Nicolas Rabasso studied at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France) and obtained his Ph. D. in 2003 under the guidance of Prof. C. Agami and Prof. F. Couty. His doctoral research was focused on new methodologies for the enantioselective synthesis from four to eight membered ring nitrogen heterocycles. He then spent a year on a post-doctoral fellowship at Boston University (Massachusetts, USA) with Prof. J. A. Porco Jr. working on the natural product synthesis (EI-1941-1 & 2 and cytoskyrin A). In 2004, he obtained a position at the University Paris-Sud (Orsay, France) as Maître de Conférences. He got is habilitation in February 2011. His research interests include synthetic methodology, aminoacids and their incorporation into peptides and aminophosphonates.
Synthesis of N-Sulfonyl Ynamido-Phosphonates: Valuable Partners for Cycloadditions. V. Perez, A. Fadel, N. Rabasso, Synthesis, 2017, 49, 4035-4044
From acyclic to cyclic α-amino vinylphosphonates by using ring-closing metathesis. P. Adler, A. Fadel, J. Prunet, N. Rabasso, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2017, 15, 387-395
Synthesis of 5-Phosphonoisoxazoline N-Oxides by Selective O-Alkylation of Nitronate Anions. V. Perez, N. Rabasso, A. Fadel, Eur. J. Org. Chem., 2016, 320-324
Cerium(iv) ammonium nitrate mediated 5-endo-dig cyclization of α-amino allenylphosphonates to spirodienones. P. Adler, A. Fadel, N. Rabasso, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 3612-3615
Strategies for the synthesis of α- and β-amino vinylphosphonate. P. Adler, A. Fadel, N. Rabasso, Tetrahedron, 2014, 70, 4437-4456
Cyclopropanation of 1,2-dibromoethylphosphonate: a synthesis of β-aminocyclopropylphosphonic acid and derivatives. N. Rabasso, A. Fadel, Tetrahedron Lett., 2014, 55, 6068-6071