Daniel Hammond

Faculty & Staff

                     

Dr. Dan Hammond

Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

     
     

Department Chair & Professor of Chemistry

Office Location: Euler 336
Phone: (765) 998-5273
Email: dnhammond@tayloru.edu

Specialties: Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry, Design of isoperibol microcalorimeter, studying biochemical reactions, Various bioanalytical techniques, affinity chromatography, 2D gel electrophoresis, Western blotting, kinetics using well plate reader, gas chromatography mass spectrometry, study of metabolism, Metabolism of the extremophile acidianus infernus

 

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Daniel Gene Hammond

Taylor University
Upland, Indiana

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.  1975-1979.  Chemistry Major (Physical Biochemistry specialty)Ph.D. (1981).

Bethel College, Mishawaka, Indiana.  1971-1973.  Biology Major & Chemistry Minor.  B.A., Magna Cum Laude.

Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan.  1969-1971.  Biology Major.

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

Taylor University, Chemistry Department, Upland, Indiana 46989-1001.  Assistant Professor.  September 1981 - 1986.  Associate Professor.  September 1987 - 1995.  Full Professor September 1996 - present.  Chemical Hygiene Officer.  February 1993 – present.  Dept. Chair 1999 – present. 

Indiana University School of Medicine, Muncie, Indiana.  Taught Medical Biochemistry. Fall 2004.

Goshen College, Chemistry Department, Goshen, Indiana.  Taught Physical Chemistry.  Summer 1992.

Anderson College, Chemistry Department, Anderson, Indiana.  Part-time faculty.  Taught Physical Chemistry.  September 1983 - May 1988.

Marion College, Chemistry Department, Marion, Indiana.  Part-time faculty.  Taught Organic Chemistry.  Summer 1984.

Indiana University at Kokomo, Chemistry Department, Kokomo, Indiana.  Part-time faculty.  Taught Nursing Chemistry.  January 1983 - May 1983.

Wayne State University, Chemistry Department, Detroit, Michigan, 48202.  Teaching Assistant and Research Assistant.  1976 - 1979.

PUBLICATIONS. PAPERS, & POSTERS PRESENTED

Kim Cleary, Tobias Magers, DG Hammond, Western Blotting of G. gallus Lactate Dehydrogenase, in preparation.

Tobias Magers, Kim Cleary, DG Hammond, Optimizing Affinity Chromatography of Lactate Dehydrogenase, in preparation.

Ben Hayes, Olivia Auell, DG Hammond, “Fluorescence and activity staining of SDS-PAGE gels containing LDH”, presented at SRTP meeting, July 2011.

DG Hammond, “Blues Harp Physics” presented at Chemistry Colloquium, February 2011

DG Hammond, April Bridgham, Kara Reichert, Martin Magers, Monitoring CO2 Fixation Using GCMS Detection of a 13C-Label, Journal of Chemical Education, v87 n12 p1380-1383 Dec 2010

DG Hammond, Chemistry for Living Lab Manual, Linus Publications, Deer Park, NY, 2009

Tricia Stan, Dan King, and DG Hammond, CHE 201/211 Lab Manual, Linus Publications, Deer Park, NY, 2009

Martin Magers and Dan Hammond, “GCMS Detection of 13C Compounds for the Study of Acidianus infernus.” Poster presented at the 5th Annual Taylor Student Poster Session, May, 2009

Martin Magers and Dan Hammond, “Metabolic Pathways in Archaea.” Presented at Chemistry Seminar, Feb, 2009

DG Hammond, “The Physical Chemistry of the Blues Harp.”  Presented at SNAS luncheon, Feb. 17, 2009

DG Hammond and Lynne Normant, “LCMS study of A. infernus proteins.”  Presented at the SRTP summer seminar, June, 2008

Martin Magers and Dan Hammond, “GCMS Detection of 13C TMS-glycerate.” Presented at the SRTP summer seminar, June, 2008

DG Hammond and Kara Reichert, “Monitoring CO2 Fixation Using Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry.”  Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science, October, 2007

Kara Reichert and DG Hammond, “SPE Separation of Dephosphorylation Products.”  Presented at the SRTP summer seminar, July, 2007

DG Hammond, “Peer Expert Second-Order Advanced Labs.” Presented at Midwest Scholars Conference, Indianapolis, IndianaFebruary 23, 2007

DG Hammond, “The Creature from Dante’s Inferno.”  Poster presented at Taylor University Scholar’s Conference.  February, 2007

April Bridgham and DG Hammond, “Dephosphorylation of RuBisCo Reaction Product.” Presented at the SRTP summer seminar.  June, 2006

DG Hammond & April Bridgham, “Monitoring CO2 Fixation Using Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry.” Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science.  October, 2005

DG Hammond & April Bridgham, “Monitoring CO2 Fixation Using Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry.” Presented at the SRTP summer seminar.  June, 2005

DG Hammond, “Mad Cows, The Laughing Death, and Protein Origami.” Presented at the Science Seminar Series at Taylor University.  November 22, 2004

Bowell, Dan; Bird, Steven; Case, Jeremy; Friesen, Gerald; Hammond, Daniel; Keller, Dale; Lambert, Linda; Muchiri, Mary; Linehan, Rob; Robertson, Patricia, “REVIEW: Van B. Weigel"s Deep Learning for a Digital Age: Technology's Untapped Potential to Enrich Higher Education.” in Christian Scholars Review 33(4): 581-583, July 2004

DG Hammond & Isabell Loftin, “Preliminary Studies Of The Carbon Fixation Pathway In The Hyperthermoacidaphilic Archaea Acidianus infernus.” Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science.  2002

DG Hammond, “The Creature from Dantes Inferno: Preliminary Studies Of The Carbon Fixation Pathway In The Hyperthermoacidaphilic Archaea Acidianus infernus”. Presented at the Science Seminar Series at Taylor University.  September 16, 2002

DG Hammond & Stuart Hobbs, “Binding Studies of 2-Fluoroadenosine Triphosphate to Aspartate Transcarbamy­lase using 19F-NMR.  Synthesis of the 2-Fluoro­­adenosine Triphosphate Probe”.   Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science.  1998

DG Hammond, CHE 100 Lab Manual, Taylor University, 1996

DG Hammond and Devan Jonklaas, "A Low Cost Computer Controlled Isoperibol Thermometric titration Microcalorimeter".  Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science.  1995

D.G. Hammond & Jennifer L. Hammond, "Photometric Titrations Using a Hach Digital Titrator".  Presented at the fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science.  1993

D.G. Hammond, "The Coming Revolution", Taylor Magazine, vol. 85, no. 1, Dec. 1992

D.G. Hammond, "Times Arrow: Determinism, Bifurcations, Chemical Clocks, Biorhythms, Chaos, Strange Attractors, and Some Other Stuff".  Presented at Taylor University Science Seminar.  Oct. 21, 1991.

D.G. Hammond & Dan Burden, "Computer Assisted Thermometric Titration Calorimetry".  Presented at fall meeting of the Chemistry Division of Indiana Academy of Science - 1990.  (Based on work done by students as a summer project.)

D.G. Hammond.  Construction of a Simple Computer Driven Titrator.  Document prepared for Project Seraphim.  1986.

D.G. Hammond.  Acid/Base Titrations Using a Simple Computer Driven Titrator.  Document prepared for Project Seraphim.  1986.

D.G. Hammond.  Alkalinity Titrations Using a Simple Computer Driven Titrator.  Document prepared for Project Seraphim.  1986.

D.G. Hammond, Scott Litwiller, and Tim Pettigrew.  "Chemical Synthesis of a Small Strand of DNA".  Presented at Taylor University Science Seminar - Fall 1984.  (Based on work done by students as a summer project.)

D.G. Hammond.  "Photochemical Crosslinking of RNA Polymerase to DNA".  Presented at Taylor University Science Seminar - Fall 1981.

D.G. Hammond.  Kinetic Studies of the Ulra-Violet Induced Crosslinking of RNA Polymerase to DNA.  Ph.D. Dissertation.  Wayne State University - 1981.

GRANT PROPOSALS

Hayes, Erik (Co-Principal), King, Daniel A. (Principal), Hammond, Daniel Gene (Co-Principal), Regier, Jeffrey L. (Co-Principal), "Acquisition of an Exactive LC/MS System for Protein and Metabolomics Research," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $512,000.00.

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,500 for student stipend. 2008

Indiana Academy of Science Senior Research Grant Program, $3,000.  February 2008.  Not Funded

INSGC Workforce Enhancement Grant. $6,000.  January 2008.  Funded.

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,500 for student stipend. 2007

“Toward Optimizing the Cultivation of Acidianus infernus for Metabolic Studies.” Fund for Faculty Scholarship Application.  Funded $1500.  2006

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,500 for student stipend. 2006

RUI: NMR Upgrade to Enhance Student Research Opportunities.  NSF RUI/CFIR:MU Proposal (NSF 00-144/05-578).  Not funded. $79,474.00.  2005

Monitoring CO2 Fixation Using Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry.  Lilly Foundation Step Grant.  Funded $17,000.  2005

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,000 for student stipend. 2005

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,000 for student stipend. 2004

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $3,000 for student stipend. 2002

19F-NMR Studies of Ligand Interactions with Aspartate Transcarbamylase. Taylor University Fund for Faculty Scholarship.  Funded $1500.  1998

Chemistry Web Applications.  Taylor University Challenge Grant.  Funded $3000.  1997.

19F-NMR Studies of Ligand Interactions with Aspartate Transcarbamylase.  IAS Research Grant.  Funded $900. 1996

Computational Chemistry.  Taylor University Fund for Faculty Scholarship.  Funded $1500.  1994

Research Training Program.  Lilly Foundation. Funded $2500 each year for student stipend. 1989-1990 

Third World Service Project.  Taylor University Fund for Faculty Scholarship.  Funded $1,500 - 1988.

Third World Service Training Program for Undergraduate Medical Technology and Pre-Medical Students.  Pew Memorial Foundation.  Co-authored with Stanley Burden, Ph.D. Funded $5,000. 1987.

Computer Interfaced Fraction Collector.  Taylor University Fund for Faculty Scholarship.  Funded $450. 1987.

Microcalorimetry Studies.  Taylor University Fund for Faculty Scholarship.  Funded $1,500. 1986.

Development of an Integrative Chemistry Course for Non-majors.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $600. 1984

Specificity of UV Induced Crosslinking of RNA Polymerase to DNA.  Research Corporation.  Not Funded. 1983.

Social and Scientific Implications of the Development of the Analytical Balance.  Lilly Foundation.  Funded $300. 1983.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Development of Toxicology course, Spring 2008

Advisor for Chemical Compliance at Marion IVY Tech, January 2008

Participant in Research Training Program during summers 2002 – 2008 (except 2003)

Implementation of computerized chemical inventory, Summer 2007

Development of Forensic Science/Chemistry course, Spring of 2007

Taught CRAM course on Forensic Science, Summer 2006

MACTLAC Coordinator, 2000

Chair of Chemistry Section of Indiana Academy of Sciences.  1997

Vice Chair of Chemistry Section of Indiana Academy of Sciences.  1996-1997

Participant in Research Training Program during summers 1989-1999 (except 1992 & 1993).

Developed CHE 100 Lab Manual - 1991

Development of Biochemistry sequence and Biochemistry tract.  1995/96

Development and Implementation of reorganization plan of the chemical stockroom at Taylor University - Summer & Fall 1993

Development and Implementation of Chemical Hygiene Plan at Taylor University.  Spring 1993.

Study tour of Greece for Senior Seminar - 1989.

Evaluation of medical technology procedures and kit designed for use in primitive areas. Dominican Republic - 1988.

Study tour of Jordan and Israel for Senior Seminar - 1987.

Group leader for discussion of NSF funding for undergraduate research.  MACTLAC meeting at Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri - 1987.

Development of Liberal Arts Chemistry at TU.  1985/86

HONORS

National Honors Society

Magna Cum Laude (BA)

Phi Lambda Upsilon

Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities

COMMITTEES AND CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS, ETC

Chair of Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry from September 1999 to present.

Honorary Degree Committee. September 2005 – May 2007.

Curriculum Management Committee. Chair from September 2005 – May 2007.  Member from September 2005 to 2009.

Taylor University Campus Safety Committee.  1993-present

Individual Goal-Oriented Major Committee. 1991-1995 (chair from 1993-1995)

Curriculum Management Committee. Fall 1994 - 1995.  Secretary fall 1994 & chair 1995

Faculty Personnel Committee. 1987-1990

Colleagues College Chairperson. 1986

Senior Seminar Steering Committee. 1994-1995

Senior Seminar Committee. 1985-present

Ad Hoc Committee on President's Honors Conference. 1985-1990

Educational Policies Committee Secretary. 1984-1987

Faculty Development Team. 1983-1986

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 1981 - 2007

American Chemical Society (ACS), Division of Education, 1980 - present

Indiana Academy of Science (IAS), 1988 - present

Midwest Association of Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts Colleges (MACTLAC), 1981 – present

The American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS), 2007 - present

CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS AND SYMPOSIUM

AQIP Workshop, Taylor University, Summer 2009.

National Meeting of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Summer 2007

Midwest Scholars Conference, Indianapolis, IndianaFebruary 23, 2007

CR&I Grant Writing Workshop, Summer 2007

AQIP Workshop, Taylor University, 2005.

Extremophile Workshop, COMB, Baltimore, MD, 2002

2-D Electrophoresis Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999

MACTLAC Conferences.  1982-2003 (except 1985, 1991 & 2001)

Indiana Academy of Sciences.  Fall 1990, 1993, 1995-1998, 2002, 2007

Gaussian Workshop at NESC in Bay City, MI.  Fall 1994

Chemical Safety Workshop at Evansville, IN.  Summer 1994

NMR Workshop at Alma College.  Summer 1993

Eli Lilly, "Protein Modeling", Indianapolis, Indiana.  1990

"Theory & Applications of Capillary Electrophoresis."  Cincinnati, Ohio. 1990

CCC Workshop, "History of Science."  Olivet College, Illinois.  1985

Molecular Mechanics Symposium.  Indianapolis, Indiana.  1983

Third Annual Lilly Conference on College Teaching.  Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.  1983.

Chautauqua Course, "Science and ... (Humanities)."  Detroit, Michigan.  1983

ACS Short Course, "Chemical Engineering for Chemists."  Dearborn, Michigan.  1980

COURSES TAUGHT

CHE 100 Chemistry For Living and Lab:  January 1985; fall and spring term 1986 - 1998 (except fall 1996 and spring 1997), 2002

CHE 170 Organic-Biochemistry (pre-Nursing):  Spring 1987, 1988, 1990, 1992

CHE 170 Forensic Science: Spring 2007, Fall 2007

CHE 201 General Inorganic Chemistry I and Lab:  Fall 1981 - 1985, 1996, 1997, 1998

CHE 202 General Inorganic Chemistry II and Lab:  Spring 1982 - 1985, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2004, 2010

CHE 201L Generally Chemistry I Lab:  Fall 1999 – 2009

CHE 211L College Chemistry I Lab:  Fall 1981 – 2009

CHE 202 L General Chemistry II Lab:  Spring 2000 – 2010

CHE 212 L College Chemistry II Lab:  Spring 1981 – 2010

CHE 301L Analytical Chemistry Laboratory I:  Alternate Fall 1985 - 2003

CHE 302L Analytical Chemistry Laboratory II:  Alternate Spring 1986 - 2004

CHE 311 Organic Chemistry I and Lab: Fall 1992

CHE 370 Forensic Chemistry Spring 2007

CHE 370 Environmental and Forensic Toxicology: Spring 2008, 2010

CHE 410 Biochemistry Lab: January 1996 - 2010

CHE 411 Biochemistry and Lab:  Spring 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1995

CHE 411 Biochemistry I: Fall 1995, Spring 1997, Fall 1997, Spring 1999, Fall 1999 - 2009

CHE 412 Biochemistry II: Spring 1996, Spring 1998 - 2010

CHE 422 Advanced Lab (Recombinant DNA Techniques):  January & Fall 1985

CHE 431 Physical Chemistry I (Chemical Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics):  Alternate Fall 1981 - 2008

CHE 431L Physical Chemistry Lab:  Alternate Fall 1981 - 2008

CHE 432 Physical Chemistry II (Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Group Theory, Statistical Thermodynamics):  Alternate Spring 1982 - 2009

CHE 450 Guided Research:  1983/84, 1984/85, 1985/86, 1989/90, Sp 1993, Sp 1995, Fa 1996

CHE 493 Industrial Chemistry:  Interterm 1983 & 1984

CHE 570 Environmental Toxicology:  Spring 2009

IAS 101 Freshman Seminar Discussion Group:  Fall 1985, 1987, 1988, 1999 - 2002

IAS 450 Science Seminar:  Fall 1991, 1993

IAS 493 Senior Seminar:  Interterm 1987 - 1999 (except 1996 & 1998), 2001

PHY 203 General Physics I: Fall 2007

PHY 204 General Physics II: Spring 2005 & Spring 2007