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David J. Goldsmith

Affiliations: 
Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
synthesis of biologically active natural products
Website:
http://chemistry.emory.edu/faculty/goldsmith.html
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Parents

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Gilbert Stork grad student 1958 Columbia
 (Approaches to the synthesis of colchicine)
Robert B. Woodward post-doc 1957-1959 Harvard

Children

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W. Clark Still grad student 1972 Emory
J. Phillip Bowen grad student 1979-1984 Emory
Alexei V. Novikov grad student 2001 Emory
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Robinson TP, Hubbard RB, Ehlers TJ, et al. (2005) Synthesis and biological evaluation of aromatic enones related to curcumin. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry. 13: 4007-13
Furness MS, Robinson TP, Ehlers T, et al. (2005) Antiangiogenic agents: studies on fumagillin and curcumin analogs. Current Pharmaceutical Design. 11: 357-73
Robinson TP, Ehlers T, Hubbard IV RB, et al. (2003) Design, synthesis, and biological evaluation of angiogenesis inhibitors: aromatic enone and dienone analogues of curcumin. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 13: 115-7
Furness MS, Robinson TP, Goldsmith DJ, et al. (1999) An efficient synthesis of 2-aryl and 2-alkenyl-3-alkoxy-cyclohexenones by a modified stille reaction Tetrahedron Letters. 40: 459-462
Goldsmith DJ, Liotta DC, Volmer M, et al. (1985) Preparation and reactivity of α-phenylselenenyl ethers Tetrahedron. 41: 4873-4880
Goldsmith DJ, Lewis AJ, Still WC. (1973) Bicyclic intermediates for trichothecane synthesis. Exploitation of an enolate as a protecting group Tetrahedron Letters. 14: 4807-4810
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