SynOpen Welcomes New Editorial Board Member Prof. Tian-Sheng Mei
As of October 1, 2022, Professor Tian-Sheng Mei from the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry (P. R. of China) became an Editorial Board member of SynOpen.
Tian-Sheng Mei received his B.S. degree in chemistry from Lanzhou University (P. R. of China) in 2001. For the following four years he studied at Lanzhou University as a graduate student under the guidance of Prof. Yu-Lin Li before joining the group of Yin-Quan Yu at Brandeis University (USA) for his M.S. degree which he obtained in 2007. Together with the Yu group he then moved to The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla (USA) and received his Ph.D. in 2012. After a postdoctoral stay from 2012–2014 in the group of Matthew Sigman at the University of Utah (USA) he returned to China and was appointed as Professor at the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry at the end of 2014. His main research focus is on transition-metal-catalyzed electrosynthesis reactions including C–H and C–X functionalization, asymmetric synthesis, and the activation of small molecules.
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It is a pleasure to welcome Professor Tian-Sheng Mei on the SynOpen Editorial Board. We look forward to a successful collaboration with him in the future!
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