Trends in Computational Chemistry (Jackson, MS, 2005)
  • SETCA Graduate Student Poster Award, 2005
  • NSF Graduate Fellowship, 2005
  • DOE Computational Sciences Graduate Fellowship (declined), 2005
  • Georgia Tech Presidential Fellowship, 2005
Research Interests
  • Noncovalent interactions and crystal packing and structure
  • Noncovalent interactions and molecular biophysics
  • Substituent effects in pi-pi interactions
Representative Publications

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