Professor Guy Lloyd-Jones FRS

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Professor Guy Lloyd-Jones

Professor Guy C. Lloyd-Jones FRS
Forbes Professor of Organic Chemistry
School of Chemistry
Joseph Black Building
David Brewster Road
Edinburgh, EH9 3FJ, UK

Guy.Lloyd-Jones@ed.ac.uk
Tel. +44 (0) 131 650 4795

Professorial Secretary:
Carolyn Newton
c.newton@ed.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)131 650 4730

Career

2015 Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Scotland (The Royal Society of Edinburgh; FRSE)
2013 Forbes Chair of Organic Chemistry, University of Edinburgh
2013 Elected Fellow of the UK National Academy of Science (The Royal Society, FRS)
2012-2013 Head of Organic and Biological Chemistry, Bristol University
2003-2012 Full Professor, Bristol University
2003 Admitted as a Fellow to The Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC)
2000-2003 Reader, Bristol University
1996-2000 Lecturer, Bristol University
1993-1995 Royal Society Western European postdoctoral research fellow; Andreas Pfaltz, Basel University, Switzerland
1989-1992 D.Phil (Doctorate in Organic Chemistry); John M. Brown FRS, Oxford University, UK
1987-1988 ICI Pharmaceuticals (now AstraZeneca)
1985-1989 BSc Hons (Applied Chemistry) Huddersfield Polytechnic (now University of Huddersfield)

Awards and Distinguished Lectureships

2018 Nankai University, The Nankai Lectureship in Organic Chemistry 2017-2018
2017 Boston College, The Merck Lecture 2017
2017 University of Regensburg, The Vilsmeier Lecture 2017
2017 University of Huddersfield, The Page Lecture 2017
2016 University of British Columbia, The Aldrich Organic Chemistry Distinguished Lecture 2015-2016
2015 Harvard University, Bristol Myers Squibb Lectureship 2015
2015 Oxford University, Andrew Derome Lectureship 2014-2015
2014 Royal Society of Chemistry, RSC Tilden Prize 2014
2014 Huddersfield UniversityHon D.Univ. 2014
2014 Queen's University Canada, The Frost Lectureship 2013-2014
2013 RSC 2013 Physical Organic Chemistry Medal, Ingold Lectureship
2013 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Novartis Lectureship, 2013
2012 UC Berkeley, The Clayton H. Heathcock Lecture, 2012
2011 Princeton University, The Novartis Chemical Sciences Lectureship, 2011 (inaugural)
2010 GSK/AZ/Pfizer/Syngenta UK Prize for Process Chemistry Research 2010
2009 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bristol Myers Squibb Lectureship 2009
2008-2013 Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award
2008 State University of New York, Foster Chemistry Lectureship
2007 Royal Society of Chemistry, Organic Reaction Mechanisms Prize
2006 Czech Academy of Sciences, Invited Lecturer Series
2004 Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, 21st Century of Excellence Lectureship
2004 Thieme Journals Award
2003 German Chemical Society (GDCh), The Liebig Lectureship 2003
2003 The AstraZeneca Academic Prize in Organic Chemistry
2003 Royal Society of Chemistry Corday Morgan Medal
2000-2003 The Hickinbottom Fellowship of the Royal Society Chemistry
2001 The Sir William Briggs Scholarship
1997 Zeneca Strategic Research Award
1993 Royal Society Western European Postdoctoral Fellowship (1993-1995)
   
   
   
   

Invited Lectures

Forthcoming

237.  Plenary Lecture, ORCHEM, Berlin, Germany, 2018
 
236.  Plenary Lecture, BOSS symposium, Belgium, 2018.
 
235.  The Nankai Lecture in Organic Chemistry, Nankai University, China, 2018.
 
234.  Plenary lecture, Visions in Chemistry (Torkil Holm) Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018.
 
233.  The Vilsmeier Lecture, Regensburg, 2017.
 
232.  Invited Lecture, Bayer, Germany, 2017
 
231.  Invited Lecture, Novartis, Switzerland, 2017
 
230.  Invited Lecture, NMR Meeting, Bath University, UK, 2017
 
229.  . Invited Lecture, University of Vienna, 2017.
 
228.  The Merck Lecture, Boston College, USA, 2017.
 
227.  Invited Lecture, St Andrews, 2017.
 
226.  Plenary lecture, European Symposium on Organic Reactivity (ESOR), Durham, UK, 2017.
 
225.  The Page Lecture, Huddersfield, 2017.
 

 

Interests

  • Organic, Inorganic and Physical Aspects of Homogeneous Transition Metal Catalysis (Pd, Ni, W, Mo, Rh, Ru, Cu)
  • Stoichiometric Organometallic Reagents (B, Li, In, Ga)
  • Coordination Chemistry (P, N, O)
  • Isotopic Labelling (2H, 13C, 10B, 15N, 18O, 34S, 108Pd)
  • Aryl Sulphonate and Thiocarbamate Rearrangements
  • Ligand Design
  • Hydrogen Bonding and Ligand Basicity
  • NMR
  • Kinetics

Professional activities

Personal

Prof. Lloyd-Jones is married to Kathryn, lives in Edinburgh, and enjoys fly-fishing for Salmon, malt whisky, and lawn bowls.