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Christopher E. Hobbs, Ph.D.

Welcome to the Hobbs Lab in the Department of Chemistry at Sam Houston State University! We are a laboratory focused on ascpects of organic chemistry, polymer science, catalysis, and green chemistry.


9/16/2022: Edward and Katrina's paper is online in the Journal of Polymer                   Science!

7/2021: Selesha and Katya's paper is featured on the cover of

             Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics!

5/14/2021: Edward has received an ACS Scholars Award!       


5/7/2021: Selesha and Katya's Paper was published online in         

                Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics!

                Click here to read.

2/3/2021: Matt's paper was featured on the cover!

1/4/2021: Matt's paper was published online in Tetrahedron Letters!

                Click here to read.

10/28/2020: Prof. Hobbs is named a Henry Dreyfus Teacher/Scholar! 

                    Click here to learn more

5/30/2020: Ryan's paper is online! Click here to read.

3/18/2020: Selesha successfully defended her thesis, congratulations!

10/21/2019: Katya's crystal picture for C&EN "Chemistry in Pictures" was included in print! Click here to see it.

09/18/2019: Marshal's paper is accepted for publication in Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics!

07/24/2019: Selesha's paper is accepted for publication in Polymer Chemistry!

04/2019: Selesha presented her poster at the ACS Meeting in Orlando

12/2018: NSF CAREER award will be funded!

12/2017: Alice defended her thesis!

12/2017: Both Alice and Jonathan's papers were accepted!

Summer 2017: The Hobbs Laboratory is the in the process of moving to Sam Houston State University!

06/2017: David's paper has been published in Molecular Pharmaceutics!

12/2016: Aubrey and Ashok's paper has been published online in Polymer Chemistry!

08/2016: Our NSF grant was awarded! See press release from Rep. Filemon Vela (D-Brownsville) here!

05/2016: Jonathon Grubb (undergraduate) recieved a McNair scholarship! 


05/2016: Ashok graduated after defending his thesis!


11/20/2015: Manasa successfully defended her thesis!


11/7/2015: Manasa recently presented her work at the SWRM/SERMACS meeting in Memphis.


10/28/2015: Manasa and Ashok recently had their article entitled "Toward the (nearly) complete elimination of solvent waste in Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization (ROMP) reactions," published in Polymer!


09/01/2015: Ashok Kothapalli, Manasa Shetty, and Chris de los Santos recently had their article entitled "Thio-Bromo “Click” Post-Polymerization Strategy for Functionalizing Ring Opening Metathesis Polymerization (ROMP)-Derived Materials," published in Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry!


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