Dr. Bedore began his industrial career as a scientist at Kalexsyn in 2010 and was promoted to Associate Director of Chemistry in 2016. After receiving a B.S. in chemistry from Miami University in 2003 he attended The Ohio State University for his graduate work. Under the supervision of Prof. Leo Paquette he studied natural product synthesis focusing on the construction of Amphidinol 3, a dinoflagellate derived polyketide with potent antifungal and hemolytic activities. Upon receiving his Ph.D. in 2008, Dr. Bedore moved to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he began postdoctoral work with Prof. Tim Jamison. In his time at MIT, he expanded the emerging field of flow chemistry developing efficient processes for beta-amino alcohol formation, glycosylation of nucleosides, and photochemical deoxygenations in flow. Since his arrival at Kalexsyn, Dr. Bedore has worked on a broad range of projects spanning carbohydrate, steroid, medicinal, and early process development chemistry.