James D. Hoeschele Honored by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals

James D. Hoeschele, of Plymouth, Michigan, has recently been honored as an America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals 2017 Professional of the Year for his outstanding contributions and achievements in field of Inorganic Chemistry.

Plymouth, MI, June 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- About James D. Hoeschele

James D. Hoeschele, Ph.D. is an Adjunct Professor at Eastern Michigan University. Professor Hoeschele earned a B.S. in Chemistry from Franklin & Marshall College, and a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from Michigan State University. Professor Hoeschele’s expertise is General Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, and research associated with the use, role, and fate of metal ions and metal complexes in biological/biomedical systems. He is the author of numerous presentations, papers, and patents including-Farrell, N.; Qu, Y.; Hoeschele, J. D., "Tri (platinum) Complexes," PCT Int. Appl. Professor Hoeschele is a member of the American Chemical Society and the American Association of Cancer Research. In his leisure time he enjoys bicycling, singing, and Cleveland Indians baseball.

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