Dr. Shinichiro Fuse

Dr. Shinichiro Fuse

Nagoya University
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Department of Basic Medicinal Sciences
Laboratory of Process Chemistry
Fields of research: synthetic organic chemistry, micro-flow synthesis, automated synthesis

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-8601, Japan
TEL: +81-52-747-6927
FAX: +81-52-747-6928

Curriculum Vitae
2000. 3.              B.S., Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2005. 3.              Ph.D., Graduate School of Science and Engineering,
                         Tokyo Institute of Technology
                         (Supervisor: Prof. Takashi Takahashi)
2005. 4.              Researcher, ChemGenesis Incorporated
2006. 5.              Post-doctral fellow, Department of Chemistry and    
                         Chemical Biology, Harvard University
                         (with Prof. Daniel E. Kahne)
2008. 3.              Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Science and
                         Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2015. 2.              Associate Professor, Chemical Resources Laboratory,
                         Tokyo Institute of Technology,
2016. 4.              Associate Professor, Laboratory for Chemistry and Life
2019. 11.            Professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
                         Nagoya University

2021                  The Award of Ohsumi Life Science Research Society for 
                          Young Scientist
2017                   Asian Core Program/Advance Research Network
                          Lectureship Award
2017                   Tokyo Tech Challenging Research Award
2016                   Incentive Award in Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan
2010                   Tokyo Tech Young Investigator Engineering Award.
2010                   3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress2010 European Young
                          Chemist Award Finalist
2008                   (Nissan Chemical Industries, LTD.) Award in Synthetic
                          Organic Chemistry, Japan
2006                   Young Scientist’s Research Award in Natural Product Chemistry
2005                   86th Symposium on Organic Synthesis, JAPAN, Poster Award

Selected Publications
Peptide cyclization by the use of acylammonium species
O. Shamoto, K. Komuro, N. Sugisawa, T-H. Chen, H. Nakamura, S. Fuse,
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 62,
(27), e202300647, (2023).

Rapid and column-chromatography-free peptide chain elongation via a
one-flow, three-component coupling approach
N. Sugisawa, A. Ando, S. Fuse,
Chem. Sci. 14,
(25), 6986-6991 (2023).

N-Methylated peptide synthesis via acyl N-methylimidazolium cation
generation accelerated by a Brønsted acid
Y. Otake, Y. Shibata, Y. Hayashi, S. Kawauchi, H. Nakamura, and S. Fuse,
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 59, (31), 12925-12930 (2020).

Rapid and mild synthesis of amino acid N-carboxy anhydrides using basic-to-acidic flash switching in a micro-flow reactor,
Y. Otake, H. Nakamura, and S. Fuse,
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 57, (35), 11389-11393 (2018).

Total synthesis of feglymycin based on a linear/convergent hybrid approach using micro-flow amide bond formation,
S. Fuse, Y. Mifune, H. Nakamura, and H. Tanaka,
Nat. Commun. 7, 13491 (2016).

An efficient amide bond formation through the rapid and strong activation of carboxylic acids in a micro-flow reactor,
S. Fuse, Y. Mifune, and T. Takahashi
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53, (3), 851-855 (2014).

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