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

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November 7, 2017: Congratulations to Jennifer L. Roizen and co-workers on the online publication of their accepted article. The manuscript describes Model Studies to Access the [6,7,5,5]-Core of Ineleganolide Using Tandem Translactonization-Cope or Cyclopropanation-Cope Rearrangements as Key Steps.

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November 2, 2017: Congratulations to J. Miles Blackburn, Melanie A. Short, and Jennifer L. Roizen on the online publication of their accepted article. The manuscript describes Sulfamate Esters Guide Selective Radical-Mediated Chlorination of Aliphatic C–H Bonds.

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October 19, 2017: Congratulations to J. Miles Blackburn, Melanie A. Short, Thomas Castanheiro, Suraj K. Ayer, Tobias Muellers, and Jennifer L. Roizen on the online publication of their accepted manuscript. The manuscript describes Synthesis of N-Substituted Sulfamate Esters from Sulfamic Acid Salts by Activation with Triphenylphosphine Ditrilfate.

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