Ph.D., California Institute of Technology 1969
B.A., Dartmouth College 1964
Baldwin, SW, Chen, P, Nikolic, N, and Weinseimer, DC. "A solution to the cyclic aldol problem." Org Lett 2.9 (May 4, 2000): 1193-1196.
Baldwin, SW, and Debenham, JS. "Total syntheses of (-)-haemanthidine, (+)-pretazettine, and (+)-tazettine." Org Lett 2.2 (January 27, 2000): 99-102.
Coleman, RE, DeGrado, TR, Wang, S, Baldwin, SW, Orr, MD, Reiman, RE, and Price, DT. "Preliminary evaluation of F-18 fluorocholine (FCH) as a PET tumor imaging agent." Clinical Positron Imaging (Netherlands) 3.4 (2000): 147--. Full Text
Baldwin, SW, and Debenham, J. "Stereospecific Total Syntheses of Optically Pure (-)-Haemanthidine, (+)-Pretazettine, and (+)-Tazettine." Org. Lett. 2 (2000): 99-. (Academic Article)
Pullen, SH, Studer-Martinez, SL, Edington, MD, Harris, AL, Long, A, Baldwin, SW, Staab, HA, and Simon, JD. "Comparison of the photoinduced electron transfer reaction in a rigid cyclophane and its corresponding bimolecular donor/acceptor complex." Journal of Physical Chemistry A 103.49 (1999): 10220-10225.
Baldwin, SW, Young, BG, and McPhail, AT. "Preparation and evaluation of a cyclic acyl nitrone as a synthon for stereospecific α-amino acid synthesis." Tetrahedron Letters 39.38 (1998): 6819-6822.
Baldwin, SW, and Gedon, SC. "Effect of Nitrogen Substitution on the Diastereoselection of Intramolecular Nitrone/Alkene Cycloadditions." Syn. Commun. 41.4 (1991): 587-. (Academic Article)
Baldwin, SW, and McIver, JM. "Nucleophiles with 2-(Tetrahydrofur-2'-γl)-Acetaldehyde." Tetrahedron Lett. 32.17 (1991): 1937-. (Academic Article)
Baldwin, SW, McFadyen, RB, Aubé, J, and Wilson, JD. "Diastereoselectivity in the intramolecular cycloaddition reactions of nitrones derived from 5-alkenals and chiral hydroxylamines." Tetrahedron Letters 32.35 (1991): 4431-4434.
Baldwin, SW, Greenspan, P, Alaimo, C, and McPhail, AT. "Diastereoselective diels-alder reactions between substituted 1,3-butadienes and n-α-methylbenzylmaleimide." Tetrahedron Letters 32.42 (1991): 5877-5880. Full Text