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Academic Genealogy of Chemistry Faculty

Jeffrey Barrick
Yale, 2006
UT: 2011-
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Ronald R. Breaker
Purdue, 1992
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Peter T. Gilham (1)
New South Wales, 1957
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Stephen J. Angyal
Budapest, 1937
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Géza Zemplén (2)
Budapest, 1904
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Károly Than (3)
Vienna, 1858
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Josef Redtenbacher (4)
Vienna, 1834 (MD)
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Liebig
Justus von Liebig
Erlangen, 1822
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Fischer
Emil Fischer
Strasbourg, 1874
Nobel
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Baeyer
Adolf von Baeyer
Berlin, 1858
Nobel
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Bunsen
Robert W.E. Bunsen
Göttingen, 1830
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NOTES

1. Gilham was later a postdoc with H.G. Khorana (Nobel, 1968) at the Univ. of British Columbia. (Personal communication)
2. Zemplén worked in Berlin under Emil Fischer (1907-10) who established his interest in carbohydrate chemistry.
3. Than also studied under both Bunsen and Wurtz. cf. Kauffman, G.B. J. Chem Educ. 66, 1989, 213.
4. Redtenbacher's PhD work was in botany, but he later studied chemistry with J.F. Jacquin as well as Liebig at Giessen. (cf. Mainz)


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