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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Accomplishments
  • Claire, Y.
  • and Singleton D.
  • Dynamics and the Regiochemistry of Nitration of Toluene Dow Chemical Graduate Symposium, Poster College Station, Texas, May 2016 Claire, Y., Chen, Z., Waas J., and Singleton D.
  • Isotope Effects, Dynamic Matching, and Solvent Dynamics in a Wittig Reaction Gordon Research Conference (GRC): Physical Organic Chemistry; Molecule Synthesis, Properties, Theory and Function, Poster Holderness, New Hampshire, June 2015 Claire, Y., Chen, Z., Waas J., and Singleton D.
  • Isotope Effects, Dynamic Matching, and Solvent Dynamics in a Wittig Reaction Dow Chemical Graduate Symposium, Poster College Station, Texas, May 2015 Claire, Y.
  • and Singleton, D.
  • 13C Kinetic Isotope for the Cope-Type Hydroamination of Phenylacetylene; The Role of Tunneling Gordon Research Conference (GRC): Isotopes in Biological and Chemical Sciences; Isotopes in Interdisciplinary Studies, Poster Galveston, Texas, February 2014.
Professional Summary
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Skills

Use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for: characterization of organic molecules, determination of reaction kinetics using 1H NMR, determination of kinetic isotope effects (KIEs) at natural abundance using 1D

Work History
Postdoctoral Researcher, 07/2017 to Present
Colorado State UniversityFort Collins, CO,
  • NMR Systems: extensive experience utilizing both, Varian and Bruker systems.
  • NMR Software: VnmrJ and TopSpin Multistep Organic synthesis and reaction optimizations High throughput screening of organic reactions for reaction optimizations.
  • Extensive training in the use of Gas Chromatography as a tool for determination of enantioselectivity of organic reactions.
  • Purification techniques: Flash column chromatography, distillations, HPLC Operating systems: Macintosh, Linux and Windows Software for calculations for mechanistic studies: Gaussian 09, POLYRATE and PROGDYN University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral researcher (Dr.
  • Marisa Kozlowski): The main focus of my postdoctoral research is the mechanistic understanding of oxidative coupling reactions, using oxygen as a terminal oxidant.
  • This aim will be achieved by applying a combination of experimental and computational observations.
  • In addition, part of my postdoctoral research is focused on the development of new catalytic reactions for chemo- and enantioselective oxidation of organic molecules via high throughput screening.
Publications
Claire, Y., Paniak, T., Lee, Y. E., Kim, S. M., Tcyrulnikov, S., Kozlowski, M. C.; Chromium-Salen Catalyzed Cross-Coupling of Phenols: Mechanism and Origin of the Selectivity. Manuscript in preparation. Claire, Y., Singleton, D.; Dynamics and the Regiochemistry of Nitration of Toluene. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 138, 15167-15176. Chen, Z., Claire, Y., Waas, J. R., Singleton, D.; Isotope Effects, Dynamic Matching, and Solvent Dynamics in a Wittig Reaction. Betaines as Bypassed Intermediates. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 136 (38), 13122-13125.
Education
Ph.D: Organic Chemistry, Expected in 2017 to Texas A&M University - College Station, TX
GPA:
Organic Chemistry Advisor: Dr. Daniel Singleton
B.S: Chemistry, Expected in 2011 to University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras, PR
GPA:
Chemistry Magna Cum Laude
Ph.D: , Expected in Present to - ,
GPA:
The main focus of my Ph.D. research was to understand the mechanism of organic reactions via a combination of experimental and computational observations. In general, our lab focused on the determination of dynamic effects involved in a determined reaction, and their impact in the reaction's selectivity, rate and mechanistic pathway. In order to do so, we determine KIEs at natural abundance, reaction kinetics, and product ratio of the reactions. These observations were then explained using computational chemistry. Through my Ph.D. I worked in multiple reactions, such as: Diels-Alders, Cope-type hydroamination, the Wittig reaction, nitration of alkylated aromatics using highly reactive NO2+ salts, and Friedel-Crafts acylation of activated aromatics.
B.S: , Expected in 2017 to University of Puerto Rico Undergraduate Researcher - ,
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As an undergraduate I worked on the total synthesis of Mycalolide A via epoxide chemistry. Our lab focused on the total synthesis of polypropionate antibiotics by employing epoxide chemistry.
: , Expected in 2011 to Texas A&M University - College Station, TX
GPA:
Summer Internship (Dr. Jiong Yang): Conducted research in the development of catalytic enantioselective reaction for *-oxygenation and amination of cyclic ketones.
: , Expected in Summer 2010 to University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras, PR
GPA:
NIH Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement Fellowship (RISE)
Languages
Proficiency writing and speaking English and Spanish.
Skills
chemistry, English, Flash, focus, HPLC, Linux, Macintosh, Windows, NSF, natural, NMR, Operating systems, pathway, speaking, Research, Researcher, Scientific, Spanish, type

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School Attended

  • Texas A&M University
  • University of Puerto Rico
  • University of Puerto Rico Undergraduate Researcher
  • Texas A&M University
  • University of Puerto Rico

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  • Postdoctoral Researcher

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  • Ph.D
  • B.S
  • Ph.D
  • B.S

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