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Have you ever wondered how the human brain works? We are a new group that applies synthetic and mechanistic organic chemistry to the construction of neurologically active architectures. Through collaborative research, these complex molecules will be leveraged to both answer fundamental questions in neuroscience and therapeutically address neurological dysfunction.
Students engaged in this multifaceted research will gain expertise in: synthetic strategy, reaction invention, mechanistic analysis, and computational chemistry.
February 2017 – Newhouse Group recognized by the Sloan Foundation.
January 2017 – Congratulations to Masha, Suzanne, and Anthony on the publication of their work on the Total Synthesis of (±)-Berkeleyone A!
January 2017 – Congratulations to Alex on the publication of his work on the Assembly of the Limonoid Architecture by a Divergent Approach: Total Synthesis of (±)-Andirolide N via (±)-8α-Hydroxycarapin!
December 2016 – Celebrating the completion of recent natural product syntheses.
December 2016 – Yifeng is selected for the Thousand Talents Plan.
December 2016 – Tim, Alex, and Aneta visit Celentano Middle School, where they teach students about density.
December 2016 – The Newhouse group welcomes its newest member, Alexandra Gatsios!
July 2016 – Aneta, Anthony, Daria, and Masha participate in Yale’s Pathways Summer Scholars program, teaching a week-long class titled “Metals as you’ve never seen them before.”
July 2016 – Photos from Tim‘s flipped Organic Chemistry class are featured on Yale’s Registrar and Center for Teaching and Learning websites.
June 2016 – The Newhouse group welcomes Yale undergraduate students Catherine, Diana, and Tom, who will be doing research with us this summer!
June 2016 – Congratulations to David, Alex, and Michael on the publication of their work on the Scalable procedure for the fragmentation of hydroperoxides mediated by copper and iron tetrafluoroborate salts!
May 2016 – Congratulations to the second years (Suzanne, Anthony, Masha, Daria, and Josh) for passing their candidacy exams!
May 2016 – Daria, Alex, and David participate in Yale’s Pathways to Science Open House. Below, they teach students about chirality.
May 2016 – Michael Liang presents his senior poster before graduation. Good luck at UNC!
March 2016 – We received an American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant for New Investigators studying the synthesis of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. Keep up the good work Aneta, Yifeng, and Nandini! Many thanks to the ACS and to the Yale Cancer Center.
January 2016 – CyanH, the precursor to the amide base used for Pd-catalyzed dehydrogenation, has been commercialized by Sigma Aldrich!
January 2016 – Congratulations to Yifeng and Aneta on the publication of their work on Amide α,β-Dehydrogenation Using Allyl-Palladium Catalysis and a Hindered Monodentate Anilide!
December 2015 – We welcome new first year students David Huang and Yizhou Zhao!
November 2015 – Congratulations to Aneta and Yifeng on the publication of their Synpacts review regarding dehydrogenation methodology!
June 2015 – The Newhouse group welcomes new undergraduate students Holt Sakai and Ella Belina!
May 2015 – Congratulations to Alex, Justin, and Aneta for passing their candidacy exams!
April 2015 – Congratulations to Yifeng and Justin on the publication of their work on the Palladium-Catalyzed α,β-Dehydrogenation of Esters and Nitriles in JACS!
March 2015 – Tim’s organic chemistry class is featured in YaleNews!
March 2015 – Aneta’s research is highlighted by the NSF as part of Women’s History Month #WomenInStem #GRFP!
December 2014 – New first year students join the group: Masha Elkin, Daria Kim, Anthony Scruse, Suzanne Szewczyk and Josh Zweig
July 2014 – The Newhouse group is featured in Yale Scientific!