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Justin Du Bois

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Organic, Inorganic and Biological Chemistry
"Justin Du Bois"

Justin Du Bois was born August 23, 1969 in Los Angeles, California. He received his B.S. degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1992, where he conducted undergraduate research with Professor Ken Raymond. In 1997 he earned his Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology under the direction of Professor Erick Carreira. Following a two year NIH postdoctoral position with Professor Stephen Lippard at MIT, he joined the faculty at Stanford University as an assistant professor. In 2005, he was promoted to the associate level.

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Kenneth Norman Raymond research assistant 1992 UC Berkeley
Erick M. Carreira grad student 1997 Caltech
 (I. Enantioselective synthesis of (+)-zaragozic acid C. II. Nitridomanganese(V) complexes: design, preparation, and use as novel nitrogen atom-transfer reagents)
Stephen James Lippard post-doc 1999 MIT


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Abigail Doyle research assistant 2002-2003 Stanford
David E Olson grad student Stanford
Arun Thottumkara grad student Stanford
Christine G. Espino grad student 2004 Stanford
Andrew W. Hinman grad student 2004 Stanford
James J. Fleming grad student 2006 Stanford
Paul M. Wehn grad student 2006 Stanford
Benjamin H. Brodsky grad student 2007 Stanford
Rosemary M. Conrad grad student 2008 Stanford
Kristin W. Fiori grad student 2008 Stanford
Kiran Guthikonda grad student 2008 Stanford
Brendan M. O'Boyle grad student 2009 Stanford
Alison Ondrus post-doc Stanford
T. Aaron Bedell post-doc 2016- Stanford
Matthew D. McReynolds post-doc 2004-2006 Stanford
Scott A. Wolckenhauer post-doc 2005-2007 Stanford
Jennifer L. Roizen post-doc 2010-2013 Stanford
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Robinson SG, Mack JBC, Alektiar SN, et al. (2020) Electrochemical Ruthenium-Catalyzed C-H Hydroxylation of Amine Derivatives in Aqueous Acid. Organic Letters
Craig RA, Garrison CE, Nguyen PT, et al. (2020) Veratridine: A Janus-Faced Modulator of Voltage-Gated Sodium Ion Channels. Acs Chemical Neuroscience
Betz KN, Chiappini ND, Du Bois J. (2019) Intermolecular sp-C-H Amination for the Synthesis of Saturated Azacycles. Organic Letters
Yen TJ, Lolicato M, Thomas-Tran R, et al. (2019) Structure of the saxiphilin:saxitoxin (STX) complex reveals a convergent molecular recognition strategy for paralytic toxins. Science Advances. 5: eaax2650
Mulcahy JV, Pajouhesh H, Beckley J, et al. (2019) Challenges and Opportunities for Therapeutics Targeting the Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Isoform Na1.7. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Mack JBC, Walker KL, Robinson SG, et al. (2019) Mechanistic Study of Ruthenium-Catalyzed C-H Hydroxylation Reveals an Unexpected Pathway for Catalyst Arrest. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Walker JR, Merit JE, Thomas-Tran R, et al. (2018) Divergent Synthesis of Natural Derivatives of (+)-Saxitoxin Including 11-Saxitoxinethanoic Acid. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Lukowski AL, Ellinwood DC, Hinze ME, et al. (2018) C-H Hydroxylation in Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Biosynthesis. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Su JY, Olson DE, Ting SI, et al. (2018) Synthetic Studies Toward Pactamycin Highlighting Oxidative C-H and Alkene Amination Technologies. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Koster AK, Wood CAP, Thomas-Tran R, et al. (2018) A selective class of inhibitors for the CLC-Ka chloride ion channel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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