Interview with Adrien Quintard

This Young Career Focus presents Adrien Quintard (Aix-Marseille University, France).

Adrien Quintard studied chemistry at the University of Toulouse (IUT, France) and then at CPE-University of Lyon (France). He completed his PhD in 2011 under the supervision of Professor Alexandre Alexakis at the University of Geneva (Switzerland). He subsequently moved to the University of Stanford (USA) for a first post-doctoral stay working with Professor Barry M. Trost. After moving to Aix-Marseille University (France) in 2012 for a second post-doctoral position, he obtained in 2013 an ANR research grant allowing him to start his own research program on the development of multi-catalyzed transformations before becoming in 2014 CNRS researcher. Recently, he was recognized by the young researcher ‘Emergence’ award from the organic division of the French Chemical Society and he was a recipient of a Thieme Chemistry Journals Award.

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