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Prof Dr. André Luiz Agnes Stein | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Professor, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso (UFMT), Brazil

André Luiz Agnes Stein, known in bibliographic citations as STEIN, André Luiz Agnes; Stein, André L.; Stein, André L.; André Luiz Stein; Stein, André Luiz; STEIN, ANDRE; AGNES STEIN, ANDRÉ LUIZ; STEIN, ANDRE L.; Stein, A. L., is a versatile scholar whose work spans various fields. With a keen intellect and a passion for research, Stein has contributed significantly to academia. 📚 His diverse range of interests and expertise makes him a valuable asset in interdisciplinary collaborations. Whether delving into theoretical frameworks or conducting empirical studies, Stein’s rigorous approach and innovative thinking shine through in his publications. 🌟 As a respected figure in his field, Stein’s work continues to inspire and influence fellow researchers worldwide.




Academic graduation

André Luiz Agnes Stein embarked on an illustrious academic journey, culminating in a rich tapestry of achievements in chemistry. 🎓 From his foundational years at the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM) in Brazil, Stein exhibited a fervent dedication to his field. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry in 2008, followed by a Master’s degree in 2010, where he delved into the synthesis and reactivity of novel chalcogenophenes. His quest for knowledge led him to pursue a Ph.D., during which he explored the synthesis of heterocycles and chalcogenophenes via cyclization reactions, earning his doctorate in 2013. Stein’s academic pursuits were further enriched by a sandwich period at Universität Regensburg, Germany, under the guidance of Axel Jacobi von Wangelin. 🌟 Throughout his academic odyssey, Stein was supported by prestigious scholarships from CAPES and CNPq, cementing his status as a promising scholar in the realm of chemistry.

Research project

André Luiz Agnes Stein leads groundbreaking research initiatives focused on the synthesis and reactivity of compounds containing chalcogen in their structure, aiming for greener synthetic routes. 🌱 This forward-thinking approach aligns with contemporary demands for sustainable chemistry practices. Currently overseeing a team of dedicated researchers, including Leonardo Gomes de Vasconcelos, Lucas Campos Curcino Vieira, Sandynara Aguiar Gama Soares de Oliveira, and Andreia Veiga Prado, Stein’s projects delve into the realms of organic chemistry and biological evaluation. Notably, his exploration of glycerol’s utility in organic transformations underscores his commitment to innovation and environmental consciousness. These endeavors highlight Stein’s impactful contributions to advancing knowledge in the field of chemistry.

Publications Top Notes

Transition-Metal Free, One Pot Synthesis of Selenoesters via Reaction of Alkyl Selenides and Acyl Chlorides

Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2023.

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Tryptophan methyl ester: a proposal of the thermal decomposition mechanism

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2022.

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Selective activity of diselenides against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) larvae

Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical. Revista, 2021.

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Insight into organoselenium compounds as photosynthesis inhibitors

Brazilian Journal of Development, 2021.

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Synthesis of selenol esters via the reaction of acyl chlorides with diselenides in the presence of Zn dust catalyzed by CoCl2.6H2O

Tetrahedron Letters, 2021.

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As Mulheres da Engenharia Química e a Disseminação de Conhecimentos no Combate ao Covid-19

Experiência – Revista Científica de Extensão, 2021.

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Sulfhydryl-Based Inhibition of δ-ALA-D and Na+, K+-ATPase Activities Depends on the Organoselenium Group Bonded to the Isoquinoline

Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 2017.

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Antioxidant effect of quinoline derivatives containing or not selenium: Relationship with antinociceptive action quinolines are antioxidant and antinociceptive

Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 2017.

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4-Organoseleno-Isoquinolines Selectively and Reversibly Inhibit the Cerebral Monoamine Oxidase B Activity

Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 2016.

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Synthesis of Chalcogenophenes via Cyclization of 1,3-Diynes Promoted by Iron(III) Chloride and Dialkyl Dichalcogenides

Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis (Print), Year Not Provided.

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André Luiz Agnes Stein | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

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