Alison Narayan, Ph.D.
March 29, 2019

Alison Narayan, Ph.D., is one of only two researchers nationwide to be named both a 2019 Sloan Research Fellow and a 2019 Cottrell Scholar Award recipient. Taken together, these two awards illustrate Narayan’s passion for advancing bold, new approaches to  chemistry within her lab and within in undergraduate classrooms where she can help shape the next generation of innovative chemists.

 

February 20, 2019

LSI faculty member Alison Narayan was one of three U-M professors to be named a 2019 Cottrell Scholar.

Alison Narayan
February 19, 2019

LSI faculty member Alison Narayan was one of three U-M professors to be named a 2019 Sloan Research Fellow.

Jonathan Nelson
February 15, 2019

LSI Outreach Awards recognize the value of our community members' efforts to connect research, teaching and service to the public

LSI building
December 31, 2017

A round-up of media stories about LSI research and researchers from 2017.

Colorful chemistry structure
November 13, 2017

How enzyme catalysts can overcome the flaws of an important synthetic chemical process 

Alison Narayan
March 20, 2017

The LSI's newest faculty member, Alison Narayan, Ph.D., is the first recipient of a Klatskin-Sutker Discovery Fund award, which will fuel the development of a library of bioactive molecules to support the search for new antibiotics, antivirals and anti-parasitic agents.

LSI building
December 31, 2016

A round-up of media stories about LSI research and researchers from 2016.

Dried pufferfish hanging in office
December 14, 2015

The newest member of the LSI faculty aims to bridge the gap between the powerful chemistry developed over millions of years of evolution by bacteria, fungi and other natural organisms, and cutting-edge synthetic chemistry techniques.