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Benjamin King

Benjamin King

Benjamin King

Benjamin King

Benjamin is a PhD student in Statistical Science at Stanford who specializes in addressing problems with large-scale data. These problems in the research community often can’t exist without his use of automated computing and machine learning.

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Davis AP, Wiegers TC, Roberts PM, King BL, Lay JM, Lennon-Hopkins K, Sciaky D, Johnson R, Keating H, Greene N, Hernandez R, McConnell KJ, Enayetallah AE, Mattingly CJ. A CTD-Pfizer collaboration: manual curation of 88,000 scientific articles text mined for drug-disease and drug-phenotype interactions. Database (Oxford). 2013; 2013(0):bat080. (Source: umaine.edu)

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Pan H-J, Agate DS, King BL, Wu MK, Roderick SL, Leiter EH, Cohen DE. A polymorphism in New Zealand inbred mouse strains that inactivates phosphatidylcholine transfer protein. FEBS Letters. 2006; 580, 5953-5958.

The development of the Scholl reaction, which is the acid-catalyzed oxidation of aryl CH vertices to generate new aryl-aryl bonds, has been a major project in the BTK group. Although this reaction holds enormous potential for the synthesis of new PAHs, as demonstrated by its use by Müllen to prepare large graphitic disks, its scope and mechanism had been unexplored. We study its mechanism using computational and experimental chemistry. Our calculations suggest that the mechanism involves an arenium cation intermediate that engages in electrophilic aromatic substitution with another aryl moiety. A radical cation mechanism was also investigated but exhibits much higher activation barriers. The possibility of inner-sphere electron transfer has not yet been addressed. (Source: www.unr.edu)

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The Rev. Dr. Benjamin King is professor of Christian history, associate dean for academic affairs, and director of advanced degrees. King went to Cambridge University as an undergraduate and as a seminarian, before coming to the U.S.A. He worked as a parish priest for five years and as Episcopal chaplain at Harvard University for four years, during which time he earned a master's in theology at Harvard Divinity School and a Ph.D. in theology and history at Durham University in the U.K. He came to Sewanee in 2009.

King's first book, Newman and the Alexandrian Fathers: Shaping Doctrine in Nineteenth-Century England (Oxford), won a John Templeton Award for Theological Promise in 2011. He has also co-edited two volumes with Fred Aquino, Receptions of Newman (Oxford, 2015) and The Oxford Handbook of John Henry Newman (Oxford, 2018). He is currently writing a book about the Oxford Movement and the laity that will include Tractarian views on the enslaved, which connects to his work with the Roberson Project at Sewanee. He has lectured internationally on Newman, including at Oxford University and the Vatican. (Source: theology.sewanee.edu)

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Black, Susan Easton (1991). "King Benjamin: In the Service of Your God". In Nyman, Monte S.; Tate, Charles D., Jr. (eds.). The Book of Mormon: Mosiah, Salvation Only Through Christ. Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University. pp. 37–48. ISBN

umaine.edu)Reid NM, Jackson CE, Gilbert D, Minx P, Montague MJ, Hampton TH, Helfrich LW, King BL, Nacci DE, Aluru N, Karchner SI, Colbourne JK, Hahn ME, Shaw JR, Oleksiak MF, Crawford DL, Warren WC, Whitehead A. The landscape of extreme genomic variation in the highly adaptable Atlantic killifish. Genome Biol Evol. 2017. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evx023. (Source:

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Black, Susan Easton (1991). "King Benjamin: In the Service of Your God". In Nyman, Monte S.; Tate, Charles D., Jr. (eds.). The Book of Mormon: Mosiah, Salvation Only Through Christ. Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University. pp. 37–48. ISBN

The Rev. Dr. Benjamin King is professor of Christian history, associate dean for academic affairs, and director of advanced degrees. King went to Cambridge University as an undergraduate and as a seminarian, before coming to the U.S.A. He worked as a parish priest for five years and as Episcopal chaplain at Harvard University for four years, during which time he earned a master's in theology at Harvard Divinity School and a Ph.D. in theology and history at Durham University in the U.K. He came to Sewanee in 2009. (Source: theology.sewanee.edu)

 

 

 

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