Nicholas Angello

Chemistry M.S. Candidate

Email: [[e|nangello]]

Faculty Advisor

Professor Jonathan Scheerer

Research Interests

Synthetic methodology, small molecule synthesis, natural product total synthesis


B.S. Cum Laude, May 2017, The College of William and Mary
Major: Chemistry


Alpha Lambda Delta & Phi Eta Sigma Freshmen Honor Societies

Academic Positions

Student Research Assistant, The Governor’s School @ Innovation Park, Fall 2012-Spring 2013
Student Research Assistant, George Mason University, Summer 2013-Spring 2014
Undergraduate Research Assistant, W&M, Fall 2014-Spring 2017
Postbaccalaureate Research Assistant, W&M, Summer 2017
Graduate Teaching & Research Assistant, W&M, Fall 2017-Present

Publications & Presentations

Angello, N.H. “Diels-Alder/retro-Diels-Alder Sequence for the Synthesis of 2-Pyridones from Diketopiperazines” 45th National Organic Chemistry Symposium, Davis, CA, June 2017. Poster Presentation.

Williamson, J.B.; Angello, N.H. “Domino Reactions Involving Dihydrooxazinone Precursors Affording Pyridone and Pyridine Products” 44th National Organic Chemistry Symposium, College Park, MD, June 2015. Poster Presentation.

Angello, N.H., Zhang, F. “Stereochemical Analysis” GS@IP Research Symposium, Manassas, VA, June 2014. Poster Presentation.

Angello, N.H., Saini, N. “Vegetable Oil Based Biodiesel Sources” GS@IP Research Symposium, Manassas, VA, June 2013. Poster Presentation.

Education & Career Objectives

Ph.D. in chemistry. Hope to synthesize a family of medicinally relevant natural product inspired chemicals.