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Erin Battin, Ph.D.

Teaching Associate Professor


Ph.D. Clemson University

Teaching Fields

General chemistry, organic chemistry and bioinorganic chemistry

Courses Offered

  • CHEM 110
  • CHEM 115
  • CHEM 233
  • CHEM 235
  • CHEM 490


Garcia, C. R.; Carlos, A.-M.; Wilkes, J. A.; Hsiao, W. C.; Battin, E. E.; Brumaghim, J. L. “Prevention of Iron- and Copper-Mediated DNA Damage by Catecholamine and Amino Acid Neurotransmitters, L-DOPA, and Curcumin: Metal Binding as a General Antioxidant Mechanism,” Dalton Transactions 2012, 41 (21), 6458-6467. 

Battin, E. E.; Zimmerman, M. T.; Ramoutar, R. R.; Quarles, C. E.; Brumaghim, J. L. Metallomics 2011, 3, 503-512.

Battin, E.E.; Brumaghim, J.L. “Antioxidant Activity of Sulfur and Selenium: A Review of Reactive Oxygen Species Scavenging, Glutathione Peroxidase, and Metal Binding Antioxidant Mechanisms,” Cell Biochem. Biophys. 2009, 55, 1-23 (invited review).

Battin, E.E.; Lawhon, A.; Hamilton, D.H.; Brumaghim, J.L. “Using Proteins in a Bioinorganic Laboratory Experiment: Iron Loading and Removal from Transferrin,”_ J. Chem. Ed._ 2009, 86, 969-972.

Battin, E.E.; Brumaghim, J.L. “Metal Specificity in DNA Damage Prevention by Sulfur Antioxidants,” J. Inorg. Biochem. 2008, 102, 2036-2042 (winner of Best Paper by a Young Investigator 2008).

Battin, E. E.; Perron, N. R.; Brumaghim, J. L. Inorg. Chem. 2006, 45, 499-501.