Eric Van Dornshuld

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Eric Van Dornshuld

Assistant Clinical Professor

B.S. University of North Florida, 2009
Ph.D. University of Mississippi, 2014

Email

Hand Lab 1130

(662) 325-8452

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About me

Publications

  • Olive, L., E. V. Dornshuld and C. E. Webster. The curious case of DMSO: A CCSD(T)/CBS benchmark study. (in preparation)

  • Bhavsar-Jog, Y., E. V. Dornshuld, T.A. Brooks, G. S. Tschumper, and R. M. Wadkins. Co-Localization of DNA i-Motif-Forming Sequences and 5-Hydroxymethyl-cytosines in Human Embryonic Stem Cells. Molecules. 2019. 24, 3619, (doi). (Prof. Tschumper’s 100th publication!)

  • Dornshuld, E. V. and G. S. Tschumper. Big Changes for Small Noncovalent Dimers: Revisiting the Potential Energy Surfaces of (P2)2 and (PCCP)2 with CCSD(T) Optimizations and Vibrational Frequencies. J. Chem. Theory Comput.. 2016. 12, 4, 1534–1541, (doi).

  • Dornshuld, E. V., R. A. Vergenz, and G. S. Tschumper. Peptide bond formation via glycine condensation in the gas phase. J. Phys. Chem. B. 2014. 118 (29), 8583–8590, (doi).

  • Dornshuld, E. V., C. M. Holy and G. S. Tschumper. Homogeneous and heterogeneous non-covalent dimers of formaldehyde and thioformaldehyde: structures, energetics, and vibrational frequencies. J. Phys. Chem. A. 2014. 118 (18), 3376–3385, (doi).

  • Bhavsar-Jog, Y., E. V. Dornshuld, T.A. Brooks, G. S. Tschumper, and R. M. Wadkins. Epigenetic modification, dehydration, and molecular crowding effects on the thermodynamics of i-motif structure formation from C-rich DNA. Biochemistry. 2014. 53 (10), 1586–1594, (doi).

  • Dornshuld, E. V. and G. S. Tschumper. Characterization of the potential energy surfaces of two small but challenging noncovalent dimers: (P2)2 and (PCCP)2. J. Comput. Chem. 2014. 35 (6), 479–487, (doi).

  • Reddy, V., R. Kota, E. V. Dornshuld, D. L. Mattern, G. S. Tschumper, D. Jiang, and A. Dass. Interstaple dithiol cross-linking in Au25(SR)18 nanomolecules: a combined mass spectrometric and computational study. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 2011. 133 (50), 20258–20266, (doi).

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