2011 - NAS Award for Chemistry in Service to Society, U.S. National Academy of Sciences For his contributions to the discovery and development of numerous approved drugs, including those for treating asthma and for treating AIDS.
In his study, World Wide Web is inextricably linked to Citation, which falls within the broad field of Library science. Paul J. Reider performs integrative World Wide Web and Citation research in his work. Paul J. Reider merges many fields, such as Organic chemistry and Halide, in his writings. Paul J. Reider performs multidisciplinary study on Catalysis and Asymmetric hydrogenation in his works. In his works, Paul J. Reider conducts interdisciplinary research on Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry. Paul J. Reider incorporates Stereochemistry and Enantioselective synthesis in his research. His study deals with a combination of Enantioselective synthesis and Stereochemistry. By researching both Biochemistry and Medicinal chemistry, Paul J. Reider produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He performs integrative study on Receptor and Ligand (biochemistry) in his works.
Paul J. Reider integrates Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry in his research. He connects Catalysis with Stereoselectivity in his research. He combines Stereoselectivity and Catalysis in his research. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry. He combines Stereochemistry and Enantioselective synthesis in his research. His study deals with a combination of Enantioselective synthesis and Stereochemistry. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Biochemistry and Receptor. Paul J. Reider undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Receptor and Biochemistry in his work. He frequently studies issues relating to Metallurgy and Yield (engineering).
His Thermodynamics investigation overlaps with other areas such as Component (thermodynamics) and Isothermal process. Borrowing concepts from Thermodynamics, he weaves in ideas under Component (thermodynamics). His study in Flue-gas desulfurization extends to Organic chemistry with its themes. Many of his studies on Combinatorial chemistry apply to Convergent synthesis as well. His Convergent synthesis study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Combinatorial chemistry. Paul J. Reider undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Catalysis and Adduct in his work. Borrowing concepts from Pharmacology, Paul J. Reider weaves in ideas under Biochemistry. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Pharmacology and Biochemistry in his work. Stereochemistry is often connected to Moiety in his work.
His Catalysis study is within the categories of Regioselectivity and Homogeneous catalysis. While working on this project, he studies both Regioselectivity and Catalysis. In the field of Thermodynamics Paul J. Reider connects related research areas like Component (thermodynamics) and Homogeneous. Paul J. Reider conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Component (thermodynamics) and Thermodynamics. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Organic chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry in his work. He merges Combinatorial chemistry with Organic chemistry in his study. His Biochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Antagonist. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Receptor and Ligand (biochemistry). He incorporates Ligand (biochemistry) and Receptor in his studies.
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Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Carboxylic Acids with Sodium Chlorite Catalyzed by TEMPO and Bleach
Mangzhu Zhao;Jing Li;Eiichi Mano;Zhiguo Song.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1999)
A New Planar Chiral Bisphosphine Ligand for Asymmetric Catalysis: Highly Enantioselective Hydrogenations under Mild Conditions
Philip J. Pye;Kai Rossen;Robert A. Reamer;Nancy N. Tsou.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
Are heterogeneous catalysts precursors to homogeneous catalysts
Ian W. Davies;Louis Matty;David L. Hughes;Paul J. Reider.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
Ullmann diaryl ether synthesis: rate acceleration by 2,2,6,6-tetramethylheptane-3,5-dione.
Elizabeth Buck;Zhiguo Jake Song;David Tschaen;Peter G Dormer.
Organic Letters (2002)
An improved protocol for the preparation of 3-pyridyl- and some arylboronic acids.
Wenjie Li;Dorian P. Nelson;Mark S. Jensen;R. Scott Hoerrner.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2002)
Practical Route to a New Class of LTD4 Receptor Antagonists
Robert D. Larsen;Edward G. Corley;Anthony O. King;James D. Carroll.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1996)
Synthesis of Chiral 2,2'-Bis(diphenylphosphino)-1,1'-binaphthyl (BINAP) via a Novel Nickel-Catalyzed Phosphine Insertion
Dongwei Cai;Joseph F. Payack;Dean R. Bender;David L. Hughes.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1994)
Efficient Synthesis of Losartan, A Nonpeptide Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonist
Robert D. Larsen;Anthony O. King;Cheng Y. Chen;Edward G. Corley.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1994)
Practical asymmetric synthesis of Efavirenz (DMP 266), an HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitor
Michael E. Pierce;Rodney L. Parsons;Lilian A. Radesca;Young S. Lo.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1998)
A novel chromium trioxide catalyzed oxidation of primary alcohols to the carboxylic acids
Mangzhu Zhao;Jing Li;Zhiguo Song;Richard Desmond.
Tetrahedron Letters (1998)
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