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Susy Mendes

Amrish Sugrim-Singh 
Assistant Director 

Suroojnarine (Darryl) Singh 

Grant Administrator 

Cherryanne Ward
Grants Assistant

Physical Address:
Office of Sponsored Programs
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
555 W. 57th Street, Suite 601
New York, NY 10019

Mailing Address:
Office of Sponsored Programs
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019

 Each month, the Office of Sponsored Programs will spotlight a different PI and their research. If you are interested in being featured in our next spotlight, please email  . Please be sure to provide us with an abstract (3-5 paragraphs) about your research, explanation of your recent project, the amount your project (s) were funded for, special events that you are hosting or coordinating, obstacles or challenges you faced during the application process, if applicable, and a photo of yourself   

Dr. Elise Champeil

Associate Professor, Department of Sciences

Dr. Elise Champeil is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sciences at John Jay College. Her expertise is in synthetic organic chemistry. Dr. Champeil's research interests include: DNA-mitomucin C adducts formation; synthesis and NMR characterization; detection of drugs of abuse by NMR spectroscopy; molecular modeling and fullerene chemistry. Dr. Champeil was recently awarded a Support of Competitive Research (SCORE) SC3 award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) entitled "Role of p21 in the upstream p53-independent signaling pathway in response to MC and DMC DNA Interstrand Crosslinks," in the amount of $463,861 over a period of four years. This NIH-funded research has the potential to offer treatment which could be tailored to cancer cells lacking the p53 transcriptional factor.