Brian W. Michel

Brian W. Michel

Organic Synthesis, Catalysis, Fluorescent Probe Design

Organic Synthesis, Catalysis, Fluorescent Probe Design

  • Biographical Description

    • We are an organic synthesis group that utilizes mechanistic insight to solve problems in catalysis and small molecule probe design. For more information please see our research page.

    • Education and Experience

      2014-Present  Assistant Professor - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry  

      2013-2014      American Heart Association Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley

      2011-2014      Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Berkeley

         Mentor: Professor Christopher J. Chang

         Research Area: Development of Probes for the Detection of CO and Reactive Oxygen Species

      2006-2011     Graduate Student, University of Utah

         Mentor: Professor Matthew S. Sigman

         Thesis: Development of TBHP-Mediated Wacker-Type Oxidations: Application and Mechanistic Insight

      2006             B.S., Chemistry, Western Washington University

         Mentor: Professor James R. Vyvyan

         Research Area: Enantioselective Synthesis of Heliannuols

  • Contact Information

    • Office: 303.871.2595

      Email: Brian.Michel at du.edu

      Office: S.G. Mudd 232

      Labs: S.G. Mudd 239 and 241

  • Group News

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