Previous Lab Members

Graduate Students

  1. Chintan Sumaria, Ph.D. (University of Chicago); B.Sc. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India
  2. Julius Reyes, Ph.D. (University of Chicago); Dissertation: “Total Synthesis and Methods Inspired by (-)-N-Methylwelwitindolinone B Isothiocyanate.” B.S. 2010, University of California, Berkeley (Sarpong and Streitwieser), Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Munich with Dirk Trauner.
  3. Yunus Turkmen, Ph.D. (University of Chicago); Dissertation: “Cycloaddition Reactions of 1,2-Diazines with Siloxy Alkynes and Exploration of New Hydrogen Bonding Catalyst Scaffolds.” B.S./M.S. Middle East Technical University, Turkey. Postdoctoral Fellow with Varinder Aggarwal, Bristol University. Present position: Assistant Professor, Bilkent University.
  4. Ye Zhu, Ph.D. (University of Chicago); Dissertation: “Studies on Squaramide-Catalyzed Phospha-Michael Addition and Palladium-Catalyzed Indole Functionalization Reactions.” B.S. Peking University Ph.D.; Postdoctoral Fellow with Stephen Buchwald,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Present position: Senior research chemist, Bristol Myers Squibb.
  5. Vikram Bhat, Ph.D. (University of Chicago); Dissertation: “General Strategy Toward the Total Synthesis of Welwitindolinone Alkaloids.” B.S./M.S. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Postdoctoral Fellow with Robert Grubbs and Brian Stoltz, CalTech. Present position, Senior research chemist, AbbVie, Medicinal Chemistry.
  6. Gerri Hutson, 2005-2010 Ph.D. 03/10 (University of Chicago) B.S. Northern Illinois University; M.S. 2005, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Modified Salen Catalysts in Atom-Economic Reactions: Enantioselective Carbonyl-Ene and Nazarov Cyclization Reactions” Present Position: Postdoctoral Fellow with Karl Scheidt, Northwestern University
  7. Joji Hayashida, 2005-2009, Ph.D. 05/09 (University of Chicago) B.S. 2004, University of Tsukuba, Japan; M.S. 2005, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthetic Studies on Bioactive Natural Products” Postdoctoral Fellow with Samuel Danishefsky, Memorial Sloan-Kettering, 2009-2011 Present position: Process Chemist, Astellas Pharma (2011-)
  8. Apurva H. Dave, 2004-2008, Ph.D. 05/08 (University of Chicago) B.S. 2000, University of California, Berkeley; M.S. 2004, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthetic Studies Towards Hapalindoles” Present Position: Scientific Writer and Account Executive, Prescott Medical Communications Group
  9. John Jewett, 2004-2008, Ph.D. 05/08 (University of Chicago) B.S. 2003, Dartmouth College; M. S. 2004, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Total Synthesis in the Pederin Family of Natural Products” Present Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Arizona
  10. Vijaya Bhasker Gondi, 2003-2008, Ph.D. 04/08 (University of Chicago) B.S./M.S. 2002, Indian Institute of Technology; M. S. 2003, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Asymmetric Catalysis of Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions Using Hydrogen Bonding” Postdoctoral Fellow with K.C. Nicolaou, Scripps Research Institute Present Position: Senior Research Scientist at PCI Synthesis
  11. Jeff McGilvra, 2001-2007, Ph.D. 04/07, University of Chicago B.S. 2001, University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point; M.S. 2002, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Total Synthesis of Phomactin C, Evaluation of Phomactin Related Compounds for PAF Antagonism; Catalytic Enantioselective Diels-Alder Reactions of 2- and 3-Stannyl-1-aminobutadienes” Present Position: Senior Scientist, Cedarburg Hauser Pharmaceuticals
  12. Ana R. Stankovic, 2000-2006, Ph.D. 02/06 (University of Chicago) B.A. 2000, Smith College; M.S. 2001, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthetic Studies Towards Elisabethanes: Asymmetric Synthesis of (-)-Elisapterosin B, (-)- Elisapterosin C, and (+)-Elisabethin A” Present Position: Heavy Fuel Oil Technologist, Shell Global Solutions
  13. Aditya Unni, 1998-2004, Ph.D. 07/04 (University of Chicago) B.A. 1994, St. Olaf College; M.S. 1999, University of Chicago Ph.D. Thesis: “Total Synthesis of Dolastane Diterpene; Highly Enantioselective Diels-Alder Reactions Catalyzed by Hydrogen Bonding” Postdoctoral Fellow with Tohru Fukayama, Tohoku University Present Position: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Illinois Institute of Technology
  14. Norito Takenaka, 1997-2002, Ph.D. 10/02 (University of Chicago) B.A. M.A. 1996, Boston University with Jim Panek Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthetic Studies Directed Towards the Total Synthesis of Marine-Derived Natural Product Eleutherobin; Synthetic Studies of Indole Alkaloids” Postdoctoral Fellow with Hisashi Yamamoto, University of Chicago Present Position: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Miami
  15. Yong Huang, 1997-2002, Ph.D. 07/02 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1997, Peking University Ph.D. Thesis: “Exploration of the New Horizons of Diels-Alder Reactions” Postdoctoral Fellow with David MacMillan, Caltech Present Position: Professor of Chemistry, Shenzhen Graduate School, Peking University
  16. Hilary Dorr Lang, 1996-2001, Ph.D. 05/01 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1994, University of California-Santa Cruz; 1994-1996: Chiron Corp. Ph.D. Thesis: “The Intramoleculer Diels-Alder Reaction of Photochemically Generated Trans-Cycloalkenones” Present Position: Associate, Waddey & Patterson, P.C.
  17. Shuwen He, 1996-2001, Ph.D. 05/01 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1994, Beijing University; 1996, University of Syracuse Ph.D. Thesis: “1. Highly Diastereoselelctive Asymmetric Thio-Claisen Rearrangement 2.Total Synthesis of Strychnos Alkaloids” Present Position: Senior Research Chemist, Medicinal Chemistry Department, Merck Research Laboratories
  18. Vladimir B. Birman, 1996-2000, Ph.D. 08/00 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1995, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Postdoctoral Fellow with Samuel Danishefsky, Columbia University Present Position: Associate Professor, Washington University in St. Louis
  19. Gilles Chambournier, 1993-1995, Ph.D. 07/98, completed under Professor David J. Hart (Ohio State University) B.S. 1993, Ecole Superior de Chimie Industrielle de Lyon Ph.D. Thesis: “I. Free Radical Cyclizations for Carbocycle Synthesis. II. Diastereoselective Synthesis of an Enantiopure Perhydroindole” Postdoctoral Fellow with Robert E. Gawley, University of Miami Present Position: Director, Process Chemistry and GMP Chemistry, Cayman Chemical
  20. Sergey A. Kozmin, 1994-1998, Ph.D. 06/98 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1993, Moscow State University Ph.D. Thesis: “[4+2] Cycloadditions of Amino Siloxy Dienes: Applications to the total sytheses of (-)-alpha-Elemene and (±)-Tabersonine” Postdoctoral Fellow with A. B. Smith, University of Pennsylvania Present Position: Professor of Chemistry, University of Chicago
  21. Curt Dvorak, 1993-1997, Ph.D. 12/17/97 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1992, Illinois State University Ph.D. Thesis: “A. Asymmetric Benzoin Catalysis by Chiral Thiazolium Salts. B. Stereoselective Synthesis of (±)-Modhephene” Postdoctoral Fellow with A. I. Meyers, Colorado State University Present Position: Senior Research Chemist, Johnson & Johnson
  22. D. David Hennings, 1993-1997, Ph.D. 11/19/97 (University of Chicago) B.S. 1992, Northeast Missouri State University Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthesis of Heterocycles and Biaryls via Anion-Accelerated Palladium-Mediated Coupling Reactions” Postdoctoral Fellow with Robert M. Williams, Colorado State University Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Array BioPharma
  23. Christine Marie Koebel Rademacher, 1992-1997, Ph.D. 08/97 (Ohio State University) B.S. 1991, Miami University of Ohio Ph.D. Thesis: “Synthetic Studies Toward Pederic Acid and Photochromic Crown Ethers” Postdoctoral Fellow with William J. Brittain, University of Akron Present Position: Section Manager, Bridgestone Americas
  24. Hua Marlon Zhong, 1991-1995, Ph.D. 07/95 (Ohio State University) B.S. 1984, M.S. 1987, Zhejiang University, P.R. China Ph.D. Thesis: “I. Formation of Medium Sized Rings via Beta-Scission of Alkoxy Radicals. II. One-Step Conversion of Esters to Acyl Azides Using Et2AlN3. III. Studies of the Asymmetric Synthesis of the Right Part of Mycalamides and Related Compounds” Postdoctoral Fellow with Dr. Bruce Maryanoff, R. W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Institute Present Position: President, PharmaAdvance, Inc.
  25. Venkat Krishnamurthy, 1989-1995, Ph.D. 05/95, Ohio State University B.S. 1988, University of Madras, Madras, India Ph.D. Thesis: “The Oxiranyl Carbinyl Radical Rearrangement: Synthetic Applications and Kinetic Studies” Postdoctoral Fellow with Vittorio Farina, Boehringer Ingleheim Pharmaceuticals Present Position: Research Chemist, Occidental Chemical Corporation
  26. Claire Dufour, 1989-1993, Ph.D. 09/93, (Ohio State University) B.S. 1988, École supérieure de Chimie Industrielle de Lyon, Lyon, France Ph.D. Thesis: “A. Novel Route to Di- and Triquinanes by Photocyclization-Fragmentation of Norbornanes. B. Stereoselective Synthesis of Isocomene” Postdoctoral Fellow with Roussel Ulcal Pharmaceuticals, Paris, France Present Position: Researcher, Safety and Quality of Plant Products, University of Avignon
  27. Christophe Michoud, 1989-1993, Ph.D. 05/93 (Ohio State University) B.S. 1988, École supérieure de Chimie Industrielle de Lyon, Lyon, France Ph.D. Thesis: “Studies Directed Toward the Synthesis of Strychnos Alkaloids: Stereoselective Synthesis of Dehydrotubifoline” Postdoctoral Fellow with Michael Visnick, Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. Present Position: Research Leader, Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.

Post Docs

  1. Kenichi Kobayashi, Postdoctoral Fellow: 2011-2012 Ph.D. 2011, University of Tsukuba, Japan (Hideo Kigoshi). Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Japan.
  2. Saikat Sen, Postdoctoral Fellow: 2011-2012 M.S. 2003, Ph.D. 2011, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India (Goverdhan Mehta).
  3. Kevin Allan, Postdoctoral Fellow: 2010-2012 B.S. 2004, University of California-Berkeley, Ph.D. 2010, Caltech (Brian Stoltz) Present Position: Research Scientist, Gilead Sciences (2012-).
  4. Tin Yiu (Tammy) Lam, Postdoctoral (Croucher Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship): 2008-2010 Project: “Synthetic Studies Toward Catharanthine”; “Enantioselective Amination Reactions” B.S. 2003, Caltech; Ph.D. 2008, MIT (Danheiser) Present Position: Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  5. Hideyuki Konishi, Postdoctoral Fellow: 2008-2009 Project: “Amination of Dicarbonyl Compounds Using of Squaramides Based Hydrogen Bond Donor Catalysts” B.S. 2003, M.S., 2005, Ph.D. 2008, all The University of Tokyo, Japan (Shu Kobayashi) Present Position: Research Assistant Professor, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Shizuoka, Japan.
  6. Jeremiah Malerich, Postdoctoral: 2007-2008 Project: “Development of Squaramides as Hydrogen Bond Donor Catalysts; Palladium Catalyzed 3-Allylation of Indoles” B.S. 2001, University of Notre Dame; Ph.D. 2006, University of California-Berkeley (Dirk Trauner) Present Position: Research Scientist at SRI International, Palo Alto, CA.
  7. Jaime Mueller, Postdoctoral (NIH Fellow): 2005-2008 Project: “Synthetic Studies Toward Psymberin” Ph.D. 2005, University of Utah (Matthew S. Sigman) Present Position: Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona, MN.
  8. Chae Jo Lim, Postdoctoral: 2006-2007 Project: “Enantioselective Mukaiyama Aldol Reactions of Simple Ketene Acetals Promoted by Hydrogen Bonding Catalysts” Ph.D. 2005, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Sunggak Kim) Present Position: Chemist, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Bio-Organic Science Division.
  9. Natsuko Kagawa, Postdoctoral (Merck-Japan Fellow): 2006-2007 Project: “Palladium Catalyzed Indole Allylation; Synthetic Studies Toward Strictamine” Ph.D. 2005, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan (Masahiro Toyoto) Present Position: Assistant Professor, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, (2009-).
  10. James A. MacKay, Postdoctoral (American Cancer Society Fellow): 2004-2007 B.S. 1999, Miami University of Ohio; Ph.D. 2004, University of Michigan (Edwin Vedejs) Present Position: Associate Professor of Chemistry, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA (2007-).
  11. Olivier Vallat, Postdoctoral (Swiss National Science Foundation Fellowship): 2005-2007 Project: “Asymmetric total synthesis of (+)-Hippeastrine (Lycorine family)” Ph.D. 2005, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland (Reinhard Neier) Present Position: Head of R&D and Technical Support Manager, FEBEX SA, Phosphorus Specialties, Bex, Switzerland.
  12. Michel Gravel, Postdoctoral (NSERC Fellowship): 2004-2006 Ph.D. 2004, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Dennis Hall); Associate Professor, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (2006-).
  13. Qinhua Huang, Postdoctoral: 2004-2006 Ph.D. 2004, Iowa State University (Richard Larock). Research Chemist at Pfizer, San Diego, CA (2006-).
  14. Nicole Smith, Postdoctoral (American Cancer Society Fellow): 2004-2005 Ph.D. 2004, University of California, San Diego (Murray Goodman) Present Position: Senior Scientist, Neurocrine Biosciences, San Diego, CA (2006-).
  15. Raynauld Bishop, Postdoctoral: 2004-2005 B.S. University of Illinois at Chicago; Ph.D. 2000, Notre Dame University (Marvin Miller); Postdoc Ohio State University (Leo Paquette).
  16. Jeong-Hun Sohn, Postdoctoral Fellow: 2002-2005 Project: Synthesis and Characterization of Stable, Single ESR Band Trityl Radical Probes; Total Synthesis of Methyl Pederate and Mycalamide A” B.S. 1994; M.S. 1996; Ph.D. 2001, in Chemistry from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Hee-Yoon Lee) Present Position: Senior Scientist, Institut Pasteur Korea.
  17. Peter Johnson, Postdoctoral: 2004-2005 B.S. Cambridge University, UK, 1999; Ph.D. 2003, Oxford University, UK (Tim Donohoe). Medicinal Organic Chemist, VastOx, Oxford, UK.
  18. Avinash N. Thadani, Postdoctoral Fellow (NSERC Fellow): 2001-2004 B.S. 1996; M.S., 1998; Ph.D. 2001, University of Toronto (Robert A. Batey); Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
  19. Tom Houghton, Postdoctoral: 2000-2002 B.S. 1988, Oxford University, UK (S.G. Davies); Ph.D. 2000, Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada (Graham Bodwell) Present Position: Senior Scientist, Targanta Pharmaceuticals, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2009).
  20. Nobuaki Waizumi, Postdoctoral (Pfizer Fellowship): 2000-2002 Project: Asymmetric Synthesis of Methyl Pederate; Asymmetric Total Synthesis of Elisapterosin B via Oxidative Cyclization of Elisabethin A” B.S. 1994; M.S., 1996 (Kuwajima), Tokyo Institute of Technology; Ph.D. 2000, University of Tokyo (Fukuyama). Research Scientist, Pfizer Inc. Nagoya Laboratories, Nagoya, Japan.
  21. Tetsuo Iwama, Postdoctoral Fellow: 1999-2001 Project: “Asymmetric Catalysis and Total Synthesis” B.S. 1989; M.S., 1991; Ph.D. 1999, Gifu Pharmaceutical University, Japan. Research Scientist, Schering-Plough Research Institute; Research Scientist Merck Inc.
  22. T. J. Reddy, Postdoctoral Fellow 1998-2000 Project: “Enantioselective Synthesis of Geissoschizine; Dipolar Cycloadditions of trans-Enones; Synthesis of Trityl Radical Probes” Ph.D. 1998, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India (Srikrishna). Senior Research Chemist, Merck-Frosst Center for Thereapeutic Research, Kirkland, Quebec, Canada.
  23. Richard Grainger, Postdoctoral Fellow 1996-1998 Ph.D. 1996, University of Sheffield, UK (V. K. Aggarwal) Present Position: Senior Lecturer in Organic Chemistry, University of Birmingham, UK.
  24. Soongyu Choi, Postdoctoral Fellow 1996-1997 Project: “Total Synthesis of Phomactins” Ph.D. 1995, Harvard University (E. J. Corey) Present Position: Group Leader, PTC Therapeutics.
  25. Seiji Iwasa, Postdoctoral Fellow 1991-1995 Project: “Total Synthesis of Cardiac Steroids and Other Bioactive Natural Products, Synthesis of Strychnine” Ph.D. 1991, Chiba University, Japan; Postdoctoral Fellow with Rioji Noyori, ERATO Project, Research Development Corporation of Japan 1996-1997 Present Position: Associate Professor of Chemistry, Department of Materials Science, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan.
  26. Surendra P. Singh, Postdoctoral Fellow, 1991-1994 Project: “Radical Cyclization Chemistry, Binaphthyl Derived Catalysts for Enantioselective Synthesis” Ph.D. 1988, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India (Vankar) Present Position: Director, Chemical Process R&D, Sepracor Inc.
  27. Guo-Ping Wei, Postdoctoral Fellow 1991-1992 Project: “New Approaches to Indole Alkaloids” Ph.D. 1988, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry Research Associate, 1988-1991, China Present Position: Research Chemist, Gilead Pharmaceuticals.

Masters of Science Students

  1. Corey Kilbane, 2004-2008 (University of Chicago) B.A. 2003, Washington University in St. Louis Present Position: Chemistry Teacher at William Penn Charter School; Educational Media Developer, The Central Science, Philadelphia, PA.
  2. Kriti Modi, 2002-2006 (University of Chicago) Project: “Asymmetric Synthesis of Ibogamine—en route to Vinblastine” B.A. 2002, Cambridge University. Sr. Research Associate, Amgen; Present Position: Vice President at Santander Bank.
  3. Paolina Kupresanin, 2000-2001 (University of Chicago) Project: “Olefin Metathesis Based Approach to Pleocarpamine” B.S. University of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia.
  4. Molly McCarty, 1996-1997 (Ohio State University) Project: “Paterno-Büchi Route to Angular Triquinane Natural Products” B.S. 1994, Illinois Institute of Technology. Present Position: Manager, Oxford Immunotech.
  5. Brian Bliss, 10/26/95 (Ohio State University) Project: “Investigation of Cinchona Alkaloids as Catalysts in the Baylis-Hillman Reaction” B.S. University of Vermont, VT. Present Position: General Manager, AIST.
  6. Andrew Eschbach, 1993-1995 (Ohio State University) Project: “Asymmetric Synthesis of (–)-Isocomene” B.S. 1992, Hofstra University, NY. Present Position: Teacher at South-Western City Schools, OH.
  7. Alan Florjancic, 1992-1994 (Ohio State University) Project: “The Synthesis of Axially Chiral Biaryl Compounds” B.S. 1991, Hiram College, OH. Present position: Senior Scientist, Abbott, then AbbVie (2000-).
  8. Robert Monestel, 1991-1993 (Ohio State University) Project: “Synthesis of b-Substituted Pyrrolines and Pyrroles via the TMSI-Catalyzed Cyclopropyl-Iminium Ion Rearrangement” B.S. 1991, Cumberland College, KY; M.D. 1999, Indiana University, IN. Present Position: Family medicine.
  9. Agnes Fabré, 1991-1993 (Ohio State University) Project: “Two Applications of a Novel Sequence: Reductive Fragmentation of Twisted Polycyclic Ketoalkanes to Cis-Hydrindanes and Linear Triquinanes” B.S. 1990, University of Orléans, Institute of Technology, France.
  10. Randall C. Newton, 8/9/91 (Ohio State University) Project: “Chemistry of Radical Induced Epoxide Fragmentation” B.S. 1988, Slippery Rock University, PA. Present Position: Research Chemist at Merck Research Laboratories, Spring House, PA.

Undergraduate Students

1.    Joe Bailey, 2009 B.S. University of Chicago, 2011
2.    Mohammad Haidar, 2008-2009 B.S. University of Chicago, 2010 Present Position: Analytic Chemist at Monosol Rx, LLC
3.    Hongseok Yun, Summer 2008 B.S. University of Chicago, 2010 Present Position: Graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania
4.    Jason Koval, January 2007 B.S. Illinois Wesleyan, 2009 Present Position: Graduate student in Environmental Chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
5.    Pete Mills, 2008 B.S. University of Chicago, 2008; M.PH. in Epidemiology, University of Oklahoma, 2010 Present Position: Student at Oklahoma University Medical School
6.    Danielle Sedbrook, 2006-2008 B.S. University of Chicago, 2008 (Honors Thesis); Pfizer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in 2007; PC Bio Fellowship Present Position: Graduate student in Chemistry at Columbia University (Colin Nuckolls)
7.    Su-Ann Nair, Summer 2005-2006 B.S. University of Chicago, 2006; M.S. University of Cambridge, UK, 2007
8.    Diana Strong, Summer 2003-2005 B.S. University of Chicago, 2005 (Honors Thesis); Masters in Public Health, Yale University, 2007
9.    John Anthony Parkhill, Summer 2003-2005 B.S. University of Chicago, 2005 (Honors Thesis), Pfizer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in 2004
10.    Satoko Hirai, Summer 2002 B.S. University of Chicago, 2003 (Honors Thesis) Present Position: Research Chemist at Amgen, Boston
11.    David M. Neils, Summer 2002 B.S. University of Chicago, 2003; Pfizer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in 2002; M.D. St. Louis University Present Position: Neurosurgery Resident, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria
12.    Philip W. Leonard, Summer 2000-Summer 2001 B.S. University of Chicago, 2001 (Honors Thesis); Pfizer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in 2000; Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley Present Position: Postdoctoral researcher, Los Alamos National Laboratory
13.    Elisabeth Casey, Summer 1999 B.S. University of Chicago, 2000 Present Position: In medical school at Rush Medical College
14.    Oliver C. Richards, Summer 1999 B.S. University of Chicago, 2000; Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009; MBA University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011 Present Position: Director at the Beacon Group (2011-)
15.    Vandana Grover, 1999 B.S. University of Chicago, 2000
16.    Martin J. Szafran, Summer, 1999 B.S. University of Chicago, 2001; M.D. University of Chicago, 2006 Present Position: Clinical Associate, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, University of Chicago
17.    Moushumi Beltangady, Summer 1998 B.S. University of Chicago, 2000; Masters of Social Work and Public Policy, University of Chicago, 2003 Present Position: Special Assistant to Deputy Assistant Secretary and Inter-Departmental Liaison for Early Childhood (2009-)
18.    Leslie Ann Cruz, Summer 1998 B.S. University of Chicago, 2000; Ph.D. University of California, San Francisco, 2010 Present Position: Postdoctoral scholar, Stanford University (2011-)
19.    Shoshana Gourdin, 1997 B.S. University of Chicago, 1999 (Honors Thesis) Present Position: Doctoral program in Chemical Engineering at MIT
20.    George Myo, 1997 B.S. University of Chicago, 1999 Present Position: Founding Doctor, Arizona Hand to Shoulder PLLC
21.    Sharad Goel, 1996-1997 B.S. University of Chicago, 1999; M.D. Northwestern University Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Yahoo!
22.    Jacob M. Janey, 1996-1998 B.S. University of Chicago, 1998; Awarded Pfizer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in 1997; Ph.D. in Chemistry at Harvard (David Evans) Present Position: Senior Research Chemist, Merck & Co.
23.    Josephine Young, 1996-1997 B.S. University of Chicago, 1997 Graduate Student, Emory University Present Position:
24.    Jenny Chen, 1994-1995 B.S. Ohio State University, 1995 Present Position: Proctor & Gamble Co.
25.    Terry Jordan, 1994-1995 B.S. Ohio State University, 1995
26.    Adam Sherwat, 1992 B.S. Ohio State University, 1992; M.D. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 1996 Present Position: Physician, Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine, Georgetown University Hospital
27.    Christopher Helal, 1989-1990 B.S. Ohio State University, 1991 Ph.D. 1996, Harvard University (E. J. Corey) Present Position: Associate Research Fellow, Pfizer Inc. (1997-)
28.    Andrew Tebben, 1989-1990 B.S. Ohio State University, 1991 Present Position: Principal Scientist and Computational Chemistry Group Leader, Bristol Myers Squibb (2003-)
29.    Matthew Braun, 1989-1990 B.S. Ohio State University, 1990 Ph.D. Wayne State University (C.R. Johnson) Present Position: Associate Director, Preclinical Operations, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (2011-)