The construction of chiral and carbon-sp3 rich heterocycles, and polycyclic
derivatives, are at the heart of modern medicinal chemistry seeking to explore
new chemical spaces in 3D. In order to contribute to this innovative field of
research, and following the principle of vinylogy, we are currently studying
domino sequences to synthesize original tricyclic frameworks thanks to
organocatalytic conditions, in accordance with certain principles of
Within the framework of the Laboratory of Excellences SynOrg in Normandy
region, a postdoctoral fellow (12 months) is proposed in the Heterocycles
team of COBRA laboratory (https: // www. lab-cobra.fr/equipes/heterocycles/ -
e‑CatCH theme), for this project aiming at developing efficient construction
of chiral molecules making use of domino reactions with emphasis on the use of
Offer RequirementsSpecific Requirements
We are looking for an outstanding and highly motivated PhD candidate in
organic chemistry (Postdoc experiences will be taken into account) with
excellent skills in organic synthesis and products isolation (extraction,
separation, isolation) and characterization (HPLC et GC chromatography as
well as NMR, IR, MS spectroscopy). Knowledge in (organo)catalysis and
asymmetric synthesis would be an asset.
patient, antibodies and more particularly ADCs (antibody-drug conjugates)
FlowCAP project is an innovative project aiming at improving current antibody-
cytotoxic compound coupling methodologies in order to access different ADCs
allow the development of safe production...
Research Field: Chemistry Technology › Energy technology
The deoxygenation of N–O and S–O bonds is a chemical challenge, and is key to
Deoxygenation of N–O and S–O bonds currently rely on thermochemical methods
A fully funded postdoc position is available in Prof.
Biochemistry of the Czech Academy of Sciences (IOCB Prague) and the Charles
screening and applications in medicinal chemistry and chemical biology.
PhD degree in organic or...
ADISSEO France SAS, a subsidiary of the National Animal Nutrition Division of
ADISSEO employs some 1700 people, including more than 1000 in France.
In partnership with the Poitiers Institute of Chemistry of Materials and