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Abigail Doyle
A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Chemistry
Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information
Princeton University
Department of Chemistry
Frick Lab, Room 185
Princeton, NJ 08544

email: agdoyle@princeton.edu
phone: 609.258.1944

Abigail Doyle was born in Princeton, NJ in 1980. She received her A.B. and A.M. summa cum laude in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Harvard University in 2002. As an undergraduate, she investigated iron-catalyzed epoxidations of alkenes in collaboration with Dr. Christina White. She began her graduate studies at Stanford University working with Professor Justin Du Bois on the development of gold catalysts for the hydration of unactivated alkenes. In 2003, she transferred to Harvard University and joined the laboratory of Professor Eric Jacobsen. Her graduate research included the discovery of a transition metal-catalyzed enantioselective alkylation of tributyltin enolates with alkyl halides and the development of a thiourea catalyst for enantioselective nucleophilic additions to prochiral oxocarbenium ions. Abby began as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University in July 2008.

Faculty Assistant:
Kelsey Lovering
Frick Laboratory, 128