RSChemistry.com helps students learn how to assign stereocenters, all in the context of important molecules.
Neil has been selected to receive the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry’s 2019 Edward Leete Award for his contributions to research and teaching.
Neil will now be serving as the Department Chair for the Chemistry and Biochemistry department.
QRChem.net allows researchers and educators to generate scannable QR codes that link to interactive 3D structures.
Rachel Knapp, Francesca Ipolitti, and Jason Chari have passed their candidacy exams!
Bryan Simmons, Joyann Barber, and Lucas Morrill are now Doctors! Congrats to the 23rd, 24th, and 25th PhDs from the Garg lab.
Neil has been selected to receive the 2019 ACS James Flack Norris Teaching Award.
Congratulations to our recent grad student award winners! Robert (2018 I.N. for Safety), Sarah (2019 Senior Foote Fellowship), and Milauni (2019 Stone Graduate Student Fellowship)
Neil has been named a recipient of NYU’s Distinguished Alumni Award! Prior awardees include Alec Baldwin, Spike Lee, and many others.
A personal look into Neil's early life of selling knives, counting dogs, being challenged as a college student, and the transition to academic life and teaching.
Neil was recently featured in Voyage LA Magazine’s Most Inspiring Stories. Read it here!
Neil turns 40…Happy Birthday NellyG!
Just having some fun in our new lab t-shirts with the ACS mole!
Melinda and Bryan are headed to Steamboat Springs Colorado as MBCF Scholars! Congrats to both of them.
Congrats to our 5th years, Bryan, Joyann, Lucas, for scoring jobs! In 2019, they’ll be off to Celgene, Pfizer, and Amgen.
Jason just delivered an awesome talk on machine learning. Well done!
Good luck to Dr. Maude Giroud, who is off to start her new job at Boehringer Ingelheim!
Neil has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science!
Rachel just crushed her departmental literature talk on C–C bond activation!
Click here to check out photos from our recent outreach event at Warner Avenue Elementary! Small scientists and spooky pumpkins :)
Francesca just nailed her departmental literature talk on asymmetric [2+2] photocycloadditions!