Professor, born 1937; B.S. University of Chicago (1958); M.S. University of Chicago (1959); Ph.D. Catholic University of America (1964); Physical Chemist, National Bureau of Standards (1961-64); Research Associate (1964-65), Assistant Director (1965-68), Theoretical Chemistry Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1966-68); Research Staff (1968-75), Technical Planning Staff (1975-76), Manager (1976-78) IBM Corporation; Director, National Resource for Computation in Chemistry (1978-81); Associate Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (1978-81); Senior Fellow for Science and Engineering and Assistant to the Director for Human Resource Development, NSF (1995-96); U.S. National Committee IUPAC (1976-79); Chemistry Advisory Panel, NSF (1981-83); Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Panel, NSF (1985-87); Editorial Boards: Journal of Physical Chemistry (1979-81); International Journal of Quantum Chemistry (1979-87); Journal of Computational Chemistry (1979-87); Computer Physics Communications (1981-87); Journal of Chemical Physics (2006-); Percy L. Julian Award (1979) and Outstanding Teacher Award (1986) (NOBCChE); Member ACS ("Treasurer, Division of Computers in Chemistry, 1974-77; Chairman, Division of Physical Chemistry, 1979); APS (Fellow, 1984), Chairman, Division of Chemical Physics (1986); NOBCChE, Board (1984-88); Sigma XI, Board (1999-2000); AAAS (Fellow, 1991), Board (1993-97); Faculty Senior Scientist, Chemical Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (1981-), Department of Energy Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee (2000-2004); Committee on the National Medal of Science (2000-2002); International Academy of Quantum Molecular Science (2006); Gordon Research Conferences, Council (1997-2000), Site and Selection Committee (2000-2006), Board of Trustees (2006-); University of California, Berkeley Chancellor's Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence (2006); Symposium in Honor of William A. Lester, Jr. on his 70th Birthday, University of California, Berkeley (2007); William A. Lester, Jr. Festschrift in Journal of Physical Chemistry, Volume 112 Number 10 (2008)
Theoretical and Physical Chemistry — Advances in basic theory and computational methods have brought the study of molecular electronic structure to the point where theory/computation play a central role in the progress of the field.
Dr. Moses Mohandas Prabu,PhD., is an Assistant Professor of Molecular, Leader of the Crystallography Laboratory, Division of Basic Sciences, The Commonwealth Medical College, USA. He received his B.Sc. & M.Sc. degrees in Physics with specialty in Optics. Dr. Prabu’s graduate work includes the structure function of plant lectins (Thesis mentors: Professors K. Suguna, Ph.D. and M. Vijayan, Molecular Biophysics Unit, Indian Institute of Science, India). He subsequently joined Dr. C. Schiffer at University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA, where he elucidated the structural consequences of molecular recognition and drug resistance of HIV-1 protease and the co-evolution of its substrates in response to drug therapy. Dr. Prabu’s current research focus is in determining the rationale for molecular recognition of enzymes that proteolyze multiple amino acid sequences that share poor similarity. Specifically, his laboratory investigates the aspartyl proteases Plasmodium falciparum plasmepsins and human cathepsin D. In addition, Dr. Prabu’s research also includes the determination of the structural consequences of cell-trafficking and activation of cathepsin D.
My research goals include the rationale of molecular mechanism that dictates protein-protein recognition and protein-ligand interactions encompassing a wide variety of biomolecules that are relevant to aggriculture and medical sciences.
Ali Saad is currently a Specialist of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Unit, working in field for 12 years’ with continuous medical education programs, courses with weekly presentations.
Pharmacology Biochemistry of anesthesia drugs Anesthesia Critical care Pain management
Zeliha Selamoglu is a Professor in Medical Biology department of Nigde Ömer Halisdemir University, Turkey. She earned her PhD in Biology from Inonu University, She has published over 90 peerreviewed journal articles with over 830 citations and many technical reports. She is a member of Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine: Associate Membership and European association for cancer research. She has served as Editorial Board member for many Journals.
Medical Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Oxidative stress, Antioxidants, Cancer.
Ludmila Gavriliuc is Professor of Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry Department of Nicolae Testemitanu State University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Chisinau, Moldova. She graduated from State Medical University, Medico-Biological Department, Speciality - Biochemistry, Moscow, Russia, and completed PhD (1978) and MD (1997) at the State Medical University, Moscow, Russia. She had the Scholarships in Russia, Italy, USA (01-08.2013, Fulbright Program U.S., Feist-Weiller Cancer Center, LSU HSC, LA). She is author of 97 scientific and methodic peer-reviewed manuscripts and 6 books.
Clinical-diagnostics, Oncology, Hematology, stomatology, antioxidant therapy
Eiman A A Elshaygi is serving as a Lecturer at Al-Jouf University, Saudi Arabia since 2009. Her expertise is in clinical research and had passion in improving the health and wellbeing.
Synthesis & Biological Evaluation of New Heterocyclic Agents.
Diversity Oriented Synthesis of Different Heterocyclic Agents.
One Pot, Multicomponent Synthesis.
Small Scale Organic Synthesis.
Stability Indicating Assay Method.
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