Gilbert Stork

Affiliations: 
1946-1953 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 1953- Chemistry Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
synthesis and synthetic methods
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(1921 - 2017)
https://chem.columbia.edu/news/gilbert-stork-1921-2017/
http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/50022.html
http://www.chemheritage.org/discover/collections/oral-histories/details/stork-gilbert-j.aspx
The 1995/6 Wolf Prize in Chemistry: Gilbert Stork and Samuel J. Danishefsky for designing and developing novel chemical reactions which have opened new avenues to the synthesis of complex molecules, particularly polysaccharides and many other biologically and medicinally important compounds.

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Ronald H. Kluger research assistant 1962-1965 Columbia
Richard Warren Gross research assistant 1972 Columbia
Leon Mandell grad student 1951 Harvard
Eugene van Tamelen grad student 1951 Harvard
Albert William Burgstahler grad student 1953 Harvard
Richard Keith Hill grad student 1954 Harvard
Martin Eric Kuehne grad student 1955 Columbia
William Reusch grad student 1957 Columbia
David J. Goldsmith grad student 1958 Columbia
Malcolm Bersohn grad student 1960 Columbia
Jiro Tsuji grad student 1960 Columbia
Sol Jacob Daum grad student 1959-1962 Columbia
Maria Tomasz grad student 1959-1962 Columbia
Frederick Edward Ziegler grad student 1964 Columbia
Richard F. Borch grad student 1965 Columbia
John E. McMurry grad student 1967 Columbia
Paul F. Hudrlik grad student 1968 Columbia
Paul A. Grieco grad student 1970 Columbia
Patrick Matthew McCurry grad student 1970 Columbia
Bruce Ganem grad student 1972 Columbia
Michael E. Jung grad student 1973 Columbia
Douglass F. Taber grad student 1970-1974 Columbia
Timothy L. Macdonald grad student 1975 Columbia
George  A. Kraus grad student 1976 Columbia
Paul G. Williard grad student 1976 Columbia
Jeffrey D. Winkler grad student 1981 Columbia
John-Stephen A. Taylor grad student 1976-1981 Columbia
David H. Sherman grad student 1982 Columbia
Jeffrey Stryker grad student 1983 Columbia
Nick Alex Saccomano grad student 1980-1984 Columbia
Daniel E. Kahne grad student 1986 Columbia
Robin L. Polt grad student 1986 Columbia
Scott D. Rychnovsky grad student 1986 Columbia
Kang Zhao grad student 1983-1988 Columbia
Jeremy Robertson grad student 1992-1993 Columbia
Andrew J. Clark post-doc
Samuel J. Danishefsky post-doc Columbia
Ian Paterson post-doc Columbia
Patrick G. Steel post-doc Columbia
Phanindra Chandra Dutta post-doc 1949-1953 Harvard
Hari Narayan Khastgir post-doc 1954-1955 Columbia
Jacqueline Ficini post-doc 1960-1961 Columbia
Clayton H. Heathcock post-doc 1963-1964 Columbia
Richard H. Schlessinger post-doc 1966 Columbia
Steven M. Weinreb post-doc 1966-1967 Columbia
Russell Bryan Miller post-doc 1968 Columbia
Hugo J. Monteiro post-doc 1968-1969 Columbia
Robert K. Boeckman, Jr. post-doc 1970-1972 Columbia
Arthur G. Schultz post-doc 1970-1972 Columbia
Kathlyn A. Parker post-doc 1971-1973 Columbia
Paul A. Wender post-doc 1974 Columbia
Andreas Pfaltz post-doc 1978-1979 Columbia
Eiichi Nakamura post-doc 1978-1980 Columbia
Janak Singh post-doc 1973-1981 Columbia
John Leonard post-doc 1979-1981 Columbia
Michael C. Pirrung post-doc 1980-1981 Columbia
Mike Casey post-doc 1982-1984 Columbia
Keith Jones post-doc 1983-1984 Columbia
Adusumilli Srikrishna post-doc 1983-1985 Columbia
Andrew Regan post-doc 1984-1985 Columbia
John R. Stille post-doc 1986-1987 Columbia
Viresh H. Rawal post-doc 1988 Columbia
Varinder K. Aggarwal post-doc 1986-1988 Columbia
Frederick Glenn West post-doc 1986-1988 Columbia
Hee-Yoon Lee post-doc 1988-1990 Columbia
Mark C. McMills post-doc 1989-1990
Nancy I. Totah post-doc 1990-1993 Columbia
Richard P. Hsung post-doc 1997 Columbia
Gregory R. Dake post-doc 1998-1999 Columbia
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Stork G, Yamashita A, Hanson RM, et al. (2017) Synthetic Study toward Total Synthesis of (±)-Germine: Synthesis of (±)-4-Methylenegermine. Organic Letters
Stork G. (2011) Chemical reminiscences Tetrahedron. 67: 9754-9764
Stork G, Yamashita A, Adams J, et al. (2009) Regiospecific and stereoselective syntheses of (+/-) morphine, codeine, and thebaine via a highly stereocontrolled intramolecular 4 + 2 cycloaddition leading to a phenanthrofuran system. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 131: 11402-6
Stork G. (2008) Foreword Strategies and Tactics in Organic Synthesis. 7: xix
Stork G, Tang PC, Casey M, et al. (2005) Regiospecific and stereoselective syntheses of (+/-)-reserpine and (-)-reserpine. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 127: 16255-62
Stork G, Niu D, Fujimoto RA, et al. (2002) The first stereoselective total synthesis of quinine Chemtracts. 15: 175-182
Stork G, Niu D, Fujimoto RA, et al. (2001) The first stereoselective total synthesis of quinine. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 3239-42
Stork G. (2000) [Organic synthesis]. Comptes Rendus De L'AcadéMie Des Sciences. SéRie Iii, Sciences De La Vie. 323: 441-5
Stork G. (1999) Some contributions to regio and stereo control: from Cincholoipon and Cantharidin to the present. Medicinal Research Reviews. 19: 370-87
Stork G, Doi T, Liu L. (1997) Use of a lithiolactone in the enantioselective constructions of A/C seco-B and of A/B seco-C proTaxol systems Tetrahedron Letters. 38: 7471-7474
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