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DOC Inaugural (2009) ACS Fellows

The ACS Fellows Program was created by the Board of Directors in December 2008 "to recognize members of the American Chemical Society for outstanding achievements in and contributions to Science, the Profession, and the Society." Unlike ACS national awards, the distinguished honor of a Fellows designation will go to those who have distinguished themselves in multiple areas, including promoting the science, the profession, and service to the American Chemical Society. Ultimately, the body of Fellows is intended to reach approximately 1-2% of ACS membership. The following 43 members of the Division of Organic Chemistry were selected as Inaugural ACS Fellows.

  • Ahmed Abdel-Magid
  • Robert Boeckman
  • Weston Borden
  • Ronald Breslow
  • Charles Buchanan
  • Charles Casey
  • Melanie Cooper
  • Debbie Crans
  • Dennis Curran
  • Huw Davies
  • Franklin Davis
  • Scott Denmark
  • Michael Doyle
  • Kevin Edgar
  • Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague
  • John Gladysz
  • William Greenlee
  • Robert Grubbs
  • M. Frederick Hawthorne
  • Stephen Hecht
  • Ned Heindel
  • Kendall Houk
  • Carl Johnson
  • William Jorgensen
  • Madeleine Joullie
  • Eusebio Juaristi
  • Robert Lichter
  • Richard Loeppky
  • Bruce Maryanoff
  • Cynthia Maryanoff
  • Elizabeth Nalley
  • George Olah
  • Kathlyn Parker
  • C. Dale Poulter
  • John D. Roberts
  • William Roush
  • James Shoffner
  • Amos Smith
  • Victor Snieckus
  • E. Thomas Strom
  • Robert Volkmann
  • George Whitesides
  • Steven Zimmerman

For more information on the program, see: C&EN (Jan. 19, 2009, 87(3),70) or the ACS Program Page