Phone: (805) 756-1654
- Isolation and characterization of biologically active marine natural products
- Specialties include analytical and semi-preparative HPLC and high field NMR
Ph.D., Chemistry University of California, Santa Cruz, 2001
B.S., Chemistry Sonoma State University, 1995
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2012-Present
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2006-2012
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of the Virgin Islands, 2001-2006
Instructor of Chemistry, West Valley Community College, 2001
Current Research Projects:
- Structural characterization of novel marine natural products isolated from Caribbean invertebrates.
- Analytical profiles of Cellulase activity in transgenic and non-transgenic corn tissue.
Selected recent publications:
Hayden, C., G. Fake, J. Carroll, E. Hood, and J. Howard (2011) Synergistic Activity of Plant Extracts with Mirobial Cellulases for the Release of Free Sugars. BioEnergy Res., 4:1-9.
Hood, E., S. Devaiah, G. Fake, E. Egelkrout, T. Teoh, V. D. Requesens, C. Hayden, K. Hood, K.M. Pappu, J. Carroll, and J. A. Howard (2011) Manipulating Corn Germplasm to Increase Recombinant Protein Accumulation. Plant Biotech. J., 1-11.
Jimenez-Flores R., G. Fake, J. Carroll, and J. Howard (2010) A Automated Method for Evaluating the Release of Fermentable Sugars From Cellulosic Feedstock. Appl. Micro. and Biotech, 47:206-211.
Carroll, J., E. N. Jonsson, R. Ebel, M. S. Hartman, T. R. Holman, T. R., and P. Crews (2001) Probing Sponge Derived Terpenoids for Human 15-Lipoxygenase Inhibitors. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 66:6847-6851.
Wood, W. F., F. J. Hanke, I. Kubo, J. Carroll, and P. Crews. (2000) Buzonamine, a New Alkaloid from the Defensive Secretion of the Millipede, Buzonium crassipes. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 28:305-312.
Clark, D. P., J. Carroll, S. Naylor, and P. Crews. (1998) An Antifungal Cyclodepsipeptide, Cyclolithistide A, from the Marine Sponge Theonella swinhoei. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 1:315-324.
Carroll, J. and P. Crews (2009) A Selective Account on the Potential of Marine Sponges, Tunicates, Mollusks and Soft-Corals as a Source of Therapeutically Important Molecular Structures. Sources of Compounds: Macromarines. Hammond, M. Ed., RSC Publishing, Cambridge, UK.
Current Undergraduate Students:
- Kimiya Bahmanyar
- Kelly Dickerson
Former Undergraduate Students:
- Jenna Arruda
- Tiffany Wan
- Allison Holle
- Bryan Brandon
- Kirstin McGhee
- Jared Moore
- Dwayne Corcoran
- Laura Boles
- Jason Rosalli
- Tara Johnston
- Oonagh Hardy
- Sarah Mullen
- Rebecca Paddack
- Anthea Sekfali
- David Enloe
- Haydn Mitchell
- Kelly Carlisle