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David Grant

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    • (860) 486-4265
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    • (860) 486-5792
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    • School of Pharmacy
      Room 532
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    • University of Connecticut
      Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences
      69 North Eagleville Road
      Storrs, CT 06269-3092

Associate Professor of Pharmacology & Toxicology

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Educational Background

  • B.S. Idaho State University, Biology
  • B.A. Idaho State University, Chemistry
  • M.S. Idaho State University, Zoology
  • Ph.D. Michigan State University, Environmental Toxicology and Entomology
  • Postdoctoral Training: University of California-Davis, Molecular Toxicology

Research Interests

  • Computational, analytical and statistical approaches for metabonomics and systems biology in human health

Selected Publications

  • Menikarachchi, L.C., Hill, D.W., Hamdalla, M.A., Mandoiu, I.I. and Grant, D.F. (2013). In silico enzymatic synthesis of a 400,000 compound biochemical database for non-targeted metabolomics, J Chem Inf Model. 53, 2483-2492.
  • Hall, L.M., Hill, D.W., Hall, L.H., Kormos, T.M. and Grant, D.F. (2013). Development of HPLC retention index QSAR models for non-targeted metabolomics, Advances in Chromatrography, Vol. 51, in press.
  • Hamdalla, M.A., Mandoiu, I.I., Hill, D.W., Rajasekaran, S., Grant, D.F. (2013) BioSM: Metabolomics Tool for Identifying Endogenous Mammalian Biochemical Structures in Chemical Structure Space, J. Chem. Inf. Model. 53(3), 601-12.
  • Hill, D.W., Baveghems, C.L., Albaugh, D.R., Kormos, T.M., Lai, S., Ng, H.K. and Grant, D.F. (2012) Correlation of Ecom50 values between mass spectrometers: effect of collision cell RF voltage on calculated survival yield, Rapid Comm. Mass Spec. 26(19), 2303-10.
  • Menikarachchi, L.C., Cawley, S., Hill, D.W., Hall, L.M., Hall, L., Lai, S., Wilder, J., Grant, D.F. (2012) MolFind: a software package enabling HPLC/MS-based identification of unknown chemical structures, Anal. Chem. 84, 9388-94.
  • Hall, L.M., Hall, L.H., Kertesz, T.M., Hill, D.W., Sharp, T.R., Oblak, E.Z., Dong, Y.W., Wishart, D.S., Chen, M.H. and Grant, D.F. (2012) Development of Ecom₅₀ and retention index models for nontargeted metabolomics: identification of 1,3-dicyclohexylurea in human serum by HPLC/mass spectrometry, J. Chem. Inf. Model 52(5), 1222-1237.