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Imran Ali Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University) New Delhi India
Prof. Imran Ali, PhD; C Chem; FRSC, London (UK); Brand Ambassador of
Bentham Science Publisher; is working as Professor at the Department of Chemistry,
Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, New Delhi, India. He has a high scientific
profile and an excellent international reputation. His primary research goals are
multidisciplinary in nature with the main emphasis on the simple and chiral separation of
drugs, pharmaceuticals and xenobiotics in biological and environmental samples using
chromatography and capillary electrophoresis. He is also working on the development of
chiral and anticancer drugs. Additionally, his interest is also in water treatment by
nanomaterials using adsorption and photodegradation techniques. He has papers in high
impact factors Journals like Nature Protocol, Chemical Reviews (Impact factor 52) etc.
He has a high citation of about 25,000 with 75 as h-index and 240 as i10-index.