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Annual Report
2011
by Pakistan of Academy of Sciences at Department of Chemistry, QAU (December
28, 2011)
4.
National Symposium on Kinetics and Catalysis (KC-2011) , Baragali Campus
Abbottabad, organized by National Centre of Excellence in Physical Chemistry,
University of Peshawar, Pakistan. Presentation (12): Heterogeneous Kinetics:
Kinetics of ET reactions at Electrode-Electrolyte interface. (September 26-28, 2011)
15. Dr. Muhammad Farman
Associate Professor
Qualification:
M.Sc. (Lahore), M.Phil.. (QAU), Ph.D. (QAU)
Field of Specialization:
Organic Chemistry
M.Phil.. Produced:
1.
Mr. Jamaluddin
16. Dr. Zia-ur-Rehman,
Assistant Professor
Qualification:
Ph.D.
Field of Specialization:
Inorganic/Analytical Chemistry
Research Grants:
1. P.I. “Synthesis, spectroscopic and single-crystal X-ray crystallographic
characterization of new organotin(IV) dithiocarboxylates of biological significance,
URF, Rs. 50,000/- 2010-11
2. P.I. “Synthesis, structural properties of new organotin (IV) derivatives of S, S-donor
ligand and their bioactivities” HEC, Rs. 450,000/-, 2011-12
3. Dr. Abdus SalamPrize 2011 (Pakistan Academy of Science&TWAS)
Paper Presented in Conference:
1. Afzal Shah, Structural properties antimicrobial and anticancer potency of new
organotin (IV) dithiocarboxylates, 3rd International Conference on Drug Discovery
and Therapy February 7-10, 2011, Dubai
2. Structural characterization and mechanistic investigation of the antimicrobial and
anticancer action of organotins (Jacobs University Bremen Germany, July 20, 2011)
3. Structural diversity and DNA binding strength of new organotin (IV) complexes
(National University of Singapore, September 6, 2011)
International Collaboration:
1. Professor Ian S. Butler, Department of Chemistry Otto Maass Building McGill
University 801 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec Canada H3A 2K6.
2.
Dr. A. Meetsma, Crystal Structure Center, University of Groningen, Nijenborgh 4,
NL-9747 AGGroningen, The Netherlands
3.
Ulrich Kortz, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany, Chang Young-Tae, National
University of Singapore
Membership:
Chemical Society of Pakistan
17. Dr. Afzal Shah
Assistant Professor
Qualification:
Ph.D. (QAU)
Field of Specialization:
Physical Chemistry
Research Project:
1.
P.1 “DNA binding studies of some anticancer compounds, URF, RS 50,000/-, 2010-
11”
2. P.1, “Redox mechanism of indoles and phenols in different pH media”, HEC, Rs.
450,000/-, 2011-12”
Papers Presented in Conference:
1.
Structural properties antimicrobial and anticancer potency of new organotin(IV)
dithiocarboxylates, 3rd International Conference on Drug Discovery and Therapy
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