Track 17: Molecular Pharmacology
Molecular medicine is additionally a branch of medicine that worries on molecular basis of medicine. Molecular pharmacologists study the molecular study of prescribed drugs and natural compounds utilized in the treatment of diseases, and that they conjointly study diseases on a molecular basis with the goal of developing pharmacologically active agents of molecular and cellular level of developing host and many related issues which is helpful to next generation. The Molecular Pharmacology & Drug Design (MPDD) group focuses on understanding the nature of the molecular recognition processes between drugs and their macromolecular targets. We are interested in discovering the determinants of these interactions, exploring how they modulate the biological activities of the target, and in exploiting this knowledge to discover, design, and optimise new therapeutic agents. Our ultimate goal is to develop novel small molecule therapeutics for a number of differentdisorders, including cancer, infectious diseases, and those conditions that might be ameliorated via interaction with G-protein coupled receptors.
Track 17-1 Action of Drugs on Molecules
Track 17-2 GPCR Signaling
Track 17-3 Cellular & Molecular Mechanisms towards Drugs
Track 17-4 Molecular Medicine
Track 17-5 Genetics & Molecular Biology