Prospective Applicants:

Please review information provided at the bottom of this page.

Current Group Members

  • Ron Ramsubhag, 6th-year graduate student
  • Masters: University of Connecticut
  • Nick Kramer, 4rd-year graduate student
  • Undergrad: Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Alec Morrison, 5th-year graduate student
  • Undergrad: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA
  • Josh Gagnier, 4th-year graduate student
  • Undergrad: East Carolina University, NC

Group Alumni

PhD students:

Graduate Student Applicants:

If you wish to pursue graduate studies in synthetic organic chemistry or in other areas within our department, then please apply directly to the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Program. Graduate students normally begin their studies in the Fall semester. However, stipends are available for incoming students who want to arrive early and begin research over the summer.

Undergraduate Chemistry Majors:

There may be opportunities for motivated students to work on original research problems in synthetic organic chemistry. Students wishing to conduct DIS or Honors research in the Dudley Lab should make contact with current graduate students and/or Prof Dudley to learn if any opportunities are available. Applicants must have a thorough understanding of undergraduate organic chemistry. The undergraduate research experience in the Dudley Lab is best suited to preparing students for graduate studies in chemistry and related research fields. As such, please note that Prof Dudley cannot write strong letters of recommendation to medical schools based solely on research activities in the Dudley lab. When contacting Prof Dudley about potential research experiences, please mention that you have reviewed the website and are prepared to make a serious, multi-semester commitment to advancing your project. Please include a brief statement of career goals, an unofficial transcript, and an updated resume or CV. Fellowships may be available for students interested in conducting research full-time over the summer.

Postdoctoral Applicants:

Anyone interested in conducting postdoctoral research in the Dudley Laboratory is encouraged to apply. Please prepare a hard copy application package that includes a cover letter, a brief statement of career goals (this may be included in the cover letter), a complete curriculum vitae, and a summary of previous research experience, and mail it to Prof. Dudley. Identification of appropriate research support is a major factor in the application process.