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Dr. Darlene D'Alliessi Gandolfi is a Professor of Chemistry at Manhattanville College. After receiving her B.A., summa cum laude, from Manhattanville, Dr. Gandolfi went on to earn an M.S. and Ph.D. in chemistry from Yale University. Before returning to Manhattanville as a full-time faculty member, she worked as a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University. Dr. Gandolfi's research interests include chirality in organometallic complexes, asymmetric catalysis, and synthesis of chemotherapeutic drugs. She has also collaborated with her students on research projects in food chemistry, environmental chemistry, and the chemistry of herbal remedies. Her research has been published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Organometallics, Retrovirology, and PLoS ONE. Research on which she has collaborated has been presented at professional conferences in Turkey, Australia, South Africa, Canada, and within the USA.
Professor of Chemistry
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Research Associate, Chemistry Department
Chemistry, Ph.D., Yale University
Chemistry, M.S., Yale University
Chemistry, B.A., Manhattanville College
Article• May 18, 2016Co-author
"Drug-Based Lead Discovery: The Novel Ablative Antiretroviral Profile of Deferiprone in HIV-1-Infected Cells and in HIV-Infected Treatment-Naive Subjects of a Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Randomized Exploratory Trial"
“Drug-Induced Reactivation of Apoptosis Abrogates HIV-1 Infection”
Research Paper• September 06, 2012Co-author
"Abrogating HIV-1 Infection via Drug-Induced Reactivation of Apoptosis"
“Inhibition of HIV-1 gene expression by Ciclopirox and Deferiprone, drugs that prevent hypusination of eukaryotic initiation factor 5A”
Research Paper• April 13, 2006Co-author
“Method of Improving Drugs with Anti-Retroviral and Anti-Cancer Activity”
“Planar Chirality in Tethered η6: η 1-(Phosphinophenylenearene) Ruthenium(II) Complexes and Their Potential Use as Asymmetric Catalysts”
“Tunable Stereoselective Hydrosilylation of PhC≡CH Catalyzed by Cp*Rh Complexes”
Research Paper• December 11, 2014Co-author