12/2019: We welcome first year graduate students: Connor, Chenlu, Fuad, and Joseph to the Nguyen group!
10/2019: Our group paper in collaboration with the Stockdill group here at Wayne State University, “Facile Triflic-Acid-Catalyzed alpha-1,2-Cis-Thiol Glycosylations: Scope and Application to the Synthesis of S-Linked Oligosaccharides, Glycolipids, Sublancin Glycopeptide, and Tn/Tf Antigens: has been accepted for publication in Chemical Science. Congratulations Sanyong, Ganesh, and Eric!
08/2019: Our group paper in collaboration with the Gutierrez group at University of Maryland, “The Role of Trichloroacetimidate To Enable Iridium-Catalyzed Regio- and Enantioselective Allylic Fluorination: A Combined Experimental and Computational Study” has been accepted for publication in JACS. Congratulations Alexandre and Jason!
04/2019: Our group paper in collaboration with the Schlegel group here at Wayne State University, “Phenanthroline-Catalyzed Stereoretentive Glycosylations.” has been published in early review in Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Congratulations to Fei, Jiayi, Paul, and Tu!
02/2019: Our group paper in collaboration with the Schlegel group here at Wayne State University, “Are Brønsted Acids the True Promoter of Metal Triflate Catalyzed Glycosylations? A Mechanistic Probe into 1,2-cis-Aminoglycoside Formation by Nickel Triflate.” has been accepted for publication in ACS Catalysis. Congratulations to Eric and Tu!
12/2018: Our group paper, “Iridium-Catalyzed Radiosynthesis of Branched Allylic [18F]Fluorides.” has been accepted for publication in Organic Letters. Congratulations to Alex and Jason!
12/2018: Our group paper: Specific Inhibition of Heparanase by Glycopolymer with Well-Defined Sulfation Pattern Prevents Breast Cancer Metastasis in Mice.” Has been accepted for publication in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. Congratulations to Ravi and Eric!
12/2018: The lab welcomes first year graduate student Madhawee Arachchi!
11/2018: Congratulations to Eric Sletten for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis. Best of luck with your new adventure in the lab of Prof. Peter Seeberger at Max Planck Institute, Dr. Sletten!