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  • MEYER Michel
  • Statut : Researcher (CR-HDR)
  • Team : PD2A
  • Function : Researchers
  • Tags : Coordination chemistry, Macrocyclic chemistry, Molecular imaging
  • 0000-0003-2295-7826
  • Address :

    ICMUB Institut de Chimie Moléculaire de l'Université de Bourgogne
    Bât. MIRANDE - Aille B - Bureau R27c
    9 Avenue Alain Savary
    21000 Dijon – France

  • Tél : +33 3 80 39 37 16
  • Michel.Meyer@u-bourgogne.fr

1997 ® CNRS Researcher, habilitated since 2008
1997      Assistant and co-worker of Prof. K. Bernauer, University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland).
1995/97 Postdoctoral fellow (supervisor: Prof. K. N. Raymond), University of California, Berkeley (USA).
1991/95 Graduate student (supervisor: Dr A. M. Albrecht-Gary), University L. Pasteur, Strasbourg (France).

Coordinator of the ANR project PLUTON (2018/21)

Azide Binding Controlled by Steric Interactions in Second Sphere. Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Magnetic Properties of [NiII2(L)(μ1,1-N3)][ClO4] (L = Macrocyclic N6S2 Ligand).
A. Jeremies, S. Gruschinski, M. Meyer*, V. Matulis, O. A. Ivashkevich, K. Kobalz, B. Kersting*, Inorg. Chem. 201655, 1843-1853.

A Comparative IRMPD and DFT Study of Fe3+ and UO22+ Complexation with N-Methylacetohydroxamic Acid.
T. Terencio, J. Roithová*, S. Brandès, Y. Rousselin, M.-J. Penouilh, M. Meyer*, Inorg. Chem. 201857, 1125-1135.

Effects of preorganization in the chelation of UO22+ by hydroxamate ligands: cyclic PIPO vs linear NMA.
A. Sornosa-Ten, P. Jewula, T. Fodor, S. Brandès, V. Sladkov, Y. Rousselin, C. Stern, J.-C. Chambron*, M. Meyer*, New J. Chem. 201842, 7765-7779.

Selection of recent invited/keynote lectures:

Chelation of toxic metals: from fundamental advances in macrocyclic chemistry to extracting materials.
M. Meyer, XX Mendeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry, 26-30 September 2016, Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Physico-chemical validation of model chelators as a first step towards the design of radiopharmaceuticals employed in SPECT or PET imaging.
M. Meyer, 3rd Summer School of Bioinorganic Medicinal Chemistry, 29 août-1 September 2017, Cagliari, Italy.

Actinide chelation by hydroxamic siderophores: from solution to soil studies.
M. Meyer, 10th International Symposium on Nano and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISNSC 2018), 9-12 July 2018, Dresden, Germany.