Dr. Eric Ferreira (2005) :: The Design and Development of Palladium-Catalyzed Aerobic Oxidative Transformations
Dr. Jeremy May (2005) :: I. Synthesis and utilization of diazocompounds for applications in solution-phase and gas-phase chemistry. II. Progress toward the communesin alkaloids. Restricted Access
Dr. Jeffrey Bagdanoff (2005) :: Development of the enantioselective oxidation of secondary alcohols and natural products total synthesis.
Dr. Raissa Trend (2006) :: Concerning The Mechanism and Selectivity of Palladium(II) Catalyzed Aerobic Oxidation Reactions
Dr. Ryan McFadden (2007) :: Applications of Pd-Catalyzed Enantioselective Decarboxylative Alkylation in Natural Products Total Synthesis. Restricted Access
Dr. Daniel Caspi (2008) :: The Adaptive Nature of Palladium Reactivity in Synthesis
Dr. Jenn Stockdill (2008) :: Forays into the synthesis of zoanthenol: intriguing patterns in reactivity and selectivity
Dr. JT Mohr (2009) :: Enantioselective Reactions of Palladium Enolates
Dr. Michael Krout (2009) :: Progress Toward the Asymmetric Total Synthesis of Variecolin and Gas-Phase Studies of the Twisted Amide 2-Quinuclidone
Dr. Jenny Roizen (2010) :: Progress Toward an Enantioselective Total Synthesis of Ineleganolide
Dr. Pamela Tadross (2011) :: Exploiting the Reactivity of Arynes in the Total Synthesis of Natural Products.
Dr. Christopher Gilmore (2011) :: Aryne Annulation Reactions Toward the Synthesis of Heterocyclic Molecules.
Dr. Allen Hong (2012) :: Development of a Novel Ring Contraction Strategy and Application to the Total Synthesis of Presilphiperfolanol Natural Products.
Dr. Hosea Nelson (2012) :: A Unified Synthetic approach to the Transtaganolide and Basiliolide Natural Products.
Dr. Nathan Bennett (2013) :: Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation: insights, application toward cyclopentanoid and cycloheptanoid molecules, and the total synthesis of several daucane sesquiterpenes.
Dr. Alexander Goldberg (2013) :: Synthetic applications and methodological developments of donor–acceptor cyclopropanes.