(UG = student authors)
Auffinger P, Grover N, and Westhof E, Structural and Catalytic Roles of Metal Ions in RNA, Volume 9, in Metals Ions in Life Sciences, Sigel A, Sigel H, Sigel RKO, Editors, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 2011, in press
Grover N and Benore M, Student-Centered Education in Molecular Life Sciences, ASBMB Today, October 2009.
Grover N, Integrating High School Teachers and Students into Summer Research, ASBMB Today, October 2009.
Grover N, Using Collaborative Learning to Engage and Empower Undergraduate Students in Science Classrooms, Chapter 12, In Collaborative Learning: Methodology, Types of Interactions and Techniques, Luzzatto E and DiMarco, Editors, NOVA Science Publisher, 2009.
Carter O’Connell I (UG), Booth D (UG), Eason B (UG), and Grover N, Thermodynamic Examination of Trinucleotide Bulged RNA in the context of HIV-1 TAR RNA, RNA 2008, Vol 14, 3550-2556.
Grover N, Linking Teaching, Research, and Service at an Undergraduate Institution, ASBMB Today, June 2008, Vol 6, 20-29
Grover N, What Should A Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Club Do? Enzymatics, October 2008, Vol 5, 2, 16-17.
Grover N, Undergraduate Affiliate Chapter of the Colorado College – the Biosciences Club, Enzymatics, October 2008, Vol 5, 2, 6-7.
Casselton J (UG), Kraynik J (UG), Underhaul H (UG), and Grover N, Creating Outreach Activities to Match Students’ Interest: HIV/AIDS Education in Tanzania, ASBMB Today, Jan 2008, Vol 1, 22-24 (invited reprint of the Enzymatics article from 2007).
Grover N, How to Create Successful Discussions in Science Classrooms, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 2007, Vol 35, 6, 397-403.
Grover N, Undergraduates Participate in Annual Poster Competition, ASBMB Today, 2007, Vol 6,14.
Grover N, Reaching Out at the National Meeting, ASBMB Today, June 2007, Vol 6, 19.
Casselton J (UG), Kraynik J (UG), Underhaul H (UG), and Grover N, Creating Outreach Activities to Match Students’ Interest: HIV/AIDS Education in Tanzania, Enzymatics, Vol 4, 1, 2007, p 11-13.
Grover N, Response to Desperately Seeking Diversity. Neena Grover, Journal of Clinical Investigations, 2005, 115. Online publication date: June 23rd.
Grover N and Benore-Parsons M, Bringing Students into Science through Outreach. ASBMB Today, Oct 2004, 27.
Grover N, Introductory Course Based on a Single Problem: Learning Nucleic Acid Biochemistry from AIDS Research. Biochemical and Molecular Biology Education, 2004, Vol 32, 367-372.
Grover N, In Chemistry Foundations and Applications, Contributing Author on DNA and RNA, 2004, Lagowski, JJ, ed., 4 vols, New York: Macmillan USA. (Invited)
Blount KF, Grover N, Mokler V, Biegelman L, Uhlenbeck OC, Steric Interference Modifications of the Hammerhead Ribozyme. Chemistry and Biology, 2002, 9, 1009-1016.
Published Book Reviews
Grover N, 2006, Principles of Biochemistry (4th Ed.): Horton, R., Moran, L. A., Scrimgeour, G., Perry, M., and Rawn, D.Biochem. Educ., 34, 162 - 163.
Grover N, 2005, Informational Biopolymers of Genes and Gene Expression:
Properties and Evolution: Blake, R. D., Biochem. Educ., 33, 380 - 381.
Grover N, Science Outreach At Home And Around the World, Enzymatics, 2010, January 2010, Vol 1, p2.
Grover N, Baby Steps: How to Initiate Science Outreach or Service Learning, Enzymatics, 2009, Vol 6, 2, p2.
Grover N, Science Outreach, a Historical Perspective: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel, Part II, Enzymatics, 2008, Vol 5, 2, p.
Grover N, Science Outreach, a Historical Perspective: Don’t Reinvent the Wheel, Part I, Enzymatics, 2008, Vol 5, 1, p 8-9.
Grover N, Various Forms of Science Outreach: Sharing the Experiences, Enzymatics, 2008, Vol 4, 1, p5.
Grover N, Outreach Activities for K-12 Classroom, Enzymatics, 2007, Vol4, 3, p7.
Grover N, Learning from Shared Experience: Building an Outreach Resource, Enzymatics, 2007, Vol 4, 2, p4.
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Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1995)
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