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Congratulations to Jesse on starting a position as a senior research scientist at Pfizer in Groton, CT!  We wish him the best as he takes this step forward in his career.


Congratulations to Aleksandra on the publication of her work on the unexpected 1,2-oxazepine and isoxazole formation in studies directed toward the synthesis of dideoxy-lomaiviticinone.


Congratulations to Aleksandra on the publication of her work regarding the cascade assembly of benzo[a]anthraquinone ring system common to the angucycline antibiotics.





Congratulations to Aleksandra on successfully defending her Ph.D. thesis!  She will be joining the group of Jeffery Kelly at the Scripps Research Institute as a postdoctoral researcher.


Congratulations to Stephen on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis!  He will be moving on to Princeton University as a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Abigail Doyle.


Congratulations to Marta, Nina and Bobby for passing their preliminary qualifying exams.


Congratulations to Sean for receiving an ACS Division of Organic Chemistry Travel Grant Fellowship to attend the 2013 National Organic Symposium.


Congratulations Sean on the publication of his total synthesis of bicyclobutane fatty acid.


Congratulations Ian and Jonathan on the publication of their work on the assignment and stereocontrol of hibarimicin atropoisomers.


Congratulations Sean and Jesse on the publication of their work on the biosynthesis of apoptolidins.


Congratulations Bruce and Kevin on the publication of their work on the binding of serine-rich repeat adhesin GspB to host carbohydrate receptors.


Congratulations Aleksandra Baranczak on successfully defending her original research proposal.


Sean DeGuire and Jonathan Hempel traveled to Anaheim, CA to present their research at the ACS Spring National meeting.


Congratulations Stephen Chau on successfully defending his original research proposal.


Congratulations Stephen Chau on the publication of his work on the 18O-assisted epoxyketone cyclization analysis towards Ammocidin D.






Congratulations to Ian Romaine on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis!  He will be working as a post-doctoral fellow with the Vanderbilt Chemical Synthesis Core.


Congratulations to Steve Townsend on successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis!  He will be heading to the Sloan-Kettering Institute to work with Professor Samuel Danishefsky.


Congratulations Bruce Melancon on the publication of his work on the small-molecule inhibition of Wnt signaling in Nature Chemical Biology.


Stephen Chau and Aleksandra Baranczak traveled to Boston to present their research at the ACS Fall National meeting.


Aleksandra Baranczak presented her research at the ACS Organic Division’s first annual Graduate Research Symposium in Boston, MA.  She is featured in the C&EN article highlighting the event.


Congratulations Sean Deguire on the publication of his work on the light-induced isomerization of Apoptolidin A.


Congratulations Jesse Teske for receiving an American Cancer Society post-doctoral fellowship.


Congratulations to Brian Smith on his total synthesis of Haliclonacyclamine C.

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Congratulations to Susan on the publication of her work on GIRK 1/2 and GIRK 1/4 activators.


Congratulations to Stephen Chau on his new job at AbbVie!


Congratulations to Brendan on the publication of his paper on the small molecule activation of heme biosynthesis in PNAS!


Congratulations to Marta on passing her qualifying exam!


Congratulations to Bobby on passing his qualifying exam!


Congratulations to Sean on successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation! He will be heading to Switzerland as a postdoctoral fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne in the lab of Hilal Lashuel.


Congratulations to Jonathan on successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation! He will be working as a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of Charles Hong in the Vanderbilt University Medical School.


Congratulations to Brendan for passing his CPB Qualifying Exam!