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With more than 500 papers published and 15000 citations, JANINE COSSY has been made very solid contributions to organic synthesis in the last decades. She will be the first woman to minister an opening lecture in BMOS!!
Keynote Speaker Announcement
Message of the Chairs
of 18th BMOS
It is our pleasure to welcome you to Tiradentes in 2022 for the 18th Brazilian Meeting on Organic Synthesis.
BMOS is the largest scientific event dedicated to Organic Chemistry in Latin America and aims to bring together scientists from all the parts of the world to share the most important findings in the frontier of science. We wish to invite you to take part in this exciting meeting which will bring together the very best in Brazilian Organic Synthesis and colleagues from all over the world.
RSC/BMOS Early Career Investigator Award
Winners of the RSC/BMOS Early Career Investigator Award
On behalf of the RSC and BMOS board, we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 RSC/BMOS Early Career Investigator Award – Professors Clarissa P. Frizzo (UFSM), Fernanda A. Rosa (UEM), Clare S. Mahon (Durham University) and Alastair J. J. Lennox (University of Bristol)! Our warmest congratulations to the award winning professors!
Clarissa Frizzo studied at the Federal University of Santa Maria, earning a PhD in Organic Chemistry. Since 2013, she is Professor at the Federal University of Santa Maria. In 2019, he was a Visiting Professor at the Department of Bioengineering, University of Texas at Dallas, USA. She has also co-authored and authored 12 book chapters. Professor Frizzo is a CNPq Research Productivity Fellow - Level 1D and has 135 publications with more than 2700 citations and H-index = 23.
Learn more about Frizzo’s research by reading her publication in the RSC journal CrystEngComm: CrystEngComm, 2020, 22, 708-719.
Fernanda Rosa studied at the Federal University of Santa Maria, earning a PhD in Organic Chemistry. Since 2011, she is Professor at the State University of Maringa. She was coordinator of the Post-graduate Program in Chemistry at UEM and she is an active member of the Organic Chemistry Division of the Brazilian Chemical Society. Professor Rosa is a CNPq Research Productivity Fellow - Level 2 and has 53 publications with 749 citations and H-index = 17.
Learn more about Rosa’s research by reading her publication in the RSC journal Org. & Biomol. Chem.: Org. Biomol. Chem., 2020, 18, 2524-2537.
Clare S. Mahon studied at the Newcastle University, earning a PhD in Organic Chemistry working with Prof. David A. Fulton. In 2017, she received the prestigious Marie Skłodowska Curie Global Fellowship: University of Sydney/University of York, working with Prof. Elizabeth New and Dr Markus Müllner. Since 2019, she is Assistant Professor at the Durham University. She has publications in J. Am. Chem. Soc., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., ACS Appl. Polym. Mater., among others.
Learn more about Mahon’s research by reading her publication in the RSC journal Faraday Discussions: Faraday Discuss., 2019, 219, 112-127.
Alastair Lennox studied at the University of Bristol, earning a PhD in Organic Chemistry working with Prof. Prof Lloyd-Jones FRS (iCASE award from AstraZeneca). He was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since 2018, he is Lecturer at the University of Bristol. Dr. Lennox has 35 publications with more than 3000 citations and H-index = 22. He has publications in Nature Catalysis, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., ACS Central Science, Chem. Sci., among others.
Learn more about Lennox’s research by reading his publication in the RSC journal Chemical Science: Chem. Sci., 2021, 12, 10252-10258.
Winners of the BMOS Award - 2nd Edition
On behalf of the 18th BMOS Organizing Committee, we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 BMOS Award – Professors Alaide Braga de Oliveira (UFMG), Anita Jocelyne Marsaioli (Unicamp), Eliezer Jesus de Lacerda Barreiro (UFRJ), Paulo Roberto Ribeiro Costa (UFRJ) and Luiz Fernando da Silva Júnior (USP) (in memoriam)! Our warmest congratulations to the award winning professors!
Alaíde B. de Oliveira studied Pharmacy at Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). She earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry at UFMG (1967). She was Full Professor at the Chemistry Department at UFMG during 25 years. Since 1991, she is Professor of the Faculty of Pharmacy (UFMG). She was also visiting professor at Federal University of Pará (2017-9). She is interest on Natural Products and Organic Chemistry. Prof. Oliveira has 188 publications with more than 3000 citations. Her H-index = 34.
Learn more about Oliveira´s research by reading her Lattes CV in the CNPq home page: http://lattes.cnpq.br/3719659803766075
Anita Jocelyne Marsaioli studied Chemical Engineering at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). She earned her Ph.D. degree at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in Organic Chemistry (1978). She is Full Professor at UNICAMP since 1970. She is interested in Natural Products, NMR and Biocatalysts. Prof. Marsaioli has 176 publications with more than 3200 citations. Her H-index is 33.
Eliezer Barreiro studied at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and Université de Grenoble Alpes (France). He was Full Professor at UFRJ (1986-2022). He had authored 13 book chapters and 5 books, mainly “Química Medicinal: as bases moleculares da ação dos fármacos” and "Fundamentos de Química Farmacêutica Medicinal". Prof. Eliezer has 24 patents, and 346 publications with more than 10000 citations. His H-index is 46.
Paulo Costa studied at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He was a postdoctoral fellow at Université Scientifique et Medical de Grenoble and at École Superieure de Physique et Chimie. In 1996, he began his independent career at UFRJ. He is author of 3 books, mainly “Substâncias Carboniladas e Derivados” and “Ácidos e Bases em Química Orgânica”. Prof. Costa has 169 publications with more than 2400 citations. His H-index = 25.
Luiz Fernando studied Chemistry at the State University of São Paulo (1993, USP), earning a PhD in Organic Chemistry at the same University in 1999. He was professor at USP (2002-2017). He did postdoctoral studies with Prof. Molander (1999-2000) and Prof. Helena Ferraz (2000-2, USP). He was interested in Organic Synthesis and hypervalent iodine chemistry. Prof. Luiz Fernando had over his career 63 publications with almost 1200 citations. His H-index = 21.
Learn more about Silva´s research by reading her Lattes CV in the CNPq home page: http://lattes.cnpq.br/1453814746369711
The Front Cover shows a traditional steam locomotive, known in Brazil as Maria Fumaça. Preserving the memory of the railway that connects São João del Rei to Tiradentes, historic cities in the state of Minas Gerais, the locomotive is still in operation nowadays and represents part of the historical heritage of Minas Gerais. The Maria Fumaça in the image is on a journey to Tiradentes with scientists and their organic molecules for the 18th Brazilian Meeting on Organic Synthesis (18th BMOS). We would like to thank Prof. Marcelo S. Valle from the Federal University of São João del-Rei for his dedication in preparing the image.
BMOS Special Issue:
O BMOS sempre foi, tradicionalmente, um congresso de encontros. Inúmeras foram as colaborações, parcerias e orientações no exterior oriundas de reuniões ocorridas neste que é o principal congresso de química orgânica da
América Latina. Estas reuniões sempre foram realizadas em ambientes com altíssimo nível científico e sociabilidade. Assim, considerando as barreiras sanitárias internacionais impostas pela pandemia de COVID-19, havíamos adiado o evento. Agora, devido ao avanço da vacinação mundial e da adoção de protocolos internacionais que são constantemente atualizados para
que vivamos em segurança o “novo normal”, a comissão organizadora tem o prazer de anunciar a data do evento, que será realizado em:
Tiradentes entre os dias 17-21 de outubro de 2022!
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