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Rathikrishnan Rengarasu

Address: Spemannstr. 41
72076 Tübingen
Room number: 4.A.02

 

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Rathikrishnan Rengarasu

Position: PhD Student  Unit: 

2003-2005: Master of Science

Department of Chemistry

Bharathidasan University

India

 

2000-2003: Bachelor of Science

Department of Chemistry

Bharathidasan University

India

 

2005-2006: Research Scholar

Department of Chemistry

SRM University

India

 

2006-2010: Senior Research Associate-I

Syngene International Ltd

India

 

2011-2014: Research Scientist-I

Albany Molecular Research Inc.,

Singapore

 

2014-         : PhD studies in Organic Chemistry

Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

Supervisor: Dr. Groan Angelovski

 

KEY SKILLS

  • Eight years of medicinal/synthetic organic chemistry experience and have successfully completed several Med Chem. Projects for various leading pharmaceutical clients. My work involves the design, synthesis, characterization of organic molecules and their non-catalytic site HIV-1inhibitors studies against the biological targets.
  • Good experience of handling different purification instruments such as Combiflash, Biotage, Isolarea, U.V-Vis, fluorescence spectrophotometer, microwave reactor etc.

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

1. Rathikrishnan; K.R.; Indirapriyadharshini. V.K.; Ramakrishna. R.; Murugan. R.; “4,7-Diaryl indole−based fluorescent chemosensor for iodide ions”, Tetrahedron 67, 2011, 4025-4030

 

2 . Rathikrishnan; K.R.; Indirapriyadharshini. V.K.; Ramakrishna. R.; Murugan. R.;“Synthesis of 3,5-diaryl substituted indole derivatives and it's selective iodide ion”. Spectrochimica Acta Part A 86, 2012, 640– 644

 

3. Rathikrishnan; K.R.; Indirapriyadharshini. V.K.; Ramakrishna. R.; Murugan. R.;“ Direct Synthesis of Unprotected 4,7-Diaryl Substituted Indoles via Suzuki Reaction Under Microwave Irradiation”. (Submitted )

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Cakić N, Gündüz S, Rengarasu R and Angelovski G (February-2015) Synthetic strategies for preparation of cyclen-based MRI contrast agents Tetrahedron Letters 56(6) 759–765.

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