Erin T. Pelkey, Ph.D.

2001- Chemistry Hobart and William Smith Colleges 
Heterocyclic chemistry, total synthesis
"Erin Pelkey"

Erin Pelkey was born and raised in Washington state. In 1994, he obtained his B.A. in Chemistry at Carleton College located in Northfield, MN. At Carleton, he was mentored by Professor Charles “Chuck" Carlin and worked on the synthesis of pyrrole heterocycles; he considers his time at Carleton to be instrumental in cultivating an interest in becoming a teacher-scholar. In 1998, he obtained his Ph.D. under the guidance of Professor Gordon Gribble at Dartmouth College. His doctoral work included the investigation of syntheses and reactions of nitroindoles and pyrroloindole ring systems. Pelkey was an NIH postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University in the laboratory of Professor Paul Wender. As part of Wender research group, he helped discover novel molecular transporters that demonstrated excellent cellular uptake.
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