Path to Professorship Fellows

Dr. Marcos Guerrero-Munoz

Marcos J. Guerrero-Munoz, Ph.D.

B.S., Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
MSc., Molecular Biology Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
Ph.D. in Morphology Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
Postdoctoral Training: University of Texas Medical Branch and Baylor College of Medicine 

Phone: (757) 728-6047
E-mail: marcos.guerreromunoz@hamptonu.edu

 

Dr. Marcos J. Guerrero-Munoz joined Hampton University through Hampton-Brandesis’ (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP). His research is focused in the study of structural features of IDP in health and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus... Read Bio


Dr. Stefan Cooper

Stefan Malone Cooper Jr. , Ph.D.

B.S., Chemistry, College of Charleston
PH.D., Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Louisiana State University
Postdoctoral Training:  University of Maryland, College Park 

Phone: (757) 728-6047
E-mail: stefan.cooper@hamptonu.edu

Stefan Malone Cooper Jr. is native of Sumter, South Carolina. He obtained a B.S. in chemistry from College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina and Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His dissertation is entitled: “Trans-Positioning” carbons within strained caged bicyclic(s): ROM/RCM (Ring-opening/Ring-closing) metathesis and Dieckmann/retro-Dieckmann condensation routes to a cis-declain infrastructure.” Dr. Cooper conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, under Dr. Herman O. Sintim. In January 2016, he joined Hampton-Brandesis’s (PREM) Partnership for Research and Education in Materials as a Path to Professorship (PTP) fellow. Current work is in developing photosensitive micelles for drug delivery application.