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METHODS, SYNTHESIS, MOLECULES
DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE SYNTHETIC STRATEGIES
In the present scenario, the field of modern organic synthesis can be divided into two main pillars- development of sustainable methods and application of these methods for the synthesis of natural products. These natural products not only display fascinating complex molecular architecture that nature has produced but also they are extremely important in the medicinal industries as well as other fields.
Our research group investigates to solve the fundamental problems of discovering more efficient methods based on two fundamental approaches - one-pot multi catalysis and selective C-H functionalization. We hope our work will further enhance the knowledge in this field which will ultimately lead to the advancement of a broad field ranging from medicinal chemistry to material science.
Currently two PhD positions are available. Interested students can contact to MSM with CV
Congratulations to Arya, Raja, Supreeta and Samrat for publishing their paper on Annulative π-Extension by Cp*Co(III)-Catalyzed Ketone-Directed peri-Annulation: An Approach to Access Fused Arenes in Organic Letters !!!
Congratulations to Haripriyo, Subimal, Shuvendu, Tarak and Uddalak for publishing their paper on Late-Stage Halogenation of Peptides, Drugs and (Hetero)aromatics with a Nucleophilic Hydrazide Catalyst in Angewandt Chemie !!!
Many congratulations to Dr. Haripriyo Mondal for successfully defending his thesis. Wish you all the best for your future endeavors.
Congratulations to MSM for winning the CRSI Bronze Medal for the year 2024. Cheers !!!
Congratulations to Raja, Arya, Shuvendu and Arpita for publishing their paper on Annulative π-Extension by Rh(III)-Catalyzed Ketone-Directed C–H Activation: Rapid Access to Pyrenes and Related PAHs in Angewandt Chemie !!!
Congratulations to Susanta and Ganesh for publishing their collaborative review with Manasa P. and Prof. Biswajit Paul on Exploring Chemical Modifications of Aromatic Amino Acid Residues in Peptides in Synthesis !!!
We welcome our guest visitor Prof. Rene Michael Königs in Department of Chemistry, IIT Khragpur !!!