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  • Green oxidation of indoles using halide catalysis. [Journal Article]
    Nat Commun 2019; 10(1):4754Xu J, Liang L, … Tong R
  • Oxidation of indoles is a fundamental organic transformation to deliver a variety of synthetically and pharmaceutically valuable nitrogen-containing compounds. Prior methods require the use of either organic oxidants (meta-chloroperoxybenzoic acid, N-bromosuccinimide, t-BuOCl) or stoichiometric toxic transition metals [Pb(OAc)4, OsO4, CrO3], which produced oxidant-derived by-products that are har…
  • How phenomenology can help us learn from the experiences of others. [Journal Article]
    Perspect Med Educ 2019; 8(2):90-97Neubauer BE, Witkop CT, Varpio L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Phenomenology is a powerful research strategy that is well suited for exploring challenging problems in HPE. By building a better understanding of the nature of phenomenology and working to ensure proper alignment between the specific research question and the researcher's underlying philosophy, we hope to encourage HPE scholars to consider its utility when addressing their research questions.
  • Assembly of C3a-Peroxylated Pyrroloindolines via Interrupted Witkop Oxidation. [Journal Article]
    Org Lett 2018; 20(24):7937-7941Lu X, Bai Y, … Zhong F
  • The first synthetically useful interrupted Witkop oxidation has been disclosed through a radical triggered oxidative peroxycyclization of tryptamine derivatives, using a TBAI/TBHP catalytic system. This differs from known tryptophan oxidations, which typically cleave the 2,3-double bond. Upon one-pot reduction, this system renders an easy access to structurally distinct peroxypyrroloindoles, whic…
  • Military Family Physicians' Practices and Perceptions About Reproductive Health Services for Deploying Women. [Journal Article]
    Mil Med 2019; 184(5-6):e424-e430de Kanter CB, Roberts TA, … Klein DA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study support the need to develop a consistent, standardized, and evidence-based pre-deployment process and expanded resources in deployed environments for services related to the provision of reproductive health. Optimal strategies may aim to reduce barriers to care and enable the highest quality of health care through provider education, resource allocation, revised appointment times and content, and diversity among provider experience. Further research is needed to determine the influence of physician practice patterns on patient reproductive health outcomes and interventions to modify these practices to improve patient outcomes and military readiness.
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