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Wengryniuk - Temple University Department of Chemistry

Representative research areas include C–H activation, asymmetric C–C bond formation, novel methods to access carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen containing ring systems, and the synthesis of natural products targeting cancer metastasis.

Organic - Temple University Department of Chemistry

Organic chemistry. Inorganic, Organic. Hypervalent iodine chemistry, approaches to medium-sized ring systems, C-H activation, synthesis of bioactive natural products.

Michael L. Klein wins prestigious John Scott Award

Michael L. Klein, dean of the College of Science and Technology (CST), has earned the prestigious John Scott Award for developing algorithms for the computational simulation of biological systems and the development of antimicrobial peptides.

In memoriam: Dr. Rodrigo Andrade - College of Science and Technology

The central theme of Rod's research at Temple University was the asymmetric synthesis of architecturally complex natural products, focusing on the total synthesis of two families of complex and biologically active natural products, macrolide antibiotics and indole alkaloids.

Semi-Synthesis of Melodinine, Taberyunine, and Melosuavine Bis-Indole ...

Abstract The first semi-synthesis of (-)-melodinine K was completed from the monoterpene indole alkaloid (-)-tabersonine through regioselective enzymatic hydroxylation and Polonovski-Potier coupling.

Course offerings - Temple University Department of Chemistry

CHEM 8201. The Chemistry of Natural Products. 3 Credit Hours. CHEM 8205. Heterocyclic Chemistry. 3 Credit Hours. CHEM 8303. Modern Methods in Experimental Chem. 3 Credit Hours. CHEM 8200/8210. Special Topics in Organic Chemistry. 3 Credit Hours. Including: Chemical Biology, Silicon in Organic Synthesis, The Chemistry of the Alkaloids,