Extended Conjugate Addition
Syntheses of Histidines
Conformationally Directed Nucleophilicity of Ambident
Covalent Modification of the Stratum Corneum
Betaine Analogues and Alcohol-induced Liver Injury
Singlet Oxygen Detection from Aryl Peroxides
Synthesis of Modified Nucleoside Bases
Past and Present
to our most recent
alumnus: Jacob Kammerer, B.S. Chm '19.
- Andrew Urick, B.S. Chem 2012, received his Ph.D. from University of Minnesota in 2017.
- Mike Wentzel, B.S. Chm. 2005, is now an assisociate professor at Augsburg College.
- Kevin Spicka received his
Ph.D. in chemistry from Montana
State University in July, 2008, and now is working with Nalco.
- 2006 B.S. Chemistry graduate and 2005 Baumann Family
Scholarship recipient Dave Moody completed his master's degree at the
University of Wisconsin, Madison and is working with the Midwest Research Institute.
Malone, M.D., is a member of a neurology group practice
in Columbia, MO.
- Meghan Cheyne, D.V.M., practices at the Winnebago Animal Clinic.
Vu received her Ph.D. in chemistry from the Pennsylvania
State University in December, 2004. She is now a Science
Officer in the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command.
Bauman Family Scholarship recipient Josh Waetzig completed
his Ph.D. at the University of Kansas, and finshed a postdoc at
University of California Irvine. Currently, he is a
research scientist at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, the Takeda Oncology
Company, in Cambridge, MA.
- Greg Waters, D.D.S. is practicing in Denver.
- John Chaput,
Ph.D., University of California, Riverside, is now Professor in the
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of California,
Irvine and a recent Fellow of the AAAS.
- Chris Jagusch, M.D., Creighton
University, graduated from law school in 2015.
- John Dickmeyer, M.S., organic chemistry, University of
Nebraska, Lincoln also holds an MBA from Creighton.
- Our 300 MHz NMR was a great a workhorse for our group! It was decommissioned on May 14, 2015 to make way for a new 400 MHz instrument.
- Below are '90's snapshots from our old lab, Rigge Science
212. . .
Derek, Mark, and Joe wielding some tools of the trade.
Are they implying that they would
rather not be in Nebraska?
In 2004, we moved into newly rennovated space, and now arer
found on the south side of Rigge Science, room 227.
hoods that work!
lighting from two windows, and
the view's not bad.
A lonely snowman out the east window!