Bahram Moasser

Bahram Moasser

Associate Teaching Professor

Biography

2016-present
Associate Professional Specialist, University of Notre Dame
2015-2016
Adjunct Professor, George Washington University
2006-2014
Assistant Professor, Georgetown University
1995-2006
Staff Scientist, GE Global Research Center
1995
Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
1990
M.S. in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
1987
A.B. in Chemistry, Cornell University

Selected Awards

2014
Distinguished Membership, National Society of Collegiate Scholars
2010, 2012-2014
Georgetown College Honors
2004
Citizenship Award for Mentoring, GE
2000
Whitney Technical Achievement Award, GE

Recent Papers

  • Enyong, A. B.; Moasser, B. "Ruthenium-Catalyzed N-Alkylation of Amines with Alcohols under Mild Conditions Using the Borrowing Hydrogen Methodology." J. Org. Chem. 2014, 79, 7553-7563.
  • Sirajuddin, P.; Das, S.; Ringer, L.; Rodriguez, O. C.; Sivakumar, A.; Lee, Y.; Ueren, A.; Fricke, S. T.; Rood, B.; Ozcan, A.; Wang, S. S.; Karam, S.; Yenugonda, V.; Salinas, P.; Petricoin, E.,III; Pishvaian, M.; Lisanti, M. P.; Wang, Y.; Schlegel, R.; Moasser, B.; Albanese, C. "Quantifying the CDK 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, 3801-3809.
  • Zhu, M.; Moasser, B. "Aqueous ring opening of N-tosylaziridine with aniline derivatives." Tetrahedron Lett. 2012, 53, 2288-2291.
  • Sirajuddin, P.; Das, S.; Ringer, L.; Salinas, P.; Rodriguez, O.; Moasser, B.; Yenugonda, V. M.; Albanese, C.; Brown, M. "LC-MS/MS detection of the dansyl-modified biologically active CDK inhibitor VMY-1-103 using an in vivo model system." Cancer Res. 2012, 72.
  • Stewart, C. A.; Dickie, D. A.; Moasser, B.; Kemp, R. A. "Reactions of CO2 and related heteroallenes with CF3-substituted aromatic silylamines of tin." Polyhedron 2012, 32, 14-23.
  • Felix, A. M.; Boro, B. J.; Dickie, D. A.; Tang, Y.; Saria, J. A.; Moasser, B.; Stewart, C. A.; Frost, B. J.; Kemp, R. A. "Insertion of CO2 into divalent group 2 and 12 bis(silylamides)." Main Group Chemistry 2012, 11, 13-29.

Contact Information

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