WEI ZHANG GROUP MEMBERS RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS SEMINARS Lab & Equip NEWS

  • 165. 8/8-11/2017, Fluorous Chemistry-based Synthesis and Organocatalysis, Int. Symposium on Fluorous Technologies 2017 (ISoFT17), Tufts University, MA.
  • 164. 7/22/2017, Enabled Synthesis of Small Molecule Inhibitors of New Drug Targets, Nanjing University of Science & Technologies, Nanjing, China.
  • 163. 7/14/2017, One-pot Synthesis and Organocatalysis for Making Heterocyclic Compounds, Xaanxi Normal University, Xian, China
  • 162. 6/19/2017, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Renmin University of China, China.
  • 161. 6/16/2017, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Tianjin University, China.
  • 161. 6/13/2017, Applications of Organofluorine Chemistry, Juhua Group Corporation. Zhejiang, China.
  • 160. 6/12/2017, Green Synthesis for Medicinal Chemistry and Organocatalysis, Zhejiang Normal University, China.
  • 159. 6/9/2017, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, China.
  • 158. 6/8/2017, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Shanghai Normal University, China.
  • 157. 6/7/2017, Green Synthesis Medicinal Chemistry and Asymmetric Organocatalysis, Shanghai Institute of Technology.
  • 156. 5/17/2017, Green Synthesis Medicinal Chemistry and Asymmetric Organocatalysis, City University of New York, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York.
  • 155. 3/13/2017, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Heterocyclic Molecules with Biological Interest, Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, Doylestown, PA.
  • 154. 11/25/2016, Green Synthesis in Medicinal Chemistry and Organocatalysis, Shanghai Institute of Technology, China.
  • 153. 11/23/2016, Green Synthesis finor Medicinal Chemistry and Asymmetric Organocatalysis, Changzhou Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jiangsu, China.
  • 152. 11/22/2016, Green Synthesis in Medicinal Chemistry and Asymmetric Organocatalysis, Changzhou University, Jiangsu, China.
  • 151. 11/17/2016, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
  • 150. 9/18/2016, Green Chemistry at UMB, UMass Boston and Yale University Green Chemistry Workshop, Boston, MA.
  • 149. 9/4-8/2016, Pot-Economic Cascade Reactions with Recyclable Organocatalysts (Keynote speaker), 6th IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry, Venice, Italy.
  • 148. 8/31-9/1/2016, Sustainable organocatalysis for one-pot asymmetric synthesis (Keynote speaker), Green Chemistry Workshop, Yale University, CT.
  • 147. 8/22-25/2016, Enabled Synthesis of Small Molecule Inhibitors of New Drug Target (Plenary speaker), Drug Discovery & Therapy World Congress 2016, Boston MA.
  • 146. 8/21-26/2016, Sustainable Organocatalysis for Asymmetric Synthesis, 252th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 145. 8/9/2016, Fluorous Technology-Enhanced Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds, Seoul National University, South Korea.
  • 144. 8/8/2016, Fluorous Synthesis of Biologically Interested Heterocyclic Compounds, Chung-Ang University, South Korea.
  • 143. 8/1/2016, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China.
  • 142. 7/20/2016, Efficient and Greener Synthesis of Molecules with Biological Interest, Xaanxi Normal University, Xian, China.
  • 141. 6/9-12/2016, Synthesis of Biologically Interested Heterocyclic Compounds, 2016 ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Riverdale, NY.
  • 140. 6/9-12/2016, Sustainable Organocatalysis for One-pot Asymmetric Synthesis, 2016 ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Riverdale, NY.
  • 139. 3/22/2016, Fluorous Technology for Medichem and Organocatalysis, Weizmann Institute, Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • 138. 3/19/2016, Green Chemistry at UMass Boston, Sohag University, Sohag, Egypt.
  • 137. 3/14-17/2016, Recyclable Organocatalyst-promoted One-pot Asymmetric Synthesis of Biologically Interested Compounds with Multiple Stereogenic Centers (Plenary speaker), 1st International Conference on Applied Chemistry, Hurghada, Egypt.
  • 136. 12/15-20/2015, Recyclable Organocatalysis for Organofluorination and Other Asymmetric Synthesis, 2015 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem 2015), Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • 135. 2/15-20/2015, Green Chemistry Programs at the University of Massachusetts Boston, 2015 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem 2015), Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • 134. 11/16/2015, Fluorous Green Synthesis for Medicinal Chemistry and Organocatalysis, Department of Chemistry, University of Toledo, OH.
  • 133. 8/23-28/2015, Fluorous Technologies for Medicinal Chemistry and Organocatalysis (Plenary speaker), 6th International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies (ISoFT’15) (Keynote), Combo, Italy.
  • 132. 8/20-21/2015, Green Chemistry Program at UMass Boston, The 3nd Annual Symposium and Workshop of the Global Green Chemistry Centres, Boston, MA.
  • 131. 8/16-20/2015, Green Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds, 250th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • 130. 8/5-7/2015, Green Chemistry Programs at University of Massachusetts Boston (Plenary speaker), 5th International Conference for Young Chemists, Penang, Malaysia.
  • 129. 7/22/2015, Fluorous Technologies for Green and Medicinal Chemistry Applications, Zhejiang NHU Company, Zhejiang, China.
  • 128. 7/22/2015, Fluorous Synthesis for Medicinal Chemistry Applications, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  • 127. 7/20/2015, Fluorous Technologies for Green Chemistry, Organocatalysis and Medicinal Chemistry Applications, Juhua Group Technology Center, Zhejiang, China.
  • 126. 6/10-13/2015, Recyclable Organocatalysis for Organofluorination and Other Asymmetric Synthesis, 2015 Northeast Regional ACS Meeting, Ithaca College, NY.
  • 125. 4/16/2015, Green Chemistry Programs at UMass Boston and Research in Our Lab, Harvard University, Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, Boston, MA.
  • 124. 2/14-17/2015, Fluorous Technology-Enhanced Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds (Plenary speaker), 13th IBN SINA International Conference on Pure and Applied Heterocyclic Chemistry, Hurghada, Egypt.
  • 123. 11/28/2014, Organocatalysis for Fluorination and Other Asymmetric Reactions, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.
  • 122. 11/26/2014, Organocatalysis for Fluorination and Other Asymmetric Reactions, Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou, China.
  • 121. 11/25/2014, Organocatalysis for Fluorination and Other Asymmetric Reactions, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.
  • 120. 11/21/2014, Organic Synthesis for Green and Medicinal Chemistry Applications, Huaiyin Normal University, Huaian, Jiangsu, China.
  • 119. 11/20/2014, Multicomponent Reaction-Based Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds, Suzhou University, Suzhou, China.
  • 118. 11/18-20/2014, Fluorescent Small Molecule Inhibitors for Imaging of Kinases, BIT's 5th Annual International Congress of Medichem, Suzhou, China.
  • 117. 11/18-20/2014, Streamlined Fluorous Synthesis of Diverse Heterocyclic Scaffolds , BIT's 5th Annual International Congress of Medichem, Suzhou, China.
  • 116. 11/18-20/2014, Recyclable Organoctalysis for the Synthesis of Asymmetric Fluorinated Compounds, BIT's 5th Annual International Congress of Medichem, Suzhou, China.
  • 115. 11/17/2014, Organocatalysis for Fluorination and Other Asymmetric Reactions, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China.
  • 114. 9/17/2014, Diversity-oriented Synthesis Enhanced by Fluorous Technology, Wayne State University, MI.
  • 113. 9/17/2014, Recyclable Organoctalysis for Asymmetric Synthesis, Oakland University, MI.
  • 112. 8/24-26/2014, Recyclable Organocatalysis for Asymmetric Fluorination, 2nd Annual Symposium and Workshop of the Global Green Chemistry Centres. Cape Town, South Africa.
  • 111. 7/22-23/2014, Recent Development on Green Solvents for Industrial Applications. ASC Sustainability Forum - A Supply Chain Discussion of Trends and Market Drivers, Baltimore, MD.
  • 110. 7/4/2014, Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, EnzymeWorks, Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu, China.
  • 109. 6/30/2014, Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, Shanghai Institute of Technology, China
  • 108. 6/20/2014, Fluorous Synthesis of Drug-Like Molecules and Nature Product Analogs, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China.
  • 107. 6/6-9/2014, Development of BoDIPY-labelled Fluorescence Kinases Inhibitors for Cancer Studies, BIT's 3rd Annual Congress and EXPO of Advanced Materials-2014, Chongqing, China.
  • 106. 5/21-23/2014, Fluorous Technologies for Green Organic Synthesis and Catalysis, Green Chemistry Workshop (Kynote speaker), University of Toronto, Canada.
  • 105. 4/18/2014, Development of Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Shanghai, China
  • 104. 4/14/2014, Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, Jiangxi Science and Technology Normal University, Jiangxi, China.
  • 103. 3/31/2014, Multicomponent Reaction-based Synthesis of Heterocyclic Scaffolds, Tunghai University, Taiwan.
  • 102. 3/28/2014, Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
  • 101. 2/14/2014, Development of Novel Recyclable Organocatalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis, University of Massachusetts Lowell, MA.
  • 100. 12/1-3/2013, Recyclable Fluorous Asymmetric Organocatalysis, International Workshop on Green Initiatives in Energy, Environment and Health, Delhi, India
  • 99. 11/13-16/2013, Solvent Screening and Performance Evaluation of the Grignard Reaction, 4th Annual Congress of International Medichem (ICM2013), Hainan, China.
  • 98. 9/12-14/2013, Recyclable Fluorous Asymmetric Organocatalysis (Keynote speaker), International Workshop on Organofluorine Chemistry 2013, Nanjing, China.
  • 97. 9/8-13/2013, Multicomponent Reaction-based Synthesis of Heterocyclic Scaffolds, 24th International Society of Heterocyclic Chemistry Congress, Shanghai, China.
  • 96. 6/3-6/2013, Recyclable Fluorous Organocatalysis, Drug Discovery & Therapy World Congress 2013, Boston, MA.
  • 95. 4/4/2013, Fluorous-based Green Organic Synthesis, Duquesne University, Pittsburg, PA.
  • 94. 11/29/2012, Integrated Fluorous and Green Organic Synthesis, Tohoku University, Japan.
  • 93. 11/28/2012, Recyclable Fluorous Asymmetric Organocatalysis (Plenary speaker), 5th Symposium on Fluorous Science, Sendai, Japan.
  • 92. 9/22/2012, “Applications of Organofluorine Chemistry”, Fluorine Chemistry Development Forum, Jinchang, Gansu, China.
  • 91. 8/30/2012, Green Chemistry Program at UMass Boston, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science of University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • 90. 8/13-19/2012, Green Chemistry Program at UMass Boston, 244th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 89. 6/18-20/2012, Solvent Screening and Performance Evaluation of the Grignard Reaction, 16th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, Washington, DC.
  • 88. 6/8/2012, Fluorous-based Green Organic Synthesis, EnzymeWorks, Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu, China
  • 87. 1/10/2012, Green Chemistry Ph.D. Program at UMass Boston, Green Chemistry Commitment Summit, Boston, MA.
  • 86. 12/2/2011, Fluorous-based Green Organic Synthesis, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong.
  • 85. 11/30-12/3/2011, Recent Advances of Fluorous Synthesis (Plenary speaker) The 4th International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies (ISoFT11), Hong Kong.
  • 84. 11/28/2011, Fluorous-based Green Organic Synthesis, Sozhou University, Jiangsu, China
  • 83. 11/26/2011, Organic Synthesis for Green Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry Applications, Anpon, Huajin, Jiangsu
  • 82. 11/25/2011, UMass Boston Green Chemistry Program, Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, Beijing, China
  • 81. 11/18/2011, Fluorous Multicomponent Reaction-based Diversity-oriented Synthesis, Fudan University, Shanghai, China.
  • 80. 11/14-17/2011, Fluorous Multicomponent Reaction-based Diversity-Oriented Synthesis of Heterocyclic Scaffolds, The 5th International Conference on Multi-Component Reactions and Related Chemistry (MCR2011), Hangzhou, China.
  • 79. 10/27-29/2011, Life Science Collaboration, Personal experience, Advancing in the Life Science and Uniting Universities, Corporate and Government Partners, University of Massachusetts Boston, MA.
  • 78. 9/25-28/2011, Mn(III)-Mediated Selective Addition of Phosphorus Radical to Unsaturated System, The 5th Pacific Symposium on Radical Chemistry, Shirahama, Japan.
  • 77. 8/28-9/1/2011, Green chemistry programs at University of Massachusetts Boston, 242th ACS National Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • 76. 8/1-4/2011, Magic Fluorine Chemistry for Medicinal Chemistry Applications (Keynote), NEACT 72nd Annual Summer Conference, ME.
  • 75. 2/28/2011, Fluorous Technologies for Organic and Green Chemistry Applications, The University of Rode Island, RI.
  • 74. 12/15-23/2010, Fluorous-Based Green Technologies for Organic Synthesis and Medicinal Chemistry, Pacifichem 2010, Hawaii.
  • 73. 12/15-23/2010, Fluorous Diversity-Oriented Synthesis of Heterocyclic Scaffolds, Pacifichem 2010, Hawaii.
  • 72. 11/26/2010, Fluorous Technologies for Green Organic Synthesis, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
  • 71. 11/25/2010, Fluorous-Based Combinatorial Chemistry, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
  • 70. 11/24/2010, Recent Advances of Fluorous Technologies, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan.
  • 69. 9/30-10/1/2010, Fluorous Technologies for Green Organic Synthesis, 3rd International Symposium on Green Processing in the Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Industries, Boston, MA.
  • 68. 8/22-26/2010, Fluorous Linker Facilitated Synthesis of Heterocyclic Systems, The 240th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • 67. 7/11-15/2010, Fluorous Benzaldehyde as a Convertible Linker for Diversity Oriented Synthesis, Perugia Fluorine Days, Perugia, Italy.
  • 66. 6/2-4/2010, Introduction to Green Organic Synthesis, 16th Anuual Meeting and Short Courses of North Atlantic Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (NAC-SETAC), RI.
  • 65. 2/27/2010, Research with Green Chemistry Tools, Undergraduate Day, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA.
  • 64. 11/4/2009, New Green Chemistry Tools for Organic Synthesis, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA.
  • 63. 9/24/2009, Fluorous Technologies for Green Chemistry Applications, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China.
  • 62. 9/23/2009, Fluorous Technologies for Green Chemistry Applications, Nanjing University of Science and Technologies, Nanjing, China.
  • 61. 9/19-22/2009, Combinatorial Fluorous Green Chemistry, Second International Symposium on Combinatorial Sciences in Biology, Chemistry, Catalysts and Materials, Beijing, China.
  • 60. 8/23-28/2009, Combinatorial Fluorous Technologies for Green Chemistry Applications, Third International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies, Jackson Hole, WY.
  • 59. 7/7/2009, Fluorous Green Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • 58. 6/23-25/2009, Green Chemistry Techniques for Small-Scale Organic Synthesis, 13th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, College Park, MD.
  • 57. 3/5/2009, Fluorous Technologies for Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Applications, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA.
  • 56. 10/3/2008, Green Chemistry Aspects of Fluorous Technologies, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, Woburn, MA.
  • 55. 8/31-9/5/2008, Fluorous Technologies for Library Synthesis, Combinatorial Chemistry Gordon Research Conference, University of Oxford, UK.
  • 54. 6/24-26/2008, Fluorous Technologies for Greener High-Throughput Synthesis,12th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, Washington DC.
  • 53. 11/1/2007, Recent Advance of Fluorous Technologies, Nanjing University of Science & Technology, Nanjing, China.
  • 52. 7/15-18/2007, Diversity-Oriented Synthesis of Novel Heterocyclic and Natural Product-Like Libraries, NIH Annual MLSCN Steering Committee Meeting, Washington DC.
  • 51. 4/17/2007, Recent Advances of Fluorous Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
  • 50. 2/8/2007, Fluorous Chemistry - A Platform Technology, University of Massachusetts-Boston, MA.
  • 49. 12/27-28/2006, Recent Advances of Fluorous Chemistry, International Symposium on Chemical Biology and Combinatorial Chemistry, Jinan, China.
  • 48. 9/10-14/2006, New Development of Fluorous Separation Techniques for Parallel and High-throughput Synthesis, 232th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • 47. 7/14/2006, Fluorous Synthesis and Separation for Small Molecules and Biomolecules, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain.
  • 46. 7/9-13/2006, Fluorous-Enhanced Multicomponent Synthesis,3rd International Conference on Multicomponent Reactions and Related Chemistry, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • 45. 6/2/2006, Recent Advances of Fluorous Chemistry, Praecis Pharmaceuticals Inc., Waltham, MA.
  • 44. 6/2/2006, Recent Advances of Fluorous Chemistry, Merck Research Laboratories Boston, MA.
  • 43. 6/1/2006, Fluorous Technologies for Parallel and Combinatorial Synthesis, Sepracor, Marlborough, MA
  • 42. 6/1/2006, Fluorous Technologies for Parallel and Combinatorial Synthesis, Johnson Matthey Pharma Services, Devens, MA.
  • 41. 5/31/2006, Fluorous Technologies for Synthesis, Purification, and Microarray of Small Molecules and Biomolecules The Broad Institute (MIT-Harvard), Cambridge, MA.
  • 40. 11/4/2005, Fluorous Sorbent for High-Throughput Purifications, United Chemical Technologies, Bristol, PA.
  • 39. 10/6-7/2005, Recent Advances of Fluorous Synthesis, 2nd Frontiers in Drug Discovery Symposium, Albany Molecular Research Inc. Albany, NY.
  • 38. 8/29/2005, Fluorous-Enhanced Combinatorial Synthesis ACS Symposium - Recent Advances in Fluorous Chemistry, 230th ACS National Meeting, Washington DC.
  • 37. 7/20-25/2005, Fluorous Technologies for Solution-Phase High-Throughput Organic Synthesis, 17th International Symposium on Fluorine Chemistry, Shanghai, China.
  • 36. 7/17/2005, Fluorous synthesis and Separation of Small Molecules and Biomolecules, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China.
  • 35. 7/3-6/2005, Application of Fluorous Technologies in Solution-Phase Synthesis, 1st International Symposium on Fluorous Technologies, Bordeaux-Talence, France.
  • 34. 3/18/2005, Fluorous Technologies for Solution Phase Libraries, Berlex, San Francisco, CA.
  • 33. 3/16-18/2005, Fluorous Synthesis for Solution-Phase Libraries, IBCs High Throughput Chemistry, San Diego, CA.
  • 32. 1/9-14/2005, Fluorous Synthesis, a New Solution-Phase Synthetic Technology, 17th Winter Fluorine Conference, St. Pete Beach, FL.
  • 31. 11/9-12/2004, Fluorous Synthesis of Solution-Phase Library Scaffolds, CHI Conference Series, Diversity-Oriented Synthesis, Boston, MA.
  • 30. 8/22-26/2004, Combination of Fluorous and Microwave Technologies for High-Speed Reaction and Separation, ACS Symposium on Microwave-Assisted Organic Synthesis, 228th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
  • 29. 8/3/2004, Fluorous Synthesis, A New Approach to Solution-Phase Libraries, e-CombiChem, Cutting Edge Technologies in Combinatorial Chemistry.
  • 28. 3/7-12/2004, Fluorous Technologies for Synthesis and Purification of Compound Libraries, Pittsburgh Conference (PittCon), Chicago, IL.
  • 27. 3/7-10/2004, Fluorous Synthesis of Heterocyclic Library Scaffolds, 5th Annual Heterocyclic Conference, Gainesville, FL.
  • 26. 01/12/2004, Fluorous Technologies for Solution-Phase Parallel and Combinatorial Synthesis, PTC Therapeutics, NJ.
  • 25. 01/12/2004, Fluorous Technologies for Solution-Phase Parallel and Combinatorial Synthesis, FMC Corporation, Agricultural Products, NJ.
  • 24. 10/19-22/2003, Fluorous Technologies for Solution Phase Organic Synthesis, 35th ACS Central Regional Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • 23. 9/16/2003, Fluorous Technologies for Solution Phase Organic Synthesis, Jiansu Pesticide Research Institute, Nanjing, China.
  • 22. 7/1-3/2003, Fluorous Technologies for Solution-Phase High-Throughput Synthesis, RSC Combinatorial Chemistry Conference, University of Cambridge, UK.
  • 21. 5/8/2003, Fluorous Technologies for Parallel and Combinatorial Syntheses, Eli Lilly, Lilly Corporate Center, Indianapolis, IN.
  • 20. 3/23-27/2003, New Fluorous Tag Strategy for Solution-Phase Parallel Synthesis, 225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  • 19. 2/26/2003, Development of Fluorous Combinatorial Technologies, Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation, San Diego, CA.
  • 18. 9/22-25/2002, Fluorous synthesis: A Solution-Phase Alternative to Solid-Phase Synthesis in Combinatorial Chemistry, ACS ProSpectives Conference on Combinatorial Chemistry, Leesburg, VA.
  • 17. 8/18-22/2002, New Tagging Strategies in Solution-Phase Parallel Synthesis: Fluorous Linkers and Scavengers, 224th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • 16. 8/5/2002, Recent Advances in Solution-Phase Combinatorial Chemistry: Fluorous Technologies , DuPont Crop Protections, Newark, DE.
  • 15. 7/27/2002, Recent Advance in Solution-Phase Combinatorial Chemistry: Fluorous Technologies Annual Conference of Great Lakes Chinese-American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL.
  • 14. 5/10/2002, Development of New Chemistry for Lead Discovery, Incyte Corporation, Newark, DE.
  • 13. 2/13-15/2002, Fluorous Mixture Synthesis: A New Technique for Solution-Phase Synthesis of Mixtures That Provides for Isolation of the Final Products as Individual Pure Compounds CHI Conference Series, High Throughput Organic Synthesis, San Diego, CA.
  • 12. 1/7/2002, Fluorous Mixture Synthesis, Albany Molecular Research, Inc. Bothell Research Center, Seattle, WA
  • 11. 4/1/2001, Free Radical Reactions for New Heterocyclic Systems, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
  • 10. 7/20/2000, Free Radical Approaches for Making Heterocyclic Compounds, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Shanghai, China.
  • 9. 5/15-17/2000, Development of New Free Radical Reactions for Heterocycle Synthesis, 33rd ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
  • 8. 4/3-6/2000, Development of New Radical Reactions for Heterocycle Synthesis, 4th Annual DuPont TechCon, Norfolk, VA.
  • 7. 10/24/1995, New Free Radical Ring-Expansion and Annulation Reactions, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
  • 6. 10/23/1995, New Free Radical Ring-Expansion and Annulation Reactions, Suzhou University, Suzhou, China.
  • 5. 10/9/1995, New Free Radical Ring-expansion and Annulation Reactions, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Shanghai, China.
  • 4. 6/5/1995, New Free Radical Ring-expansion and Annulation Reactions, DuPont Agricultural Chemicals, Newark, DE.
  • 3. 12/7/1994, Free Radical Ring-expansions, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Medicinal Chemistry Department, Hartford, CT.
  • 2. 3/22/1994, Free Radical Ring-expansions, Merck Research Laboratories, Process Department, Rahway, NJ.
  • 1. 10/13/1993, Cyclobutanone-Based Free Radical Ring-Expansion and Annulation Reactions, Free Radical Symposium, University of Pittsburgh, PA.