Associate Professor
LPSC 235
541-737-6728
Faculty

Education:Paul Blakemore
B.Sc., Chemistry and Mathematics, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK (1995);
Ph.D.,Chemistry, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK (1999).

Awards: Royal Society University Research Fellowship (2001-2004)

Research Group Website:
http://www.chemistry.oregonstate.edu/blakemore/

Organic & Bioorganic web site:
http://www.chemistry.oregonstate.edu/organic/

Research Interests

Research within the Blakemore Research Group is focused on the development of new synthetic methods and concepts for the absolute control of molecular constitution and stereochemistry with an emphasis on connective stereospecific transformations

Representative Publications

"Synthesis, Properties, and Enantiomerization Behavior of Axially Chiral Phenolic Derivatives of 8-(Naphth-1-yl)quinoline and Comparison to 7,7´-Dihydroxy-8,8´-biquinolyl and 1,1´-Bi-2-naphthol," S. Banerjee, B. E. Riggs, L. N. Zakharov, P. R. Blakemore Synthesis 2015, 47, 4008-4016.

"Enantioselective Synthesis of alpha-Phenyl- and alpha-(Dimethylphenylsilyl)alkylboronic Esters by Ligand Mediated Stereoinductive Reagent-Controlled Homologation Using Configurationally Labile Carbenoids," A. L. Barsamian, Z. Wu, P. R. Blakemore Org. Biomol. Chem. 2015, 13, 3781-3786.

"Chain Extension of Boronic Esters with Lithiooxiranes Generated by Sulfoxide-Metal Exchange: Stereocontrolled Access to 2°/2°, 2°/3°, and 3°/3° Vicinal Diols and Related Compounds," E. Alwedi, L. N. Zakharov, P. R. Blakemore Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2014, 6643-6648.

"Investigation of Functionalized alpha-Chloroalkyllithiums for a Stereospecific Reagent-Controlled Homologation Approach to the Analgesic Alkaloid (–)-Epibatidine," C. R. Emerson, L. N. Zakharov, P. R. Blakemore Chem.—Eur. J. 2013, 16, 16342-16356.