Bahram Moasser

Bahram Moasser


Associate Teaching Professor, University of Notre Dame
Adjunct Professor, George Washington University
Assistant Professor, Georgetown University
Staff Scientist, GE Global Research Center
Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
M.S. in Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
A.B. in Chemistry, Cornell University

Selected Awards

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