Associate Professor DAVID A. NICEWICZ
Lecture Topic: NEW AVENUES IN SYNTHESIS VIA ORGANIC PHOTOREDOX CATALYSIS




Professional Experience
2015-present Associate Professor; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2009-2015 Assistant Professor; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2007-2009 Postdoctoral Research; Princeton University Advisor: Professor David W. C. MacMillan
2001-2006 Graduate Research; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Advisor: Professor Jeffrey S. Johnson
2000-2001 Graduate Research; University of North Carolina at Charlotte Advisor: Professor Craig A. Ogle
1999-2000 Undergraduate Research; University of North Carolina at Charlotte Advisor: Professor Craig A. Ogle
1999 Undergraduate Research; University of North Carolina at Charlotte Advisor: Professor Jordan C. Poler

Education

2006 Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2002 M.S. in Organic Chemistry; University of North Carolina at Charlotte
2000 B.S. Cum Laude in Chemistry; University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Honors, Awards and Memberships
2015 Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award
2015 Ruth Hettleman Prize for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement – University of North Carolina
2015 Eli Lilly Grantee Award
2014-2019 NSF CAREER Award
2014 Amgen Young Investigator Award
2013 Boehringer Ingelheim New Investigator Award in Organic Chemistry
2013 Junior Faculty Development Award – University of North Carolina
2012 Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering
2012 Thieme Chemistry Journal Award
2011 James Moeser Award for Distinguished Research
2009 Eli Lilly New Faculty Award
2007-2009 National Institutes of Health Ruth L. Kirschstein Postdoctoral Fellow
2004-2005 ACS Division of Organic Chemistry Graduate Fellowship: Norvartis Pharmaceuticals
2004 Eli Lilly Graduate Fellowship: University of North Carolina
2003-2004 Ralph Walton Bost Graduate Fellowship: University of North Carolina
2001-2002 Francis P. Venable Graduate Fellowship: University of North Carolina
2001-Present American Chemical Society Member
1999-2000 Sigma Xi
1999 Carolina Chemistry Scholar

Curriculum vitae