Assistant Professor, Biochemistry
Office: 237 Haggerty Science Center
Professor Boegeman earned his B.S. from Harvey Mudd College, M.S. from Cornell University and his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of California at San Diego. Dr. Boegeman taught at the University of Puget Sound, Harvey Mudd College and Eckerd College before joining the faculty at the University of Dallas in 2000.
He has been the co-faculty adviser for the U.D. Chapter of the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society since 2002.
Dr. Boegeman is a protein chemist whose area of specialty is the study of protein-lipid interactions. Currently, he is teaching biochemistry and general chemistry. In the past, he has also taught environmental chemistry, basic ideas in chemistry and chemistry seminar.
Dr. Boegeman's research involves the study of the metabolism and regulation of lipids and lipid metabolites through the mapping of the responsible pathways and characterization of the enzymes involved. Of particular interest are the enzymes phospholipase D and phospholipase A2.
"Phospholipid Binding and the Activation of Group IA Secreted Phospholipase A2." S.C. Boegeman, R.A. Deems, and E.A. Dennis, Biochemistry 43, 3907-3916, (2004).
"Streptomyces Chromofuscus." D. Vincent West ('04), José Arvizu ('05), and Scott C. Boegeman. (Presentation, 225th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA, March 23-27, 2003.)
"Phospholipase D Activity in the Presence of Primary Alcohol Acceptors and Inhibitors," D. Vincent West ('04) and Scott C. Boegeman. (Presentation, 35th Meeting-in-Miniature, Dallas-Ft. Worth Section of the American Chemical Society, University of Dallas, April 2002.)
"Interaction of Phospholipase A2 with Thioether Amide Containing Phospholipid Analogues." L.A. Plesniak, S.C. Boegeman, B.W. Segelke, and E.A. Dennis, Biochemistry 32, 5009-5016 (1993).
"The solid-phase synthesis of dendritic polyamides." K.E. Ulrich, S.C. Boegeman, J.M.J. Frchet, and S.R. Turner, Polymer Bulletin . 25, 551-558, (1991).
"Formation of Carboxylic Acid Halides by the Reaction of Halogens with Acetyl-, (Phenylacetyl)-, and Benzoylchlorobis (triphenylphosphine) platinum(II) and Acetyl-, (Phenylacetyl)-, and Benzoylchloro (triphenylphosphine) - palladium(II) Complexes." M. Kubota, S.C. Boegeman, R.N. Keil, and C.G.Webb, Organometallics 8, 1616-1620, (1989).
"Quenching of chlorophyll fluorescence by substituted anthraquinones." K.K.Karukstis, S.M.Gruber, J.A. Fruetel, and S.C. Boegeman, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 932, 84-90, (1988).
"Multivariate analysis of Photosystem II fluorescence quenching by substituted benzoquinones and naphthoquinones." K.K. Karukstis, S.C. Boegeman, J.A. Fruetel, S.M. Gruber, M.H. Terris, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 891, 256-264, (1987).
Dr. Boegeman teaches the Biochemistry and General Chemistry sequences at the University of Dallas, as well as Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry Seminar and Basic Ideas in Chemistry.
This semester Dr. Boegeman is teaching Biochemistry I and General Chemistry II.