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next event:

May 22
2014


POCC Student Choice Lecture
Prof. Tristan H. Lambert
Columbia University
The Use of Aromatic Ions for the Design of Highly Reactive Organocatalysts

Seminar Poster

seminars are held at 8 p.m. in the CAROLYN HOFF LYNCH hall at the Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania following dinner at 6 (cocktails at 5:30) DIRECTIONS

2013-2014 Schedule
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Sept 26

 

Prof. Daniel L. Comins
North Carolina State University
Concise Asymmetric Synthesis of Alkaloids

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Oct 31

Allan R. Day Award
Prof. Stuart L. Schreiber

Harvard University
Towards a Chemistry-Enabled Patient-Based Drug Discovery

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Dec 12
Prof. James L. Leighton
Columbia University
In Pursuit of the Ideal in Natural Product Synthesis – How and Why

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2014
Jan 30

Dr. Ralph A. Rivero
GlaxoSmithKline

Identification of GSK2636771, a Potent and Selective, Orally Bioavailable Inhibitor of Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase-beta (PI3Kβ) for the treatment of PTEN Deficient Tumors

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Feb 27
Prof. Amos B. Smith III
University of Pennsylvania

Evolution of Anion Relay Chemistry (ARC): Design, Synthesis and Validation of Recoverable Siloxane-Based Transfer Agents for Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions

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Mar 27
Prof. Jian Jin
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A Multifaceted Strategy for Discovering Chemical Probes of Histone Methyltransferase

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Apr 17
Prof. Lawrence T. Scott
Boston College

Strategies for the Directed Synthesis of Single-Index (n,m) Carbon Nanotubes

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May 22

POCC Student Choice Lecture
Prof. Tristan H. Lambert

Columbia University

The Use of Aromatic Ions for the Design of Highly Reactive Organocatalysts
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March 2014