Center for Water
and the Environment
Subhash Basak, PhD, Senior Research Associate
Position and Focus
Dr. Basak's research interests include computational toxicology and molecular modeling. Research projects include: Integration of Biodescriptors and Chemodescriptors for Predictive Toxicology: A Mathematical/Computational Approach; Design of Novel and Environmentally Benign Photoactive Chemicals; Prediction of Health and Environmental Hazard of Chemicals: A Hierarchical Approach using QMSA and QSAR.
PhD, Biochemistry, University of Calcutta, 1980
MS, Biochemistry, University of Calcutta, 1968
BA, University of Calcutta, 1966
Guillermo, R & Basak, S C. 2011. Editorial: Applications of graph theory, network theory, and chemotopology to structure-activity relationships and characterization of metabolic processes. Current Computer-Aided Drug Design 7:81--82.
Natarajan, R & Basak, S C. 2011. Numerical descriptors for the characterization of chiral compounds and their applications in modeling biological and toxicological activities. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 771--787.
Restrepo, G Basak, S C & Mills, D. 2011. Comparison of QSARs and characterization of structural basis of bioactivity using partial order theory and formal concept analysis: a case study with mutagenicity. Current Computer-Aided Drug Design 7:109--121.
Basak, S C & Mills, D. 2011. Quantitative structure-activity relationship studies of boron-containing dipeptide proteasome inhibitorsusing calculated mathematical descriptors. Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 49:185--200.
Basak, S C Mills, D & Hawkins, D M. 2011. Characterization of dihydrofolate reductases from multiple strains of plasmodium falciparum using mathematical descriptors of their inhibitors. Chemistry \& Biodiversity 8:440--453.
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