University of Nottingham
Having completed a PhD at Bristol (working for Tim Gallagher) in 1997 and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Texas at Austin (working for Philip Magnus, FRS), Robert Stockman started his independent career at the University of East Anglia in 1999, where he initiated a number of projects aimed at the use of novel heterocyclic chemistry within the context of the total synthesis of biologically important natural and un-natural products. In April 2007 he was awarded an EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship and was promoted to Senior Lecturer at UEA. In September 2007 he joined the University of Nottingham as Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry, and was promoted to Associate Professor and Reader in 2010, and to full Professor in 2016.
New Methods for Heterocycle Synthesis