NKEK13007U Reactions and Synthesis in Medicinal Chemistry (KemiMed)
MSc Programme in Chemistry
MSc Programme in Medicinal Chemistry
MSc Programme in Chemistry with a minor subject
The topics are: Transition-metal catalyzed reactions including cross-coupling reactions; Stereospecific aldol-additions; Chiral auxilaries; Pericylic reactions including click-chemistry; Rearrangements; Fragmentations; Radical reactions including carbenes; Microorganisms and enzymes in synthesis; Methods for the resolution of racemic mixtures: Classical resolution, enzymatic resolution, spontaneous resolution and methods for determination of optical purity; Microfluidics in synthesis; Solid-phase supported reagents for synthesis; Case stories from the medicinal industry: What is an invention? Scalability problems.
Be able to analyze a complex synthetic problem and plan a feasible synthesis.
Be able to analyze scientific papers and patents dealing with synthetic problems and be able to spot inconsistent claims.
Apply the aquired knowledge on organic synthesis on a given target molecule. Be able to translate known methodologies to new problems.
Have an in depth knowledge of modern synthetic organic synthesis according to the content of the course.
Will be announced on Absalon
Academic qualifications equivalent to a BSc degree is recommended.
- 15 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Oral examination, 30 minThe exam is an oral examination based on one of the take-home assignments chosen randomly (by lot). There is no preparation time
- Exam registration requirements
There will be 9 take-home assignments during the course, which will have to be approved in order to take the exam.
- Without aids
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- No external censorship
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The re-examination is also an oral examination based on one of the take-home assignments chosen randomly (by lot).
All missing take home assignments must be submitted no later than two weeks prior to reexam.
Criteria for exam assesment
See Learning Outcome
- Theory exercises