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Norio Shibata

  • PHD
  • Professor
  • Nagoya Institute of Technology Department of Life and Materials Engineering
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Research interests

fluorine chemistry

About

Norio Shibata (born July 3, 1965) is a Professor of Chemistry at the Nagoya Institute of Technology, since 2008. He received a Ph.D. (1993) in pharmaceutical sciences from Osaka University under the direction of Professor Yasuyuki Kita. He worked at Dyson Perrins Laboratory (Professor Sir Jack. E. Baldwin), Oxford University (JSPS fellow, 1994-1996), Sagami Chemical Research Institute (Dr. Shiro Terashima, 1996), after which he was a lecturer at Toyama Medical & Pharmaceutical University (1997-2003), and an associate professor at Nagoya Institute of Technology (2003-2008). He also acted as a visiting professor (2008, 2012) at the University of Rouen with the support by Dr. Dominique Cahard. He received the “Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan 2000", the “Fujifilm Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan 2003”, the “Incentive Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan (2004)”, the “RSC Fluorine Prize (inaugural Prize in 2005)”, the “20th Lecture Award for Young Chemists in Chemical Society of Japan, 2005)”, the “Fluorine Chemistry Research Incentive Award in Research Foundation ITSUU Laboratory (inaugural Prize in 2009)”, the “The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Divisional Scientific Promotions (2010)”, and “Prizes for Science and Technology, The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2014)”. His research interests are wide range of synthetic and medicinal fluorine chemistry.

Co-authors (393)

  • Rafal Kowalczyk
  • Banne Sreenivas

Publications (5)

  • Access to benzo-fused nine-membered heterocyclic alkenes with a trifluoromethyl carbinol moiety: Via a double decarboxylative formal ring-expansion process under palladium catalysis

    • Das P
    • Gondo S
    • Nagender P
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  • An eccentric rod-like linear connection of two heterocycles: Synthesis of pyridine: Trans -tetrafluoro-λ<sup>6</sup>-sulfanyl triazoles

    • Das P
    • Niina K
    • Hiromura T
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  • Asymmetric synthesis of α-trifluoromethoxy ketones with a tetrasubstituted α-stereogenic centre via the palladium-catalyzed decarboxylative allylic alkylation of allyl enol carbonates

    • Kondo H
    • Maeno M
    • Hirano K
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  • Modern Approaches for Asymmetric Construction of Carbon-Fluorine Quaternary Stereogenic Centers: Synthetic Challenges and Pharmaceutical Needs

    • Zhu Y
    • Han J
    • Wang J
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  • Stille cross-coupling of secondary and tertiary α-(trifluoromethyl)-benzyl chlorides with allylstannanes

    • Punna N
    • Harada K
    • Shibata N
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Professional experience

Professor

Nagoya Institute of Technology Department of Life and Materials Engineering

March 2003 - Present

Professor

University of Toyama

January 1997 - February 2003(6 years)

Recercher

Sagami Chemical Research Center

April 1996 - December 1996(8 months)

JSPS Postdoc

University of Oxford

April 1994 - March 1996(2 years)

JSPS Postdoc

University of Oxford

April 1994 - March 1996(2 years)

JSPS Postdoc

Osaka Daigaku

April 1993 - March 1994(a year)

JSPS fellow DC1

Osaka Daigaku

April 1992 - March 1993(a year)

Education

Dr

Osaka Daigaku

April 1988 - March 1993(5 years)

BA

Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Science

April 1984 - March 1988(4 years)