Undergraduates in Hartwig Group conduct research with a graduate student or postdoctoral associate as mentor. If you are a current UCB student and interested in undergraduate research in our group, please submit a cover letter discussing research interests and career plans, a CV, and transcripts (unofficial is OK) here.
Prof. John Hartwig and his colleague Prof. Dean Toste will present two three-day short courses on catalysis for organic synthesis in Shenzhen (April 24-26, 2016) and Shanghai (April 27-29, 2016), China this April. This material is intended for junior to mid-level professionals in the pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry industries who already have a technological and scientific understanding of organic and organometallic chemistries. For more information, please click on the link below:
May 2016: Dr. Rebecca Green earned her Ph.D. degree. She will begin her new position as a Research Investigator at Bristol-Myers Squibb, NJ in April 2016.
July 2015: Dr. Alexandra Strom earned her Ph.D. degree. She will begin her new position as a Postdoc Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA in September 2015.
July 2015: Dr. Hee Yeon Cho will begin her new position as an Assistant Professor at Loyola University, Chicago, IL.
June 2015: Dr. Bijie Li will begin his new position as an Assistant Professor at Tsinghua University, China.
Summer 2015: Dr. Aditya Gottumukkala will begin his new position as a Senior Scientist at PPG Industries in Pittsburgh, PA.
April 2015: Dr. Julian Egger will begin his new position as a Scientist at Bayer Healthcare in Germany.
March 2015: Dr. Shaozhong Ge began his new position as an Assistant Professor at The National University of Singapore.
February 2015: Dr. Mark Bartlett began his new position as a Research Scientist at Gilead Sciences in Foster City, CA.
January 2015: Dr. Patrick S. Fier began his new position as a Research Scientist at Merck in New Jersey.
January 2015: Prof. John F. Hartwig has won the 2015 J. Willard Gibbs Medal Award, Chicago Section of the American Chemical Society.
April 7, 2016: Prof. Hartwig will present a talk at the Department of Chemistry, Yale University, New Haven, CT.