COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR RESEARCH, FACULTY EXCHANGE, STUDENT EXCHANGE

Title of the collaborative activity Name of the collaborating agency Source of financial support Year of collaboration Duration Nature of the activity
1.Chemo-enzymatic synthesis of multivalent dendritic architectures for the control of neurodegenerative disorders.Free University Berlin, Berlin, GermanyDST20172017-2020Dendrimer Chemistry
2.Development of nanocatalysts for the sustainable synthesis of novel C5-curcuminoid indolizine/quinoline/benzofurans hybrids as anticancer agents.School of Materials Science Japan Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyDST-JSPS20162016-2018Nano Catalysis
3.Synthetic Nurr1 ligand as novel neuroprotective therapeutics to treat Parkinson's disease.Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA 2478, USAThe Michael J. Fox Foundation, USA20142014-2016Medicinal Chemistry
4.Synthesis and studies of the optical, plasmonic and magnetic behavior of Ni/Ag-semiconductor hybrid nanostructures.Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Leibniz University of Hannover, 30167 Hannover, GermanyDST-DAAD20142014-2016Nanoscience
5.Indo-Belgian Research and Technology Cooperation 2012 topping-up grant.KU Leuven, BelgiumDST20142014-2017Medicinal Chemistry
6.Synthesis of Diversely Substituted Indoles by The Electrophilic Cyclization and Cu/Pd-catalyzed Coupling Reactions: Potential Anticancer Small molecules.Indo-Mexico Joint project, Department of Chemistry, IPN, Mexico City, MexicoDST20122012-2014Research and development
7.Chemoenzymatic synthesis and development of biodegradable, structurally persistent core-shell nano-architectures for drug delivery applications.a: Free University Berlin, Berlin, Germany; b: Nanopartica GmBHIGSTC Indo-German Science & Technology Center20122012-2015Nanomaterials
8.Validation and testing of DNA binding ligands as radiomodulator in human cells.PIs from University of Delhi & Essen Medical School, University of Duisburg, Essen, GermanyIndo-German PIs from University of Delhi & Essen Medical School, University of Duisburg, Essen, Germany 20112011-2013Chemical Biology
9.Design synthesis and evaluation of 1,2 –dihydroisoquinolines as HIV integrase inhibitors.International Collaborative Project: Indo South Africa INT/SAFR/P(2/2011)–03/10–2011)DST 20112011–2013Chemical Biology