Welcome to the Sheppard Group website
Our research involves the development of new reactions in organic chemistry and their application to the synthesis of biologically active molecules. We are also interested in the application of organic chemistry in the study of biological processes. We are based in the chemistry department at UCL, situated in the heart of London.
- Persis and Jarryl's work with Jas in Neil Millar's group on the synthesis and pharmacological properties of TQS analogues has just been published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry
- Tom gave a talk entitled "Synthesis and Applications of Aminocyclopropanes" at the "21st Annual Review Meeting" organised by the SCI Young Chemists' Panel and held at the SCI in London on Monday 10th of December
- Tom gave a talk entitled "Some Observations on the use of 'Design of Experiments' in Academic Chemistry" Dial-a-molecule meeting on statistical methods in chemistry held at the RSC in London on Monday 8th of December.
- Tom gave a talk entitled "New Synthetic Routes to Functionalised Molecular Frameworks" at the "8th Choshu-London Symposium" held at Yamaguchi University, Japan on Monday 1st of December. Thanks to Professor Akio Kamimura for organising a fantastic week in Japan!
- Tom gave a talk entitled "Boron Mediated Hydration and Dehydration Reactions" at the "Main Group Elements Conference" (mgec41) in Ube, Japan on Saturday 29th of November.
- Tom gave a talk entitled "Water Driven Chemistry: Formation and Activation of Carbon-Oxygen Bonds" at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan on Wednesday 26th of November.
- Tom's article about our B(OCH2CF3)3 amidation reagent has been published in the Encyclopedia of Reagents for Organic Synthesis.
- Congratulations to Jarryl who has been awarded his PhD subject to the completion of minor corrections. He will be starting a postdoctoral position at Imperial College London in 2015.
- Welcome to Laura and James who have joined the group as new MSci project students.
- Welcome to Joe who has joined the group on a rotation project as part of the ISMB PhD programme in Structural, Computational and Chemical Biology.
- Welcome to Marco and Alice who have joined the group as new PhD students.
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