Garg Lab

Garg Research Group

The Next Generation of Scientists and Scholars

 
 
Collaboration with the Tang Lab published in JACS
Jul 16, 2019

Jason Chari’s collaboration with the Tang Lab has been published in JACS. Check out these efforts to uncover a new domain architecture among fungal PKSs!

Neil becomes Department Chair
Jul 16, 2019

Neil will now be serving as the Department Chair for the Chemistry and Biochemistry department.

Garg Lab launches QRChem.net!
Jul 16, 2019

QRChem.net allows researchers and educators to generate scannable QR codes that link to interactive 3D structures.

Congrats to Rachel, Francesca, and Jason!
Jul 16, 2019

Rachel Knapp, Francesca Ipolitti, and Jason Chari have passed their candidacy exams!

Newly Minted PhDs
Jul 16, 2019

Bryan Simmons, Joyann Barber, and Lucas Morrill are now Doctors! Congrats to the 23rd, 24th, and 25th PhDs from the Garg lab.

Cyclohexyne and 1,2-Cyclohexadiene Precursors
Jul 15, 2019

Our quick approach to synthesizing silyltriflate precursors to cyclohexyne and 1,2-cyclohexadiene has been published in JOC.

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Teaching

The Garg Laboratory explores new and innovative tools in chemical education, especially those that involve the use of modern technologies. Click on the links below to learn more about our recent efforts in teaching the remarkable undergraduate students at UCLA.

 
 
 
 
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About Neil

Professor Garg received a B.S. in Chemistry from New York University where he did undergraduate research with Professor Marc Walters. During his undergraduate years, he spent several months in Strasbourg, France while conducting research with Professor Mir Wais Hosseini at Université Louis Pasteur as an NSF REU Fellow.

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