Bahram Moasser

Bahram Moasser

Associate Teaching Professor

Biography

Dr. Moasser joined the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Notre Dame as an Associate Teaching Professor in 2016. Before that, he was an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, where he was a teacher and a research mentor to graduate and undergraduate students. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Moasser was a staff scientist at the General Electric Global Research Center. He received an A.B. from Cornell University, M.S. from the University of Wisconsin, and a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Moasser’s research interests include synthetic and mechanistic inorganic and organic chemistry; aqueous transition metal catalysis; and design and discovery of novel diagnostic imaging probes. Dr. Moasser’s other interests include music, poetry, and literature.

Recent Papers

  • A. B. Enyong, B. Moasser, "Ruthenium-Catalyzed N-Alkylation of Amines with Alcoholsunder Mild Conditions Using the Borrowing Hydrogen Methodology," J. Org. Chem. 2014,79, 7553.
  • P. Sirajuddin, S. Das, L. Ringer, O.C. Rodriguez, A. Sivakumar, T.C. Lee, A. Üren, S.T.Fricke, B. Rood, A. Ozcan, S.S. Wang, S. Karam, V. Yenugonda, P. Salinas, E. Petricoin, III,M. Pishvaian, M.P. Lisanti, Y. Wang, R. Schlegel, B. Moasser, C. Albanese, "Quantifying theCDK inhibitor VMY-1-103's activity and tissue levels in an in vivo tumor model by LC-MS/MS and by MRI,” Cell Cycle 2012, 11, 1. 
  • M. Zhu, B. Moasser, “Aqueous Ring Opening of N-Tosylaziridine with Aniline Derivatives,” Tetrahedron Lett. 2012, 53, 2288.
  • C. A. Stewart, D.A. Dickie, B. Moasser, R. A. Kemp, “Reactions of CO2 and related Heteroallenes with CF3-Substituted Aromatic Silylamines of Tin,” Polyhedron 2012, 32, 14.

Contact Information

  • Associate Teaching Professor
  • Office: 332 Jordan Hall
  • Phone: 574-631-8206
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