Clayton H. Heathcock Invited Lectures
Invited Lectures

  1. Stanford University
  2. California Institute of Technology
  3. University of Oregon
  1. Symposium on Natural Products and Compounds of Biological Interest, Toronto, Canada
  1. Gordon Conference on Natural Products
  2. University of California, San Diego
  3. Merck, Sharp, & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  1. Merck, Sharp, & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  2. Eli Lilly Research Laboratories, Indianapolis, IN
  3. Philadelphia Organic Chemist's Club
  1. Merck, Sharp, & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  2. Georgia Institute of Technology, DuPont Visiting Professor (two lectures)
  3. 9th Interational Symposium on Essential Oils, San Francisco
  1. Merck, Sharp, & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  2. University of California, Irvine
  3. University of California, Santa Barbara
  4. Southern Oregon College, Medford, OR
  1. University of California, Santa Cruz
  2. University of Idaho, ITT Rayonier Lecturer
  3. Rutgers University, Martin Friedman Lecturer
  4. CIBA-GEIGY Research Laboratories, Tarrytown, NY
  5. Upjohn Research Laboratories, Kalamazoo, MI
  1. Pacific Conference on Chemistry and Spectroscopy (Plenary Lecture)
  2. Merck, Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  3. The Wellcome Research Laboratories, Research Triangle, NC
  4. Emory University, Timmie Lecturer
  5. University of Wurzburg, Germany
  6. Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK
  7. University College, London, UK
  8. University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
  9. Award Symposium, Creative Work in Organic Synthesis, Anaheim, CA
  10. University of Paris, South, Paris, France
  11. CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
  12. University of Karlsruhe, Germany
  13. University of Marburg, Germany
  14. Max Planck Institute für Strahlenchemie, Mülheim, Germany
  15. University of Münster, Germany
  16. 14th Euochem Conference on Stereochemistry (Plenary Lecture)
  17. University of Cologne, Germany
  18. University of Munich, Germany
  19. University of Freiburg, Germany
  20. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zurich
  21. Hoffmann-La Roche Research Laboratories, Basel
  22. Technical Univesity of Braunschweig, Germany
  23. Technical University of Berlin, Germany
  24. Merck, Sharp, & Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ
  1. University of Ghent, Belgium
  2. University of Namur, Belgium
  3. 2nd International IUPAC Symposium on Organic Synthesis, Jerusalem
  4. Sandoz Research Laboratories, Vienna, Austria
  5. 7th Workshop Conference Hoechst, Schloss Reisenburg, Germany
  6. 2nd Workshop on Retinoids in the Prevention of Epithelial Cancer, NCI, Bethesda, MD
  7. G. D. Searle Research Laboratories
  8. Cornell University
  9. Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories, Rochester, NY
  10. University of Rochester
  1. Tennessee Eastman Research Laboratories, Kingsport, TN
  2. University of California, Davis
  3. University of South Carolina
  4. University of California, Los Angeles
  5. California Institute of Technology
  6. National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
  7. William H. Nichols Award Symposium, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
  8. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
  9. University of California, Santa Cruz
  1. American Chemical Society Symposium on New Developments in Asymmetric Synthesis, Las Vegas
  2. American Chemical Society Symposium on Bioactivity in the Organic Course, Las Vegas
  3. Sandoz Research Laboratories, Basel
  4. Univesity of Berne
  5. Firmenich Company, Geneva
  6. University of California, Riverside
  7. Wayne State University
  8. Harvard University
  9. Brown University
  10. General Electric Company, Schenectady, NY
  11. Hoffman-La Roche Research Laboratories, Nutley, NJ
  12. Brandeis University
  13. University of Pittsburgh
  14. Purdue University
  15. University of Texas (Distinguished Lecturer, five lectures)
  16. North Dakota State University
  17. University of Minnesota
  18. Carleton University
  19. University of Akron
  20. 27th National Organic Chemistry Symposium, Nashville, TN
  1. Joint US-Japan Conference on Asymmetric Reactions and Processes, Palo Alto, CA
  2. 7th Oxford Symposium on Synthesis, Oxford, UK
  3. Pfizer Research Laboratories, Sandwich, UK
  4. University of Technology, Loughborough, UK
  5. IUPAC Congress on Natural Products, Vancouver, BC
  6. Procter & Gamble Research Laboratories, Miami Valley, OH
  7. Pfizer Research Laboratories, Groton, CT
  8. University of California, San Diego
  9. University of Wisconsin
  10. University of Maryland
  11. Utah State University
  12. University of Utah
  13. University of Illinois
  14. Northwestern University (Colloquium and lecture to Independent Studies Program)
  15. Ethyl Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA
  16. University of California, Irvine
  17. Chemical Institute of Canada, Symposium on the Synthesis of Macrolides,
  18. Toronto, Canada
  19. Univesity of Michigan
  1. University of New Hampshire, Iddles Lecture
  2. University of Colorato, Liebig Lecture
  3. University of Montreal, Merck Lecture
  4. Gordon Conference on Stereochemistry
  5. Suntory Research Institute, Kyoto, Japan
  6. Symposium on Stereoselective Organic Synthesis, Sapporo, Japan University of Tokyo
  7. Claude S. Hudson Award Symposium, American Chemical Society, Kansas City
  8. Pennsylvania State University
  9. 14th Annual Philadelphia-Wilmington Organic Chemists Club
  10. Colorado State University
  11. Syntex Research Laboratories
  12. University of West Virginia
  13. 1983 Congress of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Lancaster, UK
  14. University of Manchester
  15. Sittingbourne Research Centre, Sittingbourne, UK
  16. University of Marburg, Germany
  17. University of Hannover, Germany
  18. University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany
  19. Hoffmann-La Roche Research Laboratories, Basel
  1. Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, IL
  2. University of Southern California
  3. University of Lyon, France
  4. Texas Christian University, Dow Lecturer
  5. 5th Princeton Symposium on Organic Chemistry (Plenary Lecture)
  6. 16th Pauling Medal Symposium, Corvalis, OR
  7. 4th Euchem Conference on Asymmetric Synthesis, Montpelier, France
  1. University of Nevada, Reno, NV
  2. Gordon Conference on Organic Reaction Processes
  3. University of Notre Dame, 1985 Reilly Lecturer (three lectures)
  4. DuPont Research Laboratories
  5. Nobel Symposium on Stereoselective Organic Synthesis, Stockholm
  6. PACCHEM, Honolulu, Hawaii
  1. University of Tokyo
  2. Sankyo Company, Tokyo
  3. Upjohn Research Laboratories (Short Course, 15 hours)
  4. Sterling Research Laboratories
  5. Warner-Lambert Research Laboratories
  6. Wyeth Research Laboratories
  7. Philip Morris Research Laboratories
  8. Duke University
  9. Iowa State University
  10. Renselaer Polytechnic Institute
  11. Califorina State University at Long Beach
  12. Indiana University
  13. Harvard University
  14. Stanford University
  15. CIBA-GEIGY Research Laboratories, Basel
  16. Sandoz Research Laboratories, Basel
  17. Hoffmann-La Roche Research Laboratories, Basel
  18. University of Geneva
  19. Univesity of Fribourg
  20. University of Berne
  21. CNRS, Giv-sur-Yvette, France
  22. 23rd International Conference on Organometallic Compounds in Synthesis, Kyoto, Japan
  23. Recent Developments in Organic Chemistry, Nagoya, Japan
  24. 3rd H. C. Brown Lectureship, Purdue University
  25. Ernest Guenther Award Lecture, New York, NY
  1. University of Nebraska
  2. Smith, Kline & French Research Laboratories
  3. University of Toronto
  4. University of California, San Francisco
  5. University of California, Santa Barbara
  6. University of California, Santa Cruz
  7. University of California, Los Angeles
  8. Yale University, Bergmann Lecturer
  9. Schering Research Laboratories
  10. University of Georgia
  11. University of Alabama
  12. Merck, Sharp & Dohme Research Laboratories
  13. Lederle Laboratories
  14. Greater Manchester Lectureship, University of Salford, UK
  15. Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK
  16. Imperial Chemical Industries, Manchester, UK
  17. North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society
  18. William H. Nichols Medal Award Symposium, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY
  1. Warner-Lambert Research Laboratories
  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  3. Pfizer Research Laboratories
  4. University of Texas
  5. Rice University
  6. Wayne State University
  7. Hope College, 1988 Parke-Davis Lecturer
  8. University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  9. University of Twente, Netherlands
  10. University of Strasbourg, France
  11. Okayama Science University, Japan
  12. Kyoto University, Japan
  13. Mitsui Petrochemicals, Iwakuni, Japan
  14. Gordon Research Conference on Natural Products
  15. 3rd Puerto Rico Conference on Organic Synthesis
  16. 17th Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Rochester, NY
  17. 1st Princess Congress on Natural Products, Bangkok, Thailand
  18. J. D. White Symposium, Oregon State University
  19. Symposium on Bioactive Organic Compounds, Dutch Royal Society of Chemistry, Wageningen, Holland
  20. 16th International Conference on Natural Products, Kyoto, Japan (Plenary Lecture)
  21. Symposium on Natural Products, Sendai, Japan (Plenary Lecture)
  1. G. D. Searle Research Laboratories, Chicago
  2. California State University, Los Angeles
  3. 3rd Brazilian Organic Synthesis Congress, Sao Paulo (Plenary Lecture)
  4. Ohio State University Organic Synthesis Symposium
  5. University of California, Davis
  6. E. R. Squibb ResearchResarch Laboratories, Princeton, NJ
  7. E. R. Squibb Process Development Laboratories, New Brunswick, NJ
  8. Ortho Pharmaceuticals, Raritan, NJ
  9. 31st National Organic Chemistry Symposium, Ithaca, NY
  1. Philadelphia Organic Chemist's Club, Allan Day Award Lecture
  2. Syntex Research Laboratories
  3. W. S. Johnson Symposium, Palo Alto
  4. Harvard University
  5. Wyeth-Ayerst Research Laboratories
  6. ICI Pharmaceuticals
  7. Smith, Kline, & French Research Laboratories
  8. State University of New York at Stonybrook
  9. PACCHEM, Honolulu, Hawaii
  10. Award Lecture, ACS Award for Creative Work in Organic Synthesis, Boston, MA
  11. University of Hannover
  12. University of Bochum
  13. University of Göttingen
  14. National Academy of Sciences of the DDR, Berlin
  15. University of Hamburt
  16. E. Merck, Darmstadt
  17. University of Darmstadt
  1. Pfizer Research Laboratories, United Kingdom
  2. Cambridge Univesity, Cambridge, UK
  3. IUPAC Symposium on Organic Synthesis, Helsinki, Findland (Plenary Lecture)
  4. A. C. Cope Award Symposium, American Chemical Society
  5. University of Michigan, Bachman Lecture
  6. University of Wisconsin
  7. Stuart Pharmaceuticals Young Scientist Award Symposium
  8. Rhône Poulenc Rorer Research Laboratories
  9. Syntex Research Laboratories
  10. Eli Lilly Research Laboratories
  1. University of Vermont; 10th Annual Ester Humphrey Lecturer
  2. ETH, Zürich; 1991 Prelog Lecturer
  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 1992 George Büchi Lecturer
  4. University of Virginia; 1992 Robert Lutz Lecturer
  5. Columbia University; Gilbert Stork Symposium
  6. Interlaken, Switzerland; International Seminar on Modern Synthetic Methods 1992
  7. Capetown, South Africa; Plenary Lecturer for the Frank Warren Convention
  8. University of Capetown, South Africa
  9. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
  10. Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
  11. University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  12. University of the Natal, Petermaritzburg, South Africa
  13. 1992 SmithKline Beecham Lecturer; Nottingham University, UK
  14. 1992 SmithKline Beecham Lecturer; Imperial College, University of London, UK
  15. 1992 SmithKline Beecham Lecturer; Southhampton University, UK
  16. 1992 SmithKline Beecham Lecturer; University of Bristol, UK
  17. SmithKline Beecham Research Laboratories, Great Burgh, UK
  1. A. I. Meyers Symposium, Lubbock, Texas
  2. Scripps Research Institute
  3. California Institute of Technology
  4. University of California at Los Angeles
  5. Hoffmann La Roche Research Laboratories, Nutley, NJ
  6. Bristol-Meyers Squibb Resarch Laboratories, Princeton, NJ
  7. Bristol-Meyers Squibb Process Development Laboratories, New Brunswick, NJ
  8. University of Rochester, Victor Chambers Lecturer (three lectures)
  1. Zeneca Agrochemicals, Bracknell, United Kingdom
  2. Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium on Organic Synthesis, University of Oxford
  3. Glaxo Symposium, University of North Carolina
  4. 15th Conference on Isoprenoids, Polish Academy of Sciences, Zakopane, Poland
  5. University of Illinois, 1994 C. S. Marvell Lectureship (two lectures)
  6. French-United States Organic Chemistry Symposium, New Orleans
  7. 9th Nozaki Conference, Kyoto, Japan (Plenary Lecture)
  8. Otsuka Symposium, "New Aspects of Organic Synthesis," Tokushima, Japan
  9. CIBA-Geigy International Research Institute, Takarazuka, Japan
  10. NSF Sponsored Symposium on Organic Synthesis, United States & Former Soviet Union, Stanford University
  11. NATO ISI Workshop; Organic Synthesis; Gnosis to Prognosis, Ravello, Italy (Panel Moderator)
  1. Ligand Pharmaceuticals, San Diego
  2. SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals
  3. Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Pharmaceuticals
  4. Boston College
  5. Duke University
  6. University of Missouri, Colloquium and National Chemistry Day Lecture
  7. University of Nebraska, Colloquium and Phi Lamda Upsilon, Rho Chapter Lectureship Award
  8. Case Western Reserve University
  9. American Chemical Society Aldrich Award Symposium, Anaheim
  10. DuPont Acricultural Products and DuPont Merck Pharmaceuticals
  11. Zeneca Pharmaceuticals
  12. Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center
  13. Hauser Symposium, University of Colorado, Boulder
  1. University of Michigan, Warner-Lambert Lectureship (three lectures)
  2. 15th International Congress of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Taipei, Taiwan (Plenary Lecture)
  3. Procter & Gamble Lectures in Organic Chemistry, Cincinnati, Ohio
  4. Merck Research Laboratories, Rahway, New Jersey
  5. Merck Research Laboratories, West Point, Pennsylvania
  6. Chemistry as a Life Science Symposium, Rutgers University, New Jersey
  7. The University of Oxford, UK
  8. The University of Bath, UK
  9. Imperial College, London, UK
  10. Royal Society of Chemistry Centenary Lecture, Edinborough, Scotland
  11. The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
  12. The University of Sheffield, UK
  13. University of Manchester Institute of Technology, UK
  14. Plenary Lecture, 50th Meeting of the Korean Chemical Society, Seoul, Korea
  15. Gordon Conference on Stereochemistry, Salvina Regina, Rhode Island
  16. Pfizer Research Laboratories, Groton, Connecticut
  1. University of Sherbrooke, Bio-Mega/Boehringer Ingelheim Lecture
  2. Merck-Frosst, Canada
  3. Bio-Mega/Boehringer Ingelheim
  4. R. W. Johnson Research Institute, 1997 PRI Chemistry Lecture
  5. Texas A&M, Frontiers in Science Lectures
  6. University of California at Santa Cruz
  7. Purdue University
  8. Eli Lilly Research Laboratories
  9. Bristol-Myers Squibb Paramaceutical Research Institute
  1. University of Sydney & University of New South Wales, 1998 Howard Lectures
  2. Australian National University, Canberra
  3. Kansas University, 50th Frank Burnett Dains Memorial Lecture
  4. Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico, Mexico City
  1. Texas Tech University, 1st Henry Shine Lecture
  2. Glaxo-Wellcome, Research Triangle Park, NC
  3. University of Puerto Rico, Pfizer Lecture
  4. Ohio State University, Mack Memorial Award Lecture
  5. International Conference on Organic Synthesis (ICOS-13), Warsaw, Poland.
  6. Glaxo-Wellcome, Stevenage, UK
  7. University of Cambridge, UK
  1. SmithKline Beecham, King of Prussia, PA
  2. Philadelphia Organic Chemists Club
  3. Bar-Ilan University, Israel
  1. Albert Meyers Symposium, Southwest Regional ACS Meeting, San Antonio, TX
  2. University of California, Irvine; 2002 Organic Syntheses Lecture
  3. R. B. Miller Memorial Lecturer, University of California, Davis
  4. H. C. Brown Award Lecture, American Chemical Society, Orlando, Florida
  5. Abbott Laboratories Discovery, Abbott Park, IL
  6. Abbott Laboratories Process, North Chicago, IL
  7. Merck, Sharp & Dohme, West Point, PA
  8. Pfizer, Groton, CT
  9. Pfizer UK 2002 Summer Symposium, Sandwich, UK
  10. AstraZeneca, Addersley Park, UK
  1. University of California, Berkeley
  2. Mahler Lecturer, University of Texas
  3. University of Michigan
  4. Hodgson Memorial Lecture, GlaxoSmithkline, Research Triangle Park, NC
  5. Hirata Memorial Symposium, Nagoya, Japan
  1. Komppa Centerary Symposium, Helsinki, Finland