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Timothy F. Jamison

Department Head and Robert R. Taylor Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

77 Massachusetts Avenue 9-343

Cambridge, Massachusetts,02139

United States

Company Description

The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. MIT is dedicated to providing its students with an education that combines... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President

Snapdragon Chemistry, Inc.


Department Head

MIT


Summer Research Assistant

Eastman Kodak Company


Manufacturing

Novartis AG


Affiliations

Zaiput Flow Technologies

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Paraza Pharma Inc

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Journal of Flow Chemistry

International Advisory Board


Advanced Synthesis

Academic Advisory Board


SAB

Member


Education

Bachelor's degree

University of California , Berkeley


Ph.D.

Harvard University


Web References(71 Total References)


Advisors | Zaiput Flow Technologies

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Timothy F. Jamison, Ph.D.
Dr. Jamison is a Full Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Co-Founder and Scientific Advisor of Snapdragon Chemistry. He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D. from Harvard University. Professor Jamison has received of numerous honors and awards in recognition of his research contributions, including the American Chemical Society Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award, the JSPS Invitation Fellowship, the Sloan Research Fellowship, the GlaxoSmithKline Scholar Award, the Amgen Young Investigator Award, the Boehringer Ingelheim New Investigator Award, National Science Foundation CAREER Award, and the 3M Innovation Award. In addition to this, Professor Jamison serves on the International Advisory Board for the Journal of Flow Chemistry and on the Academic Advisory Board for Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis. The research in Professor Jamison's group focuses on discovering and developing new methods for synthesizing organic molecules. Professor Jamison has published over 100 research articles and 15 patents.


Advisors | Zaiput Flow Technologies

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Timothy F. Jamison, Ph.D.
Dr. Jamison is the Founder, CEO, and President at Snapdragon Chemistry. He is also a Full Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He received his Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Ph.D. from Harvard University. Professor Jamison has received of numerous honors and awards in recognition of his research contributions, including the American Chemical Society Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award, the JSPS Invitation Fellowship, the Sloan Research Fellowship, the GlaxoSmithKline Scholar Award, the Amgen Young Investigator Award, the Boehringer Ingelheim New Investigator Award, National Science Foundation CAREER Award, and the 3M Innovation Award. In addition to this, Professor Jamison serves on the International Advisory Board for the Journal of Flow Chemistry and on the Academic Advisory Board for Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis. The research in Professor Jamison's group focuses on discovering and developing new methods for synthesizing organic molecules. Professor Jamison has published over 100 research articles and 15 patents.


NESACS - Current Events - Seminar Calendar

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Professor Timothy F. Jamison (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
"Synthesis Design Through the Lens Flow of Chemistry."


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¡°While the industry as a whole is in the early stages of adopting flow chemistry for small-molecule API manufacturing, the early adopters and fast followers not only recognize that flow chemistry is the future of manufacturing, but also believe that they can implement it effectively,¡± asserts Tim Jamison, professor of chemistry and incoming department head at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and CEO of Snapdragon Chemistry, a new company dedicated to catalyzing the adoption of continuous flow synthesis. ¡°Ultimately, when these companies realize the many benefits of flow chemistry, including reduced operating costs, footprint, and capital expenditures combined with improved process efficiencies, control, and product quality, investors likely will modify their expectations and demand this increased value from the industry as a whole.
The rest of the industry will then have to scramble to catch up, and the early adopters and fast followers should reap the rewards of their forward-thinking actions. At that point, the entire industry--out of necessity to remain competitive--likely would shift its view on flow technology,¡± he explains. Jamison adds that the use of flow chemistry for photochemical and electrochemical reactions is also exciting, because these reaction classes are typically difficult to carry out and control and also challenging to translate from laboratory scale to pilot or manufacturing scale, but afford significant opportunities to access completely novel chemical scaffolds and greatly streamline current synthetic routes. ¡°By using flow chemistry to gain better control, predictability, and scalability for these reaction classes, chemists can increase their utilization, which will ultimately result in significant advances and broader adoption in the pharma industry,¡± Jamison states. This shift will not occur immediately, however, and there will likely be a short- to mid-term lack of human resource supply,¡± Jamison says. Although FDA representatives recently made a number of public comments in support of continuous manufacturing in the pharmaceutical industry, from a regulatory standpoint, there remains a need to develop clear, harmonized guidelines accepted across the various regulatory authorities that will facilitate the development of continuous manufacturing routes in a manner that guarantees a consistent way to monitor/regulate their output, according to Jamison. Snapdragon Chemistry¡ªa new company launched in early May 2015 by CEO Tim Jamison, a professor of chemistry and incoming department head at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), with Boston University assistant professor of chemistry Aaron Beeler¡ªintends to provide drug companies with assistance in developing flow chemistry strategies and systems. ¡°Snapdragon Chemistry has the capability to help a drug-maker from end-to-end in implementing continuous flow manufacturing,¡± Jamison says. Snapdragon Chemistry has already formed partnerships with companies, such as drug-discovery service provider Paraza Pharma and equipment manufacturer Zaiput Flow Technologies, to bring the most innovative and effective continuous flow solutions to clients, according to Jamison.


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Timothy Jamison, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


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