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김병문Professor
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Current Research Interests
Our research in organic chemistry is focused on the development of efficient synthetic methodologies related to the synthesis of physiologically important compounds and the advancement of chiral catalysts aimed at practical asymmetric synthesis. Towards this goal, various heterogeneous media for catalyst immobilization are being actively pursued. Another major research interest of our group involves medicinal chemistry programs including the design and synthesis of various receptor ligands and enzyme inhibitors in connection with therapeutic intervention of human diseases such as obesity, depression and cancer. These medicinal chemistry approaches utilizes essential tools such as peptidomimetics and smart library construction.


Education
B.S. Chemistry, Seoul National University, Korea, 1980

M.S. Chemistry, Seoul National University, Korea, 1982

Ph.D. Chemistry, Messachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 1988


Research Experiences
Research Fellow, MIT, USA, 1988-1990


Representative Publications
"Preparation of Chiral Diamines by the Diaza-Cope Rearrangement (DCR)" Hyunwoo Kim, Soon Mog So, Jik Chin, and B. Moon Kim, Aldrichim. Acta, 2008, 41(3), 77-88.

"Enantiopure C2 Symmetric Diamines by Resonance Assisted Hydrogen Bond (RAHB) Directed Diaza-Cope Rearrangement (DCR)"Hyunwoo Kim, Yen Nguyen, Cindy Pai-Hui Yen, Leonid Chagal, Alan J. Lough, B. Moon Kim and Jik Chin, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 12184-12191.

"ovel Chemoentrapment Approach for Supportless Recycling of a Catalyst: Catalytic Asymmetric Dihydroxylation"Daewon Lee, Hong Keun Lee, Se Young Kim, Chang-Eun Yeom, and B. Moon Kim, Adv. Synth. Catal. 2006, 348, 1021-1024.

"A Cobalt(III)-Salen Complex with an Axial Substituent in the Diamine Backbone: Stereoselective Recognition of Amino Alcohols" Hae-Jo Kim, Woosung Kim, Alan J. Lough, B. Moon Kim and Jik Chin, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 16776-16777.

"Asymmetric Diethyl- and Diphenylzinc Additions to Aldehydes by Using a Fluorine-Containing Chiral Amino Alcohol: A Striking Temperature Effect on the Enantioselectivity, a Minimal Amino Alcohol Loading, and an Efficient Recycling of the Amino Alcohol" Jin Kyoon Park, Hong Geun Lee, Carsten Bolm and B. Moon Kim, Chem. Eur. J. 2005, 11, 945-950.

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