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Paul Sabila

Professor/CSTR Director

Science, Technology, Accessibility, Mathematics, and Public HealthChemistry

N446B Hall Memorial Building

202-651-5165

About

  • 2016-Present:  Professor
  • 2012-2016:  Associate Professor
  • 2008-2012:  Assistant professor
  • 2006-2008:  Postdoctoral Research, University of Connecticut, Medicinal Chemistry
  • 2001-2006:  Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Organic Chemistry
  • 1995-1999:  B.Sc., University of Nairobi, Chemistry

Short Biography: 
Dr. Paul Sabila completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry, School of Pharmacy, at the University of Connecticut (2008). Dr. Sabila earned his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Connecticut (2006) and his bachelor's degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Nairobi in Kenya (1999). His dissertation work synthesis of strained and heterocyclic organic compounds. While studying for his doctorate, he completed an internship at Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Dr. Sabila has also worked as an assistant Quality control Manager (Gesto Pharmaceuticals, Kenya) and as a Medical Sales Representative (Phillips Pharmaceuticals, Kenya). He is a member of the American Chemical Society, Organic division.  External Website: http://paulsabila.weebly.com/

  • CHE-109 General Chem Lab I (2009/01)(01)
  • CHE-109 General Chem Lab I (2011/01)(02)
  • CHE-109 General Chem Lab I (2013/01)(02)
  • CHE-109 General Chem Lab I (2014/01)(02)
  • CHE-110 General Chem Lab II (2009/02)(01)
  • CHE-110 General Chem Lab II (2011/02)(01)
  • CHE-110 General Chem Lab II (2013/02)(01)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2014/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2009/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2010/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2011/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2012/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2013/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2014/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2009/01)(91)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2010/01)(91)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry I (2011/01)(91)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2009/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2011/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2012/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2013/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2014/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2009/02)(91)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2011/02)(91)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2010/02)(SI1)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry II (2010/02)(SI91)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chem Lab I (2012/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2013/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2014/01)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Lab II (2012/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2013/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2014/02)(01)
  • CHE-307 Analytical Chemistry I (2010/01)(01)
  • CHE-307 Analytical Chemistry I (2014/01)(01)
  • CHE-308 Analytical Chemistry II (2010/02)(01)
  • CHE-308 Analytical Chemistry II (2014/02)(01)
  • CHE-309 Analytical Chemistry Lab I (2010/01)(01)
  • CHE-309 Analytical Chemistry Lab I (2012/01)(01)
  • CHE-310 Analytical Chemistry Lab II (2012/02)(01)
  • CHE-310 Analytical Chemistry Lab II (2010/02)(WEC1)
  • CHE-332 Physical Chemistry Lecture II (2013/02)(01)
  • CHE-107 General Chemistry I (2017/01)(01)
  • CHE-110 General Chem Lab II (2016/02)(01)
  • CHE-110 General Chem Lab II (2019/02)(01)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2015/01)(01)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2017/01)(01)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2015/02)(01)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2015/01)(02)
  • CHE-201 Internship in Chemistry I (2017/01)(02)
  • CHE-202 Internship in Chemistry II (2015/01)(01)
  • CHE-202 Internship in Chemistry II (2016/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2015/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2016/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2017/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2018/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2019/01)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2020/01)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2015/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2016/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2017/02)(01)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2019/02)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2015/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2016/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2017/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2018/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2019/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2020/01)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2015/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2016/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2017/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2019/02)(01)
  • CHE-250 Intro to Forensic Science (2018/01)(01)
  • CHE-250 Intro to Forensic Science (2019/01)(01)
  • CHE-307 Analytical Chemistry I (2020/01)(01)
  • CHE-309 Analytical Chemistry Lab I (2016/01)(01)
  • CHE-310 Analytical Chemistry Lab II (2016/02)(01)
  • CHE-331 Physical Chemistry Lecture I (2015/01)(01)
  • CHE-332 Physical Chemistry Lecture II (2015/02)(01)
  • CHE-403 Capstone in Chemistry (2015/02)(01)
  • CHE-403 Capstone in Chemistry (2017/02)(01)
  • CHE-499 Independent Study (2017/01)(01)
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2018/01)(08)
  • GSR-230 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2019/01)(08)
  • GSR-230 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2018/01)(10)
  • CHE-212 Organic Chemistry Lecture II (2020/02)(01)
  • CHE-214 Organic Chem Laboratory II (2020/02)(01)
  • CHE-308 Analytical Chemistry II (2020/02)(01)
  • CHE-211 Organic Chemistry Lecture I (2021/01)(01)
  • CHE-213 Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2021/01)(01)
  • CHE-250 Intro to Forensic Science (2021/01)(01)
  • GSR-230 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2021/01)(05)
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