Hai Feng Ji
Pennsylvania View Profile
Drug discovery on cancer and bacterial biofilm, Micro- and Nanosensors, Optoelectronics, Nanomaterials, Conductive polymers, Hydrogels for biomedical applications, Surface chemistry, and Plasma Chemistry.
Dr. Hai-Feng (Frank) Ji is current a professor of Department of Chemistry, Drexel university. His research interests focus on MEMS devices, nanopillars and phosphene for energy applications, nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications, polymers, drug discovery, and surface chemistry. He is currently a co-author of 180 peer-viewed journal articles and book chapters. He has an H-index of more than 34.
Walter Filgueira de Azevedo Jr
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul
Brazil View Profile
Bioinformatics in Drug Design and Discovery, Molecular Biology, Chemistry
Prof. Azevedo is Frontiers Section Editor (Bioinformatics and Biophysics) for the Current Drug Targets, section editor (Bioinformatics in Drug Design and Discovery) for the Current Medicinal Chemistry, member of the editorial board of Current Bioinformatics, and editor of Docking Screens for Drug Discovery (Methods of Molecular Biology)(Springer Nature). He graduated in Physics (BSc in Physics) from the University of São Paulo (USP) in 1990. He completed a Master Degree in Applied Physics also from the USP (1992), working under the supervision of Prof. Yvonne P. Mascarenhas, the founder of crystallography in Brazil. His dissertation was about X-ray crystallography applied to organometallics compounds (De Azevedo Jr. et al., 1995). During his Ph.D., he worked under the supervision of Prof. Sung-Hou Kim (University of California, Berkeley), on a split Ph.D. program with a fellowship from Brazilian Research Council (CNPq)(1993-1996). His Ph.D. was about the crystallographic structure of CDK2 (De Azevedo Jr. et al., 1996). His current position is coordinator of the Structural Biochemistry Laboratory at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS). His research interests are interdisciplinary with two major emphases: molecular simulations and protein-ligand interactions. He published over 160 scientific papers about protein structures and computer models to assess intermolecular interactions involving biomolecules and potential ligands (H-index: 36, RG Index > 41.0). These publications have over 4500 citations.
Loutfy H Madkour
Al Baha University
Saudi Arabia, View Profile
Physical Chemistry and Nano Science at Chemistry
He received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the Cairo, Minia and Tanta Universities of the AR Egypt, respectively in Physical Chemistry. Prof. MADKOUR is appointed as the prestigious Editorial Board member of several international journals. He has conducted a series of studies in the field of Chemistry, nanoscience, nanotechnology and nano medicine. His earlier research accomplishments include Biosynthesis of Metallic Nanoparticles (MNPs)s and toxicology studies for Pharmacological applications in medicine and therapy. He has published 150 peer-reviewed original research articles, 15 review articles, and 6 books in the area of Advanced Structured Materials. He is serving in different positions in Egypt, Kuwait, Yemen, and Saudi Arabia. He is a member for many interested international societies, including American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), European Desalination Society (EDS), Egyptian Chemical Society (ECS), Egyptian Corrosion Bulletin Society and American Chemical Society (ACS).
Carl E. Heltzel
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
USA View Profile
taught organic chemistry for over 20 years, was a tenured Monroe Moosnick Professor of Chemistry at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY. At Transylvania, I also held their top teaching award and stipend. I then returned to my birthplace (Washington, D.C. to work at the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) headquarters as the editor of ChemMatters magazine. I co-authored five chemistry textbooks (including the 4th and 5th editions of Chemistry in Context), served as a contributing author on several other chemistry and environmental themed textbooks. I wrote or was the editor for numerous Instructors’ Guides for magazine issues, Chemistry in Context, and Active Chemistry.
Daniel D Holsworth
USA View Profile
Structure and fragment based drug design; Drug discovery and development technologies; Organic synthesis; Pharmacokinetic property optimization; Nanomedicine and drug delivery technologies.
Holsworth is CEO of Stem Next, LLC, a San Diego, CA-based drug discovery company focused on cosmeceutical and dermatology therapeutics. He is a drug discovery expert and entrepreneur with over 24 years of research experience and has served in multiple senior level positions in the biotech and Pharma industry, including Amylin Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer Global Research & Development. He has also co-founded three drug discovery companies: P&H Therapeutics, Inc.; ODIN Therapeutics A/S; and Stem Next, LLC. His research projects over the years have focused on a variety of therapeutic areas-Oncology: cardiovascular, metabolic, and inflammatory and inflammatory diseases; central nervous system (CNS) gene therapy and most recently, dermatology and have culminated in over half a dozen clinical candidates. He earned his doctorate in synthetic organic chemistry from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and was a Post Doctoral Fellow in Medicinal Chemistry at Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Kaplan University Online
USA View Profile
Advances of innovation in society and the hindrances to innovation; The focus is on Patent Policy.
Kent Acheson, D.B.A., MBA (Adjunct Professor) Kent Acheson is the VP of Finance and Operations for Acheson Consulting, LLC. He has managed Acheson Consulting since 2003 and performed all financial management functions, including P&L, budgeting, forecasting, all cash management, taxes, and analyses, as well as, reports to management, including the financial statements and revenue/expense analysis. He received his MBA in 2006 and his D.B.A. in 2012 from the University of Phoenix. Currently, he is adjunct professor teaching graduate healthcare administration finance, the lead faculty, and SME Finance for Healthcare Administration with Kaplan University Online. He is adjunct with Ohio Christian University Online teaching graduate Adult Education accounting, finance, and healthcare management. Also, he is adjunct with JFKU Online teaching undergraduate accounting. He has over 20 years experience with team collaboration, team building and leadership. He published a research paper titled A Study of the Need to Change United States Patent Policy at ProQuest (2012) at the following website address– http://gradworks.umi.com/3528760.pdf, which focused on the Pharmaceutical and Software Industries. His research interests are in the advances of innovation in society and the hindrances to innovation. The focus is on Patent Policy. He has also published research titled Patent Trolls Among Us at bepress (2013) at the following website address- http://works.bepress.com/kent_acheson/2. He has been teaching Accounting/Finance since 2008; and, is currently a member and manuscript reviewer for Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) publication hfm.
Rama Suresh Ravi
National Institutes of Health
USA View Profile
GPCR- based Drug Discovery, Synthesis and biological properties of novel small organic molecules, Synthesis and biological activity of Organophosphorus compounds, Development of novel synthetic methodologies towards organic compounds
Rama Suresh Ravi has a PhD in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from the University of Hyderabad, India. For the last twelve years, he has been involved in organic synthesis. As a graduate student, he worked on many projects-gaining extensive experience in developing organ phosphorus chemistry and palladium-catalyzed reactions targeting C-C and C-heteroatom bond formations. Those studies led him to three first author and eight co-author publications with PhD advisor. After he received PhD in 2012, he joined the lab of Prof. Eli Breuer (Emeritus) at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel as a postdoctoral researcher, where he was involved in synthetic medicinal chemistry for over four years. His postdoctoral work focused on the design and synthesis of novel inhibitors for cancer-promoting extracellular zinc-enzymes like Matrix Metalloproteinases (MMPs), Autotaxin (ATX) and Carbonic Anhydrases (CAs). The outcome of this project led to a new type of cancer therapy, producing drugs free from certain side effects. In this position, he published once as a co-author and contributed to a filed patent that is pending. One of the novel compounds has been licensed to a company and is awaiting further development. In his positions as a doctoral candidate and post-doc, he also trained undergraduate researchers and mentored new graduate students on their respective projects. While working with Prof. Breuer, he began to learn about G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), which are the most important targets for almost 40% of currently marketed drugs. Fascinated by his experience in the area, he committed to future research in the field of GPCR drug discovery. Serving this direction, he most recently joined, as a postdoctoral fellow, the Molecular Recognition Section (MRS) of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Maryland. The founding chief of the Molecular Recognition Section (MRS) and my advisor, Dr. Kenneth A. Jacobson is an eminent scientist in the field of GPCR medicinal chemistry and has an extensive record in the training of postdoctoral fellows. His previous education and experiences have revolved around the intersection of organic synthesis and medicinal chemistry. He particularly interested in reviewing the manuscripts, which are specific to the synthesis and evaluation of enzyme inhibitors, chemical probes and on SAR-studies of the hit molecules. He strongly believes reviewing articles for Organic & Medicinal Chem. Will enable him to expand his knowledge and skills in medicinal chemistry, especially in gaining new professional experience in the field of synthetic organic chemistry, with an emphasis on the processes of drug discovery.
Syed A A Rizvi
Nova Southeastern University
USA View Profile
Micro and Nano-Technology for Drug Delivery; Controlled Release Formulations; Solid State Chemistry of the Drugs; Surface Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Soft Material Chemistry; Forensic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Natural Product Chemistry; Vaccinology and Immunology.
Dr. Rizvi pursued an M.S and Ph.D combined degree program at the Center for Biotechnology and Drug Design, Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University (GSU), Atlanta, GA. While working at GSU, He was trained in the areas of Analytical Chemistry, Separation Sciences, Bioanalysis, Surfactant Chemistry, Chiral Separations of the Drugs, Trace Level Analysis (Forensic Chemistry) of Drugs in human body fluids (led to a US and International patent). Right after finishing M.S and Ph.D at the GSU, he pursued another Ph.D (under Prof. Martin J. D Souza) at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Department of the Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mercer University (MU), Atlanta, GA in collaboration with Dr. Scott L Childs (founder and chief Scientific officer, Renovo Research, LLC). At Mercer, he was trained in the areas of Solid Dosage Formulations (direct compressed tablets), Controlled Release Formulations, Nanoparticulate System for Non-Invasive real time In Vivo Imaging, Cell-Lipid interaction Studies. At Renovo, he was trained in the area of Solid State Chemistry of the Drugs, e.g., Polymorphism and Cocrystallization . He also pursued postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Dr. Fredric M. Menger (Charles Howard Candler Professor) at the Sanford S. Atwood Chemistry Center, Emory University, where he polished his skills in Organic Synthesis, Soft Material Chemistry, Surface and Interfacial Sciences, Gene Transfection Studies using Gemini Surfactants, State of the art, Langmuir-Adam Balance Studies. Moreover, he conducted research as a visiting scientist in the area of pharmaceutical ionic liquids, in the laboratory of Dr. Robin D. Rogers (Robert Ramsay Chair of Chemistry, Distinguished Research Professor and Director, Center for Green Manufacturing) at the Department of Chemistry, The University of Alabama. At the University of Alabama, Dr. Rizvi, Synthesized new salts and ionic liquids of the pharmaceutical compounds with improved solubility and permeability and with prophylactic counter ¬ions for reduction in drug induced toxicity. Characterized the newly synthesized ionic liquid with NMR, IR, TGA, DSC, X-ray and Karl Fischer titration and In vivo studies (transdermal formulations) of various ionic liquids. Recently, he finished course of studies leading to Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with specialization in Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management from Aspen University and a certificate in Executive Leadership from Johnson Graduate School of Management, eCornell Professional Development Programs, Cornell University. He has Published 103 peer reviewed articles that including, 51 journal papers, 48 oral and poster presentation abstracts, 2 book chapters, 1 text book, and 1 US patent (US8168440). His publications include two most highly rated articles, two cover articles and one figure from his paper was included in the textbook Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Daniel C. Harris (7th Edition, p 616, W. H. Freeman, 2006, ISBN-10: 0716770415). He also presents his work through posters and oral presentations in national and international conferences. He serves as editor-in-chief, associate editor, executive editor and editorial board member for 35 different journals (various capacities) and review manuscripts and books for 76 well known scientific publications (journals and books). He enjoys teaching and engaging students in thought process and practice Martial Arts.
California South University,
USA View Profile
Medicinal Chemistry; Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Quantum Chemistry; Nanochemistry;
Prof. Dr. Alireza Heidari, Ph.D., D.Sc. is a Full Professor and Academic Tenure of Chemistry at California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. He has got his Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees from California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. Furthermore, he has double postdocs in Project Management, Oncology, Human Cancer Tissues and Synchrotron Radiation from Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and also in Nanochemistry and Modern Molecular Electronic–Structure Computations Theory from California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. His research interests include Biophysical Chemistry, Biomolecular Spectroscopy, Quantum Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Modern Electronic Structure Computations, Theoretical Chemistry, Mathematical Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Vibrational Spectroscopy, Molecular Modelling, Ab initio & Density Functional Methods, Molecular Structure, Biochemistry, Molecular Simulation, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Oncology, Synchrotron Radiation, Synchrocyclotron Radiation, LASER, Anti–Cancer Nano Drugs, Nano Drugs Delivery, ATR–FTIR Spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, Intelligent Molecules, Molecular Dynamics, Biosensors, Biomarkers, Molecular Diagnostics, Numerical Chemistry, Nucleic Acids, DNA/RNA Monitoring, DNA/RNA Hypermethylation & Hypomethylation, Human Cancer Tissues, Human Cancer Cells, Tumors, Cancer Tissues, Cancer Cells, etc. He has participated at more than three hundreds reputed international conferences, seminars, congresses, symposiums and forums around the world as yet. Also, he possesses many published articles in Science Citation Index (SCI)/International Scientific Indexing (ISI) Journals. It should be noted that he has visited many universities or scientific and academic research institutes in different countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Scotland, Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Russia, Estonia, Turkey, France, Swiss, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, South Africa, Egypt, Brazil, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, China, India, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, etc. as research fellow, sabbatical and volunteer researcher or visitor and so on heretofore. He has a history of several years of teaching for college students and various disciplines and trends in different universities. Moreover, he has been a senior advisor in various industry and factories. He is expert in many computer programs and programming languages. Hitherto, he has authored more than twenty books and book chapters in different fields of Chemistry. S It should be noted that he is currently the President of American International Standards Institute (AISI), Irvine, California, USA and also Director of the Bio Spectroscopy Core Research Laboratory at California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA.
University of California
USA View Profile
Analytical chemistry; Cell culture; Polymer chemistry; Methods of enzymatic analysis
Dr. Khue Vu Nguyen is currently Full Project Scientist in the Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, San Diego, California, U.S.A. He has studied at University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France: B.S. in Biochemistry, M.S. in Molecular Biology, Ph.D. in Macromolecular Physical Chemistry, Ph.D. in Physical Sciences (Doctorat d’Etat es Sciences Physiques). He has worked as Scientist in different French and U.S. Research Institutions and Companies. He is author and co-author of numerous publications and holder of many patents. He is listed in Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, etc. He is member of different academic organizations such as American Society for Microbiology, American Chemical Society. He is invited reviewer of different scientific journals such as Molecular Genetics and Metabolism, AGE: Journal of the American Aging Association. He is also editorial board member of different scientific journals such as International Journal of Medicine and Molecular Medicine, Open Journal of Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases. He is Scientist Reviewer for grant proposals of the Metabolic Disease Two (MB-2) of the Peer Review Medical Research Program (PRMRP) for the U.S. Department of Defense Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs (CDMRP).
Seema P Mengshetti
Emory University School of Medicine
USA View Profile
Design, synthesis and evaluation of novel antiviral nucleosides and their prodrugs for the treatment of HIV, HCV, HBV, Influenza and other newly emerging viruses, Synthesis of nucleoside triphosphate for enzyme studies, Synthesis of peptide analogs for Norovirus protiease inhibitors."
Seema P Mengshetti received her B.S. and M.S. degree in chemistry from the Department of Chemistry, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India in 2002 and 2004 respectively. She completed her Ph.D. in 2013 in the group of Dr. Vaijayanti Kumar, Organic Chemistry Division, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, Maharashtra. Her thesis focused on synthesis and biophysical properties of Nucleic acid analogues bearing 5-atom achiral amide- and chiral D/L-amino acid-derived linkages, as well as Nucleic acid analogues bearing 4’-modified nucleosides for their potential therapeutic application in the field of antisense drug strategy. After completion of her PhD, she worked as a Research Associate in the same group of Dr. Vaijayanti Kumar. Currently, Dr. Seema works as a Post-doctoral Research Associate in Dr. Raymond Schinazi’s multidisciplinary research group at Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology, Emory University School of Medicines, Atlanta USA. Her research involves synthesis of novel antivirus nucleosides for the treatment of HIV, HBV, HCV, West Nile Virus, RSV, Influenza and other class of antiviral agents. She also works on the synthesis of nucleoside triphosphates for enzyme studies. She is a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS), The International Society of Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic acid (IS3NA), International Society for Antiviral Research (ISAR), Indian Society of Chemist and Biologist (ISCB), and Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI).
USA View Profile
Design; Synthesis and evaluation of novel mitotic kinase inhibitors; Specifically Aurora kinase A to be used alone or in combination with existing anticancer agents. Design; Synthesis and evaluation of dual inhibitors of HIV integrase and ribonuclease H.
Sonali Kurup, Ph.D. graduated from Mumbai University, India in 2002 with a pharmacy degree. She then went on to receive a Ph.D. in medicinal chemistry (2009) from Duquesne University, USA. After postdoctoral research at University of Michigan, USA, Dr. Kurup joined the newly established College of Pharmacy at Roosevelt University, USA in 2011 as Assistant Professor of Medicinal Chemistry. Her research interests include the design, synthesis and evaluation of novel anticancer and antiretroviral agents.
Johns Hopkins University
USA View Profile
"Medicinal chemistry; Organic chemistry and Analytical techniques
Vivek Kumar is working as research fellow at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore from 2016. He received his M. Tech. degree in pharmacy from the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Mohali, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in medicinal chemistry from Bundelkhand University in collaboration with the Dabur Research Foundation (DRF) in India. In 2010, he joined Dr. David M. Lemal in the Chemistry Department at Dartmouth College as a postdoctoral fellow. In 2012, he joined Dr. Amy H. Newman’s lab at the NIDA, National Institutes of Health (NIH), in Baltimore, as a Post-Doctoral Visiting Fellow.
Khalid Hussain Thebo
Institute of Metal research
China View Profile
energy transfer in purely organic and metal-organic; novel, low-cost sorbents for low- and high-temperature CO2 capture for power; CO2 and co-injection of gas mixtures; Fabrication of 2D materials; Carbon nanotube membranes; Hybrid/mixed matrix membranes; Metal-organic framework (MOF) membrane; Water treatment; Gas separation; Hemofiltration; Proton Exchange membrane for fuel cell / Proton; Biomolecule/biochemical separations; Ethanol dehydration membranes.
Europe View Profile
Organic and organometallic chemistry; Asymmetric catalysis; organocatalysis; reaction mechanisms; stereochemistry; and synthesis of functional molecules and molecular probes.
Dr.Pavel Kocovsky is currently working as a Professor of Organic Chemistry, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. He published more than 230 article in Top international Journal. He also attended international conferences and has an professional membership.
CalAsia Pharmaceuticals Inc
USA View Profile
Structural biology; Drug discovery; X-ray crystallography; Molecular Biology.
Prasad is the co-founder and Vice President of Research of CalAsia Pharmaceuticals. He has been the core member of drug discovery teams that discovered multiple drug candidates, currently at various stages of preclinical and clinical development, including MK-4965, a second generation HIV-1 AIDS drug candidate discovered at Merck. He was the lead crystallographer and core member of the team that discovered NESINA, Syrrx and Takeda San Diego\s DPP-IV inhibitor, a FDA approved drug to treat type II diabetes and first drug to be discovered using structure-based methods at Syrrx. He designed, built and implemented fragment based crystallography screening technology platforms at Syrrx (Takeda), Merck and Metabasis. He is the recipient of Merck Research Laboratory meritorious researcher award consecutively for 2004 and 2005. He has co-authored over 45 peer reviewed research articles, holds six US and international patents. He serves on the editorial board of Current Protein and Peptide Science.He obtained his Ph.D., from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India and post-doctoral training at University of Minnesota Medical School and the Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California, where he subsequently grew to the ranks of Assistant Professor.
University of Barcelona
Spain View Profile
Peptide synthesis (new reactions; building blocks; coupling reagents; solid phase supports; protecting groups and linkers; Combinatorial chemistry methodologies; Synthesis of peptides; Small molecules with therapeutic activities; Furthermore, his group is also involved in developing new systems for drug delivery and strategies for diagnostics.
Fernando Albericiois Professor at the University of Barcelona, Group Leader at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine-Barcelona, and Research Professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, South Africa. His major research interests cover practically all aspects of peptide synthesis (new reactions, building blocks, coupling reagents, solid phase supports, protecting groups, and linkers) and combinatorial chemistry methodologies, as well as synthesis of peptides and small molecules with therapeutic activities. Furthermore, his group is also involved in developing new systems for drug delivery and strategies for diagnostics as well. He has published over 750 papers, filled more than 55 patents, and has co-authored four books. He has also edited several scientific journal and acted in the editorial board of several others. Recently, he has been honored with a Doctorate Honoris Causa by the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Vincent du Vigneaud by the American Peptide Society, A-rating by the National Research Foundation (South Africa), the Research Medal of the Royal Society of Chemistry (Spain), isas a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and Invited Professor at the University de la Habana (Cuba).
Raja Rizwan Hussain
King Saud University
Saudi Arabia View Profile
Steel Reinforced Concrete Technology - Materials & Structures; Especially Corrosion.
Chung Yi Chen
Kaohsiung Medical University
Taiwan View Profile
Natural Products, Chinese Medicine, Natural Product Research
Wojciech J Kinart
University of Lodz
Poland View Profile
organometallic chemistry, organic and organometallic peroxides, ene reaction and metalloene reaction, physicochemical studies of equilibria in liquid solvent mixtures.
Diego A Alonso
University of Alicante
Spain View Profile
organometallic catalysis; A symmetric organocatalysis; Material sciences and green chemistry.
Diego A. Alonso studied chemistry at the University of Alicante (UA) receiving his B.Sc. in 1992 and Ph.D. in 1997 under the supervision of Prof. Carmen Nájera. After a postdoctorate (1997-1999) with Prof. Pher G. Andersson at Uppsala University working on asymmetric catalysis, he joined Prof. Nájera’s group at Alicante University (1999) as a senior scientist and Ramón y Cajal researcher (2001). In 2003 he became Associate Professor at the same university. He has been visiting scientist at Groningen University with Prof. Ben L. Feringa (2005) and at The Sripps Research Institute with Prof. Carlos F. Barbas, III (2007). He is editor of the journals Asymmetric Catalysis and Open Chemistry and co-author of eleven chapter books and over eighty chemistry articles in international journals. His research interests are focused on organometallic catalysis, asymmetric organocatalysis, material sciences, and green chemistry. Diego Alonso, who is member of the Spanish Royal Society of Chemistry and the Swedish Chemical Society, is Head of the Organic Chemistry Department at UA.
Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
China View Profile
University of Cagliari
Italy View Profile
Synthesis and structure / activity relationship studies of opioid peptides and pseudopeptides derived from the Dmt-Tic pharmacophore (2,6-dimethyl-L-tyrosine - 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline-3-carboxylic acid); Non-peptide prokineticin receptor antagonists; Synthesis and structure / activity relationship studies related to flavonoids.
Gianfranco Balboni was born in Portomaggiore (Ferrara), Italy, in 1956. He received his degrees in Medicinal Chemistry in 1980 and in Pharmacy in 1981, both from the University of Ferrara. He received his PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Ferrara in 1986. In 1986-1998, he was Assistant Professor at the same University. In 1998, he moved to the University of Cagliari as Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry. He is author or co-author of about 140 articles and 3 patents. He is the author or co-author of about 140 papers on national and international journals.
China View Profile
Carbohydrate chemistry, peptide chemistry, nucleoside chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, click-chemistry, physical chemistry, enzymatic chemistry. Biological chemistry, including MIC, ELISAs, Cell membrane transport assays, Bio-analysis and PK, ADME, Metabolic, Proteomic Studies, optimization and validation.
David Morales Morales
Instituto de Química
Mexico View Profile
Pincer Compounds; Catalysis; Cross Coupling Reactions; Green Chemistry; Medicinal Chemistry; Suprmol.
He is 3 years as a Posdoctoral Fellow at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA), Prof. Morales-Morales takes its current position at the Instituto de Química, UNAM (Mexico, 2001). Prof. Morales-Morales has published over 140 papers, including 6reviews intop journals of its specialty, as well as 8book chapters (scan QR-ORCID code below). He served as editor in chief of the book “The Chemistry of the Pincer Compounds” edited by Elsevier (Netherlands) and co-authored the text book “Introducción a la Química Organometálica” edited by the Chemistry School-UNAM.These publications have been cited over3000times for an h index of 24. He belongs to the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores in the highest level (Level III- till 2019) and to the PRIDE-UNAMin the highest level at UNAM (Level D-till 2020). He is member of chemistry societies in México and the USA. Has been visiting professor at universities and research centers in Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, as well as different campus of the University of California (Riverside, San Diego and Santa Bárbara).He performs the reviewing of manuscripts for more than40 chemistry journals of the more influential editorial houses in the world, such as Elsevier, ACS, RSC, ARKAT, Bentham, Wiley-VCH, Taylor & Francis, SBQ, Hindawi, etc. And has been reviewer for diferent international funding agencies such as the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología-CONACYT (México), thePetroleum Research Fund-PRF (USA), theNational Science Foundation-NSF (USA), theFondo Nacional de DesarrolloCientífico y Tecnológico-FONDECYT (Chile), the Czech Science Foundation (GA, Czech Republic),the Israel Science Foundation (ISF, Israel), the ECOS-CONACYT (France-México),the ECOS-FONDECYT (France-Chile)and the National Research Foundation (NRF, South Africa). It has presented over 70 invited conferences in the USA, Venezuela, Spain, Brazil, Netherlands, Portugal, Germany, UK, Sweden, China, France, Russia, Poland, Canada, Japan and Mexico. And presented with his students over 350papers in different national and international congresses and symposia. By invitation Prof. Morales-Morales forms part of the Editorial Board of referees for the journal ARKIVOC, of the International Advisory Board for the journalChemCatChem(Wiley-VCH-Germany), of the Editorial Board for the journal Open Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (OJIC, SCIRP),of the Editorial Board for the journalAdvances in Chemistry (Hindawi Publishing Corporation), ofthe Editorial Board for the journal International Journal of Advanced Chemistry Research (IJACR) (GERMAN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRESS), of the Editorial Board for the journal African Journal of Chemistry (International Scholars Journals Publishing Corporation); of the Editorial Panel for the journalEC Chemistry (E-Cronicon Open Access), of the Editorial Board for the journalBAOJ Chemistry (BIO ACCENT GROUP LLC), of the Editorial Board for the journalMediterranean Journal of Chemistry, of the Editorial Board for the journalInternational Journal of Advanced Research in Chemical Science, of the Editorial Board for the journalAl-Bahir International Journal of Applied Sciencesand of the International Advisory Board for theHomogeneous Catalysis Symposia, been elected in 2010 for his relevant contributions in the field of catalysis and organometallic chemistry.Prof. Morales-Morales has served as Guest Editor for the journalsInorganicaChimica Acta (Elsevier) y Molecules (MDPI). More recently he has been recognizedas one of the most cited authors in chemistry at the UNAM-Mexico consecutively in the years 2012, 2013 y 2014being awarded by theDGAPA-UNAM and Elsevier-SCOPUS.In 2015 he served as Chairman of the meeting POLYMAT-2015 (International Conference about Polymers and Advanced Materials) at Huatulco, Oaxaca, Oax. Mexico.Currently he is the editor in chief of the Journal QUIMICA’AL, published by the chemistry school of the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (UADY-Yucatan-Mexico).
USA View Profile
Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica
China View Profile
Design and synthesis of novel small molecules as structural and functional probes for the diagnosis and treatment of brain disorders and cancer by using the state-of-art medicinal chemistry strategy.
Ao Zhang was born in Sichuan, China, in 1969. He received his B.S. degree in Chemistry in 1992 from Sichuan Normal College, now Xihua Normal University. He was awarded the M.S. degree in Organic Chemistry in 1995 from Nankai University. Then, he worked at the Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry for 2 years and joined the predoctoral program of the same Institute in 1997 under the supervision of Professor Biao Jiang. After he was awarded the Ph.D. diploma in Organic Chemistry in 2000, he joined Professor Alan P. Kozikowskis Drug Discovery Group at Georgetown University Medical Center as a Postdoctoral Fellow. In 2002, he joined Professor John L. Neumeyers Medicinal Chemistry Program as a Research Investigator at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He was promoted to Instructor at Harvard Medical School in 2003 and Assistant Director of the Medicinal Chemistry Program at McLean Hospital in 2004. He was awarded Alfred Pope Young Investigator Award in 2004 and Adam Corneel Young Investigator Award in 2005 from Harvard Medical School. In 2006 he received the Hundred Talent Project award from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and became the Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica (SIMM). In 2011, he was awarded the Distinguished Young Investigator Award from Chinese Natural Science Foundation. His research interests include the design and synthesis of novel small molecules as structural and functional probes for the diagnosis and treatment of brain disorders and cancer by using the state-of-art medicinal chemistry strategy. He has authored or co-authored over 80 publications and 40 patents. Several drug candidates from his research group are now under preclinical studies.
Ibrahim Abdel-Karim Ahmed Abdel-Rahman
University of Sharjah
UAE View Profile
Synthesie of new organic compounds as corrosion inhibitors- Using plant extract as green chemistry corrosion inhibitors.
Ibrahim Abdel-Rahman was born in Beddya (Nablus), Palestine in 1958. He is a lecturer at University of Sharjah since 2000. He was a lecturer atthe Applied Science University (Jordan) (1994-2000). He was the head of chemistry Lab for quality control at the Arab Center for Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals Industries (Jordan) during (1991-1994). He was a rresearchassociate at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (Kuwait) during (1984-1990). He honored Kuwait Scholarship for Graduate Studies (1982-1984), Kuwait. Recipient of Best Research Paper Award in the field of basic and applied science for the paper entitled “Electrochemical Studies of the Effect of 4-Hydroxy-4-Stilbazole on Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel in HCl Solution” at the 4th Annual Scientific Research Forum held during 7– 8May 2008, and organized by College of Graduate Studies & Research, University of Sharjah, Sharjah (UAE). Recipient of Best Research Paper Award in the field of basic and applied science for the paper entitled "Inhibition of Carbon Steel Corrosion by 4-vinylbenzyl triphenylphosphonium chloride in HCl Solution" at the 5th Annual Scientific Research Forum held on 29April 2009, and organized by College of Graduate Studies & Research, University of Sharjah, Sharjah (UAE). He got acknowledgement from the dean of the college of science for the efforts that were done in organizing “The International Chemistry Olympiad” which held at University of Sharjah, 22 March 2010, (UAE). He got acknowledgement from the dean of the college of science for the efforts that were done in organizing “The Second Sharjah Sciences Festival” which held at University of Sharjah, 11-12 May 2011, (UAE). He honored as an outstanding faculty member in the chemistry department during the final ceremony of the Faculty of Science which was held at University of Sharjah on Thursday, 2 June, 2011. He got acknowledgement from the dean of the college of science for the efforts that were done in organizing “The Third Sharjah Sciences Festival” which held at University of Sharjah, 5-6 February 2014, (UAE).
Turkey View Profile
Computer-aided drug design (2D QSAR (Free-Wilson and Hansch analysis), 3D QSAR CoMFA and CoMSIA, HipHop, HypoGen, molecular modelling, conformational analysis, molecular dynamics); Computational Chemistry (Ab initio, Semiempirical, DFT); Antimicrobial, Antitumor, Antiviral, and Antioxidant activities Structure Analysis (IR, 1H NMR, Mass) and Synthesis of heterocyclic compounds
Ilkay Yildiz has completed her PhD in 1995 from Ankara University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. She is full professor at the same department since 2004. She worked for Prof. Dr. James Snyder as a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Chemistry, University of Emory, Atlanta-USA in 2000-2002. She worked as a Head of Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 2011-2012. And she was a Vice Directory of Graduated School of Health Science at the University of Ankara at the same time. She is an Editorial Assistant for Journal of Faculty of Pharmacy of Ankara University since 2002. She published 86 articles. Her research interests: Design using CADD approach and synthesis of Topoisomerase I and II enzymes inhibitors, Glutation-S-Transferase Enzyme inhibitors, Efflux Pump inhibitors, Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors for Alzheimer’s Disease, Anticancer, Antiviral, and Antioxidant compounds.
Mohamed El Sayed El Khouly
Egypt View Profile
Mohamed E. El-Khouly was born in Egypt and earned his PhD degree in chemistry from Tohoku University, Japan (2002). He continued his research in Japan through funding from Venture Business Laboratory (VBL, Chiba University, 2003-2004), Center of Excellence (COE, Tohoku University, 2004-2006), and Japan Society for the Promotion Science (JSPS, Tohoku University, 2006-2008). After that he moved to Osaka University as specially appointed Associate Professor (Fukuzumi Laboratory, Department of Material and Life Sciences, Graduate School of Engineering, 2008-2012). From 2013 to 2018, he has been a full professor at Graduate School of Science, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt. Since 2018, he hired as full professor at the Institute of Basic and Applied Sciences, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, Egypt. Dr. El-Khouly has been invited to give lecturers and doing research activities at EWHA-Womans University (South Korea), East China University of Science and Technology (China), Faculty of Science at Kuwait University). His research interests are mainly focused on the photodynamic of light harvesting materials, molecular and supramolecular systems based on carbon nanostructures, artificial photosynthesis complexes, material science, laser chemistry, and medical applications (in particular Photodynamic Therapy). In these area of research, Dr. El-Khouly has been published over 120 scientific papers in the peer-reviewed international journals (J. Am. Chem. Soc., J. Medicinal Chemistry, Chem. Eur. J., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., J. Phys. Chem., J. Mater. Chem., Chem. Commun., etc.). The total impact factors of his published papers over 500, total citations (4600), h-index 39 (according to Scopus 2019). For his achievements in the scientific research, Dr. El-Khouly
Niger Delta University
Nigeria View Profile
Mohammad S Mubarak
University of Jordan
Jordan View Profile
: Electrochemistry; Synthetic organic chemistry, especially synthesis of compounds with expected biological activity; Medicinal chemistry; and Drug design and discovery
Short CV, Mubarak Professor Mubarak received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in chemistry from the University of Jordan in 1976 and 1978, respectively and obtained his Ph.D. degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, USA in 1982, under the supervision of Professor Dennis G. Peters. He did his post doctorate work at Oklahoma University between Oct.1982-August1983. Mubarak started his teaching career at King Saud University, Abha, Saudi Arabia, as an assistant professor in 1983, and then became an associate professor in 1992. In January 1993, Mubarak returned home to joined the teaching staff at the Department of chemistry, The University of Jordan, and in 1998, he was promoted to the rank of full Professor.Dr. Mubarak held a number of administrative positions at The University of Jordan, including Chairman of the Department of Chemistry, and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science, 2009-2011. He has also assumed the position of Academic Consultant and Vice Dean at Al-Ghad International Medical Sciences College, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2011- 2012. He is also an Adjunct professor of Chemistry at Indiana University, Bloomington (USA) since 2009. In addition to electrochemistry, Professor Mubarak’s research program is broadly based on synthetic organic chemistry, especially synthesis of compounds with expected biological activity, medicinal chemistry, medicinal plants and natural products, and drug design and discovery. He is the author and coauthor of more than 180 research papers published in peer-reviewed journals in addition to chapters published in specialized books. He has also supervised 39theses and dissertations.
Université Mohammed Premier
Morocco View Profile
American Chemical Society
Iran View Profile
Organic Synthesis; Medicinal Chemistry; Heterocyclic Synthesis; Analytical Method Development and Validation of Pharmaceutical Analysis Using Chromatographic Techniques; High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
Kian Navaee has completed his M. Sc. in organic chemistry at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Iran. He is head of R&D department of Shahre Daru Pharmaceutical Co. since 2005, Iran & full member of the American Chemical Soci ety (ACS) since January 2001, USA. He is invited speaker & organizer scientific and committee member in several international conferences. In addition, he is an associate editor or editorial board member of several international scientific journals. He has published scientific papers, with more than 320 citations in international journals to present.
Vladimir V Kouznetsov
Universidad Industrial de Santander
Colombia View Profile
Organic Chemistry; Heterocyclic diversity-oriented synthesis, including natural product (alkaloids, phenolic metabolites) synthesis; green synthetic methodologies; interface between chemistry and biology; rational design of new N- and/or O-heterocyclic molecules of biological interests (antifungal, antiparasitic, antitumoral agents) through multicomponent reactions.
Prof. Dr. Vladimir V. Kouznetsov studied Chemistry at the Russian Peoples Friendship University, (Moscow, Russia) where he received his Laurea M.Sc. (1981), Ph.D. (1986), and D.Sc. (1994) degrees in Chemistry (specialization – Organic chemistry), working with Professor Nikolai S. Prostakov and Associate Professor Ludmila A. Gayvoronskaya. After a post doctorate (1990-1992) with Prof. José M. Barluenga and Miguel Tomas at the University of Oviedo (Spain), he returned to Moscow and became Associate Professor in 1993 at the Russian Peoples Friendship University. In 1994 he moved to Colombia through a Colciencias’ program of scientific mobilization. Currently, he is Professor of Chemistry at the Industrial University of Santander (Bucaramanga, Colombia), and Director of the Laboratory of Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry (LQOBio). During this time he received various awards in Pharmacology, Oncology and Phytopharmaceutical science. In 2012 he was received National Science Award, Colombian Association for the Advancement of Science. In 2014 he became Corresponding Member of the Colombian Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences. He authored and co-authored over 240 papers, 5 patents, 4 books, and 9 book chapters.
Mohamed Nageeb Rashed
Egypt View Profile
Mohamed Nageeb Rashed. Professor of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry,Pervious Vice-Dean for Environmental Affairs , Faculty of Science, Aswan University, Egypt. His research interests have been analytical and environmental chemistry with special emphasis on water pollution monitoring, control and treatment ; trace elements for human health; bioindicators for water pollution monitoring;wastewater impact and advanced oxidation treatment; environmental health; medicinal plants; nanocatalyst , nanocomposite and adsorption techniques for water and wastewater treatment. Prof. Rashed supervise several M.Sc. and Ph.D. thesis in the field of pollution, analytical and environmental chemistry. 75 scientific papers were published in international journals and conferences. He participated as invited speaker in 20 conferences around the world. Prof.Rashed acts as editor-in-chief and an editorial member in several international journals in the fields of chemistry and environment. His Society membership includes several national and international societies. .Prof.RashedAwarded the Egyptian National Award for Environmental Researches for the year 2001.
Hanaa Mahrousabd El Ghany Mohamed Rady
Egypt View Profile
In vitro antitumor testing of novel agents from natural products; Cytology
Fawzi Habeeb Jabrail
University of Mosul
Iraq View Profile
Polymer chemistry (general topic) include;Hydrogel polymers; Biopolymers; Polymers for controlled drug release, prodrugs, and agrochemicals; Recycling of polymers; Biodegradation; Synthesis of polymers; Natural polymers; Characterization of polymers like; thermal analysis; X-ray diffraction; SEM ; FTIR; Renewable energy especially biodiesels
Kamal Mohamed Dawood
Egypt View Profile
Kamal M Dawood graduated from Cairo University, Egypt in 1987 then carried out his MSc and PhD studies under the supervision of Professor Ahmad Farag, Cairo University and received his PhD in 1995. In 1997 he was awarded the UNESCO Fellowship for one year and in 1999 he was awarded the JSPS (Japan Society for Promotion of Science) Fellowship for two years and worked in both periods with Professor T. Fuchigami at Tokyo Institute of Technology (TIT) in the field of ‘Electrochemical Partial Fluorination of Heterocyclic Compounds’. In addition, he was awarded the Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at Hanover University in 2004-2005 with Prof. A. Kirschning (in the field of polymer supported palladium catalysed cross coupling reactions) and in 2007 and 2008 with Prof. Peter Metz at TU-Dresden (in the field of total synthesis of natural products). In 2002 he promoted to Associate Professor and in May 2007 he was appointed as Professor of Organic chemistry, Faculty of Science, Cairo University. In 2002 he received the Cairo University Award in Chemistry and in 2007 he received the State-Award in Chemistry. In 2012 he received the Cairo University Award for Academic Excellence. He published about 113 scientific papers and reviews in distinguished international journals. There are more than 1600 citations of his work from 1993 until 2016 (h-index 22).
Waleed Adbelhakeem Bayoumi
Egypt View Profile
Drug design; Organic synthesis; Heterocyclic Chemistry; Spectral Characterization.
Waleed A. Bayoumi, Ph.D. In 1995, He graduated from Faculty of Pharmacy, Mansoura University, Egypt. He obtained his M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry “Synthesis, characterization, and pharmacological screening of novel mesoionic compounds 2001” and Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry “Synthesis and structure elucidation of certain new phthalazines of potential anti-inflammatory activity 2007” from Faculty of Pharmacy, Mansoura University. He teaches the courses of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry in several Universities. He also has interests in the fields of e-learning and quality assurance in education.
University of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene
Africa View Profile
PhD holder in Applied Organic Chemistry, Research Director, teacher and researcher among the natural Gaz laboratory research team at the University of Sciences and Technology of Algiers (USTHB), Djamila HALLICHE, also supervises a research team on the reactivity of mesoporous and microporous materials and conducts research projects onnanomaterials, the environment and green chemistry. Prof. D.HALLICHE is the author of several scientific and communications articles in various national and worldwide scientific journals. At the height of her success, she has been appointed Director-General of the National Agency for the Promotion valuation of Research Results and Technological Development (ANVREDET°of the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.It aims at promoting the results of academic research and boosting innovation within the different sectors of the Algerian economy.She had been working since on promoting innovation and new ideas from the academic research to engineering field. She is an active member of the National Council for Research Evaluation, several university guidance councils and several governing bodies and State Institutions. She is also involved in initiatives that encourage innovation and entrepreneurship. She is a member of a program to support the creation of innovative companies in the Mediterranean (PACEIM) in partnership with the French Institute Research for Development (IRD).
University of Damascus
Syria View Profile
Oral chemistry; Synthesis Chemistry
Loai Aljerf is a Professor in Department of Life Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry at University of Damascus. He is a specialist in analytical and industrial chemistry. He obtained many awards and published more than 20 peer-reviewed papers (two of them in French) in Oral chemistry, Synthesis Chemistry, Concrete, Ceramics, Paper Industry, Environmental Sciences, Petrochemical, Green Chemistry, Extraction, Separation, and Lithium-Ion-Batteries. In addition, he presented his newborn product “Cardolite” in the Euoranalysis XVIII (18 ed.) conference on September 6-10, 2015 in Bordeaux, France. He is a partner in Advances in Cleaner Production Network and a member of the German Chemical Society e.V. (GDCh) and the American University of Beirut. He is a member of the higher committee of the 6th International Workshop-Advance in Cleaner Production (São Paulo, Brazil (May 24th to 26th - 2017)). He is an editor of more than 20 journals and a reviewer for Top journals in Industry, Chemical Engineering, and Environmental Chemistry.
Mohammad Emad Azab Ali El-Fakharany
Ain Shams University
Egypt View Profile
Focused on the syntheses and reactions of wide variety of Heterocyclic Compounds (thienopyrimidines, pyridones, chromanones, coumarins, benzoxazinones , oxazoles , isoxazoles, pyrazoles).
Mohammad Azab Was born in 14-12-1963, Cairo, Egypt. He Received his high school education in El-Ahram high school from 1978-1981. He Received his B.Sc. from Ain Shams University (chemistry major) in 1985 with distinction with class honors. He then he got his M. Sc in organic chemistry in 1990. He got his Ph.D. through a channel system with UCONN (Connecticut State University) USA in 1997. He became assistant professor of organic chemistry at Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University from July 1997 to October 2008. He became Associate professor of organic chemistry at Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University from October 2008 up till now. He got a post doctoral position at University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2000. He is interested in the field of heterocyclic chemistry (Synthesis such as pyridones, pyrimidines, thienopyrimidines, benzoxazinones, quinazolinones, phthazinones) and studying their biological activities such as Anticancer, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic. He is responsible for the graduation research projects in Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University. He went into a septic leave to teach in the Libyan Universities from 2003-20013. He published about thirty papers in the field of heterocyclic chemistry, in an international journal. He supervised five M.Sc. thesises and five Ph.D. thesises. He has thirty years of experience in teaching practical and theoretical organic chemistry courses such as amino acids, lipids, proteins, steroids, alkaloids, vitamins, heterocyclic chemistry and Spectroscopy. He has been awarded the international publication prize from Ain Shams University, twice (2010 and 2012). Address: Chemistry department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Abbassia, Cairo 11556, Egypt.
Winston F. Tinto
University of the West Indies
Caribbean View Profile
Natural Products Chemistry; isolation; structure elucidation and chemical analysis of secondary metabolites from plants; marine invertebrates and microbes; Bioactive Natural Products; high-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to study biomarkers of chronic disease in humans.
Adnan S Abu-Surrah
Qatar View Profile
Catalysis by Design; Polymer Chemistry; Fabrication of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP); Electrical properties of polymer nanocomposites; Heterogeneous Catalysis; Medicinal Chemistry; Kinetic and mechanism of oxidation of amino acids via transition metal complexes.
Adnan Salim Abu-Surrah received his B.Sc. in Chemistry in 1985 from Qatar University (Excellent with First-Class Honour), M.Sc. degree in 1989 from Jordan University, Ph.D. with the honour degree (summa cum laude) in 1997 from Ulm University in inorganic chemistry and material science. He has worked as adjunct professor in inorganic chemistry and catalysis at Helsinki University, Chemistry Department (2000) and professor of inorganic and materials chemistry at Hashemite University, Chemistry Department (2014). Currently, he is a full professor of inorganic chemistry at Qatar University, Chemistry Department.He has worked as a visiting professor in University of Helsinki (2002), Ulm University (2003), Al-Al-Bayt University (2007), and Technical University of Munich (2011). Published about 78 peer reviewed papers, 10 reviews, 3 books, 32 international conference proceedings and holds a number of patents (Scopus Author ID: 7003503511; h index 20, National ID: 1525). He is a member of several professional societies, scientific committees, and advisory boards. He was appointed by the Prime minister in the board of Higher Accreditation Commission of Academic Institutions in Jordan (2011-2014) and Committee of Scientific Research Support Fund since 2014, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Jordan. He received the DAAD Prize- Germany for Excellence in 1996, the German Industry Prize 1997, the Magnus Ehrnrooth award of Science-Finland 1999, the Hisham Hijjawi Award for Applied Sciences in the field of industry and energy in 2002, the Hashemite University Distinguished Professor Award in 2002, and the SCOPUS (ELSEVIER) award in recognition for contribution to Science", 2009.His research activities include: (i) Design and synthesis of transition metal complexes and their application in homgeneous catalaysis (polymerization and copolymerization of alkenes with polar monomers, hydrogenation, and hydroformylation). The work here also covered the chemical and physical characterization of the isolated materials. (ii) Material design. (iii) Catalytic application of novel polymer supported catalysts. (iv) Kinetic and mechanism of oxidation of amino acids via transition metal complexes. (v) Synthesis and cytotoxic evaluation of antitumor platinum and palladium compounds. (vi) Fabrication of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIP): towards wastewater treatment, chiral separation, and pre-concentration-solid phase extraction. (vii) Re-orient university curricula to address sustainability.
Ali A Ensafi
Isfahan University of Technology
Iran View Profile
Chemical (Optodes) and Electrochemical Sensors; Microsensors & Nanosensors; Especially Based on DNA and Antigen Interaction; Separation Techniques & Flow Injection Analysis. Introduction of New Modified Voltammetric & Amperometric Sensors Based on Nanoparticles Using DNA and Antibody/Antigen to Construction of Biosensors and Pharmaceutical Sensors; Environmental Trace Analysis.
Khaled Rashad Ahmed Abdellatif
Egypt View Profile
Organic Synthesis; Medicinal Chemistry.
Prabhuodeyara M Gurubasavaraj
Rani Channamma University,
India View Profile
Synthetic Organometallic Chemistry/Inorganic Synthesis; Multidimensional Nmr Spectroscopy for Solution Structure and Dynamics; Catalytic Asymmetric Organic Transformation ; Catalytic Olefin Polymerization and Co-Polymerization; Activation of Small Molecules; Biodegradable Polymer Synthesis and Understanding the Mechanism; Organometallic and Bioinorganic Catalysis; Nanomaterials (biomaterials)
Dr P M Gurubasavaraj was born and brought up in Kottur, Bellary (D). He completed MSc chemistry and MPhil from Gulbarga University, Gulbarga. After qualifying in National Eligibility Test (NET) he moved to Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore as a Research Assistant. In 2004, He moved to do PhD at Gottingen University under the supervision of Prof Herbert W Roesky, a Pioneer organometallic chemistry Scientist. He completed his PhD in 2007 with high honors. Dr Gurubasavaraj got selected to Prestigious Japan Society for Promotion of Science, (JSPS postdoctoral Fellowship) Japan in his first attempt. He worked at Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) Nara, Japan. He then moved to University of Rochester, New York to work in Bioinorganic Chemistry. He worked in National Institute of Health (NIH) project. He decided to move back to India and currently he is Assistant Professor at Rani Channamma University, Belagavi. He has extensive experience in Synthetic inorganic, NMR spectroscopy and Bioinorganic chemistry and has authored/co-authored 25 international publications and has one US patent, one book, three book chapters to his publication list. He has been awarded the prestigious UGC-Raman Fellowship. He is the first faculty member to be selected from Rani Channamma University.
A Jaya Shree
India View Profile
Hari N Pati
Advinus Therapeutics Ltd. (A TATA Enterprise)
India View Profile
Organic synthesis; Synthetic process development and optimization of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and new chemical entities (NCEs), and agrochemical ingredients [AIs].
Dr. Hari N. Pati is Director and Head of Department of Process Chemistry at Advinus Therapeutics Ltd., Bangalore, India. He is an expert in process chemistry. He has several publications and patents in process development of Active Pharmaceuticals (APIs) and Agrochemical Ingredients (AIs). Besides process chemistry, he has keen interest in synthesis of small molecules, especially α,β-unsaturated ketones, that are anti-cancer agents.He worked in Chemical Research Division of Ranbaxy Research Laboratory, a top pharmaceutical company in India, for five years. He earned his M.Sc. degree from Sagar Central University, India and M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees from Delhi University, India. He was NIH post-doctoral fellow at Furman University, USA and CIHR post-doctoral fellow at University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
P Mosae Selvakumar
India View Profile
Supramolecular chemistry-Molecular recognition, Nano chemistry-water purification, Waste to wealth, Green products and Traditional Practices-IPR & Social development and Agriculture for self sustainable living
Dr. P Mosae selvakumar is presently working as assistant professor of chemistry at Karunya University, India. He started his research carrier in Central Salt And Marine Chemical Research Institute(CSMCRI)- a unit of CSIR and obtained his Ph.D. at Bhavnager University under the supervision of Dr. P. S. Subramanian and gained experience in designing helical supramolecular and complexes towards molecular recognition and catalysis. He also worked as DAAD research fellow in Prof. Werner. R. Thiel group at Technical University, Kaiserslautern, Germany and gained experience in synthesis of self assembled supramolecular systems. His research interests in the area of supramolecular nano chemistry-Molecular recognition-molecular machines, Waste to wealth -Green chemistry, Science for sustainable & social development, Science behind Traditional Practices, Gross root level innovations-IPR and Agriculture for self sustainable living. He received several awards/fellowships and recognitions, which include: He received Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) in Chemistry from CSIR-India and DAAD fellowship from DAAD, Germany, DST Fast track for Young Scientist and Karunya University Achievers Award. He is a Life Member in Chemical Research Society of India(CRSI), Material Research Society of India(MRSI) and Luminescent Society of india(LSI). He has published over 50 research articles in journals and he has contributed towards many book chapters and he filed few patents on Dyes and their applications.
Anna Pratima Nikalje
Y. B. Chavan College of Pharmacy
India View Profile
Green synthesis of bio-active combi-heterocycles
Anna Pratima Nikalje, is Professor & Head, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Y.B. Chavan College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad, MS, India. She is Ph.D. (Chemistry), Post-doctoral Research Excellence at University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain and also P.G. Diploma IPR Law. Her teaching Experience is of 27 Years. She has published 105 International Research papers, participated in 68 national and international conferences/symposia, published 05 books and also filed and published two Complete Patent Applications on WIPO website. She is Trainer of teachers and resource person for UGC program capacity building of women managers in higher education. She has many academic and research awards to her credit such as i) ERASMUS PEIN Research Excellence Award, ii) Dr. R.V. Patel National Innovative M. Pharm Thesis Award & Best Innovative Research Guide Award 2011-12.iii) Dr. P.D. Sethi Best Research Paper Certificate of Merit Award in 2010 and Again in 2012. V) Best Paper presentation award and Scholarship of 500 Euro at International Symposium HPLC 2007, Belgium and 1800Euro at PEIn ERASMUS Research Excellence Award. V) She is recipient of Gold Medal and other 6 awards as University Topper. She is reviewer of many reputed international journals.
Madhuresh Kumar Sethi
Panjab University Chandigarh
India View Profile
organic; inorganic; Medicinal chemistry; Applied chemical technology; Macromolecule chemistry; Organometallic; Analytical chemistry
Madhuresh Kumar Sethi received all his degrees in Chemistry namely, B. Sc. (Hons school in Chemistry ); M. Sc. (Hons school in Chemistry) & Ph.D from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. His PhD thesis involved research work in Synthetic Investigation in Asymmetric Synthesis of β-Lactam and related biologically active compounds with Prof S.S Bari (former registrar Panjab University Chandigarh) and Prof I.R Trehan (Head of Department Centre for Advanced Studies in Chemistry, Panjab University Chandigarh). He has more than 30 years of research experience in global generic pharmaceutical industry & drug discovery program. Presently working with Mylan Laboratories Limited in their Research & Development center in Hyderabad (India), he has a successful career stint in the company since April of 2003. Madhuresh plays a vital role in Mylan’s Scientific Affairs and has a significant contribution in various teams of R&D like Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management, Commercial Manufacturing of APIs and Intellectual property. He leads a team of R & D managers and scientists from diverse fields (consisting of Post Doctorate fellows, PhD & Masters in Chemistry and Biotechnology) and works in the areas of Synthetic research, Analytical research and Intellectual Property Management.
Al Quds University / Beit Jala Pharmaceutical Company
Palestine View Profile
and stability Quality Control tests for raw materials; chemists on new methods;Analytical chemist.
Pujab Technical University
India View Profile
Pharmaceutical sciences; Beckmann rearrangement; Suzuki coupling
Sunil Kumar has received his PhD in Pharmacy from Punjab Technical University, India.Under the supervision of retired director grade scientist from Indian Institute of integrative Medicine (CSIR), prof. KL Dhar. He has awarded postdoctoral fellowship by National Science Council (NSC), Government of Taiwan and performed his research work at Taipei medical University from 2013 to 2016 under the guidance of Prof. Liou Jing-Ping. Before he worked as a scientist at Arch pharmalabs ltd, Navi Mumbai he also worked as Assistant professor from 2008 to 2011. His research work is mainly based on medicinal and natural product chemistry specialized in anti-cancer drugs. He also have a deep insight in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences. Also he has cleared prestigious GATE exam organized by IIT (Indian Institute of Technology). Currently he is working as a senior postdoctoral researcher at National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan in the research group of Prof. Ya-Ching Shen. He has various publications in reputed journals. He has experience in Heck reaction, Suzuki coupling, Beckmann rearrangement, Pictet-Spengler, Jones oxidation, Claisen Schmidt condensation, Knoevenagel condensation, Wittig reaction, Grignard reagents, epoxidation, Baeyer-Villiger oxidation, Duff formylation, glycosylation and cylclization reactions etc. with a sound knowledge of natural product chemistry. He has expertise to run the analytical instruments like NMR, LC-MS, IR and HPLC and interpret the data. Dr. Kumar has good hand in patent drafting, giving Freedom-to-Operate (FTO) opinions and non-infringing strategies to R & D.
India View Profile
Bioinorganic chemistry; Development of metal based anti cancer Drugs; Supramolecular Chemistry ; Development of receptors for biologically relevant cation and anions
Mishra has contributed to significant synthesis of Ru(II) and Ru(III) polypyridyl complexes and screened several of them for their anti-HIV and cytotoxic activities anddiscovered some of them possessing substantially higher anti-HIV activity compared tothe standard azidothymidine (AZT). [Bio-org. Med. Chem., 9, 1667, 2001].Hi compounds also showed cytotoxic and anti-HIV activity against ovariancarcinoma and lung-adeno carcinoma and they have been listed in WHO collections.Another class of compounds synthesized by Prof. Mishra showed cytotoxicity speciallyagainst ileothecal carcinoma and found to be many fold potent as compared to AZT(Metal-Based Drugs, 8, 65, 2001; ibid,8, 113, 2001). Other interesting contributions from Prof. Mishra include the serendipitous observationof interaction of some of the metal complexes with calf-Thymus DNA (New J. chem. (Royal Society Journal) 24, 505, 2000) and nitrite/nitrate reductase activity. (Journal of Inorgaic BioChemistry 86, 581, 2001). Further, several of the Ru(ll) complexes synthesized by he facilitated the photoinduced energy/electron transferprocess. These metal complexes thus have potential as molecular electronic materials(Chemistry Letters 447, 1997, Transition Met. Chem. 25, 579, 2000 and Bull. Chem.Soc. Japan. 73, 2051, 2000). He has developed new Co(III) complexes which bind to thymine and adenine bases and provided structurally interesting materials. (Bull. Mater. Sci,24, 339,2001). More recently, Re(II) complexes have been observed to show physiological acceptability, as tested in mice and they have been found to bind to LDH. Some of the complexes showed increase in P53 level and induced release of cytochrome c and DNA cleavage. He also developed simple nano-size sheet-like and tubular materials and metallo supramolecules, which have potential to act as a receptor for binding of phenol and hexa fluorobenzene. He has widely travelled to Japan , Germany, USA, Belgium, China ,Taiwan, and Spain and many other places and has psented his lectures in several International conferences including 100th Nobel award anniversary to Paul ehrlich” Magic Bullet” conference organized in Nuremberg, Germany during Oct 2-5, 2008. On National level, he has been awarded by indian chemical society ,Kolkata and CRSI, Bangalore. He is in Executive council of IBS and CRSI. He has supervised many Ph.D. students and Post-doctoral Fellows. Professor Mishra has co-authored six book Chapters ( C.V). He was a Fellow of Royal Society in London. .
Mohanlal Sukhadia University
India View Profile
Photocatalytic; photo-Fenton degradation of pollutants
Maya Shankar Singh
Banaras Hindu University
India View Profile
Cleavage & formation of C-C, C-O, C-N, and C-S bonds via pot/atom/step/cost economic way; Design and development of sustainable diversity oriented synthetic (DOS) methods for biologically important molecules and drug intermediates.
Maya Shankar Singh is Professor in Organic Chemistry at Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, INDIA. During his sabbatical, he visited University of Arizona, Tucson, USA; Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nagoya, Japan; Loughborough University, UK, University of Leicester, UK and RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany. His research interests are centered on Synthetic Organic Chemistry with special emphasis toward the development of novel building block precursors, new eco-compatible synthetic methods, multicomponent domino/tandem reactions, and structural studies. The main focus of his researchis to develop highly selective one-pot multicomponent domino reactions (MDRs) for numerous useful scaffolds with substituent and skeletal diversity. By virtue of astonishing success of newly developed domino reactions with regard to atom/step/cost-economy, sustainability, versatility, scope, and applicability,they have received significant attention of synthetic, medicinal, and material chemists. Extraordinarily, the remarkable renovation of a simple molecule-oxo/-enolic dithioester has been achieved towards its diversification for variety of purposes exhibiting power and diversity of domino/cascade annulations. An effective control for the selective cleavage and formation of carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom (C-N, C-O & C-S) bonds in one-pot in a single operation have been achieved.He has successfully guided 20 Ph. D. students, which resulted over 150 publications and 8 reviews in peer reviewed journals. Additionally, Prof. Singh has also authored three textbooks in organic chemistry published from Pearson-Education and Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany. His some notablerecognitionsinclude CRSI Bronze Medal-2017; UGC-BSR One-Time-Grant (2015); Member, American Chemical Society (2015-2018); Vice-Chancellor’s (BHU) award for Excellence in Research (2014); Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences, India (FNASc) (2013).
Sant Baba Bhag Singh University
India View Profile
Development of new organic synthetic methodologies; Synthesis of novel six member Nitrogen and Oxygen based heterocyclic compounds; Synthesis of bioactive annulated pyrimidine derivativies using sonochemistry; Microwave techniques; Catalytic activity of different nitrogen based organo catalysts (DABCO, DBU, DBA, DAMP etc) for the synthesis of fused Pyrano/Pyridopyrimidine/uracil derivativies; Domino Knoevenagel–condensation-Michael addition pathways for synthesis of heterocyclic compounds.
Ajmal Rashid Bhat received his master of Science (M.Sc.) in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry, Jiwaji University Gwalior (India) in 2007 and master of philosophy (M.phil) in Chemistry from Department of Chemistry Vikram University, Ujjain (India) in 2011.He has completed his Ph.D. degree from Department of Chemistry, R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur, Maharashtra (India) in 2016. He is currently working as Assistant Professor (Chemistry), Department of Chemistry and also Assistant director research and development at Sant Baba Bag Sing University- Jalandhar Punjab-144030 (India). He is presently engaged both in academics and research. He has more than twenty international research papers in different reputed journals and also more than ten international conferences. He has been awarded at different international conferences. He is reviewer of different journals like Journal of Material and Environmental Science, Journal of sudia chemical society (Elisvier), Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (Elisvier), Journal of Chitin and Chitosan, Journal of Catalysis for Sustainable Energy, American Journal of PharmTech Research, International Journal of pharma and Bio Science and Letters in Drug Design and Discovery
A Venkat Narsaiah
Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
India View Profile
Vinayaka Mission University
India View Profile
Biologics Development; Protein Chemistry; Drug Discovery; Biomaterials; Vaccine; Immunology
Banaras Hindu University
India View Profile
Polymer matrix composites, Metal matrix composites, Ceramic Matrix Composites; Natural fibre reinforced Epoxy based Composites; Biocomposites and Nanocomposites
Anshuman Srivastava, obtained his Ph.D in the field of Material Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) Varanasi, India. He has worked as a Joint Director (R and D), IIP Mumbai, Government of India. Presently, he is working as Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department, SIET Allahabad, India. He has published many research papers in journals like Composites Science and Technology, Journal of Power Sources, Material Research Bulletin and many others. He is life member of various professional bodies like Electron Microscopy Society of India, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), IAENG Society of Industrial Engineering, IAENG Society of Mechanical Engineering, Material Research Society of India, Indian Society for Technical Education, Asian Polymer Association, Indian Society for Advancement in Material Processing and Engineering, Senior Member Hong Kong Society of Mechanical Engineers SM No 20170612001, Hong Kong Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society . Presently he is guiding several under graduate and post graduate research work. His research work is focused on Dielectric and Mechanical Properties of PVDF/CCTO and modified CCTO composites. Effect of varying amount of modified calcium copper titanate (CCTO and La. Nb, Zr and Sn doped CCTO) in PVDF has been investigated on the mechanical and dielectric properties of the composites. Phase analysis has been done using powder X-ray diffraction (XRD). SEM images were recorded to study the surface morphology. Thermal analysis has been done using Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Microstructural, dielectric and mechanical properties have been investigated in detail. Composites exhibit higher values of Young’s modulus than that of PVDF. Dielectric permittivity increases with the increase in ceramic content. Dielectric loss increases slightly with increasing temperature and decreases with increasing frequency. Dielectric relaxations have been studied using modulus spectroscopy. Two dielectric relaxations have been observed, one in the low frequency range and the other in the intermediate frequency range. The low frequency relaxation is attributed to the Maxwell-Wagner-Sillar type while the high frequency relaxation is due to αc relaxation associated with the molecular motion of the polymer chains in the crystalline regions of PVDF.
Sadaf Jamal Gilani
The Glocal University
India View Profile
Tuberculosis; Antimicrobial; Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic.
Sri Krishna Devaraya University
India View Profile
Buchwald-hartwig C-N bond, C-N bond formation reactions; o Sandmayer reaction
Ramakrishna Vellalacheruvu was going to submit my thesis of PhD in Sri Krishna Devaraya University. he was completed M.S.C (organic chemistry) in 2003 in Sri Krishna Devaraya university. he have 4 publications in international journals. Currently he has been working in Gvk Bio Sciences as a Asso- ciate scientist. he had work experience with international pharmaceutical companies ( Pfizer, Medwir, GSK, Noverties, Domenex). his work experience in Contract Research organization
Islamic Azad University
Iran View Profile
Synthesis of Organic chemistry; Drugs and Heterocyclic compounds by HPAs catalysts; Nanocatalysts; Green Catalysts; Green; Novel methodology.
Ali Gharib was born in 1974, in Mashhad, IRAN. He gained his B.Sc. in pure chemistry and M.Sc. from Islamic Azad University and graduated with a first class honour degree in Ph.D in Organic chemistry, too. His research interests include of the synthesis of Organic chemistry and Heterocyclic compounds by Heteropolyacids(HPAs) catalysts.
University of Kragujevac
Serbia View Profile