Dan O'Leary

Carnegie Professor of Chemistry, Pomona College
  • United States of America

About Dan O'Leary

Dan O’Leary received B.A. degrees in chemistry and biology from Linfield College and earned his Ph.D. at UCLA (with Professor Frank A. L. Anet). Following an NSF postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University (with Professor Yoshito Kishi), he became Assistant Professor at Pomona College, where he is presently the Carnegie Professor of Chemistry. He has also taught courses at MIT, Bowdoin College, and Caltech. His research interests are in the area of organic synthesis, isotope effects, nuclear magnetic resonance, and the history of science.


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Aug 16, 2019
Replying to Ruth Milne

Thanks for continuing the story, Dan, it's fascinating!

Thanks, Ruth!