Dr Shailesh R Shah

FACULTY OF SCIENCE >> Department of Chemistry
 
Designation : Professor
Qualification : M.Sc. (Org. Chemistry),Ph.D.
Phone Nos : 0265-279 5552(O) 0265-2483848 (R)0942881217
Email :
Experience : Teaching Experience: 21 Years at M S University Research Experience: 31 Years
Areas of Interest : Teaching Interests: Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Reagents, Pericyclic reactions, Spectroscopy etc Research Interests: Organic Synthesis, Supramolecular Chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Heterocyclic Chemistry, Polymeric Materials.
 
Dr Shailesh  R  Shah

Detailed CV

Name: Shailesh Rajanikant Shah  
   
Designation : Professor
 
E Mail: shailesh-chem@msubaroda.ac.in (functions many times), sumanene@yahoo.co.uk
 
Phone No(s): 0265-279 5552(O)
                      0265-2483848 (R)
                         0942881217
 
Educational Qualifications: M Sc; Ph. D. NET (CSIR) 
 
Post Doctoral Research: 1986-1988 with Professor Girish K Trivedi, IIT Mumbai.
                                        1988-1993 with Professor Goverdhan Mehta, University of Hyderabad    
                              2001-2003 with Professor Jae-Suk Lee, Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology
 
Area of Specialization: Organic Chemistry,
 
Teaching Experience:  21 Years at the M S University of Baroda
Research Experience:  31 Years research experience.

Teaching Interests:      Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Reagents, Pericyclic reactions, Spectroscopy etc


Research Interests: Organic Synthesis, Supramolecular Chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Heterocyclic Chemistry, Polymeric Materials.

 

 
Selected Publications:

 

 
1)         Thermal Rearrangement of Azido Ketones into Oxazoles via Azirines: One-Pot, Metal-Free Heteroannulation to Functionalized 1,3-Oxazoles.
S. R. Shah, S. S. Navathe, A G Dikundwar, T N Guru Row, A. T. Vasella
European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 264-267, (2013).

 
2)         Mechanistic Pathway for the Formation of Radial Polystyrenes Using Diacyl Chloride.
S. Kumar, P. N. Shah, S. Ahn, W. S. Hwang, I. K. Sung, S. R. Shah, C. N. Murthy, T. Chang, and J. S. Lee
Macromolecules, 45, 2675−2681, (2012).
 
3)         Long-acting Peptidomimetics Based DPP-IV Inhibitors.
P. Jadav, R. Bahekar, S. R. Shah, D. Patel, A. Joharapurkar, S. Kshirsagar, M. Jain, M. Shaikh, K.V.V.M. Sairam
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 22, 3516–3521, (2012).
 
 
4)         Discovery of Orally Active, Potent, and Selective Benzotriazole-Based PTP1B Inhibitors.
D Patel, M Jain, S R Shah, R Bahekar, P Jadav, B Darji,Y Siriki, D Bandyopadhyay, A Joharapurakar, S Kshirsagar, H Patel, M Shaikh, K V V M Sairam and P Patel  
ChemMedChem , 6, 1011, (2011).

 
5)         Towards the Synthesis of Tricyclopenta(def,jkl,pqr)triphenylene (Sumanene): a  Bowlshaped Hydrocarbon Featuring a Structural Motif Present in C60 (Buckminsterfullerene),G. Mehta, S. R. Shah, K. Ravikumar.,            J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 1006 (1993).

 
6)         Total Synthesis of Novel Xanthone Antibiotics (+)-Cervinomycins A1 and A2.    G.  Mehta, S. R. Shah and Y. Venkateshwarlu,Tetrahedron 50, 11729, (1994).