Jason Clement, PhD Senior Chemist

Jason Clement, PhD

Senior Chemist

Ph: 267-893-6761
Email: jason.clement@bblumberg.org

Training

Ph.D. (2005) Virginia Tech

Post doctoral (2006-2007) Molecular Targets Laboratory, National Cancer Institute-Frederick

Appointment at the Blumberg: Senior chemist, Assistant Professor

Research Interests

  • Discovery of antibacterial compounds from soil bacteria and fungi.
  • Discovery of compounds from natural sources with anti-infectivity activity against hepatitis B virus.
  • Biologically active compounds from plants with traditional medicinal uses from the Eastern U.S.

 

Recent Publications:

Clement, J.A.; Ondeyka, J. G.; Goetz, M. A. Benzoate Esters and Flavonoids from Desmos pedunculosus. Manuscript in preparation.

Clement, J. A.; Willis, T. J. Sesquiterpenoids from Eupatorium serotinum. Nat. Prod. J.20166(2), 103-107.

Clement, J. A.; Bleich, R. M.; Campbell, H. E.; Naylor, K.; Flood, M. J.; Kelly, R. M.; Wu, S. B.; Kennelly, E. J.; Schmitt, J. D. Cytotoxic oplopane sesquiterpenoids from Arnoglossum atriplicifolium. Nat Prod Res. 2015 Nov 5:1-6.

Clement, J. A; Clement, E. S. The Medicinal Chemistry of Genus Aralia. Curr. Top. Med. Chem.2015, 14(24), 2783-2801.

Clement, J. A.; Flood, M. J.; Bleich, R. M.; Willis, T. J.; Kelly, R. M.; Schmitt, J. D. Diterpenoids and Acetylenic Lipids from Aralia racemosa. Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 2013, 51, 4-7.

Appiah, A. A.; Asomaning, W. A.; Oppong, I. V.; Duker-Eshun, G.; Clement, J. A. Okine, L. K. N.; Achel, G.; Gyampo, O.; Adjei, S.; Nyarko, A. K.; Aboagye, F. A.; Edoh, D. A.

African Natural Plant Products Volume II, 1st ed., ACS Symposium Series, H. Rodolfo Juliani, James E. Simon, and Chi-Tang Ho, editors. USA: American Chemical Society; 2013. Chapter 6, Prospects of Croton membranaceus for Prostate Health; p.79-92.

Pate, S. J.; Clement, J. A.; McCoy, J. A.; Lance, S. L.; Mathews, K. G. Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for Actaea racemosa (black cohosh, Ranunculaceae). Am J Bot. 2012, 99(7), e274-276.

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