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contact: Jeremy E. Wulff, Associate Professor

Department of Chemistry, University of Victoria

PO Box 3065, Victoria, BC, Canada, V8W-3V6

courier: 3800 Finnerty Road

phone: 250.721.7179  -  fax: 250.721.7147

office: Elliot 311  -  laboratory: SCI B214 / B214a / B210

wulff@uvic.ca

 

Group News:10/27/14:Natasha successfully defends her thesis – congratulations Dr. O'Rourke!

10/12/14:Dr. Wulff survives the 35th annual Victoria marathon.

09/01/14:A new collaboration with the Wang group at BC Cancer kicks off with a funded CCSRI Inovation grant.

08/26/14:Our collaboration with the McIndoe group on the mechanism of the phosphine-mediated conjugate addition of alcohols to alkynoates is publised in the New Journal of Chemistry.
07/01/14:Bobby joins the group. 
06/20/14:Our collaborative study of peramivir's conformational dynamics appears in MedChemComm.
06/01/14:The group heads off to the big CSC meeting in Vancouver. 
03/02/14:The group attends the Volcano meeting, where Natasha gives a great talk on our early PD1 data. 
02/15/14:Jeremy is selected as a Top 20 Under 40 award winner for Vancouver Island. 

12/18/13:Natasha's second giant mechanistic study is accepted to Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry. Congratulations -- now how about some smaller papers, eh? 
09/01/13:Jeremy is named a Thieme Chemistry Journal Awardee for 2014.

09/01/13: Jun and Ronan join the group. Welcome to you both!
06/09/13: Steven is the first undergrad in the group to get a first-author paper. Congratulations Steven!
05/30/13: Jeremy, Natasha, Jason and Mike all present at the CSC in Quebec City. Good times.  
01/02/12: The group receives a Canadian Cancer Society Innovation Grant.
11/08/12: Mike's neuraminidase inhibitor paper is accepted to Organic Letters. Congratulations Mike on an awesome piece of work, with much more to come soon! 
11/08/12: Caleb successfully defends his thesis. Congratulations Dr. Bromba!
09/05/12: The vinyl ether mechanism story is accepted as a full paper in JOC. Congratulations Natasha and Katie!
08/17/12: The group receives funding from the Cancer Research Society.
07/23/12: Natasha and Katie's epic vinyl ether paper is submitted. It's long, but it's great! 
06/18/12: The xanthates paper is accepted to JOC. Hooray xanthates!
06/11/12: Jeremy and Katherine attend Katherine's graduation.
05/09/12: The xanthates paper is (finally!) submitted. Nice work Jeremy M. & Jason.
04/30/12: Mark, Ameena, Ryan, Steven and Leena all start and the lab is officially full.
04/03/12: Katherine successfully defends her thesis. Congratulations Dr. Davies!
03/13/12: Jeremy is named the Tier II Canada Research Chair in Bioactive Small Molecule Synthesis
03/13/12: Jason's paper is accepted to an upcoming Synthesis Special Issue on Tandem Reactions
12/01/11: The CIC's annual crystal growing contest nets some beautiful entries from Vancouver Island.
11/13/11: Jason wins an award for his talk at BSOC. Congratulations, Jason!
10/31/11: Katherine give her final PhD seminar to the department - and the first ever from our group.
09/19/11:

Caleb's paper is accepted to Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters.

09/09/11: Katherine's iterative synthesis paper is accepted to OrgLett
08/09/11: Jeremy Mason wins a prize for best presentation at the PNWURSOC.
07/28/11: The group heads out on our first annual kayaking trip
06/28/11: Jeremy receives a Michael Smith Career Scholar Award.
03/05/11: The triclosan paper is accepted to Environmental Science and Technology.
02/05/11: Nikki joins the group to study the mechanism of phosphine-mediated additions.
25/01/11: Katherine's juvenile hormone paper is accepted to TetLett.
14/12/10: The triclosan paper is submitted.
03/12/10: Jason and Jeremy visit Boehringer Ingelheim.
01/11/10: The juvenile hormone paper is submitted.
08/26/10: Mike and Caleb's paper is accepted to JOC.
07/20/10: Mike lands a fellowship from CIHR - the first ever for the chemistry department.
06/30/10: We receive funding from CIHR - from the virology panel, no less!
06/17/10: Jason is awarded a fellowship from Boehringer Ingelheim - the only one in Canada.
02/15/09: Our group's first patent is filed.
05/15/09: Dr. Hanem Hassan joins the group as our resident protein-expression expert. 
05/01/09: Nadine and Alicia sign on for summer terms.
04/15/09: Natasha lands a prestigious NSERC CGS award.
04/01/09:

We receive funding from the Canadian Cancer Society .

04/01/09: Mike signs on as a graduate student.
04/01/09: Kevin, Nick, and Mike successfully defend their undergraduate theses.
03/27/09: Our first paper is accepted to JOC .
03/01/09:

The group attends the volcano conference in Washington State.

09/01/08:

Natasha and Jason join the group, just in time to fill the new fumehoods.

09/01/08: Nick and Kevin join up for fall and spring research terms.
09/01/08: The group moves into brand new space in the new Science Building.
04/29/08:

Ryan and Mike join for summer terms, and the group doubles in size again!

04/01/08:

Funding also comes through for a fancy new HPLC/FPLC.

04/01/08:

We are now officially NSERC -funded. 

01/01/08: The group receives a generous - and unexpected - funding boost from Merck Frosst .
11/11/07:

Katherine and Caleb attend BSOC, where they learn many amusing stories about Dr. Wulff's graduate student days - and hopefully also pick up some new chemistry.

7/31/07: Caleb joins, and the group doubles in size!         
7/11/07: 1st reaction run. Already looking forward to the Nature paper.