LT JACOB LOMAN, M.S.
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Lieutenant Loman earned a B.S. in Marine and Environmental Science from the Coast Guard Academy in 2010. After graduation, he served as a Deck Watch Officer aboard USCGC Willow (WLB 202) in Newport, Rhode Island. In 2012, he transferred to USCGC Orcas (WPB 1327) in Coos Bay, Oregon, where he served as Executive Officer. From 2014 to 2016, LT Loman completed a M.S. in Chemistry at the University of Connecticut, along with a Certificate in College Instruction. He joined the faculty at the Coast Guard Academy in 2016. His research at UCONN focused on Organic Synthesis and Green Chemistry, specifically expanding the scope of oxidation reactions using a green oxoammonium salt.
- University of Connecticut, M.S., Chemistry, 2016
- University of Connecticut, Certificate in College Instruction, 2016
- U.S. Coast Guard Academy, B.S., Marine and Environmental Science, 2010
- Loman, J.J.; Pistritto, V.A.; Kelly, C.B.; Leadbeater, N.E. (2016). “Oxidative Cleavage of Silyl Ethers by an Oxoammonium Salt.” Synlett 27: 2372-2377.
- Loman, J.J.; Carnaghan, E.R.; Hamlin, T.A.; Ovian, J.M.; Kelly, C.B.; Mercadante, M.A.; Leadbeater, N.E. (2016). “A Combined Computational and Experimental Investigation of the Oxidative Ring-Opening of Cyclic Ethers by Oxoammonium Cations.” Org. Biomol. Chem. 14: 3883-3888.