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Wang Xin



Xin Wang :  Associate Professor  

Department of Chemical Biology, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences


Phone:   010-82801504

Fax:        010-82716956   



Teaching Courses:

Fundamental Organic Chemistry


Research Interests:

Design, synthesis and biological study of heterocyclic compounds; New methods of organic synthesis. More than 20 papers have been published and three Chinese invention patents were applied. 

Honor and Awards

1)      first-class awards of teaching competition(school of pharmaceutical sciences, 2003, 2007)

2)      third-class awards of teaching competition (Peking university, 2004, 2007)

3)      second-class Scientific and Technical Advance Awards of Beijing(2005)

Representative Publications

1)  Wei Zhan, Meng Tong, Ling Ji, Han Zhang, Zemei Ge, Xin Wang*, Runtao Li*. Continuous-flow synthesis of nitriles from aldehydes via Schmidt reaction. CCL, 2019, 30, 973-976.

2)  Qiang Wei,Junfeng Wang, Eman A. Akam, Dawei Yin,Zemei Ge,Tieming Cheng, Xin Wang,* Anna-Liisa Brownell,*and Runtao Li* Transition Metal-Free Intermolecular C(sp2)-H Direct Amination of Furanones via a Redox Pathway. J. Org. Chem. 2019, 84, 1310-1319.

3)  Wei Zhan, Ling Ji, Ze-mei Ge, Xin Wang*, Run-tao Li*. A continuous-flow synthesis of primary amides from hydrolysis of nitriles using hydrogen peroxide as oxidant. Tetrahedron 2018,74, 1527-1532.

4)  Xiaolei Du, Dawei Yin, Zemei Ge, Xin Wang*, Runtao Li*. Asymmetric Michael addition reactions of pyrrolones with chalcones catalyzed by vicinal primary-diamine salts. RSC Advances, 2017,7, 24547-24550.

5)  Shucheng Wang; Xuhu Huang; Zemei Ge; Xin Wang*, Runtao Li*. An efficient synthesis of sulfonated quinoline diones by copper catalyzed sulfonylation of activated alkenes with sulfonylhydrazides RSC Advances, 2016, 6: 11754-11757.

6)  Shucheng Wang; Xuhu Huang; Zemei Ge; Xin Wang*, Runtao Li*. Metal-free C-3 alkylation of imidazopyridines with xanthates and convenient access to alpidem and zolpidem RSC Advances, 2016, 6(68): 63532~63535.

7)  Zhushuang Bai, Ling Ji, Zemei Ge, Xin Wang*; Runtao Li.*Asymmetric Michael addition reactions of nitroalkanes to 2-furanones catalyzed by bifunctional thiourea catalysts. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2015, 13(19), 5363-5366.

8)  Dawei Yin+, Wei Wang+, Yangqiu Peng, Zemei Ge, Tieming Cheng, Xin Wang*, Runtao Li*. Synthesis of furo[3,4-c]quinolin-3(1H)-one derivatives through TMG catalyzed intramolecular aza-MBH reaction based on the furanones. RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 17296-17299.

9)  Yu-peng Liu, Jin-ming Liu,Xin Wang*, Tie-ming Cheng, Run-tao Li* Multicomponent reactions leading to symmetric and asymmetric multi-substituted 1,4-dihydropyridines on montmorillonite.Tetrahedron, 2013, 69(25):, 5242-5247.

10)  Wei Wang, Junfeng Wang, Shuo Zhou, Qi Sun, Zemei Ge, Xin Wang* Runtao Li* An Efficient Organocatalytic Enantioselective Michael Addition of Aryl Methyl Ketones with 2-Furanone: Highly Functionalized Chiral 3,4-Substituted Lactones. Chem. Commun. 2013, 49(13): 1333-1335.

11)  Xin Wang, Yaowu Sha, Zemei Ge, Wei Wang, Runtao Li*. Fragmentation patterns of novel dithiocarbamate derivatives with pharmaceutical activity under electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry conditions. Rapid commun. mass spectrum., 2011, 25(2): 349-354.

12)  Xin Ai, Xin Wang*, Jin-ming Liu, Ze-mei Ge, Tie-ming Cheng, Run-tao Li*.An effective Aza-Michael addition of aromatic amines to electron-decient alkenes in alkaline Al2O3. Tetrahedron, 2010, 66 (29):5373-5377.

13)  Shuai Xia, Xin Wang,* Ze-mei Ge, Tie-ming Cheng, Run-tao Li*. An Efficient Synthesis of aryldithiocarbamic acid esters from Michael addition of electron-deficient alkenes with arylamines and CS2 in solid media alkaline Al2OTetrahedron, 2009, 65 (5): 1005-1009.

14)  Xin Wang, Yaowu Sha, Xueling Hou, Runtao Li. Electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometric analysis of fragmentation patterns of dithiocarbamate derivatives. Rapid commun. mass spectrum., 2006; 20: 719-722.

15)  Xin Wang, Feng-Li Gao, Hong-Bin Piao, Tie-Ming Cheng, Run-Tao Li. Unique spirocyclo-piperazinium salt. Part 2: Synthesis and structure-activity relationship of dispirocyclo- piperazinium salts as analgesics. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 2003, 13:1729-1732.