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  • Abell Group - Research interests cover pantothenate biosynthesis and chemistry and enzymology of the shikimate pathway. Includes research profile, group members publications list and contact details.
  • Adronov Group - Research interests include the synthesis of novel polymer architectures, functionalization of carbon nanotubes and supramolecular polymer chemistry. Includes research interests, a publications list, group news, group members and contact information and a links page.
  • Ananikov Research Group - Physical and organic chemistry group with research interests broadly divided into catalysis and organic synthesis, theoretical calculations and development of experimental techniques in NMR. Includes a research overview, a list of publications and a list of group members.
  • Bagchi Group - Theoretical chemical physics/physical chemistry group, research is focused on time dependent statistical dynamics and its application to a wide variety of problems. Includes group members, research interests, publications list and contact information.
  • Baiker Group - Research lies in heterogeneous catalysis for fine chemical synthesis. News and events, group lists, publications and research overviews are available as well as positions vacant and a page of relevant links.
  • Balch Group - Research interests cover a broad areas of bioinorganic chemistry and catalysis. Research areas are discussed along with publications list and group lists of past and present members.
  • Bernstein Group - Research interests include the study of intermolecular interactions and their effects on molecular properties and behavior. Research interests are outlined along with a publications list, a group member list is also available. There is also a list of links to pages within the institution and details of job application procedure.
  • Bertozzi Group - Bioorganic chemistry group with interests in cell adhesion and cell surface recognition. A biography of Carolyn Bertozzi is presented along with a publications list. A detailed discussion of research interests is available along with group lists and photo gallery.
  • Bluemel Group - The research covers immobilization of catalysts with phosphine linkers, surface organometallic chemistry and solid-state NMR spectroscopy. A C.V of Janet Bluemel along with a publications list and a detailed presentation of research interests is given.
  • Bode Group - This group specializes in synthetic organic chemistry and organic methodology development with applications in reaction discovery, molecular biology and materials science. Group news and events are updated regularly along with research profile, publications list and group member listing.
  • Bowser Group - Biotechnology laboratory specializing in bioanalytical chemistry, specifically neuromessenger monitoring and in-vitro evolution of functional biomolecules. A list of people and contact information is available along with a list of publications.
  • Brunet Group - The "Sulfides and Oxides" research group with specific applications in petroleum refining and fluorine chemistry. The group has academic and industrial partnerships which are detailed along with publications and a personnel list.
  • CaRLa - Catalysis Research Laboratory - BASF supported research laboratory at university of Heidelberg. Research is conducted into a wide array of catalysis based applications. A large team of researchers are listed along with an overview of research conducted within the laboratory.
  • Carbery Research Group - The research themes are primarily organic synthesis in nature. Some of the particular topics cover helicity, organocatalysis, asymmetric synthesis, target orientated synthesis and development of new methodologies.
  • Cataflu.or - The project proposes a new domino reaction based on an organocatalytic approach to the synthesis of new Tamiflu derivatives.
  • Chemical Sciences Division - Carries out both basic and applied research. The full range of physical, inorganic and organic chemistry disciplines is represented. Emphasis is given to analytical chemistry, and the specialty areas of radiochemistry, geochemistry and materials chemistry are well represented.
  • Chemometrics Group Silesia - Research is carried out in many areas of chemometrics including signal processing and data mining. This research is both fundamental and applied with applications in analytical chemistry including spectroscopy and chromatography. Includes Research topics, publications and group lists. A range of software developed by the group is available for download.
  • Dalton Group - Interdisciplinary research into materials chemistry with specific emphasis on electronic, electro-optic, and nonlinear optical materials along with nanoscale materials and nanoconstruction. A detailed research profile is available along with a full list of publications.
  • Davis Group - Synthetic methodology. Molecular recognition. Supramolecular chemistry. Catalysis. Computer-aided molecular design.
  • DeGrado Research Group - Biophysics and protein research at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Deck Group - Organometallic chemistry aiming at making interesting and useful contributions to the frontiers of chemistry at the complex four-way intersection of organometallic, physical organic, polymer, and organofluorine chemistry.
  • Deiters Group - Biological Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, DNA and RNA Chemistry, Photochemistry.
  • DiSalvo Group - Extended solids based on metal clusters. Chemistry of ternary nitrides. Thermoelectric coolers.
  • Division of Applied Radiation Chemistry - Part of the Technical Institute of Lodz. Studies theory of radiation crosslinking and other aspects of related reactions. Includes information on group members, list of publications, information on the area and list of instrumentation available.
  • Dmochowski Group - Biochemical and chemical biology group developing small molecules, proteins and spectroscopic techniques for studying complex biomolecular systems.
  • Dolphin Group - Porphyrin chemistry and organic synthesis at The University of British Columbia.
  • Dovichi Group - Laser based microchemical analysis, capillary separation techniques, bioanalytical chemistry.
  • Dupas Group - Synthesis of biomimetic models of NADH and the molecular recognition of acids and amines.
  • Dutta Group - Harsh environment sensor development, synthesis and photochemistry of microporous materials and atmospheric particle toxicity.
  • Dynamic Stereochemistry and Chirality Laboratory - Chiral HPLC separations. Data mining. Theoretical models of enantioselection. Synthesis of new chiral stationary phases.
  • Environmental Organic Chemistry and Technology Group - Environmental and analytical organic chemistry, odour nuisance, physical-chemical waste gas treatment, biological waste gas treatment, advanced oxidation technologies, membrane assisted processes, clean technology, and exergy.
  • Friend Group - Heterogeneous catalysis, nanostructure growth, environmental chemistry, laser-assisted materials processing, and chemical sensor technology.
  • Gordon Group - Deposition of thin films using alternating layer deposition and chemical vapor deposition.
  • Griesbeck Group - Photooxygenation of organic compounds. Photocycloaddition reactions: stereoselectivity and spinselectivity. Photodecarboxylation, photoisomerization, and photocyclization reactions of imides. Photochemical macrocyclization reactions. New photochemical reactors and technologies.
  • Grinstaff Group - Novel biomaterials.
  • Hamers Group - Interfacial architecture.
  • Hartgerink Group - Supramolecular chemistry. Autowiring nanocircuits. Self-assemblying ECM. Biomineralization.
  • Hilvert Group - Chemical biology.
  • Hites Group - Environmental chemistry.
  • Hudson Group - Molecular electronic and vibrational spectroscopy.
  • Huhnerfuss Group - Ecotoxicology, biota-analysis, water-analysis, sediment-analysis, remote sensing, and Langmuir monolayer.
  • Hutchison Group - New chemical building blocks. Green chemistry.
  • Institute for Computational and Molecular Science Temple University - Computational chemistry group Temple University headed by Prof. Michael L. Klein.
  • Jaekle Group - Research onorganometallic and polymer chemistry, lists group members, publications and recent collaborations.
  • Janda Group - Understanding molecules, clusters, liquids and solids from the most fundamental point of view and applying this to the problem of gas hydrates.
  • Jin Group - Materials chemistry research, with a focus on nano-scale materials.
  • Joullie Group - Organic synthesis, medicinal chemistry and natural product at The University of Pennsylvania.
  • Kahr Group - Chemical crystallography.
  • Kanie Group - Development of new methods to visualize single glycoprotein molecules based on its suface chemical properties.
  • Kohen Group - Enzymatic catalysis in biological systems.
  • Laboratory of Biotransformation - Integrates both chemical and biological disciplines, including chemical modifications and biotransformations.
  • Laser Flash Photolysis Group - Reactive organic intermediates in solid state (zeolites) and solution systems. Physical bio-organic chemistry and the examination of enzyme active-site/reactive-intermediate complexes.
  • Lee Group - Organic–inorganic materials. Transition metal catalysts. Bioinorganic modeling.
  • Liquid Crystal Group Hamburg - Chiral liquid crystals, organic materials and glycolipids. Access to LiqCryst database.
  • Matyjaszewski Group - Atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) and other methods of controlled radical polymerization (CRP).
  • McDevitt Group - Development of microchip sensors suitable for detection / quantification of acids, bases, salts, sugars, proteins, viruses, and DNA oligomers.
  • Meier Group - Renewable raw materials. Fats and oils. Polymers. Block-polymers. Living/controlled polymerization. Metathesis. Catalysis. Mass-spectrometry
  • Meyer Group - Supramolecular, organometallic and bioinorganic chemistry.
  • NIBIB: Radiochemistry Group - Researching biomedical applications of compounds labeled with the stable isotopes 2H, 13C, 15N, 17O and 18O.
  • Organometallic & Inorganic Chem Lab - Organometallic chemistry of f- and d-block transition metal complexes, chemistry of boron clusters, carboranes and metallacarboranes, homogenous catalysis and coordinative unsaturation, small molecule activation and polymer synthesis .
  • Palczewski Group - Lists current and former members, positions available, and contact information.
  • Percec Group - Single electron transfer living radical polymerization (SET-LRP). Rational design and synthesis of complex molecular, macromolecular, and supramolecular nonbiological systems that exhibit biological functions.
  • Piers Group - Synthetic and mechanistic organometallic chemistry, with interests in developing and understanding novel catalytic processes.
  • Reymond Group - Catalytic peptide dendrimers. Enzyme assays and fingerprints. Small molecule enzyme inhibitors.
  • Rienstra Group - Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, methods and applications to biomolecular structure determination.
  • Roach Group - Chemical biology. Enzyme chemistry. Radical intermediates. Novel enzyme inhibitors. Protein labelling technologies for proteomics and in vivo imaging applications. High throughput methods for measuring the interaction of biological molecules.
  • Roper Group - Microfluidic and bioanalytical chemistry.
  • Ross Group - Medicinal chemistry and drug delivery, focused on the development of drugs and delivery systems for the treatment of central nervous system (CNS) diseases. Development of novel prodrug linkages and the use of prodrugs to improve drug bioavailability and targeting.
  • Schreiber Group - Signal transduction pathways. PIK-related kinases and the histone deactylases (HDACs).
  • Schrock Group - Synthetic and mechanistic organotransition metal. Inorganic chemistry. Catalysis. Polymers.
  • Shevelkov Group - Synthesis, crystal and electronic structure, and properties of solid state supramolecular and cluster compounds.
  • Simmons Group - X-ray diffraction of cobalt/iron-dioxygen complexes and copper (II) Jahn-Teller complexes.
  • Smith Group - Natural product synthesis group at The University of Pennsylvania.
  • Strouse Group - Integrated design and optical spectroscopy of nanometer-scale materials.
  • Swager Group - Supramolecular and materials chemistry.
  • Taton Group - Nanobiotechnology: hybrid materials from nanoscale objects and biomolecules. Nanotube composites: aligning soft mesophases with hard nanostructures. Novel bioanalytical methods using nanoparticle-based materials.
  • The Grela's Group - Organometallic reactions and metathesies and their use in organic synthesis of natural products and pharmaceutically relevant compounds.
  • Theoretical Study of Reaction Mechanisms - Investigation of reaction mechanisms by non-empirical quantum mechanical methods.
  • Volkmer Group - Biomimetic and bioinorganic chemistry.
  • Waters Group - Noncovalent interactions and their effect on structural specificity and chemical reactivity.
  • Whitesides Research Group - Physical and organic chemistry, materials science, biophysics, complexity, surface science, microfluidics, self-assembly, micro- and nanotechnology, science for developing economies, origin of life, and cell-surface biochemistry.
  • Wright Group - Design of novel solids for use as shape-selective sorbents and catalysts.
  • York University Liquid Crystal Group - Self-organising and self-assembling materials which exhibit liquid crystal behaviour. Comprised from the individual groups of Professor John Goodby, Professor Duncan Bruce, Dr Martin Bates and Dr Avtar Matharu.
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  Hsung,  (Pharm) 
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  Landis,  (group) 
  Lynn,  (group) 
  Mahanthappa,  (group) 
  McMahon,  (group) 
  Mecozzi,  (Pharm) 
  Nelsen,  (group) 
  Raines,  (Biochem) 
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  Stahl,  (group) 
  Strieter,  (group) 
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Abreu Group (Popularity: 
Chemistry of natural products. Phytochemistry of medicinal plants. Pharmacognosy.

Aggarwal Group (Popularity: 
Development of new catalytic processes for asymmetric synthesis. Development of new methodology and its applications in synthesis. Total synthesis of ...

Amino Acids and Peptides Group (Popularity: 
Racemic synthesis of new constrained amino acids, chiral resolution using new stationary chiral phases, structural studies of model peptides and ...

Bailey Group (Popularity: 
Development of new synthetic methodology using novel main-group organometallic chemistry.

Baldwin Group (Popularity: 
Biomimetic and total synthesis, and beta-lactam biosynthesis.

Baran Laboratory (Popularity: 
Total synthesis.

Barbas Laboratory (Popularity: 
Catalytic antibodies, organocatalysis, protein-like DNA enzymes, therapeutic antibodies, molecular recognition of DNA by proteins, phage display.

Batey Group (Popularity: 
Organoboron chemistry. Transition metal and lanthanide catalysis. Cycloadditions. Reactive intermediates. Heterocycles and guanidines. Combinatorial chemistry.

Bode Group (Popularity: 
Development and applications of new organic reactions. Catalysis. Dynamic organic molecules. Bioorganic chemistry.

Bodwell Group (Popularity: 
Novel aromatics: nonplanar aromatic compounds, cyclophanes and molecular switches.

Boger Group (Popularity: 
Total synthesis of biologically active natural products, the development of new synthetic methods, heterocyclic chemistry, bioorganic and medicinal chemistry, combinatorial ...

Breslow Group (Popularity: 
Design and synthesis of new molecules with interesting properties.

Brook Group (Popularity: 
Silicon chemistry.

Buchwald Group (Popularity: 
Enantioselective reduction. Carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions. Carbon-heteroatom bond-forming processes. Design and utilization of new ligands. Applications in total synthesis.

Capretta Group (Popularity: 
Organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry, transition metal catalysis, organophosphorus chemistry, parallel synthesis, drug discovery.

Carbohydrate Chemistry Group (Popularity: 
Research interests are focussed on 1,3-dipolar cycloaditions and synthesis of neoglycoconjugates and glyco-cyclodextrins.

Carreira Group (Popularity: 
Asymmetric synthesis of biologically active, stereochemically complex, natural products.

Carter Group (Popularity: 
Synthesis of Azaspiracid, Amphidinolide B1, Vacidin A and TMC-95A.

Cook Group (Popularity: 
Electrophilic pi-allyl palladium complexes and nucleophilic sigma-allyl indium complexes.

Crich Group (Popularity: 
Synthesis of complex oligosaccharides. Chemistry of nucleotide C4' radicals. Green chemistry.

Baldwin Group
Biomimetic and total synthesis, and beta-lactam biosynthesis.

Curran Group
Development of radical methodology, fluorous tagging systems, and total synthesis.

Gilheany Group
Enantioselective synthesis, organophosphorus chemistry, organic chemistry of Main Group elements and the synthesis of medium rings and small multicyclic heterocycles.

Butkus Group
Stereoselective synthesis of bicyclic and polycyclic structures.

Dudley Group
Devise, develop, and apply new ideas in organic chemistry to the efficient synthesis of interesting molecules, particularly natural products with medicinal applications.

Harrowven Group
Research on natural product synthesis. Includes information on tandem and cascade reactions and new synthetic methods.

Ley Group
Combinatorial chemistry and the total synthesis of complex natural products.

Paterson Group
Provides information on research interests including the total synthesis of biologically active natural products. Lists recent publications and current group members.

Lobo-Prabhakar Group
Chemistry of natural products. Chemical carcinogenesis. Mechanisms of biologically important reactions. Synthesis of farmacologically active compounds. Hemisynthesis. Computational organic chemistry. Development of new synthetic methods and reagents for organic synthesis.

Fu Group
Synthetic organic and organometallic chemistry.

Evans Group
Useful information to the chemical community that is relevant to research and teaching activities.

Ellman Group
Design, synthesis, and evaluation of small molecule libraries. A particular emphasis is placed on therapeutically important receptor or enzyme classes that require the development of new combinatorial design strategies and/or synthesis chemistry.

Stoltz Group
Synthesis of biologicaly active and structurally complex natural products and the development of new reaction methodology.

Mulzer Group
Stereoselective organic reactions, synthesis of enantiomerically pure compounds and natural product syntheses.

Nicolau Group
Research is focused on the chemistry, biology, and medicine of natural and designed molecules.

Trost Group
Design of new reactions and reagents. Catalysis. New synthetic strategies towards complex natural products. Targets include b-lactam antibiotics, ionophores, steroids and related compounds, alkaloids, nucleosides, carbohydrates, and macrolide, terpenoid, and tetracyclic antitumor and antibiotic agents.

Janda Group
Catalytic antibodies, combinatorial chemistry, enzyme inhibition and immunophamacotherapy.

Barbas Laboratory
Catalytic antibodies, organocatalysis, protein-like DNA enzymes, therapeutic antibodies, molecular recognition of DNA by proteins, phage display.

Howell Group
Exploitation of strained, compact heterocycles. Manipulation of oxirane, oxetane and enol cyclic ether moieties for the synthesis of natural products and analogs of biological importance.

Austin Group
Functional Genomics through chemical and biological diversity. Synthesis and evaluation of natural products that we believe have RNA as their primary cellular target.

Wood Group
Total synthesis.

Hartwig Group
Discover, develop and understand new transition metal-catalyzed reactions.

Katritzky Group
Our research is designed to rationalize organic reactivity of heterocycles in terms of their chemical structures. This enables us to develop novel improved synthetic methods for the synthesis of a wide variety of classes of organic compounds.

McElwee-White Group
Applications of organometallic chemistry to problems in materials deposition, methodology for organic synthesis, and catalysis.

Padwa Group
Synthesis and properties of novel and biologically important polyaza heterocycles, tandem cascade chemistry, applications of the Pummerer reaction for heterocyclic synthesis, alkaloid chemistry and the cyclization reactions of metallo carbenoids for organic synthesis.

Mohler Group
Exploiting organic and organometallic chemistry to solve problems in materials science and biology.

Yamamoto Group
Lewis and Brønsted acid catalysts of super reactivity and selectivity for various organic transformations (Designer Acid Catalysis)

Scheidt Group
Discovery of new reaction methodology and bioorganic chemistry.

Gevorgyan Group
Discovery of new metal-catalyzed reactions, investigation of their mechanisms and, based on these new reactions, development of novel methodologies for synthetic organic chemistry.

Ghosh Group
Total synthesis, asymmetric synthesis and bio-inorganic and medicinal chemistry.

Johnston Group
Asymmetric synthesis, natural product total synthesis, organometallic and coordination chemistry, ligand design, polymerization, methodology development, catalysis, enantioselective synthesis, non-natural amino acid synthesis.

Larock Group
Organopalladium and polymer research.

Hanson Group
Development of new synthetic routes to structurally diverse phosphorus- and sulfur-containing small molecules that will serve as building blocks for the synthesis of novel pharmaceutical agents and various natural products.

Aubé Group
Development of new synthetic techniques, total synthesis, and the study of peptidomimetics.

Lectka Group
Development of new asymmetric reactions and chiral catalysts.

Posner Group
Synthetic methodolgy, vitamin D analogs, antimalarial peroxide drugs.

Isaacs Group
Design and synthesize complex molecules that exhibit specific recognition properties, to develop methods to characterize molecular aggregates, and provides insights into non-covalent interactions in aqueous solution.

Hoveyda Group
Enantioselective total synthesis of various natural and unnatural products of medicinal interest.

Kelly Group
Total synthesis, design and synthesis of molecular devices, molecular recognition and the process of self-assembly.

Snapper Group
Development of new reactions.

Porco Group
Synthesis of enamide and related natural products, synthesis of natural and unnatural epoxyquinoids, parallel synthesis and combinatorial chemistry.

Schaus Group
Synthesis of natural products and small molecules to study biological processes, Transcriptional and translational control of protein synthesis, Molecular control of cellular signaling processes.

Myers Group
Enantioselective laboratory synthetic route(s) to the tetracycline antibiotics.

Baran Laboratory
Total synthesis.

Waymouth Group
Synthetic and mechanistic organometallic chemistry and catalysis.

Vollhardt Group
Natural products synthesis, organometallic chemistry, phenylenes, fullerenes and nanostructures.

Trauner Group
Design and total synthesis of complex molecules and their application to biological problems, especially in molecular neurobiology and immunology.

Toste Group
Development of catalysts and catalytic reactions and methods for organic synthesis.

Molinski Group
Chemistry, bioorganic chemistry of marine natural products with novel structural and biological properties.

Nantz Group
Organic synthesis, synthetic methodology, lipid and polymer applications in drug delivery, gene therapy.

Woerpel Group
Development of new stereoselective carbon-carbon bond-forming processes and employing these methods in organic synthesis

Venkataraman Group
Synthetic methodology and materials chemistry.

Jamison Group
Discovery and application of new reactions for organic synthesis.

Toone Group
Applied enzymology/biocatalysis. Chemistry of nitric oxide.

Crimmins Group
Development of new synthetic methodology and new synthetic strategies and their application to the total synthesis of biologically active and structurally novel natural products.

Johnson Group
New catalytic organic and organometallic transformations, their mechanism studies and their ultimate application to the total synthesis of architecturally challenging and biologically important natural products.

Cook Group
Electrophilic pi-allyl palladium complexes and nucleophilic sigma-allyl indium complexes.

Carter Group
Synthesis of Azaspiracid, Amphidinolide B1, Vacidin A and TMC-95A.

Kozlowski Group
Design of new methods and catalysts for use in organic synthesis.

Smith Group
Natural product synthesis, bioorganic chemistry and materials science.

Walsh Group
Design and development of new asymmetric catalysts and the application of these catalysts to the synthesis of useful chiral building blocks.

Zang Group
Synthetic organic, inorganic and organometallic chemistry, transition metal catalyzed asymmetric reactions for the Synthesis of biologically active compounds, biomimetic chemistry, molecular recognition and material chemistry.

Peterson Group
Organic synthesis, bioorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry and chemical biology.

Koide Group
Organic synthesis, natural products, combinatorial libraries, chemical sensors and biology.

Romo Group
Structure elucidation, total synthesis, and determination of the mode of action of marine natural products that display significant physiological activity.

Sulikowski Group
Total synthesis.

Martin Group
Syntheses of natural and unnatural products that are of biological or structural interest.

Krische Group
Total synthesis, catalytic reaction development, organometallic chemistry and self-assembly.

Magnus Group
Total synthesis.

Sigman Goup
Asymmetric catalysis, organic synthesis and organometallic chemistry.

Harman Group
Coordination chemistry, organometallic chemistry and organic synthesis.

Marshall Group
Identification of natural products with interesting, often novel, structures and useful biological properties that may lead to medicinal agents for treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disorders and infectious diseases.

McGarvey Group
Molecular glycosciences: complex glycoconjugate synthesis and carbohydrate-based molecular recognition.

Reich Group
Organometallic chemistry.

Kiessling Group
Biomolecular recognition processes: the chemistry and biology of protein-saccharide interactions.

Garner Group
Synthetic methodology, total synthesis and bioorganic chemistry.

Seeberger Group
Interactions of oligosaccharides with proteins that control cell growth, cell differentiation, cell-cell interactions, bacterial attachment to target cells and signaling events involving the extracellular matrix.

Carreira Group
Asymmetric synthesis of biologically active, stereochemically complex, natural products.

Vasella Group
Synthesis and evaluation of glycosidase inhibitors, synthesis and characterisation of cellulose analogues, synthesis and evaluation of pairing properties of novel DNA and RNA analogues.

Kozmin Group
Total synthesis.

Panek Group
Total synthesis and development of new reaction methods.

Hanessian Group
Total synthesis. Medicinal chemistry and drug design. Immunochemistry and drug targeting. Glycosidic linkage in life processes. Computer aided chemistry and molecular modeling.

Floss Group
Bioorganic and natural products chemistry.

Hsieh-Wilson Group
Glycosaminoglycans and fucosyl saccharides. Dynamic glycosylation.

Müllen Goup
Synthetic macromolecular chemistry, supramolecular chemistry and material sciences.

Breslow Group
Design and synthesis of new molecules with interesting properties.

Nakanishi Group
Bioorganic chemistry of vision, configurational studies by circular dichroism, neuromodulatory effects of ginkgolides.

Jacobsen Group
Asymmetric catalysis. Selective C- C bond formation and cleavage. Enzymatic oxidations. Mimics of physiologically important enzymes. New approaches to catalyst design.

Karuso Group
Organic synthesis, NMR spectroscopy, computational chemistry, ecology, microbiology and biochemistry.

Sibi Group
New synthetic methodology, asymmetric synthesis, natural product synthesis, and new materials.

Thompson Group
Synthesis and use of pyrrole-containing molecules.

Brook Group
Silicon chemistry.

Capretta Group
Organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry, transition metal catalysis, organophosphorus chemistry, parallel synthesis, drug discovery.

Leigh Group
Mechanistic organic photochemistry, organosilicon photochemistry.

Bodwell Group
Novel aromatics: nonplanar aromatic compounds, cyclophanes and molecular switches.

Crudden Group
Organic chemistry, materials and catalysis.

Snieckus Group
Synthetic methodology. Synthesis of bioactive molecules and natural products. Aromatic and heteroaromatic synthesis directed ortho metalation. Transition metal cross coupling. Ferrocene and BINOL ligands for asymmetric synthesis.

Sherman Group
Molecular encapsulation, self-assembling structures, de novo design of proteins organized by organic macrocycles.

Charette Group
Stereoselective Synthesis.

Lubell Group
Peptide mimicry. Combinatorial chemistry. Biologically active peptides. Amino acids ligands for neuroscience. Solid-phase chemistry.

Fallis Group
Structural, synthetic, medicinal, and functional organic chemistry.

Ogilvie Group
Synthetic organic chemistry. Medicinal chemistry. Asymmetric methodology.

Pezacki Group
Functional genomics and proteomics, cell biology, virology, signal transduction, molecular mechanisms, chemical synthesis.

Scaiano Group
Photochemistry. Kinetics and mechanisms of organic reactions.

Ward Group
Asymmetric synthesis and total synthesis.

Batey Group
Organoboron chemistry. Transition metal and lanthanide catalysis. Cycloadditions. Reactive intermediates. Heterocycles and guanidines. Combinatorial chemistry.

Lautens Group
Organic synthesis. Asymmetric catalysis. Organometallic chemistry.

Stryker Group
Mechanistic organometallic chemistry and organic synthesis.

Overman Group
Total synthesis and asymmetric catalysis.

Vranken Group
Bioinorganic chemistry, natural products synthesis and synthetic methodology.

Hoveyda Group
Organometallic chemistry, mechanistic organic chemistry, combinatorial chemistry and organic synthesis.

Montgomery Group
New reactions involving nickel catalysis.

Hsung Group
[3+3] cycloaddition reactions and chiral variants of allenamines and ynamines.

Sorensen Group
Syntheses of architecturally unique natural products and protein reactive natural products.

Leighton Group
Development of stereoselective catalytic carbonylation reactions - a new and highly effective synthesis of aldols and aldol-derived structures. Total synthesis of macrolide antibiotics and polyol-derived natural products.

Sames Group
C-H Bond functionalization in complex organic synthesis, chemical probes for covalent protein modification and imaging of metabolic/signaling pathways.

Nuckolls Group
Molecular assembly.

Magomedov Group
Catalytic enantioselective processes of broad utility to organic and medicinal chemists.

Welch Group
Flourine chemistry, fluoroolefin peptidomimetics, precursor design for the chemical vapor deposition of metals, catalyst systems for the syndiotactic polymerization of styrene, pyrazinamide, analogs and the mechanism of action of an antituberculous agent.

Rychnovsky Group
Natural product synthesis, Prins cyclization, reductive decyanation, chiral auxiliaries for oxocarbenium ion reactions and methods for predicting molar rotations of acetonides.

Lipshutz Group
Organometallic chemistry, AIDS-related research, Vancomycin biaryl, new BINOLs, NOBINs, and BINAPs and cyclopeptide Alkaloids.

Hirama Group
Organic synthesis of natural products, and related artificial functional molecules; molecular recognition and mechanism of interactions between these molecules and biopolymers.

Little Group
Synthesis of bioactive and other structurally interesting materials.

Phillips Group
Total synthesis of cytotoxic marine and microbial natural products.

Bailey Group
Development of new synthetic methodology using novel main-group organometallic chemistry.

Aggarwal Group
Development of new catalytic processes for asymmetric synthesis. Development of new methodology and its applications in synthesis. Total synthesis of biologically important targets.

Shibasaki Group