Basics of Drug Designing

By Prof. Sapna Dabade, Assistant Professor, SAGE UNIVERSITY

Traditionally, drugs were discovered by synthesizing compounds is very expensive, challenging, lengthy and interdisciplinary approach. Pharmaceutical industry and biotechnological companies are striving for ways to improve the efficiency of drug discovery and design process. Computer-aided drug design (CADD) has emerged as a world-shattering tool and a new platform over conventional experimental method to discover, develop, and analyze novel drug candidate(s). This Drug Designing course covers all the key techniques employed in drug designing, providing a fundamental level of knowledge of this research field. Along the way participants will learn about computer-aided drug design with special emphasis to molecular docking and QSAR as applied to the development of new medicines. This course shall provide a unique platform to all researchers working in drug designing field to screen new drug entities. By the end of this course participants will be equipped with the basic knowledge required to navigate their drug design project, making use of the some computational tools.

Course Content

Week 1 Concept of Data Structure and analysis of Algorithm
Week 2 Introduction to queue and its type Primitive operation on queue
Week 3 Introdution to linked list
Week 4 Tree basics terminolgy
Week 5 Sortings and Serchings
Week 6 Graphs
Week 7 Hash table and spanning tree


Prof. Sapna Dabade, Assistant Professor, SAGE UNIVERSITY

"Dr. Sapna Dabade Assistant Professor Department ofApplied Science SIRT, SAGE University, Indore Mobile No: 09425074291 Email: [email protected] WORK EXPERIENCE RESEARCH: • Paper Publications:8 TEACHING 16 Years ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D- School of Chemical Sciences DAVV, Indore M.Phil- School of Studies in Chemistry & Biochemistry Vikram University, Ujjain, 2010 M.Sc.-SGSIT, Indore, 1998 PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN • M.Phil. “PVC Analysis ”. • M.Sc. Project: “.Adsortion ” "