1/18: Elena, Yhardfah, Kirsten, and Taylor join the group. Welcome!
5/17: Mikhail’s First Reaction is published in ACS Central Science
12/16: Amberly joins the group. Welcome!
10/16: Anthony joins the group. Welcome!
10/16: Lucas, Erika, and Emily’s reductive coupling is published in JACS
6/16: Mikhail is headed to Osaka University on an NSF EAPSI/JSPS fellowship to work with Professors Tobisu and Chatani this summer.
4/16: Luke and Mikhail’s reductive coupling is published in Angew, and Luke’s review is published in Angew as well!
10/27: Charlotte and Thom’s enantioselective propargylation reaction is published in OL
09/13: Dave’s paper is published in OPRD, in the “Non-Precious Metal Catalysis” special issue.
07/27: Emily and Lucas’ ring-contraction is published in JACS
07/23: Emily and Luke’s review is published in Accounts, in the Earth Abundant Metals in Homogeneous Catalysis special issue
06/30: Welcome to our summer high school interns, Renee and Jessica!
3/31: Congratulations to Erika for Honorable Mention for NSF GRF!
3/15: George, Marissa, and Michael’s paper is published in the TL Symposium-In-Print in memory of Professor Wasserman. Congratulations!
2/15: Liz named JSPS Fellow! She will lecture in Japan next year.
12/14: Erika Lucas joins the group. Welcome!
10/14: Emily, Dave, and Charlotte’s paper is accepted to J. Am. Chem. Soc. Congratulations!
6/14: Welcome to Marissa Tranquilli, a Chem-SURF REU summer student!
5/14: Michael and Mikhail’s paper is accepted to J. Am. Chem. Soc. Congratulations!
2/14: Iva and Charlotte’s paper is accepted to J. Org. Chem. Congratulations!
1/14: Iva, George, and Charlotte’s paper is accepted to Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Congratulations!
12/13: Thom Endean joins the group. Welcome!
11/13: Liz Jarvo receives the WCC ACS Rising Star Award. Congratulations!
11/13: George is awarded a UCI Public Impact Fellowship. You can watch a video of him explaining his research here. Congratulations!
11/13: Hanna’s paper is accepted to J. Org. Chem. Congratulations!
11/13: Congratulations to Iva, who defended her thesis and earned her Ph.D.!