Welcome to the Stephenson Group at the University of Michigan.

Our group is interested in developing methodologies that harness the power of visible light to mediate reactions that are useful for the synthesis of biologically active molecules. We conduct photo- and electrochemical reactions in both batch and continuous flow manifolds with the goal of developing methods to access unique chemical space.

The Stephenson lab is dedicated to maintaining a climate of inclusivity, mutual respect, and understanding. We believe that diversity is the cornerstone of innovation as it allows people from distinct backgrounds to contribute their experiences to the chemical problem-solving process, whether it be an idea for a useful synthetic method or a novel way of disconnecting a natural product.

 

GROUP NEWS

James receives prestigious fellowship and industry internship!

Congrats to James for receiving the prestigious NIH F31 fellowship and for landing an internship at Merck this summer in Rahway, NJ! We are so proud of you!

High-throughput photochemical analysis on picomole scale

Congrats to alumna Dr. Alex Sun, Anthony, and to our collaborators in the Kennedy Lab here at Michigan chemistry on this exciting interdisciplinary work! Read more about their work using a
droplet microfluidics reactor for screening photochemistry reactions on picomole scale using ESI-MS, out now in Nature Communications.

Welcome Winter Rotators!

We want to welcome two first year rotators in our lab for the winter semester: Mami Horikawa and Annika Tharp! We’re so excited to have you as a part of our team!

Bec publishes coming out story in Science’s Working Life

Congrats to Bec for publishing their inspiring and impactful story of coming out as non-binary to our lab! We are so proud of you!

Who needs metals? Our EDA team led by Ted reports a Minisci-like (fluoro)alkylation of arenes using a catalytic pairing of an acylated pyridine N-oxide acceptor and a naphthalene donor. Check it out now in ACS Catalysis!

Congratulations to Cheng and former group members Gabe, Markus, and Kim on their work describing reductive cleavage of lignin using N-phenyl phenothiazine. Read about it in Org. Lett!

 

Professor Corey Stephenson
Willard Henry Dow Laboratory
University of Michigan
930 N University Ave
Ann Arbor, 48109

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