Department of Chemistry Seminar Series: Daniel Weix
Friday, April 6, 2018 - 3:15pm
Department of Chemistry Seminar Series: Daniel Weix
Science Building 1, room 107, 1025 SW Mill Street
Free & open to the public

University of Wisconsin Associate Professor of Chemistry, Daniel Weix, will present on Cross-Electrophile Coupling: Principles and New Reactions at the Department of Chemistry's weekly seminar series 

About Professor Weix

Daniel graduated from Columbia University in 2000, where he conducted research on helicenes with Thomas Katz. During his PhD work with Jonathan Ellman at the University of California (2000-2005), Daniel worked on improved methods for the synthesis and the use of tert-butanesulfinamide. Following postdoctoral work on Ir-catalyzed allylation chemistry with John Hartwig, Daniel began his independent career at the University of Rochester in 2008 and in 2017 moved to the University of Wisconsin as the Wayland E. Noland Distinguished Chair in Chemistry. Daniel has been the recipient of an NSF pre-doctoral fellowship, an NIH postdoctoral fellowship, Green Chemistry awards from Pfizer-Groton, a Thieme Journal Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, a Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, the Novartis Early Career Award, a JSPS Research Fellowship, and was recently elected a fellow of the AAAS. His research program is currently supported by the NIH, the ACS PRF, Novartis, Boehringer-Ingelheim, and Pfizer.

About the Department of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry maintains a teaching program of excellence at the undergraduate level and a graduate program emphasizing cutting-edge research in the chemistry of the environment, novel materials and biological systems. The Department's curriculum, faculty, library, and facilities of the department are accredited by the American Chemical Society.