The Roizen group welcomes curious, highly motivated, persistent research scientists.
* Prospective undergraduates with a strong interest in organic synthesis are encouraged to consider joining the Roizen group. Undergraduates at Duke may want to look at MUSER to identify other research opportunities at Duke.
* Prospective graduate students must apply to the Duke University Department of Chemistry.
* Prospective postdoctoral scientists should submit applications by e-mail (as a single pdf file titled "Postdoctoral Application - Your Name"). Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a research summary, a short description of future research interests, and contact information for three references.

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Group Highlights


March 3, 2017: Congratulations to Sébastien Laulhé, J. Miles Blackburn, and Jennifer L. Roizen on the online publication of their accepted manuscript. The manuscript describes Exhaustive Suzuki-Miyaura Reactions of Polyhalogenated Heteroarenes with Alkyl Boronic Pinacol Esters, and is expected to appear in the ChemComm Emerging Investigators Issue 2017.


January 30, 2017: Rafay Malik has earned an URS independent study grant to support his independent study research! Congratulations, Rafay!


January 18, 2017: Thomas Castanhiero runs a first reaction as part of the Roizen laboratory. Welcome, Thomas.

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