Structural studies of small molecule cancer inhibitors using single crystal x-ray diffraction, molecular modeling, and experimental charge density analysis.
Dr. Cheryl Stevens is Dean of Ogden College of Science and Engineering at Western Kentucky University (WKU) in Bowling Green, Kentucky (January 2012 - present). In addition to serving as Dean of Ogden College, Dr. Stevens serves as the President of the WKU Research Foundation (January 2015 - present). Through this role, she works with a Board of Directors to oversee the Research Foundation's financial activity and to promote scholarly activity, technology transfer, and economic development. She is Director of the Applied Research and Technology Program (ARTP) at WKU, a Kentucky Program of Distinction. She earned a BS degree in Chemistry from the University of Tampa and the PhD degree in Chemistry from the University of New Orleans. Before coming to WKU, Dr. Stevens served as Chair of the Department of Chemistry at Xavier University of Louisiana and was awarded the Margaret W. Kelly Endowed Professorship in Chemistry.