CORGI Organic division

The Organic Chemistry Division of the Chemical Institute of Canada brings together members in the field of Organic Chemistry.

The goals of our Canadian Organic Invitational (CORGI) seminar series are: 

  • Foster community and sharing of expertise among Organic Chemistry Division members
  • Provide a platform for researchers in academia, industry, and non-traditional careers to communicate their work to the broader chemistry community
  • Increase the visibility of students, postdoctoral researchers, and early-career faculty, particularly those from traditionally marginalized groups 
  • Create a welcoming atmosphere that will encourage thoughtful discussions on cutting-edge organic chemistry research

How to join:

  • Once you have registered for the seminar series, you will receive a unique link to access the webinar. Please do not distribute this link.
  • Registration will be confirmed for all upcoming sessions.

Upcoming events & speakers

Past events

Thursday, Apr 4, 2024, 2:00 PM (ET)
CORGI Virtual Seminar: Apr 4, 2023
CORGI Organic division
  • Cathy Crudden
    Queen's University
  • Madeline Deem
    Merck
Thursday, Mar 7, 2024, 2:00 PM (ET)
CORGI Virtual Seminar: Mar 7, 2023
CORGI Organic division
  • Graham Murphy
    University of Waterloo
  • Michael Doyle
    University of Alberta
Thursday, Feb 1, 2024, 2:00 PM (ET)
CORGI Virtual Seminar: Feb 1, 2024
CORGI Organic division
  • Dennis Hall
    University of Alberta
  • Julia Turner
    University of Toronto
Thursday, Dec 7, 2023, 2:00 PM (ET)
CORGI Virtual Seminar: Dec 7, 2023
CORGI Organic division
  • Rebecca Green
    Bristol Myers Squibb
  • Cuihan Zhou
    McGill University

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Contact the Organizer

Marc J. Adler 
Toronto Metropolitan University

Mathieu Frenette
Université du Québec à Montréal

Huck Grover
Memorial University

Kaitlin Isfeld
University of Manitoba

Christine Le
York University

David Leitch
University of Victoria

Curtis Rieder
Gilead Sciences