Débute à 
1375 avenue Thérèse-Lavoie-Roux (Aile A)
(QC) Canada

Titre : Break-it-to-Make-it Strategies for Chemical Synthesis Inspired by Complex Natural Products

Heure: 11h00

Local: A-3502 , Campus MIL

Résumé :

Natural products continue to inspire and serve as the basis of new medicines. They also provide intricate problems that expose limitations in the strategies and methods employed in chemical synthesis. Several strategies and methods that have been developed in our laboratory and applied to the syntheses of architecturally complex natural products will be discussed. In particular, new ways to employ the cleavage of core bonds such as C–C and C–N bonds (i.e., break-it-to-make-it strategies) to achieve skeletal editing will be presented.

Conférence avec Professeur  Richmond Sarpong, University of California at Berkeley (Paraza Pharma Lecture)