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Alexander Tropsha Univ. of North Carolina, USA
"A journal like Current Computer-Aided Drug Design (CC-ADD), which reports on timely comprehensive in-depth reviews and critical assessment of novel directions in the area of drug design and drug discovery, has been long overdue. Journal will not only help researchers in the field of structure-activity studies to follow recent advancement in the field but hopefully will also help to bridge the gap between diverse methodologies addressing properties of highly complex interactions of drugs and large biomolecules. I strongly recommend this journal to all involved in structure-property-activity studies."
Milan Randic Drake University, Des Moines, IA, USA
Subhash C. Basak Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, MN (USA) Biography
Biography of Subhash C. Basak
Dr. Subhash C. Basak, a Senior Scientist and Adjunct Professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth, has more than 40 years of experience in mathematical /computational chemistry and computer aided drug design. His research areas include: Development of novel topological Indices; hierarchical quantitative structure-activity relationship (HiQSAR); quantitative molecular similarity analysis (QMSA); tailored QMSA; descriptors of DNA/ RNA sequences; mathematical proteomics; chirality indices of chemicals; differential QSAR; mathematical nanotoxicoproteomics. He holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Calcutta. Dr. Basak has published 268 research articles and has co-edited two books: 1) Advances in Mathematical Chemistry and Applications (Elsevier & Bentham) and 2) Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches for Network Analysis (Wiley). He is a member of the International Academy of Mathematical Chemistry.