Dr. Arthur J. Catino
NIH Postdoctoral Fellow (Advisor: Prof. David A. Evans)
Jan 2007 - Jan 2010
University of Maryland
Ph.D. Chemistry (Advisor: Prof. Michael P. Doyle)
Franklin & Marshall College
B.A. Chemistry with Honors (Advisor: Prof. Phyllis A. Leber)
Arthur J. Catino grew up in the Anthracite Coal Region of Central Pennsylvania where he graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes Regional High School. He received his undergraduate degree in chemistry with Honors from Franklin & Marshall College in 2000 working in with Professor Phyllis Leber. He then obtained his Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Michael Doyle at the University of Maryland in 2006 during which time he discovered a number of catalytic processes for C-H and C=C bond functionalization using dirhodium complexes. In 2007 he joined the laboratory of Professor David A. Evans at Harvard University as a National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow working on the synthesis of phorbol. In 2010 he was promoted to a Research Associate at Harvard University. In 2013 he joined the faculty at the University of Scranton.