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Iain Coldham is an organic chemist and Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Sheffield. He obtained his PhD from the University of Cambridge before relocating to Austin, Texas in 1989 for postdoctoral research. His areas of study have included intramolecular trapping of episulfonium ions with amine nucleophiles and the use of triisopropylsilyl enol ethers in organic synthesis.
- 1991: Lecturer in Organic Chemistry - University of Exeter
- 1998: Senior Lecturer in organic Chemistry - University of Exeter
- 2003: Reader in Organic Chemistry - University of Sheffield
- 2008: Professor of Organic Chemistry - University of Sheffield
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