Nickel catalysis in natural product synthesis
Devise new pathways towards natural products through the discovery of modern synthetic methods
Create new nickel catalysts and use these in organic chemistry
Explore the medicinal chemistry and biological effects of novel secondary metabolites
Research Team Leader: Dr Scott Stewart
I am an organic chemist, with research interests in natural product synthesis and transition metal catalysis. I am in the School of Molecular Sciences at UWA. Other aspects of my research teams work include reaction methodology, medicinal chemistry, anti-liver cancer agents, anti-cancer compounds and discovering new chemical reactions.
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