Organic Chemistry Day

The 32nd Annual Organic Chemistry Day: April 13, 2019

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Registration not necessary

Invited Speakers

Synthetic Advances in Cyclizations and Cycloadditions via Transition Metal Catalysis

Professor Eric M. Ferreira
University of Georgia

Imaging Neurotransmitters with Designed Fluorescent Sensors

Professor Timothy E. Glass
University of Missouri-Columbia

Adventures in Continuous Flow Processes: From Pharmaceuticals to Beer

Professor Bruce C. Hamper
University of Missouri-St. Louis

Drawing Inspiration from Nature’s Reactions and Receptors

Professor Dirk Trauner
New York University

Past Speakers

Abstract Submissions

Abstract should be submitted as pdfs. Download the Sample Abstract (in Word); fill in your information; eliminate all text boxes containing abstract guidelines; save your file in pdf.

Send your abstract in pdf form to harmatam@missouri.edu. Your subject line must exactly read:

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Otherwise, your abstract may be lost in cyberspace.

Abstract Submission Deadline: March 15, 2019

Schedule

9:00 am

Informal Welcome: Coffee and Donuts -  Chemistry Foyer

10:00 am

Professor Timothy E. Glass, University of Missouri-Columbia
Imaging Neurotransmitters with Designed Fluorescent Sensors

11:00 am

Professor Bruce C. Hamper, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Adventures in Continuous Flow Processes: From Pharmaceuticals to Beer

12:00 pm

Lunch Break

1:30 pm

Professor Eric M. Ferreira, University of Georgia
Synthetic Advances in Cyclizations and Cycloadditions via Transition Metal Catalysis

2:40 pm

Professor Dirk Trauner, New York University
Drawing Inspiration from Nature's Reactions and Receptors

3:45 - 6:00 pm

Poster Session and Reception-Chemistry Foyer

Sponsors

The Dow Chemical Company

American Chemical Society, University of Missouri Local Section

Department of Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Department of Chemistry, Washington University

Contact: 

Dr. Michael Harmata
Norman Rabjohn Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
University of Missouri-Columbia
Department of Chemistry
124 Chemistry Building
601 S. College Avenue
Columbia, Missouri 65211

phone: 573-882-1097
fax: 573-882-2754
email: harmatam@missouri.edu