Meet the team

EcoSynth is a chemistry-based company with scientists who have a passion for organic chemistry. The team of EcoSynth exists of experienced chemists with a broad array of skills, knowledge and experience.


The daily operations of specific domains in our service and R&D activities are headed by:


Dr. Diégo Collin

 (Project leader COSTA/Flow technology)

Diégo Collin graduated in chemistry from the University of Liège, Belgium in 2017. During his first MSc year, 2015, he spent a semester as ERASMUS student at Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland). Back in Liège, for his master thesis, he combined synthetic organic chemistry at CiTOS and crystallisation process at Université Catholique de Louvain. Next, he crossed the English Channel for his PhD and joined the group of Professor Bruno Linclau at the University of Southampton (UK), where he started research on cubane functionalisation involving the use of flow technologies, photochemistry, and electrochemistry. 


Bram Bode

(Project leader Custom Synthesis)

Bram Bode graduated as Master in Chemistry at Ghent University in 2017. For his master thesis, he joined the Organic Synthesis group of Prof. Johan Winne. He did research into the intramolecular (4+3)-cycloaddition reaction for the synthesis towards the cyathane scaffold. In April 2019, he joined Ecosynth as Organic chemist and was involved in several custom synthesis projects.


Ruben Dangreau

(Lab manager)

Ruben Dangreau graduated “Magna Cum Laude” in 2011 from KHBO in Ostend as Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. During his internship at EcoSynth he was performing photochemical synthesis in a tubular flow reactor. After graduation, he joined the team of EcoSynth as a synthetic/process chemist. Nowadays, he is also responsible for coordinating the daily operation of the lab.

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