Hasan Kucukbay


H. Küçükbay was born in Yeşilyurt-Malatya, TURKEY in 1963. He received his BS degree from the University of Inonu, Malatya, Turkey in 1985, and He graduated with a MSc and a PhD in organic chemistry from the University of Inonu in 1988 and 1993, respectively. He worked for one year as researcher at Professor M.F. Lappert's research laboratory at Sussex, UK in 1991-1992, six weeks as researcher at Professor Pierre H. Dixneuf’s research laboratory at Rennes, France in 1995, three months as short-term research scholar at Professor Alan R. Katritzky’s research lab at University of Florida, USA in 2012 and two months as visiting researcher at Professor Claudiu T. Supuran’s research lab at University of Florence, Italy in 2015. He received his Professor degree from Inonu University in 2003 and He is still working there.

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His research interest, have been in electron-rich olefins, their carbenmetal complexes and catalytic properties such as cyclisation and Suzuki and Heck C-C cross coupling reactions, synthesis of heterocyclic compounds, peptide-heterocyclic compound conjugates and Medicinal Chemistry

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