Monika L. Eckenberg
Assistant Professor of Practice in Chemistry
Dr. Monika Eckenberg’s dissertation was on biosynthesis of Glycerinopyrin and Angucyclin antibiotics, and the subject of her postdoctoral position at Massachusetts Institute of Technology was studies on the mechanism of the enzyme Polyhydroxyalkanoate synthase.
Dr. Monika Eckenberg’s research interest include organic chemistry and biochemistry with the focus on Green Chemistry and the CO2 fixating strain Chloroflexus auranthiacus.
Organic Chemistry I lecture and lab
Organic Chemistry II lecture and lab
General Chemistry I lab
J. Rohr, M. Schönewolf, G. Udvarnoki, K. Eckardt, G. Schumann, C. Wagner, J.M. Beale, S.D. Sorey, Investigations on the Biosynthesis of the Angucycline Group Antibiotics Aquayamycin and the Urdamycins A and B. Results from the Structural Analysis of Novel Blocked Mutant Products, J.Org. Chem. 58, 2547 – 2551, 1993
M. Schönewolf, J. Rohr, Biosynthesewege zu Pyrrolen, GIT Fachzeitschrift fuer das Laboratorium 36, 524 -535, 1992
M. Schönewolf, J. Rohr. Biogenesis of the Carbon Skeleton of Glycerinopyrin: A New Biosynthetic Pathway for Pyrroles, Angew. Chem. Intern. Edition 30, 183 - 185, 1991
M. Schönewolf, S. Grabley, K. Huetter, M. Machinek, J. Wink, A. Zeeck, J. Rohr. Glycerinopyrin, a novel Metabolite from Streptomyces violaceus, Liebigs Ann. Chem. 77 – 80, 1990