Yevhenii Shchukin, MSc

Yevhenii Shchukin, MSc


Ph.D. Student


Room: 4410 (O26)
Phone: +49(0)731-50-38350



Yevhenii was born in Kyiv, Ukraine and did his Bachelor studies at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. During this time, he was working under the supervision of Dr. Roman Rodik synthesizing tetracationic amphiphilic calix[4]arenes with reactive groups. Then he moved to France to the University of Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier to do his Master studies (Double degree program in collaboration with the University of Kyiv). For his Master thesis he worked on asymmetric synthesis of iminosugars against Gaucher disease under the supervision of Dr. Cecile Dehoux (SPCMIB research group). After getting his MSc, Yevhenii moved to Geneva, Switzerland, where he worked one year in the group of Prof. Dr. Nicolas Winssinger in the University of Geneva. Yevhenii joined the Delius group  in July 2020.
Outside of the lab, Yevhenii enjoys snowboarding in the winter and diving during the summer.

Bachelor Thesis

Synthesis and properties of tetracationic amphiphilic calix[4]arenes with reactive groups

Master Thesis

Asymmetric synthesis of iminosugars against Gaucher disease


4)O. Borodin, Y. Shchukin, J. Schmid, M. von Delius Anion-assisted amidinium exchange and metathesisChemical Communications 2022, 58, 10178 - 10181
3)O. Borodin, Y. Shchukin, C. C. Robertson, S. Richter, M. von Delius Self-assembly of stimuli-responsive [2]rotaxanes by amidinium exchangeJournal of the American Chemical Society 2021, 143, 16448–16457
2)J. Daguer, A. Gonse, Y. Shchukin, L. Farrera-Soler, S. Barluenga, N. Winssinger Dual Bcl-XL /Bcl-2 inhibitors discovered from DNA-encoded libraries using a fragment pairing strategyBioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 2021, 116282
1)T. Castellan, V. Garcia, F. Rodriguez, I. Fabing, Y. Shchukin, M. L. Tran, S. Ballereau, T. Levade, Y. Génisson, C. Dehoux Concise asymmetric synthesis of new enantiomeric C-alkyl pyrrolidines acting as pharmacological chaperones against Gaucher diseaseOrganic & Biomolecular Chemistry 2020, 18, 7852-7861