Our laboratory’s contributions to the field of drug discovery and development are focused along two synergistic directions: a. designing novel pathways for the creation of small molecule chemical space and b. discovery of new biocatalytic systems. We strive to accomplish these goals in a green, economic and sustainable fashion by harnessing nature's biosynthetic potential. Using powerful tools such as genomics, organic synthesis and mechanistic enzymology, we design projects that target medicinally-important, structurally challenging molecules.
This site is designed to keep you updated with research and teaching my group and I are excited about. We welcome you to our website describing our efforts at Case Western Reserve University's Department of Chemistry.
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