NIH-National Institute of General Medical Sciences


Project 1: Enhancement of Library Synthesis Using Microwave Flow Technology

Paul R. Hanson », Co-Investigator
Michael G. Organ, Co-Investigator
Farman Ullah, Postdoc
Srinivas Achanta, Graduate Research Assistant

Project 2: Libraries Based on Natural Products and Privileged Structures

Jon A. Tunge », Co-Investigator
Keith R. Buszek », Co-Investigator
Ramakumar Kinthada, Postdoc

Project 3: Lactam and Sulfoxamide Libraries

Jeffrey Aubé », Co-Investigator
Paul R. Hanson », Co-Investigator
Kyu Ok Jeon, Graduate Research Assistant
Moon Young Hur, Graduate Research Assistant

Project 4: Organometallic Reactions in Parallel Synthesis

Helena C. Malinakova », Co-Investigator
Richard C. Larock 
», Co-Investigator
Anton Dubrovskiy, Graduate Research Assistant


Core A: Administration

Jeffrey Aubé », Director
Shelley K. Sandberg, Program Assistant

Core B: Synthesis

David A. Hill, Lab Manager
Frank J. Schoenen, Sr. Investigator
Chan Woo Huh, Research Associate
Prashi Jain, Postdoc
Mike McLeod, Postdoc
Digamber Rane, Postdoc

Core C: Library Design, Analysis & Purification

Benjamin Neuenswander, Assistant Director/Analytical Chemist
Todd D. Williams », Sr. Investigator
Justin T. Douglas, Sr. Investigator
Patrick Porubsky, Sr. Research Assistant

External Advisory Board

Thomas R. Beattie
Scott R. Gilbertson
Anna K. Mapp
John M. Nuss
James S. Panek
Michael F. Rafferty
Daryl R. Sauer

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