Eric S. Andreansky PhD
Eric focuses his practice on U.S. and international patent drafting and prosecution, patentability and freedom to operate analysis, and due diligence. His expertise is within organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, medicinal chemistry, material science, synthetic processing and organic electronics.
While in graduate school, Eric studied the total synthesis of indole alkaloid natural products that showed potential as novel antimalarial agents. Eric was the recipient of the George W. Woodruff Fellowship from the Laney Graduate School while at Emory University. Also while completing his thesis research at Emory, Eric participated in the National Institutes of Health’s Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) Program, designed to provide PhD students with exposure and preparation for various career paths outside of academia.
Eric previously served as an intern with Emory University’s Office of Technology Transfer, where he gained experience with both the office’s licensing and patent groups.
New College of Florida, B.A., Chemistry
Emory University, PhD, Organic Chemistry
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Publications & Presentations
Shin, Q.; Andreansky, E.S., Marder, S.R., Blakey, S.B. Synthesis and C-H Functionalization Chemistryof Thiazole-Semicoronenediimides (TsCDIs) and Coronenediimides (TCDIs). J. Org. Chem. 2017, 82, 10139.
Kong, A.; Andreansky, E.S.; Blakey, S.B. Stereochemical Complexity in Oxocarbenium-Ion-Initiated Cascade Annulations for the Synthesis of the ABCD Core of Mattogrossine. J. Org. Chem. 207, 82, 447.
Kong, A.; Mancheno, D.E.; Boudet, N.; Delgado, R.; Andreansky, E.S.; Blakey, S.B. Total Synthesis of Malagashanine: A Chloroquine Potentiating Indole Alkaloid with Unusual Stereochemistry. Chem. Sci. 2017, 8, 697.
Andreansky, E.S.; Blakey, S.B. An Iminium Ion Cascade Annulation Strategy for the Synthesis of Akuammiline Alkaloid Pentacyclic Core Structures. Org. Lett. 2016, 18, 6492.