Heather McDonald, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Station 23
Wallace Hall 407G
(205) 652-3728
Degrees: Ph.D., Mississippi State University, 2002
B.S., Mississippi College, 1993
Employment Date: 2009
Classes usually taught:

CH 111 General Chemistry I
CH 112 General Chemistry II
CH 431 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CH 351 Physical Chemistry I
CH 352 Physical Chemistry II

Recent Publications:
  • McDonald, H.M., Pruett, P.S., Deivanayagam, C., Protasevich, I., Carson, M., DeLucas, L.J., Brouillette, W., Brouillette, C. Structural adaptation of an interacting non-native C-terminal helical extension revealed in the crystal structure of NAD+ synthetase from Bacillus anthracis. Acta Cryst, 2007, D63, 891-905.
  • Carson, M., Johnson, D., McDonald, H., Brouillette, C., and DeLucas, L. His-tag impact on structure. Acta. Cryst. (2007) D63: 295-301.
  • Demoruelle, K., Guo, B., Kao, S., McDonald, H., Nikic, D., Holman, S. and Wilson, W. (2002)
  • Correlation of the Second Virial Coefficient and Solubility for Equine Serum Albumin and Ovalbumin. Acta. Cryst. D, 58, 1544-1548.
  • Asanov, A., McDonald, H., Oldham, P., Jedrzejas, M. and Wilson, W. Intrinsic Fluorescence as a Potential Rapid Scoring Tool for Protein Crystals. (2001) J. Cryst. Growth, 232, 603-609.