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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor DJ Procter
Organisation: University of Manchester, The
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Artificial Intelligence Asymmetric Chemistry
Catalysis & Applied Catalysis Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Materials Characterisation

Current EPSRC Support
EP/S014128/1 A Robot Chemist(C)
EP/R029938/1 Complex made simple: Enantioselective radical cascades mediated by SmI2(P)
EP/P001386/1 High Intensity High Sensitivity X-ray Diffaction(C)
EP/M005062/1 Metal-free couplings for molecules, materials and bioactive targets(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/L00125X/1 Cyclizations and cyclization cascades triggered by new reductions(P)
EP/I004017/1 Chemistry Cascades: Synthesis of prostratin analogues for evaluation against HIV(P)
EP/H008691/1 Under water control: A cascade approach to the pseudolaric acid anti-tumour agents(P)
EP/G015287/1 The on-off switch: Synthesis of functional heterocycles mediated by the capture and release of thiols(P)
EP/E021220/1 Waiting in line: A sequenced approach to the antibacterial pleuromutilin(P)
EP/D053951/1 Adventurous Research in Chemistry at the University of Manchester(C)
EP/D000211/1 'Directing traffic' - controlling the course of ring-forming reactions: New stereoselective cyclizations for target synthesis(P)
GR/S34120/02 'Greener, Meaner' Asymmetric Synthesis: Simple, supported chiral amines as recyclable organocatalysts(P)
GR/S34120/01 'Greener, Meaner' Asymmetric Synthesis: Simple, supported chiral amines as recyclable organocatalysts(P)
GR/R72242/01 Simple and versatile: New chiral linkages for efficient asymmetric reactions on solid phase(P)
GR/R41804/01 The pestalotiopsins: New methods, model studies and the first total synthesis.(P)
GR/N02481/01 A NEW STEREOSELECTIVE APPROACH TO CYCLOBUTANOLS: FROM BUILDING BLOCKS TO BIOACTIVE MOLECULES(P)
GR/M13572/01 CATALYTIC SAMARIUM (II) SYSTEMS: DEVELOPMENT OF A CATALYTIC SAMARIUM (II) MEDIATED KETYL-OLEFIN CYCLISATION(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator