William Tam

Professor College of Physical & Engineering Science Department of Chemistry Guelph, Ontario wtam@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 52268

Bio/Research

The objective of our research program is to develop novel synthetic methodologies in organic synthesis for the construction of different ring systems, including: nitrogen-containing heterocyclic compounds, spirocyclic compounds, attached-ring compounds and polycyclic compounds. These ring systems...

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Bio/Research

The objective of our research program is to develop novel synthetic methodologies in organic synthesis for the construction of different ring systems, including: nitrogen-containing heterocyclic compounds, spirocyclic compounds, attached-ring compounds and polycyclic compounds. These ring systems are present in many biologically important natural products, which have found use in anti-HIV, anti-cancer, antiviral and antiretroviral researches. Synthetic methods which allow for the rapid construction of these ring systems with high regio-, stereo- and enantioselecitives would be very useful.



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