Regina C. So

Regina C. So

Field of award: Chemistry

Year awarded: 2011

Division: Physical Sciences


In recognition of her significant contributions in the design and faster synthesis of biologically important unique sphinganine-contaning glycosphingolipid analogs used in elucidating the relationship between the structure of glycosphingolipids and the type of immune response they generate. Presently, view her research group delves on the preparation of novel functionalized materials for natural products separation, viagra sale environmental and biomedical sensors and devices. She and co-workers are developing molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) as functional materials for the separation of artemisinin, prescription as catalysts for the production of monolaurin, and as sensors for the detection of environmental pollutants and histamine, as well as fluorescent films and modified-cationic polythiophenes for sensors to detect tuberculosis.

Current Position: Associate Professor

Office Address: Department of Chemistry, School of Science and Engineering, Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights

Education: PhD (Organic Chemistry), University of Connecticut 2003; BS (Chemistry), De La Salle University 1996