Vincent CORCÉ

Associate professor

Sorbonne University
4 Place Jussieu, 75252 Paris cedex 5
Tower 33-43, 4th floor
Phone: 33(0)1 44 27 66 97

Research interests

  • Organic chemistry
  • Radical chemistry
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Medicinal chemistry

Current research

  • Medicinal chemistry
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Radical chemistry

Scientific career

  • 2004 – 2007 : BSc in biochemistry, université of Nantes.
  • 2008 : Master degree in biochemistry, université of Nantes.
  • 2009 : Master degree in organic chemistry, université of Nantes.
  • 2009 – 2012 : PhD inorganic and medicinal chemistry, under the supervision of Pr. David Deniaud and Dr. François Gaboriau.
  • 2013 :: Post doctoral position at Trinity College of Dublin, under the supervision of Pr. Eoin M. Scanlan.
  • 2014 – April 2015 : Post doctoral position at Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire, under the supervision of Pr. Louis Fensterbank, Dr. Cyril Ollivier and Pr.Jean-PhilippeGoddard.
  • May 2015 – April 2016 : Post doctoral position at Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire, under the supervision of Dr. Marc Petit, Dr. Alejendro Pérez-Luna and Pr. Franck Ferreira.
  • September 2016 : ATER at Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
  • September 2017 : MCF at Université Pierre et Marie Curie.

Selected publications

  1. Polyaminoquinoline Iron Chelators for Vectorization of Antiproliferative Agents : Design, Synthesis and Validation, V. Corce, E. Morin, S. Guihéneuf, E. Renault, S. Renaud, I. Cannie, R. Tripier, L. M. P. Lima, K. Julienne, S. G. Gouin, O. Loréal, D. Deniaud, F. Gaboriau,Bioconjugate Chem., 2012, 23, 1952.
  2. Preparation of polyaminoquinoline metal chelators for vectorization of antiproliferative agents,F.Gaboriau, D.Deniaud, V. Corcé, K.Julienne, E. Renault, PCT, Int. Appl., WO 2013092556, 2013.
  3. Synthesis and Biological Properties of Quilamines II, New Iron Chelators with Antiproliferative Activities, V. Corcé, S. Renaud, I.Cannie, K. Julienne, S. G.Gouin, O.Loréal, F. Gaboriau,D. Deniaud, BioconjugateChem, 2014, 25,320.
  4. IntramolecularThiol-yne Cyclisation as a Novel Strategy for Thioglycal Synthesis,Corcé V., L. McSweeney, A. Malone, E. M. Scanlan, Chem. Commun., 2015, 15, 8672.
  5. Versatile Access to Martin’s Spirosilanes and Their Hypervalent Derivatives, H. Lenormand, V. Corcé, G. Sorin, C. Chhun, L. M. Chamoreau, L. Krim, E. L. Zins, J. P. Goddard, L. Fensterbank,J. Org. Chem., 2015, 80, 3280.
  6. Quilamine HQ1-44, an iron chelatorvectorized toward tumor cells by the polyamine transport system, inhibits HCT116 tumor growth without adverse effect,S. Renaud, V. Corcé, I. Cannie, M. Ropert, S. Lepage, O. Loréal,D. Deniaud, F. Gaboriau, Biochem. Pharmacol.,2015, 96, 179.
  7. Silicates as Latent Alkyl Radical Precursors. Visible Light Photocatalytic Oxidation of HypervalentBis-Catecholato Silicon Compounds, V. Corcé, L.-M. Chamoreau, E. Derat, J.-P. Goddard, C. Ollivier, L. Fensterbank,Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2015, 54, 11414.
  8. Recent advances in cancer treatment by Iron Chelators, V. Corcé, S. G. Gouin, S. Renaud, F. Gaboriau, D. Deniaud, Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 2016, 26, 251.
  9. Primary Alkyl Bis-Catecholato Silicates in Dual Photoredox/Nickel Catalysis : Aryl- and Heteroaryl-Alkyl Cross Coupling Reactions, C.Lévêque, L.Chenneberg, V. Corcé, J.-P.Goddard, C.Ollivier, L.Fensterbank, Org. Chem. Front, 2016,3, 462.
  10. Organic Photoredox Catalysis for the Oxidation of Silicates : Applications in Radical Synthesis and Dual Catalysis, C. Lévêque, L. Chenneberg, V. Corcé, C. Ollivier, L. Fensterbank, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 9877.

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