Dr. John Warner

President, Chief Technology Officer, Board of Directors

John is the recipient of the 2014 Perkin Medal, widely acknowledged as the highest honor in American Industrial Chemistry. He received his BS in Chemistry from UMASS Boston, and his PhD in Chemistry from Princeton University. After working at the Polaroid Corporation for nearly a decade, he then served as tenured full professor at UMASS Boston and Lowell (Chemistry and Plastics Engineering). In 2007 he founded the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC (A research organization developing green chemistry technologies) where he serves as President and Chief Technology Officer, and Beyond Benign (a non-profit dedicated to sustainability and green chemistry education). He is one of the founders of the field of Green Chemistry, co-authoring the defining text Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice with Paul Anastas. He has published over 250 patents, papers and books. His recent work in the fields of pharmaceuticals, personal care products, solar energy and construction and paving materials are examples of how green chemistry principles can be immediately incorporated into commercially relevant applications. Warner received The 2004 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Mentoring (considered one of the highest awards for US science education), the American Institute of Chemistry’s Northeast Division’s Distinguished Chemist of the Year for 2002 and the Council of Science Society President’s 2008 Leadership award. Warner was named by ICIS as one of the most influential people impacting the global chemical industries. In 2011 he was elected a Fellow of the American Chemical Society and named one of “25 Visionaries Changing the World” by Utne Reader.

Dr. David Constable

Science Director

David Constable, Ph.D., has been the Director of the ACS-Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI) in Washington, D.C., since January 2013. The mission of ACS GCI is to catalyze and enable the implementation of green chemistry and engineering throughout the global chemistry enterprise. From September 2011 to January 2013, Constable was owner and principal at Sustainability Foresights, LLC, a consulting firm that assisted companies with sustainability; sustainable and green chemistry; energy; and environment, safety, and health (ESH) programs. Prior to that, he was with Lockheed Martin as the corporate vice president of energy, environment, safety, and health. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Constable was the director of operational sustainability in the Corporate ESH Department at GlaxoSmithKline. In that global role, he led GlaxoSmithKline’s development of sustainability-based programs, systems, tools and methodologies.  Prior to joining SmithKline Beecham, Constable served as Group Leader of the SHEA Analytical Services group at ICI Americas. Constable has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and B.S. in Environmental Sciences, Air and Water Pollution. .

Prof. Girish Sahani

Director General

Contributions in the area of protein cardiovascular drugs especially ‘clot busters’ and their mode of action in the human body. Lead teams responsible for producing technology for India’s first indigenous clot bluster drug, natural streptokinase (under brand name ‘STPase’ marketed by Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Ahmedabad), and recombinant streptokinase (produced by Shasun Drugs, Chennai) marketed as several brand names eg.‘Klotbuster’ (Alembic) and ‘LupiFlo’ (Lupin). Developed a novel life-saver thrombolytic drug (Clot-specific streptokinase) India’s first bio therapeutic molecule which is not a Biosimilar that has been patented world wide, and licensed to a US Pharma company in 2006. Commercial launch expected 2016. Recently, developed Fourth-generation ‘Anti-thrombotic’ clot busters that have been out-licensed in multi-million dollar deals.. .

Prof. C J Lee

Professor (E.B. Eddy Chair), Canada Research Chair (Tier I) in Green/Organic Chemistry

David Constable, Ph.D., has been the Director of the ACS-Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI) in Washington, D.C., since January 2013. The mission of ACS GCI is to catalyze and enable the implementation of green chemistry and engineering throughout the global chemistry enterprise. From September 2011 to January 2013, Constable was owner and principal at Sustainability Foresights, LLC, a consulting firm that assisted companies with sustainability; sustainable and green chemistry; energy; and environment, safety, and health (ESH) programs. Prior to that, he was with Lockheed Martin as the corporate vice president of energy, environment, safety, and health. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Constable was the director of operational sustainability in the Corporate ESH Department at GlaxoSmithKline. In that global role, he led GlaxoSmithKline’s development of sustainability-based programs, systems, tools and methodologies.  Prior to joining SmithKline Beecham, Constable served as Group Leader of the SHEA Analytical Services group at ICI Americas. Constable has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and B.S. in Environmental Sciences, Air and Water Pollution. .

Dr. Ashutosh Agarwal

Chief Scientific Officer

David Constable, Ph.D., has been the Director of the ACS-Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI) in Washington, D.C., since January 2013. The mission of ACS GCI is to catalyze and enable the implementation of green chemistry and engineering throughout the global chemistry enterprise. From September 2011 to January 2013, Constable was owner and principal at Sustainability Foresights, LLC, a consulting firm that assisted companies with sustainability; sustainable and green chemistry; energy; and environment, safety, and health (ESH) programs. Prior to that, he was with Lockheed Martin as the corporate vice president of energy, environment, safety, and health. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Constable was the director of operational sustainability in the Corporate ESH Department at GlaxoSmithKline. In that global role, he led GlaxoSmithKline’s development of sustainability-based programs, systems, tools and methodologies.  Prior to joining SmithKline Beecham, Constable served as Group Leader of the SHEA Analytical Services group at ICI Americas. Constable has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and B.S. in Environmental Sciences, Air and Water Pollution. .

Prof. C. Oliver Kappe

University of Graz, Institute of Chemistry

C. Oliver Kappe is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Graz (Austria) and Key Researcher at the Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmbH (RCPE). He received his diploma (1989) and his doctoral (1992) degrees in organic chemistry from the University of Graz where he worked with Gert Kollenz on cycloaddition and rearrangement reactions of acylketenes. After periods of postdoctoral research work on reactive intermediates and matrix isolation spectroscopy with Curt Wentrup at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia (1993-1994) and on synthetic methodology/alkaloid synthesis with Albert Padwa at Emory University in Atlanta, USA (1994-1996), he moved back to the University of Graz in 1996 to start his independent academic career. He obtained his „Habilitation“ in 1998 in organic chemistry and was appointed Associate Professor in 1999. From 2011 till 2016 he held the position of Professor of „Technology of Organic Synthesis“ (Organische Synthesetechnologie) at the Institute of Chemistry at the University of Graz. He has spent time as visiting scientist/professor at e.g. the Scripps Research Institute (La Jolla, USA, K. Barry Sharpless, 2003), the Toyko Institute of Technology (Toyko, Japan, T. Takahashi, 2008), the Sanford-Burnham Institute for Medical Research (Orlando, USA, 2010) and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2013-2015). Professor Kappe has an extensive general experience and a 25 year track record in synthetic and physical organic chemistry, process intensification using batch microwave technology and flow chemistry/microreaction technology, communicated in ~380 scientific publications  (Research ID, WoS h-Index 69). For the past decade the focus of his research has been directed towards flow chemistry/microreaction technology, encompassing a wide variety of synthetic transformations and experimental techniques. His research group is actively involved in projects dealing with API synthesis and manufacturing, employing a number of different enabling and process intensification technologies. For his innovative work in microwave chemistry he received the 2004 Prous Science Award from the European Federation for Medicinal Chemistry and the 2010 100.000 € Houska Prize in addition to a number of other awards. In 2015 he was named Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. C. Oliver Kappe is the Founding Editor and current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Flow Chemistry and a board member of the Flow Chemistry Society.. .

Dr. Michel PHILIPPE

L’Oréal Fellow; Sustainable Innovation Manager

Design and Development of new Sugar derivatives and new Sphingolipids launched on the market for hair and skin care Synthesis of new C-Glycoside surfactants Implementation of Green Chemistry Principles at L’Oréal since 2005 Participation in the drafting of a new ISO Standard on Natural & Organic ingredients in cosmetics (ISO 16128) .

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