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Gilbert Stork

Gilbert Stork
Born (1921-12-31) December 31, 1921 (age 94)
Brussels, Belgium
Nationality Belgian, American
Institutions Harvard University
Columbia University
Alma mater University of Florida B.S. 1942
University of Wisconsin–Madison Ph.D 1945
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Doctoral students John E. McMurry
Notable awards National Medal of Science (1982)
Wolf Prize (1996)
The Ryoji Noyori Prize (2003)

Gilbert Stork (born December 31, 1921) is a U.S. organic chemist. He is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry Emeritus at Columbia University. The Stork enamine synthesis is named in his honor.

Education

University of Florida, B.S. 1942; University of Wisconsin–Madison, PhD 1945 with Samuel M. McElvain

Career

  • 1946 Harvard University: Instructor; 1948 Assistant Professor
  • 1953 Columbia University: Associate Professor; 1955 Professor; 1967-1993 Eugene Higgins Professor; *1993 Professor Emeritus

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Awarded Honorary Fellowship or Membership

Awards

Prof. Stork also holds honorary doctorates from Lawrence University, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the University of Paris, the University of Rochester, and Columbia University.

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