Dr Sabine CHOPPIN, Senior Lecturer (ECPM)
Sabine Choppin obtained her PhD degree in 2001 from the University Henri Poincaré (Nancy, France), for studies in the field of polar organometallic chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Yves Fort. After a post-doctoral stay at the University of Louvain La Neuve (Belgium) with Prof. Olivier Riant, working in the field of asymmetric catalysis, she took up a position as an Assistant Professor in 2002 by Prof. Francoise Colobert at the University of Strasbourg (France). Her scientific interests include the development of new asymmetric methodologies, particularly the synthesis of biologically active compounds.
📊 Metrics (2021): 35 Publications; 568 citations; H-factor = 13.
🚀 Recent Projects
2020-2023: ANR AtropCN
2016-2018 ICFRC "Innovation" MOMI-SynTot
2015-2017: ICFRC "Innovation" Project
💼 Educational activities and responsibilities
Since 2021: Dean of Studies for the Engineering degree at ECPM
2016-2021: Dean of Studies for the ChemBioTech section at ECPM
Since 2014: Coordinator of the National Chemistry Olympiad for Bas-Rhin region
Since 2011: Elected member of ECPM Scientific council
2007-2021: In charge of Organic Chemistry laboratory training at ECPM
🎓 Education & Research Experience
Since 2019: Senior Lecturer at ECPM
2002-2019: Lecturer in Organic Chemistry at ECPM, University of Strasbourg, SynCat team directed by Prof. F. Colobert
2001 - 2002: Postdoctoral fellowship with Prof. O. Riant (Université of Louvain La Neuve, Belgium)
"Asymmetric hydrosilylation of ketones by copper catalysis"
2000-2001: Temporary assistant professor with Pr. Yves Fort et Dr Philippe Gros (University Henri Poincaré - Nancy)
1997-2001: PhD thesis, supervised by Pr. Yves Fort et Dr Philippe Gros (University Henri Poincaré - Nancy)
"New lithium and sodium unimetal super bases: Reactivity towards allylphenylsulfide and 2-, 3- and 4- chloropyridines"
1996-1997: DEA Molecular Chemistry (University Henri Poincaré - Nancy)
1995-1996: Master in Organic and Analytical Chemistry (Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy)
1994-1995: B.Sc. in Chemistry (Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy)