Current Members

Nicholas Phillips

Research Assoicate: ERC Project

Tom Hooper

Research Assoicate: ERC Project

Feriel Rekhroukh

Marie Curie Fellow

Martí Garçon

3rd Year PhD Student: ERC Project

Greg Coates

3rd Year PhD Student: DTP Scholar

Greg Baker

2nd Year PhD Student: EPSRC Industry

Ryan Brown

2nd Year PhD Student: ERC Project

Richard Kong

2nd Year PhD Student: President's Scholar

Daniel Mulryan

1st Year PhD Student: ERC Project

Nicolette Wee Mun

UROP Student

Shitong Huang

UROP Student

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Former Members

Research Associates

  • Clare Bakewell (2018) - Ramsay Fellow (UCL)
  • Bryan Ward (2018) - Consultant, Brookes Bell
  • Andreas Phanopoulos (2016) - JSPS Scholarship University of Tokyo (Nozaki Group); Research Associate (Williams Group)
  • David Palomas (2015) - Teaching, Queen Mary University
  • Olga Ekkert (2016)
  • Shuhui Yow (2013) - Royal Dutch Shell
PhD Students

  • Wenyi Chen (2018) - Research Associate (Miller Group)
  • Samantha Lau (2018) - Research Associate (Chaplin Group)
  • Alexandra Hicken (2018) - Grants Adviser, Barts Charity
  • Michael Butler (2017) - Academic in Residence, London Academy of Excellence
  • Adi E. Nako (2014) - EPSRC Prize Fellowship; JSPS Scholarship Riken (Hou group); Research Associate (Liddle Group)

Dr. Mark R. Crimmin

Mark R. Crimmin graduated from Imperial College London in 2004 and completed a MSc by research in organic synthesis at Bristol University under the supervision of Prof. Aggarwal. He received his PhD. in main group chemistry and catalysis from Imperial College London in 2008 supervised by Prof. Mike Hill (now at Bath) and Prof. Tony Barrett. In the same year, he was awarded a Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 research fellowship which he took to UC Berkeley to study with Prof. Bob Bergman and Prof. Dean Toste. In 2011, he returned to London as a Royal Society University Research Fellow, initially at UCL and now back at Imperial. In the same year he was appointed as a lecturer and promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2016. Download Mark's CV