Bradley S. Moore’s 2022 NOS Lecture is Available On-Line

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We are now able to release the video of the lecture by Bradley S. Moore (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, USA) entitled “Taking Inspiration from Nature to Empower the Way We Make Molecules” which was given at the 2022 National Organic Chemistry Symposium (NOS). This video makes up 11 of the 15 that …

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Michelle C. Chang’s 2022 NOS Lecture is Available On-Line

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We are now able to release the video of the lecture by Michelle C. Chang (University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California, USA) entitled “Synthetic Biology Approaches to New Chemistry” which was given at the 2022 National Organic Chemistry Symposium (NOS). This video makes up 10 of the 15 that will be released from the 47th …

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Andrew Evans Selected as the 2022 Gassman Awardee

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The ACS Division of Organic Chemistry is pleased to announce that the 2022 Paul G. Gassman Distinguished Service Award has been bestowed upon Professor P. Andrew Evans. Professor P. Andrew Evans is the Alfred R. Bader Chair of Organic Chemistry and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Organic and Organometallic Chemistry in the Department …

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Jeffrey Aubé’s 2022 NOS Lecture is Available On-Line

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We are now able to release the video of the lecture by Jeffrey Aubé (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA) entitled “New Tools and Therapeutics for the Treatment of Tuberculosis” which was given at the 2022 National Organic Chemistry Symposium (NOS). This video makes up 9 of the 15 that will be …

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Early Career Scientist Nominations-Due in Early February

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The Organic Division (DOC) recognizes early career scientists through two programs: 1) The Academic Young Investigator’s Symposium at the Fall National conference, which is composed of Assistant Professor speakers who are entering their fifth or sixth years and who have not yet been considered for tenure. Sixteen speakers are annually invited to give 30-minute presentations …

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2023 Mid-Career Investigator Award Nominations

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The Division of Organic Chemistry (DOC) recognizes outstanding non-academic investigators (e.g. industry, government or non-profit laboratory) who have demonstrated sustained commitment to Organic Chemistry through the Mid-Career Investigator Award. Nominations for the 2023 Mid-Career Investigator Symposium are due on February 4th, 2023. See Mid-Career Award Page for more details about the award and its nomination …

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Emily P. Balskus’s 2022 NOS Lecture is Available On-Line

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We are now able to release the video of the lecture by Emily P. Balskus (Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) entitled “Gut Reactions: Exploring the Amazing Chemistry of the Human Microbiome” which was given at the 2022 National Organic Chemistry Symposium (NOS). This video makes up 8 of the 15 that will be released from …

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Division of Organic Chemistry Election Results

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We are delighted to announce the results of the recent Division election. Chair:* Katherine Maloney (Point Loma Nazarene University) Chair-Elect: Angie Angeles (Vertex Pharmaceuticals) Secretary-Elect: Richard Broene (Bowdoin College) Councilor: Steven Silverman (Merck) Alternative Councilor: Monica Arroyo (Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico) Members-at-Large: Daniel Weix (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Jessica Hoover (West Virginia University) Vanessa …

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Nominations for Publications of the Year Awards-Due Jan 22

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Nominations are now open for the ACS Publication Awards (Organic Letters, The Journal of Organic Chemistry, Organic Process Research & Development, and Organometallics) for manuscripts published in 2022 (2021 & 2022 for Organometallics). The deadline for nominations is January 22, 2023. Below, you can find details on eligibility and directions for submission of nominations. The …

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Graduate Research Symposium (GRS) – Call for Nominations

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The DOC Graduate Research Symposium will take place at Montana State University (Bozeman, MT) on July 20-23, 2023. This symposium provides an opportunity for 50-75 graduate students in organic chemistry to interact with leaders from academia, industry, funding agencies, and publishers. Students must be completing their fourth year of graduate study. Registration is provided by …

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