We’re delighted to welcome Taylor Nelson to the group as a doctoral student. Taylor is excited to develop new catalytic reactions that will increase the efficiency with which new drugs are discovered and manufactured.
Eric’s creative approach to the akuammiline alkaloids is published in Org. Lett. (DOI: 10.1021/acs.orglett.6b03406). Congrats Eric!
Amaan, Caitlin and Jacob all passed their second year qualifying exams with flying colors. Congrats team!
Our manuscript describing the total synthesis of malagashanine appeared on line today (http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlepdf/2016/SC/C6SC03578G). Congrats Aidi, Danny, Nadege, Ricardo and Eric.
The Blakey group welcomes Taylor Nelson, Elaine Liu and Dave Bruns to the group as rotation students this semester. The exciting world of catalysis and reaction development awaits you!
Senior graduate student Eric Andreansky represented the group at the spring ACS National Meeting in San Diego, presenting his research outlining the development of synthetic strategies for the akuama alkaloids.
Qinqin’s discovery of a novel C-H iodination reaction for electron deficient aromatic systems, and it’s applicability in the synthesis of novel electron transport materials will be published in JACS. Great collaborative effort working with the members of the Marder, Amassian and Borovik groups to explore the materials applications and probe mechanism. Congrats Qinqin.
Our work describing a new catalyst for enantioselective intermolecular C-H functionalization with acceptor only diazo compounds is published in Chemical Science. Congrats team!
The Blakey group welcomes new graduate students Amaan Kazerouni, Jacob Burman and Caitlin Bridges
Sanesh Mistry will be joining us for the 15/16 academic year as part of the Emory/Imperial College exchange program, and conducting research for his masters degree.
Graduate student Saturo Ito joins us from Prof. Shinokubo’s group at Nagoya University, as part of the CCHF SAVI international exchange program.
Michelle, Andrew, Rebecca and Ben all start their first rotation with us this week.
Welcome! We’re excited to have you all as part of the team.