Annette Neuman is Assistant Professor of Chemistry. She received her B.S. in Chemistry from Davidson College in 2004 and her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Emory University in 2013. Her dissertation was in the area of medicinal chemistry, where she prepared new substances with potential antiviral properties for use in hepatitis C virus and HIV therapies.
Dr. Neuman joined Oxford in the fall of 2012. She teaches courses in general and organic chemistry. Her research focuses on developing new synthetic methods for triazoles, which are molecules containing carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen atoms with important medicinal properties. She has presented posters at regional conferences with undergraduate students. She also studies student achievement and attitudes in chemistry classes for non-science majors.
In her spare time, Dr. Neuman enjoys running, hiking, swimming, and spending time with her family. She lives in Atlanta with her husband Rob and their son Michael.
BS| Davidson College| 2004
Ph.D.| Emory University| 2013
Neuman, A.; Harmon, B. Improving Chemistry Education for Non-Science Majors: A Mini-Research Project with Medicinal Plants. Presented at the 2017 Gordon Research Conference on Chemistry Education Research and Practice, Lewiston, ME, June 21, 2017.
Cao, Y.; Neuman, A. Application of C-H Activation to the Synthesis of Disubstituted Triazoles. Presented at the 2016 Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Columbia, SC, October 25, 2016.
Kosiak, A.; Neuman, A. Optimization of Direct Arylation of 1,2,3-Triazoles. Presented at the 2015 Combined Southwest Region Meeting and the Southeastern Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Memphis, TN, November 6, 2015.