Thomas J. Hill, Ph.D.

Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
Organic Chemistry
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Lawrence T. Scott grad student 2007 Boston College
 (Progress toward the synthesis of a fullerene-hydrogen[6,6] nanotube end-cap utilizing a 1,3-shift of hydrogen in aryl radicals.)
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Cowley AR, Hill TJ, Kocis P, et al. (2011) Spirocyclic systems derived from pyroglutamic acid. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 9: 7042-56
Shuttleworth SJ, Silva FA, Cecil AR, et al. (2011) Progress in the preclinical discovery and clinical development of class I and dual class I/IV phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) inhibitors. Current Medicinal Chemistry. 18: 2686-714
Shuttleworth S, Townsend P, Silva F, et al. (2011) Progress in the development of small molecule therapeutics targeting Th17 cell function for the treatment of immune-inflammatory diseases. Progress in Medicinal Chemistry. 50: 109-33
Shuttleworth S, Silva F, Tomassi C, et al. (2009) Progress in the design and development of phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) inhibitors for the treatment of chronic diseases. Progress in Medicinal Chemistry. 48: 81-131
Hill TJ, Hughes RK, Scott LT. (2008) Steps toward the synthesis of a geodesic C60H12 end cap for a C3v carbon [6,6]nanotube Tetrahedron. 64: 11360-11369
Hill TJ, Kocis P, Moloney MG. (2006) Stereocontrolled spirocyclic bislactams derived from pyroglutamic acid Tetrahedron Letters. 47: 1461-1463
Field JE, Hill TJ, Venkataraman D. (2003) Bridged triarylamines: a new class of heterohelicenes. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 68: 6071-8
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