I have developed a number of synthesis methods that are among the most frequently used for fast synthesis of drug molecules, including the MW-assisted Suzuki coupling and the oxidative Heck reaction. My main research interests are: I) design and synthesis of new enzyme inhibitors and peptidomimetics for treatment of HIV, hepatitis C, TB, cognitive disorders, pain and inflammatory conditions, II) development of new and rapid synthesis strategies, including microwave-assisted palladium-catalyzed methods of importance for organic- and medicinal chemistry, III) flow methodologies for rapid scale-up (scale-out) and environmentally benign organic synthesis, and IV) design and synthesis of novel PET and PET/MR radiotracers.
Bibliometric data 2014-05-28: >170 publications, h-index = 45 (Google Scholar), 41 (Web of Science), five approved patents (all sold), faculty opponent 11 times. Invited speaker as plenary or invited lecturer at >30 international congresses and symposia.
Dr Tamal Roy, Post doc
Dr Jayendra Patel, Post doc
Dr Bobo Skillinghaug, Researcher
Dr Jonas Sävmarker, Researcher
Karin Engen, PhD student
Ahmed Adeyemi, PhD student
Sara Bergman, PhD student
Rebecka Isaksson, PhD student
Jonas Rydfjord, PhD student
Linda Åkerbladh, PhD student
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