Dobereiner Lab

Welcome to the Dobereiner Lab at Temple University.

We perform interdisciplinary research in organometallic, inorganic, polymer and materials chemistry.

Learn more about our research.

Meet the current group members.

Contact us if you are interested in joining our efforts!

 


Group News

23 Jan 2018: Our study of Mo-catalyzed Z-selective alkene isomerization [10.1021/acs.organomet.7b00914] is now an Organometallics ASAP. Congrats, Joe, Owen and Derek.

2 Dec 2017: The Dobereiner group welcomes first-year graduate student Sarah Jenny.

9 Nov 2017: Our investigation of Lewis Acid effects in Pd C-N bond formation [10.1021/acscatal.7b01317] is highlighted in Organic Process Research & Development.

12 Oct 2017: Congrats to Derek on being selected as a recipient of the Dept. of Chemistry's Guy Allen Award for Outstanding Teaching.

24 Aug 2017: Joe presents at the Fall 2017 ACS meeting in Washington DC.

21 Jul 2017: Our study of metal triflate acceleration of Pd-catalyzed N-arylation is accepted by ACS Catalysis. Nice work Joe.

30 Jun 2017: The group says goodbye to postdoctoral researcher Kushan Weerasiri. Thank you for all of your contributions, and all the best!

11 May 2017: Congratulations to Danmin, Andy, Jeremy, and Alexa on graduating. Best of luck!

01 Jan 2017: The Dobereiner group welcomes first-year graduate student William Sabbers.

04 Nov 2016: Our group's Au hydration paper is accepted for publication in Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis. Congrats Kushan, Danmin and Derek.

21 Aug 2016: Joe, Derek, Danmin, Kushan and Evan present posters at the Fall 2016 ACS meeting in Philadelphia. Evan's poster was selected for Sci-Mix.

03 Aug 2016: Dobereiner lab receives funding from the NSF Chemical Catalysis Program. Award Abstract

19 Apr 2016: Dobereiner lab receives one of three awards from the ACS Green Chemistry Institute Pharmaceutical Roundtable for performing tandem catalysis in continous flow reactors.

Dobereiner Lab, Temple University
Beury Hall, 1901 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, PA 19122