20th Tetrahedron Symposium

Speakers

Speakers will include

Margaret Brimble

Margaret Brimble

University of Auckland, New Zealand

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Noah Burns

Noah Burns

Stanford University, USA

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Lee Cronin

Lee Cronin

University of Glasgow, UK

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Karl Gademann

Karl Gademann

University of Zurich, Switzerland

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Angela Russell

Angela Russell

University of Oxford, UK

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Ryan Shenvi

The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, USA

Winner of the  2019 Tetrahedron Young Investigator Award for Organic Synthesis
Complex secondary metabolites form the foundation of research in Dr. Ryan Shenvi’s lab. His group has devised chemical syntheses of amphilectene, diisocyanoadociane and kalihinol isonitriles, Nuphar thiaspirane dimers, lepadiformine, jiadifenolide, O-debenzoyl-tashironin, 20-nor-salvinorin A and others.

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Raphaël Rodriguez

CNRS, France

Winner of the  2019 Tetrahedron Young Investigator Award for Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry
Dr. Raphaël Rodriguez joined the CNRS as a group leader in 2012 and was subsequently promoted as a Research Director in March 2017. His laboratory focuses on the chemical synthesis of complex small molecules and the development of cell biology protocols to investigate processes relevant to human diseases.

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Tirayut Vilaivan

Tirayut Vilaivan

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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Xiang Zhou

Wuhan University, China

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To contribute to the programme please visit the submit abstract page: the deadline for submission of abstracts is 11 January 2019.

You can view details of speakers from previous events in the series here.