Aaron Bosse wins ARCS Award

Aaron Bosse (Davies Lab) has recently been named an ARCS Award recipient. The award is given by the ARCS foundation to celebrate the exceptional promise of the nominee to make a significant contribution to the advancement of Science.

While earning his B.A. in chemistry at The College of the Holy Cross, he completed two years of research in the lab of Prof. Andre Isaacs. His research focused on developing novel methodologies using click chemistry and resulted in a first author publication in Synlett. Now, Aaron is serving as lead researcher on C–H functionalization methodology applied to total synthesis in the Davies lab, collaborating with multiple groups in the CCHF.  Before winning the ARCS award, he has received numerous other recognitions including the ACS DOC Outstanding Undergraduate award, Quayle New student award, Quayle Student Achievement award, and NSF GRFP Honorable mention. Outside of lab, Aaron loves spending time in nature, visiting craft breweries, and relaxing with his dog and cat.

Congratulations, Aaron!