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Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Dr. Kavitkumar N. Patel
Assistant Professor (M. Pharm, Ph.D.)
Dr. Kavitkumar N. Patel
Area of Specialization
Pharmaceutical Chemistry / Medicinal Chemistry

Experience
Academics: 3.5 Years

Interest areas
Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Computer Aided Drug Design; Drug design and synthesis of antitubercular and antibacterial drugs.

Research
Publications: 07
Presentations: 06

Recent Publications

    Kavitkumar N. Patel, Vikas N. Telvekar*; Design, synthesis and antitubercular evaluation of novel series of N-[4-(piperazin-1-yl)phenyl]cinnamamide derivatives; European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2014) 75, 43-56.
    Nikhil C. Jadhav, Prashant B. Jagadhane, Kavitkumar N. Patel, Vikas N. Telvekar*; An expedient route to the azoles through oxidative desulfurization using iodine reagent; Tetrahedron Letters (2013), 54 (1), 101–105.
    Kavitkumar N. Patel, Nikhil C. Jadhav, Prashant B. Jagadhane and Vikas N. Telvekar*; A novel strategy for construction of azole heterocycles via oxidative desulfurization approach using iodobenzene and Oxone®; Synlett (2012), 23 (13), 1970–1972.
    Vikas N. Telvekar*, Kavitkumar N. Patel; Pharmacophore Development and Docking Studies of the HIV-1 Integrase Inhibitors Derived from N-methylpyrimidones, Dihydroxypyrimidines, and Bicyclic Pyrimidinones; Chemical Biology and Drug Design (2011), 78 (1), 150–160.
    Vikas N. Telvekar*, Kavit N. Patel, Harish S. Kundaikar, Hemchandra K. Chaudhari; A novel system for the synthesis of nitriles from aldehydes using aqueous ammonia and sodium dichloroiodate; Tetrahedron Letters (2008), 49 (14), 2213-2215.

Awards

    Awarded with Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) from University Grant Commission (UGC), Government of India for pursuing Ph.D.
    Awarded travel grant by DST and ICMR to attend Tetrahedron Symposium in Vienna, Austria 2013.

E-mail (O): kavitkumar.patel@bncp.ac.in

Tel. (O): 022-4233 2052