PROF. VINCENT LINDSAY
Vincent was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He received his Bachelor's degree (B.Sc.) at Université de Montréal in 2007 where he worked as an undergraduate student on the enantioselective Cu-catalyzed addition of diorganozinc reagents to nitroalkenes. With a newly found appetite for asymmetric catalysis, he decided to pursue his doctoral studies with Prof. André B. Charette (Université de Montréal) and received his Ph.D. in 2012, working on Rh-catalyzed asymmetric cyclopropanation reactions. In January 2013, he moved to Berkeley, California to work as a Postdoc with Prof. Richmond Sarpong (UC Berkeley) on modern synthetic strategies to synthesize alkaloids and other N-heterocycles. He began his independent career in July 2016 at NCSU, working on the development of novel catalytic methodologies.
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Yujin was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She received her B.S. in Chemistry in 2010 and M.S. in Chemistry in 2012 from Kwangwoon University (South Korea), where she worked with Prof. Heung-bae Jeon, developing new synthetic methodologies for the synthesis of 1,2,3-triazoles and bistriazoles, and for the deoxygenation of sulfoxides. From August 2014 until May 2016, she was a visiting scholar at University of Kentucky, working with Prof. Kyung-Bo Kim on the development of a novel proteasome inhibitor with anti-cancer properties, and synthesized small molecules used as chemical tools to evaluate the subunit composition and activity of proteasomes in cancer cells. She joined NC State University in August 2016, where she is working on the development of new synthetic organic methodologies.
Myunggi was born and raised in Deagu, South Korea. He received his B.S. in Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2012 from Yeungnam University (South Korea), and his M.S. in Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 2014 from Seoul National University (South Korea), where he worked with Prof. Hyeung-geun Park on the total synthesis of natural products and bioactive derivatives. From 2014 to 2018, he worked in drug discovery at Daewoong pharmaceutical company in South Korea. He joined NC State University in August 2018, where he is working in the Lindsay lab on the development of new synthetic organic methodologies. Outside the lab, Myunggi enjoys music and likes to go concerts.
Roger was born in Caguas and raised in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico. He received his B.S. in Chemistry in 2017 from University of Puerto Rico (UPR) at Cayey. As an undergraduate student, he worked with Dr. Claudia Ospina on isolating cytotoxic secondary metabolites from Simarouba tulae, and with Prof. Steven Diver on the development of synthetic methods. He joined North Carolina State University (NCSU) in August 2017, where he is working on the development of new synthetic approaches by umpolung ketones. Outside the lab, Roger enjoys playing tennis and cycling.
Kyle was born and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina. He received his B.S. in Chemistry in 2018 from NC State University, where he worked in the Lindsay lab since February 2017 on the development on novel synthetic methods toward the efficient elaboration of bidentate ligands. During the summers, he worked at Alcami corporation in Wilmington, NC. He joined the Lindsay lab as a graduate student in October 2018, working on the development of selective halogenation methodologies.
Chris was born and raised in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina. He received his B.S. in Chemistry in 2014 and M.S. in Chemistry in 2016 from University of North Carolina, Wilmington (NC), where he worked with Prof. Thomas Coombs on the development of novel synthetic strategies for the construction of strained polycyclic silanes via Diels-Alder cycloaddition of siloles. He joined NC State University in August 2016, where he is working on the development of new synthetic approaches for the construction of compound libraries to accelerate structure-activity relationship studies in drug development. Outside the lab, Chris enjoys playing tennis, golf and watching sports with friends.
Garim was born and raised in Busan, South Korea. He received his B.S. in Chemistry (2013) and M.S. in Chemistry (2015) from Seoul National University Science and Technology (South Korea), where he worked with Prof. Cheal Kim. He studied the development of new chemosensors for detection of various metals and anions as well as the synthesis, characterization, and catalytic activity of nickel(II) monoamido-tetradentate complexes for olefin epoxidation and alcohol oxidation. From July 2015 to July 2016, he worked as a visiting scholar with Prof. Jonathan Sessler at The University of Texas at Austin, developing fullerene-C60 receptor based on tetrathiafulvalene (TTF), and metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) based on a calixpyrrole ligand. He joined NC State University in August 2018, where he is working in the Lindsay lab on the development of the novel catalytic methods.
Luke was born and raised in Hudson, North Carolina. He is currently a sophomore at North Carolina State University and is aspiring to obtain his B.S. in Chemistry. As an undergraduate in the Lindsay Lab, he is working on the development of new synthetic methods. Outside the lab, he enjoys fishing and hiking.
Casey was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. He is currently a Junior at North Carolina State University and is aspiring to obtain his B.S. in Chemistry, after which he plans on going to graduate school. As an undergraduate in the Lindsay Lab he is working on the development of new selective halogenation methods. In his free time Casey enjoys hiking and being with friends.
-Mirna Dave (Spring 2017, NCSU Undergraduate, double major in Biological Sciences/International studies)
-Héctor A. Muñoz Miró (Summer 2017, UPR-RP Undergraduate, NSF REU Program)
-Evan J. Anders (Oct 2016 - Jun 2018, MS in Chemistry)
-Gabriel I. Figueroa-Martínez (Summer 2018, UPR-RP Undergraduate, NSF REU Program)
-Kyle R. Penn (Jan 2017 - Aug 2018, NCSU Undergraduate, major in Chemistry)
-Manish K. Singh (Jul 2017 - Aug 2018, Postdoc)
-Rachel Williams (Aug 2017 - Aug 2018, NCSU Undergraduate, double major in Biochemistry/Chemical Eng.)
-Marshall A. Tomat (Oct 2016 - Dec 2018, MS in Chemistry)
-J. Drake Johnson (Aug 2017 - May 2019, NCSU Undergraduate, major in Chemistry)
-Nikolas R. Burton (Aug 2017 - May 2019, NCSU Undergraduate, major in Chemistry)
-Kaitlyn Flynn (Summer 2019, Miami University (Ohio), NSF REU Program)
-Jamin Flores (Summer 2019, ACS SEED Student, Wake STEM Early College High School)
-Jiancheng Zhu (Oct 2017 - Dec 2019, PhD in Chemistry)
-Weixia Deng (Oct 2017 - May 2020, MS in Chemistry)