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29th International conference on Chemistry & Drug Discovery 2019 (CSE)

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29th International conference on Chemistry & Drug Discovery 2019

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It’s an immense honour and privilege for us to solicit your active participation in “29th International Conference on Chemistry and Drug Discovery” to be hosted in Toronto, Canada during September 27-28, 2019.

Chem Drug 2019 is designed to canvas recent research trends in all aspects of chemistry and drug discovery. This provides an excellent platform to all chemistry scientists, professors, chemistry subject experts, drug chemists, pharmaceutical engineers, research fellows, scientific communities, business professionals, students and executives around the globe to manifest their newest research discoveries, techniques and develop new fruitful collaborations. The invited talks by eminent scientists and subject experts are expected to seed research zeal in young minds and generate interest in them to take up the challenges of current chemistry research and flourish with magnificent research outcomes.

Those wishing to give presentations, can take up any scientific track out of enormous chemistry & drug discovery world ranging from theoretical aspects of chemistry to advanced applied chemistry research in any allied area including drug discovery-synthesis, up to the minute. Everyone can avail this opportunity by submitting abstracts and getting registered for the conference.

We wish all the attendees worthwhile experience of sharing and exchanging their expertise with maestros from all over the world. Other conference offerings to look forward to are cultural exchanges and networking opportunities that await all the distinguished participants as they step into great city Toronto.

We fondly anticipate your presence in Toronto, at Chem Drug 2019

We really appreciate your time here!

Technical Sessions

Track 1. Chemical Biology & Biochemistry

Biological chemistry
Natural drugs in pre-clinical models
Chemical sensors
Proteomics & Bioinformatics
Metabolomics & Systems Biology
Novel Approaches to Cancer Therapeutics
Biochemistry of nerve transmission
Functional Genomics and Cytogenetic Biomarkers
Transcriptomics
Chemometrics
Hormones: Steroid & Peptide
Metabolic dysfunction
Insulin & Diabetes
DNA, RNA & Protein metabolism
Nitrogen and metal biochemistry
Plant biochemistry
Animal biochemistry
Lipid Science & Technology
Glycobiology Biochemistry
Molecular Medicine & Diagonostics

Track 2. Electronics & Photonics Materials

Photocatalysis for environmental remediation or hydrogen generation.
Chemical or mechanical resistant coatings.
Transparent conductive materials.
Optical coatings to filter ultraviolet light, visible or infrared.
Heavy metals and other aqueous contaminant adsorption.
Development of optoelectronic devices
Nanophotonics
Design, construction and study of optical properties of silicon-based photonic materials
Study of deformations in solids by real time optical interferometry
Study of the dynamics and heat transfer flows in combustion processes
Modelling and simulation of photovoltaic cells operation
Photoelectrochemistry
Compact Circuit Models and Extraction
Photodetectors
Integration of photonic design tools
Heterogeneous integration technology for silicon photonics
Integrated lasers and LEDs
Lab-on-a-chip label-free biosensors
Photonic ICs for telecom and datacom
Silicon Photonics

Track 3. Materials Physics

Magnetic Material
Crystallography
Optical properties of Materials
Nanostructured thermoelectric materials
Magnetostrictive-piezoelectric magnetoelectric composites
Materials Deterioration and Coatings
Materials Modelling and Processes
Metallic, Composites and Nanostructured Materials
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Simulating Combustion
Wastewater Treatment
Welding Engineering
Thermally tuned composites
Superconducting Materials
Oxide Molecular Beam Epitaxy Group
Ferroelectrics
Femtotechnology
Picotechnology

Track 4. Surface Chemistry

Multifunctional surfaces
Nanoestructurated Materials
Intelligent Surfaces
Development of multifunctional (inorganic) coatings
Nanostructured materials for energy storage
Photo-catalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide into Fuels
Selective Photo-catalysts for Hydrogen Energy
Selective X-ray Spectroscopy and the Applications
Replica Synthesis of Fuel Cell Electrode Catalysts
Surface science applied to energy conversion and storage
Functional surfaces and coatings
Molecular recognition by Supramolecular chemistry
Supramolecular Reactivity and Catalysis
Supramolecular Chemistry of Fullerenes

Track 5. Hydrogen Thermochemistry

Thermodynamic simulation of materials and processes
Kinetic modeling of chemical reactions
Simulation of chemical processes
Biofuels
Neutralization and Acid Dissociation of Hydrogen

Track 6. Polymer Chemistry

High performance polymeric materials
Nanostructured polymeric sensors
Polymeric Sensors by chemical synthesis
Polymeric Sensors by mechanical processing
New polymeric materials with application to renewable energy
Surface modification of polymers by reactive extrusion
Design and synthesis of rheology modifiers
Chemical modification of polymer materials
Synthesis of electroconductive, electroactive and electrochromic polymers
Enhanced tumor targeted gene delivery
Polymers for tissue engineering
Multifunctional Lanthanide Coordination Polymers
Polymers with Upper Critical Solution Temperature in Alcohol/Water Solvent Mixtures
Polymer Nanotechnology
Supramolecular Polymer Chemistry and Self-assembly
Polymer Therapeutics: Concepts and Applications
Biochemical Degradation of Polymers
Bio-related Medical Polymers
Solid Waste Management of Polymers

Track 7. Catalytic Chemistry

Catalysts for hydrocarbon hydrodesulfurization
Catalysts for fuel cells
Activated carbon as support for catalysts, absorbents in gas, air and water filters
Single center catalyst
Hydrophobic-hydrophilic catalytic system
Bifunctional catalyst
Photocatalytic system & Chiral catalyst
Enzymology

Track 8. Green Chemistry

Atom economy or efficiency
Innocuous solvents and auxiliaries
Waste prevention instead of remediation
Genetic aspects of CNS function
Molecular and Cellular Neurochemistry
Microwave and Ultrasonic-assisted reactions
Biomass conversion, Biofuels and Biorefineries
Green and sustainable pharmacy
Resources in green chemistry
Green industrial processes and Molecular innovation
Green Energy and bioprocesses
Green routes to synthesis of compounds and materials
Use of energy efficient designs
Recycle, Reuse and Refill
Proper Disposal of Toxic Chemicals or Wastes

Track 9. Nanotechnology & Applications

Nanostructured Materials
Nano-templates of block copolymers of conjugated polymers
Nanoestructurated Materials
Polymeric sensors
Transition Metal Sulfide based nanostructured materials
Transition Metal based nanostructured materials
Technology for CNTs production
Transparent Electrodes
Study of toxicity
Biomedical Applications
Ceramic-based composite materials
Aerogel Production
Nanobiotechnology
Nano Devices and Actuators Uses of nano chemicals
Nano Materials for Smart Drugs
Nanotopography, Nanolithography & Photolithography

Track 10. Environment & Energy

Environmental Pollution Control
Renewable Energy
Automation of analytical techniques
Elemental analysis: analytical techniques and instrumentation
Chemical speciation
Waste Sustainable Conversion
Sanitary Landfill Leachate Biochemical Treatment
Life Cycle Assessment for both nanocompounded polymers
Kinetic and equilibrium studies for metal adsorption
Degradation and stability assessment for nanocompounded biopolymers
Energy sustainability
Chemical risk and regulatory issues
Human exposure and toxicity
2D layered materials and assembling
Spectro-analytical methods
Industrial waste and water treatment

Track 11. Computational Chemistry

Computational Medicinal Nanochemistry
Computational Medicinal Nanochemistry (Diabetes, Alzheimer, Tuberculosis).
Computational Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaic
Nanomolecular Modeling of Artificial Photosynthesis
Computational Nanochemistry of Nutraceuticals, Flavors and Food Additives
Nanomolecular Modeling of Photodynamic Therapy
Computational Organometallic and Inorganic chemistry
Sampling techniques and free-energy calculations
Cheminformatics
Combinatorial Chemistry
Computational Methods
Computational Accuracy
Interpreting molecular wave functions
Quantum optical Spectroscopy and Molecular Chemistry
Nucleosynthesis: The origin of the elements

Track 12. Solar Thermal Cogeneration Research

Magnetic refrigeration.
Solar Thermal Micro Organic Rankine Cycle
Freeze drying with heat integration.
Point focus solar concentrator.
High temperature thermal energy storage.
Integrated solar thermal roofing systems.
High temperature Stirling engines.
Renewable energy oriented GIS technology

Track 13. Biorganic & Medicinal Chemistry

Biomarkers in Perinatal Medicine
pro-inflammatory cytokines
Ionic channels and cardiac arrhythmias.
Gene expression and its relation
Clinical innovation
differentiated stem cells
Drug discovery, designing & delivery
Vaccine Design
Polymer Bioconjugates
The SAR and QSAR approaches to drug Design
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics
Lead Optimization
Cancer Studies: Drug Delivery and Chemistry
Xenobiotic metabolism
Chem-Virology (Zika Virus)
Neurodegenerative Diseases
Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Therapy
Ethnopharmacology

Track 14. Pure, Applied & Industrial Chemistry

Petrochemistry
Technology & Innovation
Research of pure and applied chemistry
Electrochemical tools and technique
Industrial electrochemistry
Nanotechnology involved in industrial chemistry
Petroleum and organic industrial chemistry
Industrial polymers, metals and composites chemistry
Membrane echnology-nano filtration and reverse osmosis
Valorization of industrial waste and biomass residues
New paradigm in Industrial Chemistry

Track 15. Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Lead Optimization
Drug Desigining and Discovery
Toxicology
Pharmacology
Drug Metabolism
Pharmacokinetics
Pharmacodynamics
Xenobiotic metabolism
Pharmaceutical Microbiology
Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell Therapy

Track 16. Organic Chemistry

Click Chemistry
Classification, Nomenclature, Properties of Organic Compounds
Bioorganic chemistry
Fullerene chemistry
Microwave spectroscopy and Flow chemistry
Chiral synthesis & Regioselectivity
Acid Halides, Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones & Alkyl Halides
Amides, Amines, Anhydrides, Aryl Halides & Azides
Carbohydrates & Carboxylic Acids
Phenylamine and Diazonium Compounds
Esters & Ethers
Case Studies, Chirality & Conjugation
Phosphines, Polymers, Nitriles & Phenols
Retrosynthetic analysis
Cheminformatics

Track 17. Inorganic Chemistry

Coordination chemistry of compounds with sulfur donor atoms.
Thermodynamics and Inorganic Chemistry
Reactions in Inorganic Chemistry
Descriptive Chemistry
Electronic configurations
Ligand Field
Coordination Chemistry & Case Studies
Synthetic inorganic chemistry
Bioinorganic compounds
Cluster Chemistry
Simple Bonding Theory
The Crystalline Solid State
Organometallic Compounds
Characterization of Inorganic Chemistry

Track 18. Forensic Chemistry

Toxicology
Necrochemistry
DNA Phenotyping
DNA Profiling
Palynology & Podiatry
DNA, RNA & PROTEIN analysis
Forensic Dactyloscopy
Fractography
Anatomical Pathology
Serology & Arson Investigation
Neutron Activation Analysis
Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation
Criminalistics
Digital Forensic

Track 19. Plasma chemistry & Plasma Processing

Applied Plasma Technologies
Areas of plasma technology
Chemistry of Plasma with liquids
Plasma Chemistry
Plasma classification
Plasma Physics and controlled fusion
Plasma Diagnostics
Plasma Medicine and Plasma biology
Plasma Processing
Plasma Nanotechnologies
Plasma Spectro chemistry & Space Plasma

Track 20. Physical Chemistry

Surface science applied to energy conversion and storage
Crystal Engineering and Transport Process
Creation of Robotic Landings on other Planets
Interstellar chemistry
Space chemistry and Aerospace needs
Electro synthesis
Beilstein database
Femtochemistry
Acids and Bases
Quantum Chemistry

Track 21. Nuclear chemistry

Nuclear Reactions and Fission
Nuclear Reactors and Accelerators
Radioactivity and Radioactive Decay
Production and Uses of Radioisotopes
Nuclear technology in food preservation
Aerosol and Cloud Microphysics and Chemistry
Isotope techniques and application for process analysis
Radiopharmacology
Radiation monitoring
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Alpha, Beta, Gamma Radiation

Track 22. Neuroscience

Influence of neurochemicals, neurotransmitters, neuropeptides
Neurocellular Anatomy and Metabolism
Membrane Transport
Molecular, cellular and medical aspects
Clinical neuro chemistry and neuro biology
Genetics of neuro degenerative diseases
Neuro imaging and Neuroimmunology
Effect of drug on neuro receptors

Track 23. Agro & Food Chemistry

Fertilizers and chemicals
Chemical Composition of Foods
Hydrocolloids in Food Industry
Regulatory Control of Food Composition, Quality, and Safety
Nutritional Disorder Management
Nutraceuticals and Dietary Supplements
Food Nanotechnology
Sustainability of crop production, processing and consumption
Risk/benefits evaluation of food components
Remote sensing technique

Track 24. Fundamentals of Chemistry

Periodic Table
Stoichiometry
Acid-Base Chemistry
Atomic Structure
Chemical Nomenclature

Track 25. Analytical Chemistry

Titrimetric methods
Gravimetric methods
Equilibrium chemistry
Advances in emerging imaging technique
NMR technique
Immunoanalytical techniques
Nano/micro bioanalytical technique
Electrochemical Analysis

Track 26. Geochemistry & Radiochemistry

Isotope Geochemistry
Cosmochemistry
Biogeochemistry
Aqueous and Environmental Geochemistry
Photogeochemistry
Volcanic and geothermal phenomena
Paleoclimatology
Radiochemists
Radiotracer Studies
Radionuclides
Tracer Techniques
Radiochemotherapy

Track 27. Histochemistry & cell biology

Molecular Biology
Cancer Biology
Genomics and Bioinformatics
Molecular Pathology
Cardiovascular Toxicology
Immunohistochemistry
Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) and Receptors
Histochemistry staining Techniques

Track 28. Spectrometry, chromatography & separation techniques

Ionization Techniques
Applications
Fragmentation in Mass spectrometry.
Troubleshooting, maintenance and experimentation with Mass Spectrometry
Innovations in Chromatography in Science

Track 29. Research on Materials of Solid Earth

Biomineralogy
Mineral chemistry
Crystal chemistry
Optical mineralogy
Sedimentary petrology
Petrology of coal
Metamorphic petralogy
Igneous petralogy

Track 30. Immunochemistry

Immuno-oncology
Antibody Discovery
CRISPR/Cas9
Stem cell potency
Innate Sensors
Myeloid Cell Development and Gene Regulation
Transcriptional and Post-Transcriptional Regulation of Lymphocytes
Immune Networks
Primary and Memory Responses
Host-Microbe Interactions
Interventions and Monitoring in Vaccination
Cytokines and Tissue Responses
Microenvironment and Immunotherapy in Cancer and Chronic Infections
Cell-Cell Communications in Immunity
Immune Repertoires
Antibodies, Vaccines and Immunotherapies

AGENDA 2018

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Day 1 July 25, 2018
Group Photo
Workshop
12:00-12:55 Title: Improving onscreen chemistry - A comprehensive chemical informatics system
Velusamy K Velu, SNKV Services Inc, USA
12:55-13:00 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-13:50 @ Red Cedar Foyer
Sessions:
Traditional Medicine| Further Tests for Breast Cancer | Novel Drug Discovery & Drug Delivery | Case
Study and Case Report on Breast Pathology | Organic Chemistry & Inorganic Chemistry | Breast
Pathology Treatment
Session Chair: Andrea Nicolini, University of Pisa, Italy
Session Co-chair: Neelima Dhingra, University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, India
Session Introduction
13:50-14:15
Title: Marine bioactive natural products from coral-derived fungi collected from the
South China Sea
Chang Yun Wang, Ocean University of China, China
14:15-14:20 Questionnaires
14:20-14:45
Title: Dopamine receptor Type 1 (D1R) in breast cancer: Expression, signaling, and
therapeutic applications
Nira Ben Jonathan, University of Cincinnati, USA
14:45-14:50 Questionnaires
14:50-15:15
Title: A novel prodrug of glutamylcyclotransferase inhibitor has anti-proliferative
activity in-vitro and anti-cancer activity in-vivo
Hiromi Ii, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, Japan
15:15-15:20 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 15:20-15:35 @ Red Cedar Foyer
15:35-16:00 Title: Transforming the battle with cancer
Annie Pool, Breakthrough Coach, Canada
16:00-16:05 Questionnaires
Conference Hall: Red Cedar Ballroom C
09:00-09:30 Registrations
09:30-09:45 Opening Ceremony
Keynote Forum
09:45-10:20 Title: Hormone-immunotherapy in endocrine dependent metastatic breast cancer
patients
Andrea Nicolini, University of Pisa, Italy
10:20-10:25 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:25-10:40 @ Red Cedar Foyer
10:40-11:15 Title: Extremely potent, pan-genotypic Hepatitis C virus NS5A inhibitors based on
novel core structures
B Moon Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
11:15-11:20 Questionnaires
11:20-11:55 Title: Biomarkers in cancer immunotherapy
Paola Ferrari, University of Pisa, Italy
11:55-12:00 Questionnaires
16:05-16:30
[YRF]
Title: One-pot synthesis of oxindoles through C-H activation and evaluation of
anticancer activity
Sang Hoon Han, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea
16:30-16:35 Questionnaires
16:35-17:00
Title: The risks of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC): The need for greater awareness,
education & support
Genna Zimmel, Founder of The Deborah Zimmel, Canada
17:00-17:05 Questionnaires
17:05-17:30
Title: Synthesis of azetidines and pyrrolidines towards medicinal chemistry and
organocatalysis applications
Antonio Feula, Myokardia, USA
17:30-17:35 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
End of Day 01

Day 2 July 26, 2018
Conference Hall: Red Cedar Ballroom C
Keynote Forum
09:00-09:35 Title: Colorimetric screening of DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles with drugnucleic acid interactions
Yoshitsugu Akiyama, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
09:35-09:40 Questionnaires
09:40-10:15 Title: Quality assurance tools to help reduce the diagnostic interpretive error in breast
cancer surgical pathology
Mark Priebe, Quality Star LLC, USA
10:15-10:20 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:20-10:35 @ Red Cedar Foyer
10:35-11:15 Title: Development of potent autoinducer-2 quorum-sensing inhibitors equipped with
novel bicyclic brominated furanones against bacterial biofilm formation
B Moon Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
11:15-11:20 Questionnaires
Video Presentations
11:20-11:45
Title: Using Computer Aided Drug Design and docking softwares to determine in-silico
metformin binding site with its receptor AMP Kinase Enzyme
Farah Yousef, Damascus University, Syria
11:45-12:10
Title: Effects of fractionated methanolic leaf extract of Gongronemalatifoliumon CCl4-
induced wistar albino rats
Okpala Jude Chinedu, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria
Poster Sessions 12:10-13:10
Poster Judges:
B Moon Kim, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Yoshitsugu Akiyama, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
BP-01
Title: Vactosertib, ALK5 inhibitor combinatorial treatment with radiation inhibits lung
metastasis in syngeneic breast mouse models
Yhun Y Sheen, Ewha Womans University, Korea
BP-02 Title: Study the effects of capsaicin on triple negative breast cancer cells
Moudi Alasmari, MCPHS University, USA
BP-03 Title: Knowledge modification in a group of Cuban women at risk of breast cancer
Priscilla Akua, University of Medical Sciences of Havana, Cuba
BP-04 Title: The link between hormonal replacement therapy (HRT) use and breast cancer risk
Wilson Selorm Gobah, University of Medical Sciences of Havana, Cuba
MED-01 Title: The status and potential of Chinese marine materia medica resources
Xiu Mei Fu, Ocean University of China, China
MED-02 Title: Hyperhomocysteinemia and anesthesia
Cindy Yeoh, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA
MED-03
Title: Synthesis and evaluation of antidiabetic TMPA derivatives via Ir(III)-Catalyzed C-H
Alkylation
Saegun Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea
MED-04
Title: Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of novel celastrol derivatives as
potent and selective cytotoxic compounds
Jorge A R Salvador, University of Coimbra, Portugal
MED-05
Title: Design and synthesis of 1,3,4-oxadiazole derivatives as a new kappa opioid
receptor ligands
Masoumeh Behnami, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences and Health Services, Iran
MED-06
Title: Correction of a scientific error in lippincott illustrated reviews pharmacology
(anticancer drugs, p 605, Mechanism of action of tamoxifen)
Hussein Albarazanchi, Kurdistan Institute for Strategic Studies and Scientific ResearchCancer, Iraq
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:10-14:00 @ Red Cedar Foyer
Sessions:
Breast Pathology Treatment | Pharmaceuticals & Nutraceuticals | Cardiovascular Pharmacology | Breast
Pathology Diagnosis | Principles of Pharmacology | Breast Cancer
Session Chair: Mark Priebe, Quality Star LLC, USA
Session Co-chair: Soliman Khatib, Tel-Hai College, Israel
Session Introduction
14:00-14:25 Title: Study the effects of capsaicin on triple negative breast cancer cells
Moudi Alasmari, MCPHS University, USA
14:25-14:30 Questionnaires
14:30-14:55
Title: Study of the iron chelating effect of green tea in smear positive TB patients using
sputum smear, serum malondialdehyde and blood iron indices
Shahryar Eghtesadi, Azad University, Iran
14:55-15:00 Questionnaires
15:00-15:25
Title: Trends in the development of novel approaches to cure benign prostatic
hyperplasia: Hormones to 5α-reductase inhibitors
Neelima Dhingra, University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, India
15:25-15:30 Questionnaires
15:30-15:55 Title: Colored computer aided diagnosis system for breast mammography
Maha Ali, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan
15:55-16:00 Questionnaires
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:00-16:15 @ Red Cedar Foyer
16:15-16:40
Title: Lyso-DGTS lipid isolated from microalgae enhances PON1 activities in vitro and
in vivo, increases PON1 penetration into macrophages and decreases cellular lipid
accumulation
Soliman Khatib, Tel-Hai College, Israel
16:40-16:45 Questionnaires
16:45-17:10 Title: The impact of wellness of the health professional on patient outcomes
Laurene S Cataline, Business Strategist, USA
17:10-17:15 Questionnaires
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