Associate Professor of Chemistry
Postdoctoral Associate Florida State University (2009)
Princeton University Ph.D. (2008)
College of Charleston B.S. (2000)
Our research group is primarily interested in the field of synthetic organic methodology. The methods development work in our lab can have overlap and potential applications in a variety of fields such as total synthesis, bioorganic and medicinal chemistry, organometallic chemistry, and reactive intermediates. Currently we are working on the development of new, mild arylmethyl transfer reagents and the applications of these reagents in organic synthesis. In addition, we are developing new transition metal mediated reactions towards the facile development of flavones and related derivatives.
Strayer, T. A.; Culy, C. C.; Bunner, M. H.; A. R.; Frank; Albiniak, P. A.* In Situ Synthesis of 2-allyloxy-1-methylpyridinium triflate for the allylation of carboxylic acids. Tetrahedron Lett. 2015, 56, 6807.
Salvati, A. E., Hubley, C. T.; Albiniak, P. A.* Acid- and isobutylene gas-free synthesis of t-butyl ethers by in situ formation of 2-t-butoxy-1-methylpyridinium triflate. Tetrahedron Lett. 2014, 55, 7133.
P. A. Albiniak, G. B. Dudley, "New reagents for the synthesis of arylmethyl ethers and esters," Synlett 2010, 841-851.
Department of Chemistry
Ball State University
Cooper Physical Science Building, room 305
Muncie, IN 47306
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays