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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    Suryakiran Navath, M. Sc, Ph. D.

    Postdoctoral Research Associate

    Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,

    University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721, USA

    Mobile: 520 834 3766, Work: 520 621 2396

    E-mail: snavath@email.arizona.edu

     

     

    Have 5 years of Post Ph.D. professional experience in chemical laboratories in diversified areas and roles. I am an expertise and analytical minded chemist with extensive experience in analytical activities in various branches namely organic chemistry, wet chemistry. Familiar with usage of all modern chemical laboratory equipments and have done analysis on medium as well as large sized chemical laboratories. I have excellent management and organization skills and by this I manage and train a large team of chemists and carry out various operations and experiments successfully in chemical laboratory. I have vast experience working efficiently and effectively in high pressure environment.

    Objective

    Seeking a challenging and responsible research and development position where my expertise in synthesis, purification, characterization of and other bioanalytical techniques will be utilized. 

    Research Expertise

     

    ·        Medicinal Chemistry, Peptides Chemistry, Carbohydrate Chemistry, Nucleosides, Bioorganic Chemistry, Heterocyclic Chemistry, The Chemistry of Organo Sulfones, Polymer Chemistry, Prodrugs, drug-conjugates, Drug Delivery Systems, Fluorine Chemistry, Synthesis of highly fluorinated drug imaging agents as multifunctional delivery vehicles and Radiolabeled Synthesis.

    ·        Development of new synthetic methodologies

    ·        Extensive analytical methods such as purification and characterization and data interpretation of synthesized compounds

     

    HIGHLIGHTS

    5 Years of Doctoral Research and 4 Years of Post Doctoral Research experience

    Designed and synthesized various small molecules

    Prepared controlled drug delivery systems, biomaterials for drug delivery, polymer modifications and characterisation, Advanced drug delivery systems, polymer drug complex molecules

    Synthesis of 19F-image-guided drug delivery systems.

    Extensive analytical characterization and data interpretation skills

    Through understanding of clinical research methodology including study design, and protocol writing.

    Collaborated with clinical research fellows for in vivo studies (Arizona Cancer Center)

    Hands-on experience on Scintillation counter, GM Counter, HPLC (Waters & Agilent), GPC, GC/MS, LC-MS/MS, ESI-MS, MALD-TOF/MS, NMR, FT-IR, UV-VIS, Biotage Flash Chromatography.

    Worked in multidisciplinary areas (clinical research fellows, biologists, pharmaceutical science and chemistry) and excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills

     

     

     

     

    Professional Experience

    03/2009-Till date:  Research Scientist, at Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona USA

    ·         Designed and synthesized 5’-phospho-N6-furfuryladenosine for Redox Drug Discovery Targeting Human Skin Cancer.

    ·         Designed and synthesized 2-Hydroxy-β-Estradiol and 4-Hydroxy-β-Estradiol for Study of Molecular Basis of ROS-induced Cell Death

    ·         Designed and synthesized 4’-(9-Acridinenylamino)butanesulfonanilide for the treatment and management of patients with Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors such as tyrosine kinase inhibitor and kinase inhibitor to Aurora Kinase.

    ·         Designed and synthesized Radiolabeled N-Methyl(3H)-4-Phenylpyridinium Iodide, Radiolabeled Methyl(3H) Triethyl Ammonium Iodide, RadiolabeledN,N,N-Trimethyl(3H) ethanolammonium Iodide (Choline) and Synthesis of 1-Methyl(3H),1'-methyl 4,4'-bispyridinium diiodide (paraquat) for Membrane Transport, Energetics and Kinetics of Transport and Molecular Basis of Transporter-Substrate Interaction

    ·         Developed various imaging and therapeutic agents for early detection and treatment of pancreatic cancer and malignant melanoma.

    ·         Designed and synthesized –PGPGPG- spacer and multimerization with MSH(4) for early detection and treatment of Human Melanocortin cancer. 

    ·         Synthesized bioactive peptides using Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis (SPPS) and solution phase synthesis (MSH(4), MSH(7), CCK(4), NDP α-MSH).

    ·         Developed fluorescent linkers and Gd-DOTA MRI agents to connect peptide ligands that bind to cell surface receptors

    ·         Designed and Synthesized of olestra based sugar derived 5-amino salicylic acid compounds for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).

    Responsibilities include:

    Design, synthesis of therapeutic compounds and purification and characterization of intermediates and final R & D chemical entities by column chromatography, size exclusion chromatography and HPLC (normal phase, reverse phase columns) and performing analytical chemistry assays based on new and existing methodologies, operating analytical instrumentation such as HPLC, GC, GC/MS, NMR, FTIR, developing, establishing, and validating analytical testing methodology used to control raw materials, production intermediates, and final products, writing protocols and technical reports to document analytical methods.

    Collaborated with clinical research fellows for in vivo studies (Arizona Cancer Center)

    Supervise to under graduates and graduate students

    03/2008-02/2009: NIH Post Doctoral Research Associate, School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland USA

    ·      Designed and synthesized highly fluorinated drug imaging agents as multifunctional delivery vehicles for cancer therapy. Designed and synthesized a class of 19F imaging tracers (19FIT) to label drugs to form a new pharmaceutical entity 19FIT-drug, which can be tracked and quantified by 19F MRI, drug dose individualization based on in vivo drug information in each patient.

    ·      Synthesis of image-guided drug delivery systems.

    ·      Synthesis and modification of some anti-cancer drugs.

     

    Responsibilities include:

    Design, synthesis therapeutic compounds and purification and characterization of intermediates and final R & D chemical entities by column chromatography HPLC (normal phase, reverse phase columns and fluorous coloumns) operating analytical instrumentation such as HPLC, GC, GC/MS, NMR, FTIR for purification and characterization of intermediates and final products.

     

    Collaborated with clinical research fellows for in vivo studies (University of Utah)

    Supervise to under graduates and graduate students

    Senior Research Associate Chemist June 2007-March 2008
    GVK-Bio Inc, Hyderabad India

     

    Responsibilities:

    Being a Senior Research Associate Chemist I operated on diversified areas and projects related to chemicals and this gave me a wide industry exposure in various areas. I extensively made use of analytical techniques, chemical analysis equipments to solve the customer's problems in chemical laboratory and to arrive at an efficient and effective solution in minimum time.

    04/2005-06/2007: Senior Research Fellow (CSIR), Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India

    ·        Designed and synthesized 3-amino substituted Indazole and 3-amino 1H-Pyrazole Derrivatives

    ·        Synthesized chiral Ionic Liquid Possessing Chiral Carboxilate Tetrapropylammonium L-prolinate [TPA][L-Pro] and Exploitation in Organic Synthesis

    ·        Developed synthetic Methodologies involving La(NO3)3.6H2O, Bi(NO3)3.5H2O,  as Green Catalysts

     

    11/2002-04/2005:        Junior Research Fellow (CSIR), Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India

    ·        Halogenation of Sulfones involving environmental friendly reagents

    ·        Designed and synthesized 3-amino 1H-Pyrazole Derrivatives as potent kinase inhibiters

    ·        Designed and synthesized **** bicyclonucleosides, bicyclonucleoside analogues

    Education

    ·           Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry) (11/2002-12/2007): Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India

           Research Work/Research Supervisor: Indian Institute of Chemical Technology        (IICT), Dr. Y. Venkateswarlu (Deputy Director)

    ·           M.S. (Organic Chemistry) (2000-2002): Dr. Babasaheb Ambedukar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India

    ·           B.S. (Chemistry) (1997-2000): Osmania University, Hyderabad, India

    Awards/Fellowships

    ·        Year 2002: Best Student Award, Yogeshwary Mahavidyalay, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedukar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India.

    ·        Year 2000-2002: University second rank Dr. Babasaheb Ambedukar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India

    ·        Year 2002: First price/rank in graduate student seminar competition Yogeshwary Mahavidyalay, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedukar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, India

    ·        Year: 2005 National Eligibility Test (Joint National Eligibility Test-Council of Scientific and Industrial Research)) India

    ·        Year: 2007 Senior Research Fellowship MoES (Ministry of Earth Sciences), New Delhi, India

    ·        Year: 2007 Senior Research Fellowship (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) New Delhi, India

    ·        Post Doctoral fellowship University of Maryland 2008-2009

    ·        Post Doctoral fellowship University of Maryland 2009-till the date

     

    MEMBERSHIPS

    ·        Member, American Association for Cancer Research (mAACR)

    ·        Member, Royal Society of Chemistry (mRSC)

    ·        Member, American Chemical Society (mACS)

    ·        Member, American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (mAAPS)

    REVIEWER & REFEREE

    ·        Chemical Communications

    ·        Organic and Bimolecular Chemistry

    ·        Green Chemistry

    ·        Tetrahedron Letters

    ·        Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry

    ·        European Journal of Organic Chemistry

    ·        European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

    ·        Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters

    ·        Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry

    ·        Current Medicinal Chemistry

    ·        Current Chemical Biology

    ·        Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews

    ·        Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry

    ·        Process Safety and Environmental Protection

    CITATIONS

    ·        More than 200 citations in different journals and books of national & international repute which includes high impact journals and reviews such as Chemical Reviews, Angewandte Chemie and Journal of American Chemical Society

    Technical Experience

    ·        Familiar in setting up and executing a variety of organic reactions, which includes handling air sensitive and hygroscopic reagents.

    ·        Expertise in using instruments like NMR (200MHz, 300MHz, 500MHz), LC-MS, ESI-MS, FT-IR, UV-VIS, GC-MS, HPLC and Peptide Synthesizer.

    ·        Used various chromatographic techniques (manual & automated systems, Chromatotron, MPLC and Flash Chromatography)

    ·        Proficient in the use of Scopus, Scirus, Scifinder and Crossfire.

    ·        Well versed with Windows 7/XP/2000/98 and Vista Windows operating systems, Microsoft office 2000/2003 (Word, Excel, Power Point) and Chem Draw, Chem Note Book, ISISI Draw, Chem Biooffice, ACD Labs.

    ·        Preparation of Manuscripts independently for various reputed international Journals

     

     

    Skills

    ·         Well acquainted in planning sequential synthetic methods, characterization and strategic approaches for the desired molecules.

    ·         Purification techniques & good handling of the reagents.

    ·         Have expertise and experience in all latest tools and techniques of chemical laboratory

    ·         Have excellent management skill and managing and trained many teams of chemists

    ·         In depth subject knowledge

    ·         Excellent communication skill

    ·         Can work under high pressure environment with efficiency

    ·         Have diversified professional industrial experience in the field of chemistry

    ·         Good analytical skill and have expertise working with HPLC,GC/MS, and NMR

    Industrial Projects Completed

    1          Designed and Synthesized 3-amino Pyrazoles Sponsored by Glaxo Smith Kine (UK) (GSK-IICT-10) 14 Target molecules have been prepared in 10 mmol Each

    2          Designed and Synthesized 3-amino Indazoles Sponsored by Glaxo Smith Kine (UK) (GSK-IICT-14) 8 Target molecules have been prepared in 2 mmol Each

    3          Designed and Synthesized 4,5-disubstituted Pyrazinone Derrivatives By Suzuki Coupling Sponsored by Glaxo Smith Kine (UK) (GSK-IICT-16) 23 Target molecules have been prepared in 3 grams Each.

    Research Publications

    1        Suryakiran Navath, Gary V. Martinez Kamini Sewda, Venkataramanarao Rao, Parastou Foroutan, Ramesh Alleti, Ali M. Ahad, Robert J. Gillies, David L. Morse, and Eugene A. Mash, Demonstration of a Sucrose-derived, GI-Specific Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Organic Letters 2012 (Accepted for Publication)

    2        Suryakiran Navath, Venkataramanarao Rao, Ramesh Alleti, Ali M. Ahad, Pawel Kiela and Eugene A. Mash. Design, Synthesis, and Testing of molecular Truck for colonic Delivery of 5-Aminosalicilic Acid  ACS Medicinal Chemistry 2012 (Submitted)

    3        N. Raghavendra Swamy, N. Suryakiran, P. Paradesi Naidu, Y. Venkateswarlu Synthesis of N-homobicyclic dideoxynucleoside analogues Carbohydrate Research 2012 (In Press)

    4        D. Ramesh, T. Srikanth Reddy, M. Narasimhulu, S. Rajaram, N. Suryakiran, K. Chinni Mahesh, Y. Venkateswarlu, Efficient and rapid stereoselective synthesis of trans-4,5- diaminocyclopent-2-enones by acidic ionic liquid under solvent-free conditions Chemistry Letters 2009, 38, 586-587.   

    5        J. Jon Paul Selvam, V. Suresh, K. Rajesh, D. Chanti Babu, N. Suryakiran, Y. Venkateswarlu A novel rapid sulfoxidation of sulfides with cyclohexylidenebishydroperoxideTetrahedron Letters, 2008, 49, 346-3465.

    6        N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar, T. Srikanth Reddy, K. Chinni Mahesh, K. Rajesh and Y. Venkateswarlu, Chemoselective mono halogenation of b-keto-sulfones using potassium halide and hydrogen peroxide; synthesis of halomethyl sulfones and dihalomethyl sulfones. Tetrahedron Letters 2007, 48, 877-881.

    7        K. Chinni Mahesh, M. Narasimhulu, T. Srikanth Reddy, N. Suryakiran and Y. Venkateswarlu, A mild and efficient chemoselective protection of amines as N-benzyloxycarbonyl derivatives in the presence of La(NO3)3.6H2O under solvent-free conditions. Tetrahedron Lett. 2007, 48, 55-59.

    8        N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar and Y. Venkateswarlu, Synthesis of 3-Amino Substituted N-Alkylindazoles via Palladium(II) catalyzed Intramolecular N-Arylation of Tosylhydrazines. Chemistry Lett. 2007, 36, 1370-1371.

    9        N. Suryakiran, D. Ramesh and Y. Venkateswarlu, N-Benzyloxycarbonylation of Amines in Ionic Liquid [TPA][L-Pro] as an Efficient Reaction Medium. Tetrahedron Lett. 2008 49, 2607-2610.

    10    P. Prabhakar, N. Suryakiran and Y. Venkateswarlu, A Mild and Efficient Chemoselective Protection of Primary Alcohols as Pivaloyl Esters using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a Catalyst under Solvent-free Conditions. Chemistry Lett. 2007, 36, 732-733.

    11    V. Suresh, N. Suryakiran, and Y. Venkateswarlu, A mild and efficient synthesis of chloroesters by the cleavage of cyclic and acyclic ethers using Bi(NO3)3·5H2O as a catalyst under solvent-free conditions. Canadian Journal of Chemistry 2007, 85, 1037-1040.

    12    N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar, T. Srikanth Reddy, M. Srinivasulu and Y. Venkateswarlu. Rapid N-tert-butoxycarbonylation of amines using Bi(NO3)3.5H2O as a mild and highly efficient catalyst under solvent-free conditions. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 2007, 264, 40-43.

    13    P. Prabhakar, N. Suryakiran, M. Narasimhulu and Y. Venkateswarlu, A mild and efficient 1,4-addition of thiols and phenols to α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a catalyst under solvent-free conditions. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 2007, 274, 72–77.

    14    N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar, K. Rajesh, V. Suresh and Y. Venkateswarlu, Synthesis of b-keto-sulfones using ionic liquid [TPA][Pro] as an efficient and reusable reaction medium. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 2007, 270, 201-204.

    15    N. Suryakiran, K. Rajesh, P. Prabhakar, J. Jon Paul Selvam and Y. Venkateswarlu, A mild and efficient synthesis of benzodiazepines using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a catalyst under solvent-free conditions. Catalysis Communications 2007, 8, 1635-1640.

    16    M. Srinivasulu, K Rajesh, N. Suryakiran, J. Jon Paul Selvam, and Y. Venkateswarlu, Lanthanum(III) nitrate hexahydrate catalyzed chemoselective thioacetalisation of  aldehydes. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry 2007, 28, 245-249.

    17    N. Suryakiran, T. Srikanth Reddy and Y. Venkateswarlu.  Efficient synthesis of b-hydroxy sulfones via opening of epoxides with sodium sulphinates in ionic liquid[TPA][Pro]. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry 2007, 28, 513-518.

    18    N. Suryakiran, M. Srinivasulu and Y. Venkateswarlu. Halogenation of b-keto-sulfones using KX/H2O2 in aqueous medium: Synthesis of a-halo b-keto-sulfones and a-halomethyl sulfones. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry 2007, 28, 345-350.

    19    N. Suryakiran, T. Srikanth Reddy and Y. Venkateswarlu. Iodination of b-keto-sulfones using Mollecular Iodine in aqueous medium: Facile Synthesis of a-Iodomethyl sulfones. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry 2007, 28, 471-476.

    20    V. Suresh, N. Suryakiran, K. Rajesh, and Y. Venkateswarlu, Synthesis of chloroesters by the cleavage of cyclic and acyclic ethers using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a mild and efficient catalyst under solvent-free conditions. Synthetic Communications 2007 38, 92–99.

    21    N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar and Y. Venkateswarlu Facile tert-butoxycarbonylation of alcohols, phenols and amines using BiCl3 as a mild and efficient catalyst. Synthetic Communications 2007, 38, 177–185.

    22    N. Suryakiran, S. Malla Reddy, M. Srinivasulu, and Y. Venkateswarlu A mild and highly efficient stereoselective synthesis of 2,3-unsaturated glycopyranosides using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a catalyst: Ferrier rearrangement Synthetic Communications 2007, 38, 170–176.

    23    M. Srinivasulu, N. Suryakiran, K. Rajesh, S. Malla Reddy and Y. Venkateswarlu A mild and efficient chemoselective synthesis of acetals and geminal diacetates (acylals) from aldehydes using lanthanum(III) nitrate hexahydrate. Synthetic Communications 2007, 38, 1753–1759.

    24    J. Jon Paul Selvam, M. Srinivasulu, N. Suryakiran, V. Suresh, S. Malla Reddy and Y. Venkateswarlu. Lanthanum(III) nitrate hexahydrate a versatile reagent for the synthesis of bis(Indolyl) methanes under solvent free conditions. Synthetic Communications 2007, 38, 1760–1767.

    25    M. Narasimhulu, S. Malla Reddy, K. Rajesh, N. Suryakiran, D. Ramesh and Y. Venkateswarlu. A Mild and Efficient Synthesis of Chiral Tetrahydroquinolino Pyranose Derivatives Catalyzed by Lanthanum(III) nitrate Hexahydrate. Heteroatom Chemistry 2008, 19, 429-433.

    26    N. Suryakiran, D. Ramesh and Y. Venkateswarlu. Synthesis of 3-amino 1H-pyrazoles catalyzed by p-toluenesulphonic acid using polyethylene glycol-400 as an efficient and recyclable reaction medium. Green Chemistry Letters And Reviews 2007, 1, 73–78.

    27    N. Suryakiran, T. Srikanth Reddy, K. Ashalatha, M. lakshman and Y. Venkateswarlu. Facile polyethylene glycol (PEG-400) promoted synthesis of b-ketosulfones. Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 3853-3856.

    28    N. Suryakiran, T. Srikanth Reddy, V. Suresh, M. Lakshman and Y. Venkateswarlu.  Synthesis of α-iodo b-ketosulfones and α-iodo methylsulfones using iodine monochloride. Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 4319-4323.

    29    N. Suryakiran, P. Prabhakar, T. Srikanth Reddy, M. Srinivasulu, K. Rajesh and Y. Venkateswarlu, Facile N-tert-butoxycarbonylation of amines using La(NO3)3.6H2O as a mild and efficient catalyst under solvent free conditions. Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 8039-8042.

    30    T. Srikanth Reddy, K. Ravinder, N. Suryakiran, M. Narasimhulu, K. C. Mahesh and Y. Venkateswarlu. A mild and efficient chemoselective tetrahydropyranylation of primary alcohols using La(NO3).6H2O as a catalyst under solvent-free conditions.Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 2341-2344.

    31    T. Srikanth Reddy, M. Narasimhulu, N. Suryakiran, K. C. Mahesh and Y. Venkateswarlu. A mild and efficient acetylation of alcohols, phenols and amines with acetic anhydride using La(NO3)3.6H2O as catalyst under solvent-free conditions.Tetrahedron Lett. 2006, 47, 6825-6829.

    32    N. Suryakiran, T. Srikanth Reddy, K. Ashalatha, P. Prabhakar, K. Yadagiri and Y. Venkateswarlu. An expeditious synthesis of 3-amino 2H-pyrazoles promoted by methanesulphonic acid under solvent and solvent free conditions. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 2006, 258, 371-375.

    33    N. Suryakiran KX/H2O2 – An Efficient and non-Polluting Halogenating Reagent in Organic Synthesis Synlett 2008, 1267–1268 (Spotlight).

    Research Publications To be Communicated

    1.            Suryakiran Navath, Gary V. Martinez Kamini Sewda, Venkataramanarao Rao, Parastou Foroutan, Ramesh Alleti, Ali M. Ahad, Robert J. Gillies, David L. Morse, and Eugene A. Mash, Demonstration of a Sucrose-derived, GI-Specific Contrast Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (To be communicated)

    2.            Suryakiran Navath, Venkataramanarao Rao, Ramesh Alleti, Ali M. Ahad, Pawel Kiela and Eugene A. Mash. Design, Synthesis, and Testing of molecular Truck for colonic Delivery of 5-Aminosalicilic Acid  Medicinal Chemistry 2012 (To be communicated)

    3.            Ramesh Alleti, Suryakiran Navath, Eugene A. Mash. NBD Labeled MSH(4) & CCK(4) Multimers Bioorganic Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2012. (To be communicated).

    4.            Chathurika Dehigaspitia, Suryakiran Navath, Eugene A. Mash. Click Derived MSH(4) Oligomers Bioorganic Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2012. (To be communicated).

    5.            Elshan, Suryakiran Navath, Eugene A. Mash. Small Chain MSH(4) & CCK(4) Multimers. Bioorganic Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2012. (To be communicated).

    6.            Semi-synthesis and anti-bacterial evaluation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers. T. Srikanth Reddy, N. Suryakiran and Y. Venkateswarlu. Bioorganic Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2012. (To be communicated).

    7.            N. Suryakiran, Y. Bruce Yu, Designed and synthesized highly fluorinated drug imaging agents as multifunctional delivery vehicles for cancer therapy Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2012 (To be communicated).

    8.            N. Suryakiran, Eugene A. Mash, D. Mahadevan Synthesis of 4’-(9-Acridinenylamino)butane-sulfonanilide for the treatment and management of patients with Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors such as tyrosine kinase inhibitor and kinase inhibitor to Aurora Kinase. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2012 (To be communicated).

    9.            N. Suryakiran, Eugene A. Mash Wondrak G. T. Synthesis of 5’-phospho-N6-furfuryladenosine for Redox Drug Discovery Targeting Human Skin Cancer Melanoma Res. 2011, (To be communicated).

    Presentations/Abstracts in Conferences

    1          New Dimensions in Organic Synthesis, N. Suryakiran, held on October 5th 2007, GVK Bio-Whyth, Hyderabad.

    2          Joint International Conference on Advances In Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad. N. Suryakiran, January 11-12, 2006.

    3          Indo-US Conference on New Bioactive molecules In Pharmaceutical Research-Contribution of Natural Products. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology Hyderabad, N. Suryakiran, November 13-14, 2006.

    4          National workshop on modern chromatographic techniques and their applications in chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacy, N. Suryakiran, held on 29th December-2nd January, 2004, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology Hyderabad.

     

    1. Dr. Robert Bates.

    Professor Emeritus, Chemistry Department.

    (520) 621-6317. batesr@u.arizona.edu.

    CSML 646.

    1306 E. University Blvd, Tucson Arizona, 85721

    1. Dr. Eugene A. Mash.

    Professor of Chemistry

    Email: emash@u.arizona.edu.

    CSML 618. Phone: 520-621-6321.

    1306 E. University Blvd, Tucson Arizona, 85721

    1. Dr. Y. Venkateswarlu, Ph.D.

    Director Grade Scientist

    Email: luchem@iict.res.in

    Organic Chemistry Division-I

    Natural Products Laboratory

    Indian Institute of Chemical Technology

    Hyderabad-500 007, India

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