2012 - Charles Rees Award, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK) in recognition of his numerous outstanding contributions to heterocyclic chemistry, including the synthesis of a variety of heterocycles of biological interest, over a period of many years
1985 - Corday–Morgan Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
Organic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Stereochemistry, Rhodium and Quinone are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Organic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Amino acid and Combinatorial chemistry. In his study, Copper and Thiazole is strongly linked to Carbene, which falls under the umbrella field of Medicinal chemistry.
The various areas that Christopher J. Moody examines in his Stereochemistry study include Oxidoreductase, Ring, Oxindole and Chemical synthesis. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Rhodium, focusing on Insertion reaction and, on occasion, Natural product. His Quinone research incorporates themes from Prodrug, Quinone oxidoreductase and Alkaloid.
Christopher J. Moody mainly investigates Organic chemistry, Stereochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Rhodium and Combinatorial chemistry. His studies in Diazo, Bicyclic molecule, Enantioselective synthesis, Reagent and Yield are all subfields of Organic chemistry research. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ring and Quinone oxidoreductase.
The various areas that Christopher J. Moody examines in his Medicinal chemistry study include Decomposition, Intramolecular force, Cycloaddition and Carbene. His study with Rhodium involves better knowledge in Catalysis. His work in Indole test addresses issues such as Oxazole, which are connected to fields such as Natural product and Total synthesis.
Christopher J. Moody mainly focuses on Organic chemistry, Stereochemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Medicinal chemistry and Catalysis. His study in Organic chemistry focuses on Diazo, Reagent, Regioselectivity, Naphthoquinone and Yield. His study in Stereochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biochemistry and Chemical synthesis.
His Combinatorial chemistry research includes elements of Amino acid, Intramolecular force, Ring and Drug discovery. His work in Medicinal chemistry covers topics such as Carbene which are related to areas like Copper. His research in Catalysis tackles topics such as Oxygen which are related to areas like Photochemistry.
His primary areas of study are Organic chemistry, Stereochemistry, Chemical synthesis, Catalysis and Carbene. The study of Stereochemistry is intertwined with the study of Ring in a number of ways. The Chemical synthesis study combines topics in areas such as Amidine and Ethyl diazoacetate.
His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Nucleophilic aromatic substitution, Electrophilic aromatic substitution, Photochemistry, Oxygen and Quinazoline. The concepts of his Carbene study are interwoven with issues in Hydrazide, Medicinal chemistry, Triazine, Rhodium and Copper. His research in Rhodium intersects with topics in Insertion reaction and Aldol reaction.
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Indole synthesis – something old, something new
Martyn Inman;Christopher J. Moody.
Chemical Science (2013)
From amino acids to heteroaromatics--thiopeptide antibiotics, nature's heterocyclic peptides.
Rachael A. Hughes;Christopher J. Moody.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Synthetic applications of the O-H insertion reactions of carbenes and carbenoids derived from diazocarbonyl and related diazo compounds
David J. Miller;Christopher J. Moody.
Oxidative activation of antioxidant defence
Paul G. Winyard;Christopher J. Moody;Claus Jacob.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (2005)
The chemistry of sulfilimines
Thomas L. Gilchrist;Christopher J. Moody.
Chemical Reviews (1977)
Indium metal as a reducing agent in organic synthesis
Michael R. Pitts;Justin R. Harrison;Christopher J. Moody.
Journal of The Chemical Society-perkin Transactions 1 (2001)
Total Synthesis of the Thiopeptide Promothiocin A
Mark C. Bagley;Katherine E. Bashford;and Claire L. Hesketh;Christopher J. Moody.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Keap calm, and carry on covalently.
Anthony J Wilson;Jeffrey K Kerns;James F Callahan;Christopher J Moody.
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2013)
Total synthesis of the thiopeptide antibiotic amythiamicin D.
Rachael A. Hughes;Stewart P. Thompson;Lilian Alcaraz;Christopher J. Moody.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Natural and synthetic quinones and their reduction by the quinone reductase enzyme NQO1: from synthetic organic chemistry to compounds with anticancer potential
Marie A. Colucci;Gavin D. Couch;Christopher J. Moody.
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry (2008)
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