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Dr. Gilles HANQUET

CNRS Research Director
Ph.D., Université de Paris-Sud XI, 1993

Gilles Hanquet studied biochemistry and chemistry at the university of Paris Sud (Orsay) and obtained his PhD in 1993 from the ICSN (Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles) in Gif-sur-Yvette (France). He spent two years at UCL (University of Louvain la Neuve, Belgium) as a postdoctoral collaborator of Prof. Leon Ghosez, and obtained a second postdoctoral position under the supervision of Prof. Albert Eschenmoser at ETH Zurich, Switzerland (1995-1996). He moved in 1996, as a CNRS researcher, to the University of Strasbourg in the group of Prof. Guy Solladié and he has been a Senior Scientist (Directeur de Recherche) since 2007. His main interests are (a) total synthesis of natural products, (b) enantioselective construction of stereogenic centers bearing an emergeant fluorine substituant and (c) medicinal chemistry.
Research interests

Total synthesis of natural products (polyketides, terpenoids,  cyclic diarylheptanoids).

Medicinal Chemistry (synthesis of VEGFR2 and ARL2 inhibitors)

Heteroelement Chemistry: 
  • Organic fluorine chemistry
  • Sulfur chemistry (sulfoxide)
Scientific communication
90 publications, 4 book chapters, 3 patents
  • Elected member of the research unit council UMR 7042 (since 2018)
  • Member of the doctoral school council (EDSC222)
  • Member of the French-Japanese Society of Fine and Medicinal Chemistry (FJS)
  • Member of the GIS Fluor
  • PE Local Coordinator (University of Strasbourg) of the Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro PhD network (http://www.pehrlichmedchem.eu/)

  • Erasmus coordinator of ECPM (Ecole Européenne de Chimie Polymères et Matériaux de Strasbourg (https://ecpm.unistra.fr/en/)

  • Expert BAP B (Physic/Chemistry) ITRF competitive examination (engineers and technical research and training staff)

Conference organization
  • Organisation Committee Member of FJS 2017, French-Japanese Symposium on Medicinal and Fine Chemistry (2017 – Strasbourg, France) 
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