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Khalilah Reddie

Associate Chair, Associate Teaching Professor, Director of Medical Profession Admission Gap Initiative and Collaboration (MAGIC)

College of Sciences


Organic Chemistry

Research Interests

Organic Chemistry

Selected Awards and Honors

  • 2015 Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence (2015), Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell

Selected Publications

  • Cheng, Z., Wu, J., Setterdahl, A., Reddie, K., Carroll, K., Hammad, L.A., Karty, J.A., Bauer, C.E. (2012). Activity of the Tetrapyrrole Regulator Crtj Is Controlled by Oxidation of a Redox Active Cysteine Located in the DNA Binding Domain. Molecular microbiology.
  • Reddie, K., Humphries, W.H., Bain, C.P., Payne, C.K., Kemp, M.L., Murthy, N. (2012). Fluorescent Coumarin Thiols Measure Biological Redox Couples. Organic letters, 14(3) 680-683.
  • Svoboda, L.K., Reddie, K., Zhang, L., Vesely, E.D., Williams, E.S., Schumacher, S.M., O'Connell, R.P., Shaw, R., Day, S.M., Anumonwo, J.M. (2012). Redox-Sensitive Sulfenic Acid Modification Regulates Surface Expression of the Cardiovascular Voltage-Gated Potassium Channel Kv1. 5Novelty and Significance. Circulation research, 111(7) 842-853.
  • Leonard, S.E., Reddie, K., Carroll, K.S. (2009). Mining the Thiol Proteome for Sulfenic Acid Modifications Reveals New Targets for Oxidation in Cells. ACS chemical biology, 4(9) 783-799.
  • Davis, M.J., Kragor, C.H., Reddie, K., Wilson, H.C., Zhu, Y., Dore, T.M. (2009). Substituent Effects on the Sensitivity of a Quinoline Photoremovable Protecting Group to One-And Two-Photon Excitation. The Journal of organic chemistry, 74(4) 1721-1729.
  • Reddie, K., Seo, Y.H., Muse Iii, W.B., Leonard, S.E., Carroll, K.S. (2008). A Chemical Approach for Detecting Sulfenic Acid-Modified Proteins in Living Cells. Mol.BioSyst., 4(6) 521-531.
  • Reddie, K., Carroll, K.S. (2008). Expanding the Functional Diversity of Proteins Through Cysteine Oxidation. Current opinion in chemical biology, 12(6) 746-754.
  • Reddie, K. (2007). Kinesin Motor Protein Inhibition and the Development and Use of Two-Photon Sensitive Caging Groups for Biological Use.
  • Reddie, K., Roberts, D.R., Dore, T.M. (2006). Inhibition of Kinesin Motor Proteins by Adociasulfate-2. Journal of medicinal chemistry, 49(16) 4857-4860.

Selected Presentations

  • Technology-guided discovery in the undergraduate organic lab - UMass Lowell Teaching and Learning Symposium, 2015 - Lowell, MA