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Prof. Dr. Qaiser Fatmi

HOD of Bio Science, CUI Islamabad Campus Molecular Modeling Structural Bioinformatics

  • 45 min
  • 2,500 Pakistani rupees
  • Online

Service Description

Dr. M. Qaiser Fatmi graduated from University of Innsbruck, Austria and received his Doctoral Degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in the field of Molecular Modeling and Computational Chemistry under the great mentor-ship of Prof. B. M. Rode. After working in renowned national and international universities like International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences, University of Karachi (ICCBS, Karachi), University of California, Riverside Campus (UCR, USA), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU, Islamabad), he joined COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad (CIIT) as an Assistant Professor and soon secured Associate Professorship. He is considered among pioneers in the country, who started working on Quantum Mechanical based Molecular Dynamics Simulations of chemical complexes and initiated a new computational chemistry/biology era in Pakistan by establishing groups and publishing papers. He is also considered among the first Pakistanis who received Doctoral Degree in Molecular Modeling/Computational Chemistry and started contributing to the scientific world from Pakistan. Dr. Fatmi has in-depth training in both Molecular Mechanical and Quantum Mechanical Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Organic, Inorganic and Biomolecular Complexes to understand the structure, dynamics, thermodynamics and reaction mechanisms of complexes. Dr. Fatmi got extensive training in biomoleculer modeling, simulations and structure-based drug designing from USA and Brazil. Dr. Fatmi is a recipient of Science and Technology Grant South East Asia for his Doctoral Programme (2004-2007), provided by Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture. He has 39 research papers to his credit published in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals with a cumulative impact factor of 110. His research domains are: 1- Structural Bioinformatics 2- Computer-Aided Drug Design 3- Molecular Modeling and Simulations 4- Computational Chemistry 5-Database and Tools Development 6- Semi-empirical and Quantum Mechanical Calculations

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