Martin Berger

Supervisor: Nuno Maulide
Project: Total Synthesis and Late-Stage Functionalization of Natural Products

Mandatory Courses Completed Successfully
SubjectECTS pointsDate
Seminar ueber asymmetrische Synthesemethoden 206/2015
Entwicklung und Anwendung neuer Methoden in der Organischen Chemie206/2015
Heteroatom Chemistry 1.506/2015
Ion channels and transporters as drug targets206/2016
MolTag Journal Club, Medical University of Vienna101/2017
Journal Club - Recent Trends in (Bio)Organic Chemistry ...10/2017

Conference Poster Presentations
A New Mild Cleavage of the 8-Aminoquinoline Directing Group for C-H-ActivationBOSS XV, Antwerp, Belgium07/2016
CH-Activation on Dehydroabietic Acid and Total Synthesis of Virol AMolTag Science Day, Vienna, AT11/2016
Bridging CH-Activation: Mild and versatile cleavage of the aminoquinoline directing group19th JCF-Fruehjahrssymposium - Mainz, Germany03/2017
Bridging CH-Activation: Mild and versatile cleavage of the aminoquinoline directing group254th ACS National Meeting & Exposition - Washington DC, USA08/2017

Lab Rotations Planned
HostHost institutionSubjectDate of completion
Harald JanovjakIST Austria...12/2017

Internships Completed Successfully
HostHost institutionSubjectDate of completion
Dirk TraunerDepartment of Chemistry, New York UniversityThe topic of the project will deal with Nanobody-Photoswitch Conjugates, its preparation and application04/2018

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals
Divergent Ynamide Reactivity in the Presence of Azides - An Experimental and Computational Study Chemical Science 2016, 7, 6032-6040.04/2016
Bridging C-H activation: Mild and versatile cleavage of the 8-Aminoquinoline directing group Chemistry - A European Journal 2016, 22, 16805-16808.08/2016
Synthesis and antimicrobial evaluation of novel analogues of Dehydroabietic Acid prepared by C-H-ActivationEuropean Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 2017, 126, 937-943.12/2016
Expeditious synthesis of polyacetylenic water hemlock toxins and their effects on the major GABAA receptor isoform.Chemical Communications, doi: 10.1039/c7cc09801d02/2018