Eric and John’s work in collaboration with BMS on a redox-neutral method for nucleophilic fluorination of phthalimide esters was just published in JACS (check it out here)! Congrats on completing an exciting project!
Marvin’s work on developing a novel methodology for cross-coupling epoxides and aryl iodides using Ni/Ti/Photoredox catalysis was just published in ACS Catalysis! The mild cross-electrophile approach tolerates three distinct classes of epoxides and a broad scope of aryl iodides. Check it out here!
On April 29th, Eric Webb gave his departmental Final Public Oral to a packed Zoom audience, making the Doyle Lab’s first virtual thesis defense a success! Congrats on your PhD, Dr. Webb!
Jesús, Wendy, and Stephen’s work on elucidating the mechanism of Ni-catalyzed Negishi Couplings of Aziridines, and the associated ligand effects of electron deficient olefin ligand, Fro-DO, was just published in JACS! Congrats on the completion of an exciting project!
Congratualtions to Izzy on recently passing her “zoom”erals exam! Fantastic job, and we’ll have to celebrate with a champagne toast when we all return to lab!
Talia recently packed up her car (with some help from her dog Bialy) and headed north to the Boston area to begin a new position at Snapdragon Chemistry. You certainly will be missed by all in the Doyle Lab, but we congratulate you on landing a fantastic job and wish you all the best in the future!
Stavros, Ben, and Makeda’s work, in collaboration with Mike Zacuto at Celgene, to “photo-eliminate a gap in the methylation methodology” has recently been published in JACS! Congrats to the team and great work!
Talia, Junyi, and Mani’s work on developing a new Ni/Photoredox methodology to synthesize pharmaceutically relevant β-Phenethylamines was recently accepted and published in JACS! Great work!
Congrats to Stephen on recently publishing a study on how Ni(II) intermediates proposed in photocatalytic cycles can interact with light and lead to Ni-C bond homolysis. This spectroscopic and organometallic mechanistic work in collaboration with the Scholes and Castellano labs is now available to read in JACS! Congrats all!