Dr. Hengguang Li

Hengguang Li, Ph.D.

Lecturrer/Core Facility Supervisor

Organic and Medical Chemistry

B.S., Sichuan University, Chengdu, China

M.S., Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry Chinese Academy

Ph.D.,  Sichuan University, Chengdu, China

Office: Science and Technology Building (STB) 307
Phone: 910-672-2651
E-mail: hli


BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Hengguang Li is a lecturer and supervisor of core facility in the Department of Chemistry and Physics at Fayetteville State University. He earned his Ph.D. in 1999 from Sichuan University in China and joined FSU as an adjunct assistant professor in 2014. Dr. Hengguang Li's research interests are in the areas of chemical solutions of bio-active compounds including small molecules and macro compounds in different applications, and in multidisplinary areas of organic / medicinal / peptide / nucleotide /polymeric/ physic / analytical / pharmaceutical / computational / biological / natural products chemistries.


RESEARCH INTEREST

Bioactive molecules including small molecules and macro compounds in application of medicine, pharmaceuticals, materials, agriculture, environment, and new energy. Particular interest is aptamer and aptbody.


PUBLICATION

1. Hengguang Li, Grace M. Chavis, Pseudo Aptamer Expands Aptamer's Applications, MOJ Biorg Org Chem. 2018;2(3):145‒153.

2. Hengguang Li, Pearson Darien, Conjugates toward Medicines. J Pharmacol Med Chem 2017;1(1):32-39.

3. Hengguang Li, Haijing Song, Svein Oie, Robbert D. Lu, Synthesis of cholic acid-peptide Conjugates with a negatively charged ester linkage for oral delivery, JOM Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 7(2): 769-776 (2017).

4. Hiroki Moriwaki, Daniel Resch, Hengguang Li, Ryosuke Takeda, José Luis Aceña and Vadim A. Soloshonok, Iwao Ojima1, Synthesis and stereochemical assignments of diastereomeric Ni(II) complexes of glycine Schiff base with (R)-2-(N-{2-[N-alkyl-N-(1-phenylethyl)-amino]acetyl}amino)benzophenone; a case of configurationally stable stereogenic nitrogen, Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 10(1):442-8, February 2014.

5. Hiroki Moriwaki, Hengguang Li, Daniel Resch, Iwao Ojima, José Luis Aceña and Vadim Sholoshonok, Inexpensive chemical method for preparation of enantiomerically pure phenylalanine. Amino Acids (2014) 46(4):945-952.