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Curriculum Vitae - Lars Erik Andreas Ehnbom
Fall 06 - Spring 13 Undergraduate studies in chemistry at Lund University, Sweden.
M.Sc. obtained in Organometallics under 2013 working with Professor Ola F. Wendt. See enclosed course record with transcript of grades.
B.Sc. completed in organic chemistry under supervision of Professor Kenneth Wärnmark.
Fall 11 – Spring 12 Exchange Abroad Program Student at University of California in Irvine (UCI),
Undergraduate studies in chemistry as well as chemical research in the field of organometallics under supervision of Professor Suzanne A. Blum. Achieved a final GPA of 3.92, summa cum laude
(maximum = 4.00,)
Fall 03 - Spring 06 Secondary Education: Natural Sciences, Katedralskolan in Lund with a final
mean score of 17.7 (maximum = 20.0) over 31 courses, and with an award in English for excellency.
Diploma Work (MSc) completion March 2013, under supervision of Dr. André Fleckhaus in the research lab of Professor Ola F. Wendt in Organometallics.
Objective: Synthesis of N-heterocyclic gold (I) complexes for further investigation
on reactivity with aryl halides and other electrophiles in a kinetic study.
Spring 12 - Fall 12 Junior Specialist working under supervision of Professor Suzanne A. Blum at
Objective: Development of a new single-molecule technique to image catalytic
reactions at individual transition metal centers using a developed Heck-catalyzed reaction. These single-molecule techniques are part of a big picture, a ground breaking project to change the way chemists think about studying chemical reaction mechanisms: by actually watching reactions live, one molecule at a time. An excellent platform for testing new mechanistic hypotheses, and for building a fundamental understanding of metal-based reactivity.
Research project under supervision of Professor Selwyn Mapolie at Stellenbosch University.
Objective: Continuation of the research project started in E. Nordlanders group, synthesis of chloroquine derivative d-block metal complexes with primary focus on palladium (II) based complexes. The work was completed with a research presentation.
Research Project under supervision of Dr. Graeme Hogarth at University College London (UCL).
Objective: Synthesis of chloroquine derivative d-block metal complexes and primarily using Rh, Co and Ru as metal centre. Additionally, attempting to form new dithiocarbamate complexes using a modified ligand. The work was finished
with an oral presentation, which also provided practise by presenting research in an understandable way for a wide audience.
Sum. 09 - Spring 10 Research Project under supervision of Dr. Ebbe Nordlander at Lund University.
Objective: Investigation of potential antimalarial agents, a project that spanned over the field of both organic and inorganic chemistry. A new chloroquine derivative ligand was synthesized which later showed high antimalarial activity in in vitro studies. It was used to make new chloroquine derivative d-block metal complexes, mainly with nickel and platinum. The research was later published and the work was also completed with a written report and a research talk.
Research Project (B.Sc.) under supervision of Professor Kenneth Wärnmark, Lund University
Objective: Synthesis of various starting materials for salen and porphyrine intermediates in attempt to form the final supramolecular catalyst. The work was finalized with a written report.
GE Healthcare, Staffanstorp, contact person: Dr. Li Nilsson
Objective: Two weeks internship as a part of a school job event ”PRAO”. Laboratory work included synthesis of dextrane and work in clean lab environment with microbiological agents.
Lotta Glans, Andreas Ehnbom, Carmen de Kock, Alberto Martínez, Jesús
Estrada, Peter J. Smith, Matti Haukka, Roberto A. Sánchez-Delgado and Ebbe
Nordlander, Ruthenium(II) arene complexes with chelating chloroquine analogue
ligands: Synthesis, characterization and in vitro antimalarial activity, Dalton
, 41, 2764-2773. DOI: 10.1039/C2DT12083F, Paper
Supplemental Instructor in undergraduate organic chemistry
Teaching Assistant in undergraduate organic chemistry course
Creating lecture material in physical chemistry (electronic spectroscopy) in collaboration with Professor Rachel Martin (UCI)
Chemistry Outreach, Chemical demonstrations for 6 – 8th graders under supervision of Prof. Dr. James S. Nowick (UCI)
Fall 08 - Spring 10 Supplemental Instructor (Teaching Assistant) in fundamental chemistry, covering
the fields of general, inorganic- and organic chemistry, Lund University.
Fall 09 - Spring 10 Mentoring fundamental courses in organic, inorganic and general chemistry for
students with neurophyciatric disabilities, Lund University.
Spring 08 - Fall 09 Mentoring for a disabled high school student in chemistry, Lund University.
Awards, Prizes and Recognitions
Fall 11 Spring 12
University of California in Irvine Dean’s Honor List recipient for receiving a quarterly GPA of 3.5 or higher, each of the three quarters of studies.
Awarded the Department of Chemistry MAPS faculty Deans’ summer scholarship, enabling research in the laboratory of Dr. Graeme Hogarth at UCL.
Achievement in Chemistry Prize 2009, Oxford University Press.
Third place in “the Innovation Project” hosted by Faculty of Engineering (LTH) at Lund University, for a project work in chemistry, “Development of an Environmental Anti Dandruff Shampoo.”
Research Policy Assignments and Membership in Scientific Societies
Spring 12 -
Member of The American Chemical Society (ACS)
Illustrator for a textbook on Molecular Biophysics by Professor and Chair member of the Nobel Prize committee Dr. Anders Liljas (released summer 2013)
Spring 09 - Fall 11 Safety representative and Member of the Board for Health, Environment and
Safety (HMS) at the Chemical Centre, Lund University.
Member of the Swedish Chemical Society, section for Organic chemistry
Chair of the Chemistry Student Union “KERUB,” Lund University.
Spring 07 - Fall 07 Member of the Board of Education in Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Department
Written and spoken fluently. Completion of IELTS (International English Language Testing System) academic test 2011. Additionally, completed the course CAE Certificate of Advance English” as a part of high school education 2006.
Speaking and writing, basic. Exchange studies during high school.
All references below are chronological ordered including a short description of their function.
Additionally, all certificates are available upon request.
Professor Suzanne A. Blum: Supervisor for research project at University of California, Irvine: +1-(949)-824-8178,
Professor James S. Nowick: supervisor for the Chemistry Outreach teaching project, University of California, Irvine: +1-(949)-824-6091,
Professor Rachel W. Martin: Contact person for the physical chemistry lectures, University of California, Irvine: +1-(949)-824-7959,
Professor Selwyn Mapolie: Supervisor for research project at Stellenbosch University, South Africa: +27-(0)21-808-2722,
Reader in Chemistry Dr. Graeme Hogarth, Supervisor for research project at University College London: +44-(0)20-7679-46-64,
Professor Anders Liljas,: Contact person for illustrations in the upcoming textbook on Molecular Biophysics, Lund University: +46-247-10-730, +46-(0)703-491-622,
Associate Professor Ebbe Nordlander: Supervisor for research project concerning antimalarials, Lund Universit
Professor Kenneth Wärnmark: Supervisor for research project (B.Sc.), Lund University: +46-
Ingrid Åberg: Coordinator for students with disabilities at Lund University.
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