- Synthetic Methodology
- Applications of the Baylis-Hillman reaction in the synthesis of benzanulated heterocyclic systems and their elaboration to biologically active compounds.
- Medicinal Chemistry.
- Design, synthesis and in silico and in vitro evaluation of the medicinal potential of novel compounds as anti-parasitic (anti-malarial and anti-trypanosomal), HIV-1 PR, IN and RT inhibitors and anti-TB agents.
- Physical Organic Chemistry
- Kinetic-mechanistic studies of organic reaction mechanisms using spectroscopic and computational methods.
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Department of Chemistry
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