Matthias Brewer, Ph.D

2006- Chemistry The University of Vermont and State Agricultural College 
Organic Synthesis
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Daniel H. Rich grad student 1997-2002 UW Madison
Larry E. Overman post-doc 2002-2005 UC Irvine
Lutz Ackermann research scientist
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Fang J, Howard EM, Brewer M. (2020) A conjugate addition approach to diazo-containing scaffolds with β quaternary centers. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Hensinger MJ, Dodge NJ, Brewer M. (2019) Substituted α-Alkylidene Cyclopentenones via the Intramolecular Reaction of Vinyl Cations with Alkenes. Organic Letters
Cleary SE, Hensinger MJ, Qin ZX, et al. (2019) Migratory Aptitudes in Rearrangements of Destabilized Vinyl Cations. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Liao C, de Molliens MP, Schneebeli ST, et al. (2019) Targeting the PAC1 Receptor for Neurological and Metabolic Disorders. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry
Cleary SE, Li X, Yang LC, et al. (2019) Reactivity Profiles of Diazo Amides, Esters, and Ketones in Transition-Metal-Free C-H Insertion Reactions. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Fang J, Brewer M. (2018) Intramolecular Vinylation of Aryl Rings by Vinyl Cations. Organic Letters
Dhakal R, Ivancic M, Brewer M. (2018) Two-Step Sequence of Cycloadditions Gives Structurally Complex Tetracyclic 1,2,3,4-Tetrahydrocinnoline Products. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Cleary SE, Hensinger MJ, Brewer M. (2017) Remote C-H insertion of vinyl cations leading to cyclopentenones. Chemical Science. 8: 6810-6814
Liao C, Zhao X, Brewer M, et al. (2017) Conformational Transitions of the Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide Receptor, a Human Class B GPCR. Scientific Reports. 7: 5427
Al-Bataineh N, Houk KN, Brewer M, et al. (2017) (2 + 1)-Cycloaddition Reactions Give Further Evidence of the Nitrenium-like Character of 1-Aza-2-azoniaallene Salts. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
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