After the abroad exchange studies in Irvine, Mr. Ehnbom returned to Sweden, to Lund University, where he worked with gold (I) catalysis in the group ofProfessor Ola F. Wendt(2013) which resulted in Mr. Ehnbom's Master's Degree. Mr. Ehnbom then worked as a project researcher in the Somfai group withProfessor Peter Somfai, focusing on photoredox catalysis and authoring a book chapter inOrganic Reactionswith the title "Aziridination of Alkenes using Nitrene Transfer Reagents".
Since June 2015, Mr. Ehnbom is doing his doctoral studies in the laboratory ofProfessor John A. Gladyszjoint withProfessor Michael B. HallatTexas A&M University, with an ultimate goal to develop Werner complexes as a powerful, broadly applicable, and readily available new class of catalysts for enantioselective organic synthesis, and to study these systems using computational tools. In 2018 Mr. Ehnbom received a predoctoral von Humboldt fellowship to visit RWTH Aachen (host ProfessorCarsten Bolm). Andreas was selected as a CAS SciFinder Future Leader in 2019.