Congratulations Neyen and Tanner!

Congratulations to Neyen and Tanner for their publication in Organic Letters on the (BOX)Cu(II) catalyzed synthesis of indole and carbazole glycosides! Check it out here.

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Congratulations Eric

Congratulations to Eric on his newest publication in Organometallics on divergent mechanisms in palladium silyl cation reductions of ketones. Check it out here.

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Congratulations Ashleigh!!!

The lab congratulates Ashleigh on passing her oral exams and officially becoming a Ph.D. candidate. Way to go Ashleigh!!!

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Congratulations Eric!!!

The lab congratulates Eric Roos on successfully defending his thesis and getting his Ph.D. Way to go Eric!

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Congratulations Brad!!!

The lab congratulates Brad on giving an awesome third year presentation to the department. Looking sharp as usual Brad!

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Congratulations Tanner!!!!

The lab congratulates Tanner McMinn on passing his oral exams and becoming a Ph.D. candidate. Way to go Tanner!!!

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Congratulations Neyen!!!

The lab congratulates Neyen Romano on successfully defending his thesis and getting his Ph. D. Way to go Neyen!!!

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Congratulations Kat!!!

The lab congratulates Dr. Kathleen R. Neff on successfully defending her thesis and getting her Ph. D. Way to go Kat!!!

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Congratulations Brad!!!!

The lab congratulates Brad Owen on passing his preliminary oral exam and becoming and Ph.D. candidate. Way to go Brad!!

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Welcome First Years!!!

The lab welcomes our incoming group of first year graduate students Tanner McMinn and Ashleigh Arrington.

Ashleigh is from New York and received her undergraduate degrees in Chemistry and Mathematics from SUNY New Paltz. In undergrad, she studied dehydrogenations of alcohols using iridium complexes with quinone-backbone ligands under the direction of Dr. Miles Wilklow-Marnell. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, looking at art, and hiking.

Tanner received his B.S. in Chemistry (conc. in ACS Certified Chemistry) from Appalachian State University in May of 2022. At ASU, he worked under the guidance of Dr. Dieter Weber on The Streamlined Synthesis of Silyl Ether Protected Sorbic Alcohol Derivatives from Sorbaldehyde and The Diastereoselective Isomerization of Sorbic Alcohol Derivatives. Tanner enjoys sports, playing jazz music, and wasting time roaming the internet!

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