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Stalin Dhas, V. In Prof. Alessandro Mordini was born in Florence, Italy. He graduated in chemistry at the University of Florence in supervisor Prof. Alfredo Ricci and obtained his PhD degree at the same University in with the same supervisor. He held postdoctoral positions at Lausanne University, Switzerland supervisor Prof. Manfred Schlosser in , , and In he was visiting professor at the University of Kyoto, Japan. His research interest is in synthetic organic chemistry, especially in the field of carbanionic species polar organometallics, metal-mediated rearrangements.

More recent activities focus on the design and synthesis of new organic sensitizers for third-generation photovoltaic cells. In metal-mediated base pairs, transition metal ions are located inside the double helix. This unusual localization is accomplished by using artificial nucleobase surrogates capable of binding metal ions, hence by a formal substitution of hydrogen bonds within a base pair by coordinate bonds.

We are designing artificial nucleobases to be used in this kind of bio-inspired self-assembling array of metal ions. Our best-established system is the imidazole—Ag I —imidazole base pair, whose structure within a DNA duplex was published in Nature Chemistry a few years ago. Moreover, we are focusing on the development of applications for metal-modified nucleic acids, e.

In the context of applications, we recently reported a metal-mediated base pair capable of detecting single-nucleotide polymorphisms. In addition to our work on the site-specific functionalization of nucleic acids, we are developing metal complexes capable of selectively targeting guanine quadruplex DNA as a further central pillar of our bioinorganic research.

His main area are the metal-metal interactions in polynuclear transition metal complexes. Of particular interest are the anisotropic exchange interactions giving rise to zero-field splitting, which he studies using the High-Field Electron Paramagnetic Resonance and magnetic methods.

He has authored more than papers in peer-reviewed international journals. Mariette M. Her current interests are chiral binaphthyl based ligands for development of asymmetric catalysts for carbonylation tandem reactions and development of sensitizers based on tetrapyrrolic macrocycles for biomedicinal applications. She published ca. The research of Riccardo Pettinari centres on organometallic chemistry at the interface with biology, material science and catalysis. Anna M. Post-doctoral fellow in the group of prof. Since professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Wroclaw, full professor since The research interest includes coordination and organometallic chemistry, homogeneous and heterogenized metal complex catalysis, nanocatalysis.

Mechanistic studies of catalytic reactions, mainly with rhodium and palladium. Author of ca. Supervisor of 8 doctors PhD in chemistry. Anthony J. He has aggregation in organic chemistry since He has over 80 publications, was the vice-president of the organic chemistry division of SPQ and founded Chiratecnics Lda in His current interests include, catalysis, organic synthesis, medicinal chemistry, biological chemistry, new drug delivery systems and polymer chemistry. Victorio Cadierno studied chemistry at the University of Oviedo and obtained his PhD degree in working under the supervision of Prof.

He then joined the group of Prof. His research interests cover chemistry of organometallic complexes and their catalytic applications, being co-editor of one book and co-author of 15 book chapters, two patents and more than publications in international journals. Her research interests are mainly in the areas of bioinorganic chemistry and coordination chemistry, where she has been developing metal complexes for therapeutic applications.

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She co-authored more than 75 publications and 3 book chapters. Pierre H. His research interests included both organometallic chemistry and innovative catalytic processes promoted by ruthenium catalysts.

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He developed first selective transformations of alkynes and incorporation of CO2, ruthenium-vinylidenes and —allenylidenes in catalysis, catalytic synthesis of heterocycles, alkene metathesis catalysts and transformation of plant oils. He is currently contributing to C—H bond functionalization using ruthenium II catalysts, even operating in water, and to the fast functionalization of phosphines and especially of polydentate Nitrogen ligands via Ru, Pd and Cu catalyzed C-H bond transformations.

He has co-authored more than publications, co-edited 6 books and his work has attracted several prizes including: A. Miguel A. Subsequently, he started a post-doctorate at Newcastle University UK where he worked on the synthesis of molecular nanowires through the use of DNA molecules acting as scaffold or template for the formation of DNA-hybrid conducting polymers. He was then awarded a Marie Curie Reintegration Grant and started his independent research career at University of Granada. His research centres on the development of nucleic acids-based nanomaterial with tailored properties.

In particular, his research focuses on the use of modified nucleic acids prepared by substitution of canonical purine nucleobases by the corresponding 7-deazapurine equivalents. This strategy has led to the formation of double-stranded and single-stranded DNA-based nanomaterials using metal-mediated self-assembly processes.

For instance, we have proven that these deaza-DNA molecules can be programmed using complementary Watson-Crick base pairs and after that converted into silver-DNA molecules by generating silver-mediated Watson-Crick base pairs whilst retaining the original DNA conformation. We are also working on the study of the physical-chemical properties of these systems, specifically on their fluorescence, conducting and anti-bacterial capabilities.

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After immigrating to the US he earned his second Ph. He was a Research Associate at North Dakota State University in — working in the area of spectroscopy and electrochemistry of metalloporphyrins.

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His research interests include synthesis, spectroscopic characterization, and medical—biological applications of oxime-based ligands and their metal complexes. Currently he is working on several research projects: 1 developing a new family of in vitro and in vivo cytotoxic bivalent Pd and Pt cyanoximates; 2 light-insensitive and thermally stable Ag I coordination polymers as non-electric sensors and indicators; 3 non-antibiotic antimicrobial agents.