Marcus Baumann, Assistant Professor in Continuous Flow Chemistry, University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Marcus Baumann graduated from Philipps-University Marburg (Germany) in 2007 before moving to Cambridge/UK to study for a PhD with Prof. Steven V. Ley FRS. On completion of his PhD in 2010 he was awarded a Feodor-Lynen postdoctoral fellowship by the Humboldt foundation allowing him to join the research group of Prof. Larry E. Overman at the University of California in Irvine. After two years in Irvine, he returned to the UK to work with Prof. Ian R. Baxendale at the University of Durham applying flow methodology to the scaled synthesis of biologically relevant chemical entities.
In 2017 he became an Assistant Professor for Continuous Flow Chemistry at University College Dublin, where his group’s efforts centre around the development of new continuous flow methods applied to the effective generation of various target molecules. In 2021 he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto. Current areas of interest include process development, reaction scale-up, photochemistry, telescoped multi-step sequences and flow biocatalysis.
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