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Alan Heathcock • Spinetinglers Magazine, Best Short Story Collection (2012)
Clayton Heathcock In addition to his research and teaching accomplishments, Clayton Heathcock has contributed to the chemical community by serving as chairman of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society (ACS), chairman of the National Institutes of Health Medicinal Chemistry Study Section, chairman of the Gordon Research Conference on Stereochemistry, chair of the Chemistry Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Editor-in Chief of the journals Organic Syntheses and the Journal of Organic Chemistry.
Heathcock Peak Heathcock Peak () is a peak, high, located in the eastern part of the Caloplaca Hills in Antarctica and overlooking the western edge of Reedy Glacier. It was mapped by the United States Geological Survey from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–64, and was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names for Joe D. Heathcock, a builder at Byrd Station in 1962.
Jeff Heathcock Ronald Jeffrey "Jeff" Heathcock (born November 18, 1959 in Covina, California) is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. Heathcock played for the Houston Astros for four years, , , , and .
Alan Heathcock Heathcock's first collection of short fiction, "VOLT", was published with Graywolf Press in 2011. "VOLT" was selected as an Editor's Pick for both The New York Times Book Review and "The Oxford American"; a finalist for the Barnes & Noble Discover Award, as well as hailed by many critics as one of the best books of 2011, including "Publishers Weekly", the "Chicago Tribune", Salon.com, and "GQ". "VOLT" also includes the story "Peacekeeper," which first appeared in the Fall 2005 issue of the "Virginia Quarterly Review", and won Heathcock a National Magazine Award in 2006.
Alan Heathcock • Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Carol Houck Fellowship in Fiction (2009)
Clayton Heathcock Clayton Heathcock received his B.Sc. in chemistry in 1958 from Abilene Christian University and a Ph.D in organic chemistry in 1963 from the University of Colorado. His graduate work was carried out under the direction of Alfred Hassner and dealt with the synthesis of steroidal heterocycles. He then completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Gilbert Stork at Columbia University. In 1964, he joined the faculty at UC Berkeley where he is currently Professor in the Graduate School and Dean of the College of Chemistry.
Alan Heathcock • Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Shane Stevens Fellowship in Fiction (2011)
Clayton Heathcock Clayton Heathcock is an organic chemist, Professor of Chemistry, and Dean of the College of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. Professor Heathcock is well known for his accomplishments in the synthesis of complex polycyclic natural products and for his contributions to the chemistry community. In 1995 he became a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
Clayton Heathcock Heathcock is known for tackling the chemical synthesis of complex, polycyclic natural products, often possessing unusual biological activity including "Daphniphyllum" alkaloids, altohyrtin, zaragozic acid, spongistatins, and many others. He has also developed novel methodology for organic synthesis such as a modification of the Evans aldol reaction.