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18. Kinghorn, M. J.; Valdivia Berroeta, G. A.; Chantry, D. R.; Draper, S. R. E.; Duval, J. S.; Masino, B. M.; Cahoon, S. B.; Flansburg, R. R.; Conder, C. J.; Smith, M. S.; Price, J. L.; Michaelis, D. J. “Proximity-Induced Reactivity and Selectivity with a Rationally De-signed Bifunctional Helical Peptide Catalyst.” Submitted.


17. Tyler, J. H.; Patterson, R. H.; Nazari, S. H.; Udumula, V.; Smith, S. J.; Michaelis, D. J. Synthesis of N-Aryl “Hydroxylamines via Stalled Nitro Reductions with Soluble Ruthenium Nanoparticle Catalysts.” Tetrahedron Lett. 201758,82–86.


16. Udumula, V.; Nazari, S. H.; Burt, S. R.; Alfindee, M. N.; Michaelis, D. J. “Chemo- and Site-Selective Alkyl and Aryl Azide Reductions with Heterogeneous Nanoparticle Catalysts.” ACS Catal.20166, 4423–4427.


15. Talley, M. R.; Stokes, R. W.; Walker, W. K.; Michaelis, D. J. “Electrophilic Activation of Alkynes for Enyne Cycloisomerization Reactions with In Situ Generated Early/Late Heterobimetallic Pt–Ti Catalysts.” Dalton Trans. 201645, 9770–9773.    


14.  Walker, W. K.; Kay, B. M.; Michaelis, S. A.; Anderson, D. L.; Smith, S. J.; Ess, D. H.; Michaelis, D. J. “Origin of Fast Catalysis in Allylic Amination Reactions Catalyzed by Pd–Ti Heterobimetallic complexes.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 7371­–7378

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13. Udumula, V.; Tyler, J. H.; Davis, D. A.; Wang, H.; Linford, M. R.; Minson, P. S.; Michaelis, D. J. “A Dual Optimization Approach to Bimetallic Nanoparticle Catalysis: Impact of M1:M2 Ratio and Supporting Polymer Structure on Reactivity.” ACS Catal. 2015, 5, 3457–3462


12. Walker, W. K.; Anderson, D. L.; Stokes, R. W.; Smith, S. L.; Michaelis, D. J. “Allylic Aminations with Hindered Secondary Amine Nucleophiles Catalyzed by Heterobimetallic Ti–Pd Complexes.” Org. Lett. 2015, 17, 752–755.



Previous Publications

11. Williamson, K.S.; Michaelis, D.J.; Yoon, T.P. "Advances in the Chemistry of Oxaziridines," Chem. Rev. 2014114, 8016-8036.


10. Trost, B. M.; Michaelis, D. J.; Malhotra, S. “Total Synthesis of (–)-18-epi-peloruside A: An Alkyne Linchpin Strategy.” Org. Lett. 201315, 5274­–5277.


9. Trost, B. M.; Michaelis, D. J.; Truica, M. “Dinuclear Zinc–ProPhenol-Catalyzed Enantioselective α-Hydroxyacetate Aldol Reaction with Activated Ester Equivalents.” Org. Lett. 201315, 4516–4519. 


8. Trost, B. M.; Michaelis, D. J.; Charpentier, J.; Xu, J. “Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation of carboxylic acid derivatives: N-acyloxazolinones as ester enolate equivalents.”  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2012124, 208–112.


7. Trost, B. M.; Lehr, K.; Michaelis, D. J.; Xu, J.; Buckl, A. K. “Palladium-catalyzed asymmetric allylic alkylation of 2-acylimidazoles as ester enolate equivalents.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 8915–8917.


6. Michaelis, D. J.; Williamson, K. S.; Yoon, T. P. “Oxaziridine-mediated enantioselective aminohydroxylation of styrenes catalyzed by copper(II) bis(oxazoline) complexes.” Tetrahedron 200965, 5118–5124, invited symposium in print.


5. Michaelis, D. J.; Dineen, T. “Ring-opening of aziridines with o-halophenyllithium reagents: synthesis of 2-substituted chiral indolines.”  Tetrahedron Lett. 200950, 1920–1923.


4. Michaelis, D. J.; Ischay, M. A.; Yoon, T. P. “Activation of N-sulfonyl oxaziridines using copper(II) catalysts: aminohydroxylations of styrenes and 1,3-dienes.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008130, 6610–6615.


3. Michaelis, D. J.; Shaffer, C. J.; Yoon, T. P. “Copper(II)-catalyzed aminohydroxylation of olefins.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007129, 1866–1867.


2. Parent, A. A.; Anderson, T. M.; Michaelis, D. J.; Jiang, G.; Savage, P. B.; Linford, M. R. “Direct ToF-SIMS analysis of organic halides and amines on TLC plates.” Applied Surface Science 2006252, 6746–6749.


1. Bronson, R. T.; Michaelis, D. J.; Lamb, R. D.; Husseini, G. A.; Farnsworth, P. B.; Linford, M. R.; Izatt, R. M.; Bradshaw, J. S.; Savage, P. B. “Construction of a surface bound metal ion sensor for Cadmium.” Org. Lett. 20057, 1105–1108.