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Dale L. Boger
Dale Lester Boger is an American medicinal and organic chemist. Dale Boger was born on August 22, 1953, in Hutchinson, Kansas. He studied chemistry at the University of Kansas (B.S., 1975), Ph.D. 1980, Harvard University, under Professor E. J. Corey). Following graduate school, he joined the faculty at the University of Kansas where he became assistant/associate professor of medicinal chemistry (1979-1985).
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In 1985, he started at Purdue University, where he was professor of chemistry (1985-1991). He is currently Richard and Alice Cramer Professor of Chemistry at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, CA.
Boger is active in the field of organic chemistry with research interests including natural product synthesis, synthetic methodology, medicinal chemistry, and combinatorial chemistry. He is also the author of a popular book on synthetic organic chemistry: Modern Organic Synthesis Lecture Notes (TSRI Press, 1999).
Dale Boger has received numerous awards and honors including:
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