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Life Science Department
College of Arts and Sciences
New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Office: Theobald Hall, room 425
Rockefeller University, NY Post Doctoral 1974
Fordham University, NY Ph.D. Chemistry 1973
Iona College, NY B.S. Chemistry 1967
THESIS: "The Reaction of Chlorosulfonyl Isocyanate with Conjugated Triene Systems" Dissertation Abstracts Inter. Vol. 34, 1973 #73-16018
New York Institute Of Technology
a. Chairperson, Life Sciences Department, School of Health Professions, Behavioral and Life Sciences, 9/95 to 2009
Chairperson, Life Sciences, College of Arts and Science 9/09 to 9/12.
b. Chemical Hygiene Officer for life Sciences 9/95 - 6/2004
c. Academic Senate, 2001-2008; 2011-2013
Admissions & Academic Standing - 2006 - 2010
Institutional Development Committee - 2001-2002
Curriculum Committee -2001-2007- 2010; 2012
Ellis College Ad-Hoc Committee -2003-2005
Library Committee 2011
d. Faculty Appeals Board 2001 - 2007
e. Chairperson, Master program in Clinical Nutrition 9/91 to 9/94
f. Tenured Associate Professor - Life Sciences 6/89 to date
g. Coordinator, BS/DO program 9/84 - 6/2010
h. Assistant Professor Life Sciences 9/83 - 6/89
Downstate Medical Center, SUNY
Research Scientist 9/74 - 9/83
Synthesis of 3'bromoacetamidoarabinofuranosyluracil;
2'-bromoacetamidoarabinofuranosyl uracil and 3"-bromoacetamidouridine.
A study of the kinetics of reaction of Ribonuclease A with bromoacetamidopentafuranosyluracil s
The synthesis and spectral properties of p-arsononitropheny- Amino acids and proteins
The determination of the ionization constants of p-arsono-nitrophenyl amino acids and proteins using a spectrophotometric method
Investigation of the calcification processes in the long bones of human and bovine fetal calves.
Introductory courses in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry for the SUNY school of Nursing and the College of Health Related Professions
Adjunct Assistant Professor 9/78 - 6/79
Evening Lecture course in Organic Chemistry
Hunter College, CUNY
Adjunct lecturer 6/75 - 8/74
Summer Lecture Course in Organic Chemistry
Research associate 7/73 - 6/74
A study of the reaction of oxycarbenes generated via the thermal and photochemical decomposition of lactone tosylhydrazones prepared via the orthoesters.
Purchase College, SUNY
Adjunct Instructor 9/72 - 6/73
Introductory Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Physical Sciences laboratory taught using the Keller Self-Paced System.
I have taught lecture and laboratory sections in General Chemistry I and II; Organic Chemistry I and II; Bioorganic Chemistry; Applied Chemistry; Environmental Science; Humanity and Biological Universe and Foundations of Scientific Inquiry.
My major focus is a study of amino acid identification using Chromatographic methods especially HPLC. The purpose is to determine eventually the amino acid content of human bones in an effort to determine the age of the bone.
Another project is to study the synthesis of nucleosides as potential agents for enzyme studies and kinetics of inactivation.
1,6-Cycloaddition of Chlorosulfonyl Isocyanate to Cycloheptatriene-E.J. Moriconi, J.F.Kelly and C.F. Hummel Tetrahedron Lett. 5325 (1969)
The Reaction of Chlorosulfonyl Isocyanate with Triene Systems-- E.J. Moriconi, C.F. Hummel, J. Org. Chem. 41, 3583 (1976)
3. Modification of Bovine Pancreatic Ribonuclease A with the Site Specific Reagent 4-Arsono-2- Nitroflourobenzene. Spectrophotometric Titration of Arsononitrophenyl Ribonuclease A
derivatives. C.F. Hummel, B. Gerber, A. Babich, M. Avitable, R.P. Carty. Biochemistry 20, 4843-4852(1981).
The Role of Nucleoside, Triphosphate Pyrophosphohydrolase in In Vitro Nucleoside Triphosphate-dependent Matrix Vesicles Calcification. S. Siegel, C.F. Hummel, R.P. Carty. J. Biol.Chem., 208, 8601-8607 (1983)
Reaction of Azide Ion with 1-(2,3-Anhydrolyxofuranosyl)Uracil. Isolation of 1-(2-amino-3-deoxy- - D-xylofuranosyl)uracil and 1-(3-amino-3-deoxy- -D-Arabinofuranosyl)uracil. C.F. Hummel, R.P. Carty Nucleosides and Nucleotides, 2(3)249-255 (1983).
Chemical Modifications of Ribonuclease A with 4-Arsono-3-nitrofluorobenzene. C.F. Hummel, B. Gerber, R.P.Carty. International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research 24, 1-13 (1984).
The Role of Matrix-Vesicle Enzymes in Primary Osteoarthritis.T.A. Einhorn, S.L.Gordon, C.F. Hummel, R.P.Carty--Paper given at the 30th Annual ORS, Atlanta, Georgia, Feb. 7, 8, 9, 1984.
Identification of a Critical Interaction that Determines Productive Substrate Binding to Pancreatic Ribonuclease A, R.P.Carty, C.F. Hummel, M.R. Pincus. American Chemical Society meeting- August 26-31, 1984 Abstract #96.
Matrix Vesicle Enzyme in Human Osteoarthritis. T.A. Einhorn, S..L. Gordon, S.A. Siegel, C.F. Hummel, M.A. Avitable, and R.P.Carty. Journal of Orthopedic Res. 3:160-169 (1985).
The Reaction of Bromacetamidonucleoside Affinity Labels with Ribonuclease A: Evidence for Steric Control of Reaction Specificity and Alkylation Rate. C.F. Hummel, M.R. Pincus, P. Brandt-Rauf, G. Frei, R.P. Carty. Biochemistry, 26, 135-146 (1987).
Enthalpic and Entrophic Determinants for the Specificity of Alkylation of the Histidne-12 Residue of Ribonuclease A by Four Bromoacetamido Nucleoside Affinity Labels and Bromoacetamide. M.R. Pincus, C.F. Hummel, P. Brand-Rauf, R.P. Carty. Inter. J. Peptide Protein Res. 36, 56-66 (1990).
Manual of Science: The Process and Communication. by W. Muller, W. Heston, C. Hummel, J. Ringen, S. Turkel, P. Veeravagu, Wavecrest Communication, N..Y. 1990.
Medical College Admissions Test 1993 - 1996. Preparing exam Questions for the MCAT exam in areas of General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Review of "Human Biology" by Silva Madder - 1998.
Review of "Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues" by M. Johnson for Pearson Education, 1999
Review of "Chemistry - A Materials Approach for Engineers" by M.J. Shulz for Benjamin Cummings, 2000.
Laboratory Manuals for the following NYIT courses:
a) Applied Chemistry Chem.105
b) Organic Chemistry I Chem. 210
c) Organic Chemistry II Chem. 250
d) Bioorganic Chemistry Chem. 215
Rising Leukemia Rates in Thailand: The Possible Role of Benzene and Related Compounds in Cigarette Smoke.E. Mitacek, K.D. Brunnnemann, A. Polednak, T. Limsila, K. Bhothisuwan, C. Hummel. Oncology Reports 9, 1399 -1403 (2002).
"Selected Exercises for the Biochemistry Laboratory " by Eugene Mitacek and Charles Hummel, International Group, Inc. 2003
Genotoxic Assessment Linking Cigarette Smoke to an Increased Risk of Leukemia. K.D. Brunnemann. E.J. Mitacek, M. Suttajit, T, Limsila, K, Bhothisuwan, C. F. Hummel, W. Panlob. Journal of Science and Technology Mahasarakham University, Vol. 24, (4), 64 - 74 (2005)
Phi Lambda Upsilon
American Chemical Society
New York Academy of Science
American Red Cross CPR, First Aid instructor
New York State Emergency Medical Technician
Certified Laboratory Instructor
Certified Instructor Coordinator
Glendale Volunteer Ambulance Corps Parliamentarian 1980 - 2012
Training Officer 1981,1982, 1986 - 2012
President 1984-1985; 1997 - 1998
Chairperson, Board of Directors, GVAC 2005-2012
New York State Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association
Director, District 4: 1994 - 2012
Chairperson, Education and Training Committee 1995-2011
Chairperson, Drill Rules Committee 1997 - 2008
West Queen Emergency Medical Training Institute
Administrator 2001 - 2008
American Safety and Health Institute
Instructor and Instructor Trainer - CPR, First Aid, First Responder
New York City Regional Emergency Medical Services Council
Training and Education Committee - 2002 - to date
At-Large member of Regional Council 2007 - to date