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Gen. Chemistry For Engineers > Curricula Vitae


  • Mr. Thomas Joseph Jose


    • Texas A & M University

      M. S.

      Chemical Education

      Indiana Univeristy

      B. S.



    • Spring 2003 - present

      Blinn College


      Fall 2001 - Fall 2002

      Texas A & M University



    • Williamson, V. M. & José, T. J. (2009) Using Visualization Techniques in Chemistry Teaching. in N. J. Pienta, M. M. Cooper, & T. J. Greenbowe (Eds.), Chemists' Guide to Effective Teaching, Volume II. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

      Williamson, V. M. & José, T. J. (2008). Effects of a two-year molecular visualization experience on teachers’ attitudes, content knowledge, and spatial ability. Journal of Chemical Education, 85 (5), 718-723.

      José, T. J. & Williamson, V. M. (2005) Molecular visualization in science education: An evaluation of the NSF – funded workshop. Journal of Chemical Education. 82 (6), 937-943.

      José, T. J., Conlan, L. H. & Dupureur, C. M. (1999) Quantitative evaluation of metal ion binding to PvuII restriction endonuclease. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. 4 (6), 814-23.

      Conlan, L. H., José, T. J., Thornton, K. C. & Dupureur, C. M. (1999) Modulating restriction endonuclease activities and specificities using neutral detergents. Biotechniques. 27 (5), 955-60.

      Dumaswala, U.J., Wilson, M.J., José, T. & Daleke, D.L. (1997) Effect of a glycerol-containing hypotonic medium on erythrocyte phospholipid asymmetry and aminophospholipid transport during storage. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 1330(2), 265-73.

      Dumaswala, U.J., Wilson, M.J., José, T. & Daleke, D.L. (1996) Glutamine- and phosphate-containing hypotonic storage media better maintain erythrocyte membrane physical properties. Blood. 88(2), 697-704.

      Shi, X., Yao, P., Jose, T. & Gershon, P. (1996) Methyltransferase-specific domains within VP-39, a bifunctional protein that participates in the modification of both mRNA ends. RNA. 2(1), 88-101.