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Professor, Chemical Engineering in IIT Bombay
KV Venkatesh is a professor of Chemical Engineering in IIT Bombay. He got his B. Tech from chemical engineering from IIT Madras and later he pursued his PhD at Purdue University, USA. He joined the faculty of IIT Bombay in 1993 after his PhD.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Minnesota, Duluth, USA
A recent trend in predictive pharmacology and toxicology is the assessment of beneficial and deleterious effects of chemicals from their computed descriptors.
Computational Toxicology Facility, Centre for Innovation and Translational research
Computational approaches continue to increase in capability and applicability in the area of predictive toxicology and plays a vital role in the assessment of safety/toxicity of chemicals.
Professor & ex-Dean , School of Computational & Integrative Sciences, JNU, New Delhi
Indira Ghosh is working in JNU since 2008 as Dean& Professor to steer the School of Computational & integrative sciences, which deals with computational approach to Biology, Chemistry, and Economics etc.
Dean Faculty of Medicine, Professor and Former Head Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research, Punjabi University, Patiala
Application of the predictive toxicology approaches may significantly increase the yield in drug discovery and development.