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
Basak SC, Zhu Q, Mills D. 2011. Quantitative structure-activity relationships for anticancer activity of 2-phenylindoles using mathematical molecular descriptors. Current Computer-Aided Drug Design 4(2):98-108.
Basak SC, Restrepo G. 2011. Applications of graph theory, network theory, and chemotopology to structure-activity relationships and characterization of metabolic processes. Current Computer-Aided Drug Design 7(2):81-82.
Basak SC, 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 SC, Mills D, Hawkins DM. 2011. Characterization of dihydrofolate reductases from multiple strains of plasmodium falciparum using mathematical descriptors of their inhibitors. Chemistry & Biodiversity
Natarajan R, Basak SC. 2011. Numerical descriptors for the characterization of chiral compounds and their applications in modeling biological and toxicological activities. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry (11):771-787.
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