Welcome First Years!

We are excited to have five new first year graduate students join the Doyle Group this year! Welcome to Abby Road, Sam, Stavros, John, Alyssa, and Stephen!

Welcome Nacho!

Nacho comes to us from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaigne and will be working in the Doyle lab for the summer. We’re excited to have you with us-Welcome Nacho!

Pickering Teaching Awards for Mia and Eric

In recognition of their outstanding teaching Mia and Eric were presented with Pickering Teaching Awards! Congratulations! Keep up the great work!

Congratulations Brian!

Although we were sad for Brian to depart the Doyle lab, we are happy that he secured a position as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Saint Louis University. Congratulations Brian! You will make a great professor and we look forward to seeing you again at a conference in the future.

Patrick Lutz, PhD

Patrick successfully defended his thesis! He will be conducting postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan in the lab of Professor Anne McNeil. Best of luck Patrick! You will be missed!

Derek Ahneman, PhD

Derek successfully defended his thesis! He will be applying his expertise at IBM based in Maryland as an advanced analytics data scientist! Congratulations Derek on a well-deserved degree and best of luck to you as you begin your new job!

Blake’s Graduation

Blake completed his undergraduate thesis entitled “Computationally Derived Ligand Steric Parameters Reveal Reactivity Correlations Across the Field of Nickel Catalysis” and will be applying for medical schools in the upcoming year. Best of luck Blake!

Eric’s Generals

Eric passed his general examination! Terrific work Eric!

Formylation of Aryl Chlorides via Photocatalytic Generation of Chlorine radicals

Ben, Matt, and Junyi’s work was published in ACIE in collaboration with Celgene. Extraordinary!

Kevin Wu, PhD

Kevin successfully defended his thesis! He will be conducting postdoctoral research at Scrips in the lab of Professor Jin-Quan Yu. Best of luck Kevin!  We will miss you in the lab.