Dr. Supriya Singh

Dr. Supriya Singh

Designation Assistant Professor
Faculty Type Regular
Qualification

Ph.D in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Experience : 4.5 Year

SUBJECT HANDLING : Inorganic, Organic Chemistry, Engineering Chemistry

RESEARCH INTERESTS : Medical Chemistry

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PAPERS PUBLISHED

Supriya Singh, Anubhuti Pandey, Sucheta Das Sarvesh Paliwal, Rajeev Singh In-silico Identification of Novel Topoisomerase-I Inhibitors: Application of Ligand Based Pharmacophore Modeling and Chemical Database Mining in Derpharmachemica. April 2015.

Supriya Singh, Sucheta Das, Anubhuti Pandey, Sarvesh Paliwal, Rajeev singh, Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Studies of Topoisomerase I Inhibitors as Potent AntiBreast Cancer Agents in Journal of Chemistry. 2013,Article ID 849793, 9 pp

Supriya Singh, Sucheta Das, Anubhuti Pandey, Swapnil Sharma, Sarvesh Paliwal, Pharmacophore Based In-Silico High Throughput Screening to Identify Novel Topoisomerase-I Inhibitors in Medicinal Chemistry Research; 22, 5356-5380, 2013.

Sarvesh Paliwal, Supriya Singh and Mahima Pal, In-Silico Ligand Based Design of indolylpiperidinyl derivatives as Novel Histamine H1 Receptor Antagonists in Journal of Drug Discovery and Therapeutics;  6, 69-77, 2012.

Sarvesh Paliwal, Mahima Pal, Supriya Singh, Ligand-based drug design studies using predictive pharmacophore model generation on 4H 1,2,4-triazoles as AT1receptor antagonists in Medicinal Chemistry Research; 21, 2307-2315, 2012.

Sarvesh Paliwal, Supriya Singh, Shikha Kumari, QSAR studies of imidazol [1,5-a] quinoxalines amides, carbamates and urea as potent GABA modulators in Indian Journal of Chemistry Section – B; 49B,554-560, 2010.

RESEARCH PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES

  • In-silico ligand based 2D quantitative structure activity relationship studies of indenoisoquinoline topoisomeras-I inhibitors as potent antitumor agents: an approach treat breast cancer” presented in national conference on Biotechnology prospective in health care held at Ghaziabad; India on 16th July. 2016.

Pharmacophore modeling of renal cancer cell line activity for identification of novel compounds” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

A three Dimensional Pharmacophoric Approach on CNS Cancer Cell Line Activity: An Approach to Find Novel Leads” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

Potential Anti-Ovarian Cancer Compounds from 3D Pharmacophore Modeling and Virtual Screening” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

“A comparative 2D QSAR analysis of anti-breast-cancer agent on indinoisoquinoline analogues, by different statistical techniques: MLR, PLS, ANN” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

In-silico ligand based drug design approach to develop a novel pharmacophore model of topoisomerase-1 inhibitors” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

QSAR analysis studies on anti-lung cancer agent using multivariate statistical techniques” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

Molecular modeling studies on indinoisoqinolines as potent anti-prostate cancer agents” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment held at Jaipur, India from 21st to 22nd Jan. 2012.

“Role of PPI pre-treatment in the sensitization of tumor cells to anticancer drugs” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on women and children malignancy held at Bhopal, India from 13th to 14th Feb. 2010.

“In-Silico Ligand Based Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Studies of Indenoisoquinoline Topoisomerase-1 Inhibitors as Potent Antitumor Agents” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of International Congress on women and children malignancy held at Bhopal, India from 13th to 14th Feb. 2010.

Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Studies of Novel Histamine H1 Receptor Antagonists” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of Indian Pharmaceutical Congress held at New Delhi, India from 12th to 14th December 2008.

 Quantitative structure Activity Relationship Analysis of A Set of Cocaine Binding Site Inhibitors” presented in Medicinal Chemistry session of Indian Pharmaceutical Congress held at Varanasi, India from 20th to 23rd December 2007.