Nina’s research resulted in publications in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., Chem. Sci., a chapter in Science of Synthesis, and the best is yet to come. We’re excited to see you graduate from Emory. Good luck in your new role as an Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University.
Our collaborative study with the MacBeth group, utilizing cobalt complexes supported by redox active ligands to promote C-H amination with simple aryl azides as the nitrogen source is on line at Chemical Science.
Congrats Omar and Nina on a great team effort.
Chem. Sci. 2015 DOI: 10.1039/C5SC01162K
Eric Andreansky was invited to attend the ACS Organic Division Graduate Research Symposium, held in Austin Texas. He presented a poster on his synthetic studies towards the Akuamma Alkaloids.
This prestigious meeting brings the best graduate students from around the country together with leaders in academia and industry. Congrats on being selected and representing the group so well Eric.
Congratulations Andrew – a great overview of enantioselective group transfer chemistry from chiral iridium complexes.
Chem. Soc. Rev. 2015 DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00354G
Jen will be joining the faculty at GA Perimeter College, overseeing the UG science lab program. Congrats Jen! We’ll miss you.
Dr. Karthik Jaganathan and Dr. Santhosh Kumar (joint with MacBeth group) joined our research team this week. We’re excited to have two new great scientists to drive our catalysis and sustainable chemistry program
We’re delighted that Marcella has chosen to pursue her graduate research with us. Looking forward to many exciting discoveries. Welcome Marcella!
Congrats Dr. Bon! Jen published our first work developing C-H functionalization reactions inspired by optically and electronically active molecules. She was a founding member of the Center for C-H functionalization, and played an important roll presenting our phase II proposal to the NSF. Jen will graduate at the end of the semester. We’ll miss you Jen!
Congratulations Aidi – a wonderful body of work that reflects your scholarship, insight and tenacity. A beautiful Ph.D. Good luck in New Jersey. We’ll miss you!
Every year, more than 100 undergraduate students participate in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience at Emory University. The program culminates with a poster symposium, and students from across the disciplines present their results. Lab member and CCHF summer fellow Cameron Herting took 1st prize for his summer’s research on iridium catalyzed enantioselective C-H functionalization reactions. Congratulations Cameron!