Group Members


Tanatorn Khotavivattana (Plum) was born in Bangkok, Thailand. He joined the group as a Part II student, working on photoredox catalysed trifluoromethylation. Outside the lab, he spends his free time cooking and baking. Plum has been awarded one of the three 2014 SCI scholarships. More about Plum


Nicholas Taylor (Nick) completed his MChem at the University of York, where he worked on palladium-catalysed alkenylation of enolates with Professor Richard Taylor. He is now a DPhil student at Magdalen College and is currently working on methods for the fluorination of heterocycles. In his free time, he enjoys playing the cornet in brass bands.
Gregor Cremosnik is the RADIOMI ESR2/DPhil student. He completed his Master studies at the University of Zurich, Switzerland where he worked on iterative phosphorylation with Dr. Henning Jessen. In January 2014 he joined the Gouverneur group for this DPhil studies. Currently, he is working on late stage fluorination and radiolabling. Outside the lab Gregor enjoys doing a lot of sports, especially judo, and exploring the world underwater.