Senior Researchers

Dr Patricia Hayes Dr Patricia Hayes

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Universite du Maine, Les Mans, France
PhD (Organic Chemistry), Universite du Maine, Les Mans, France

Position

Analytical Spectroscopy Facilitator (NMR manager/Technical officer)

Research interests:

  • Organic Synthesis/ Total Synthesis of Natural Products
  • Total Synthesis of Enantiomerically Pure Marine products and Insect Pheromones
  • Medicinal Chemistry/Drug delivery
  • Isolation/structure elucidation of natural products from medicinal and Australian plants.
  • Analytical and Preparative Enantioselective Chromatography.

Memberships:

Royal Australian Chemical Institute (MRACI)

5 key publications:

  1. Enzyme-Substrate Complementarity Governs Access to a Cationic Reaction Manifold in the P450BM3-Catalysed Oxidation of Cyclopropyl Fatty Acids. Cryle, Max J.; Hayes, Patricia Y.; De Voss, James J. Chemistry--A European Journal (2012), 18(50), 15994-15999
  2. Pimelotides A and B, Diterpenoid Ketal-Lactone Orthoesters with an Unprecedented Skeleton from Pimelea elongata. Hayes, Patricia Y.; Chow, Sharon; Somerville, Michael J.; De Voss, James J.; Fletcher, Mary T. Journal of Natural Products (2009), 72(12), 2081-2083.
  3. Polycationic lipophilic-core dendrons as penetration enhancers for the oral administration of low molecular weight heparin. Hayes, Patricia Y.; Ross, Benjamin P.; Thomas, Bradley G.; Toth, Istvan. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry (2006), 14(1), 143-152.
  4. Total Synthesis and Absolute Stereochemistry of Plakortone D. Hayes, Patricia Y.; Kitching,William. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002), 124(33), 9718-9719.
  5. Synthesis and stereochemistry of some bicyclic γ-lactones from parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Utility of hydrolytic kinetic resolution of epoxides and palladium(II)-catalyzed hydroxycyclization-carbonylation-lactonization of Ene-diols Paddon-Jones, Gregory C.; McErlean, Christopher S. P.; Hayes, Patricia; Moore, Christopher J.; Konig, Wilfried A.; Kitching, William. Journal of Organic Chemistry (2001), 66(22), 7487-7495.

email address
phayes@uow.edu.au

phone number
+61 (02) 4221 5548

Location
AIIM 231

Last reviewed: 10 November, 2015