Dr. Qazi Naveed Ahmed
Natural Products & Medicinal Chemistry Division
CSIR – Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine, Canal Road, Jammu – 180001
Phone/ext : 445
Dr. Qazi Naveed Ahmed is from the Jammu and Kashmir region (a northern state of India) and was born in Kishtwar in 1978. He obtained his Ph.D. from Kashmir University under the combined supervision of Dr. H. M. Sampath Kumar and Prof. M. A. Qureshi at the CSIR-Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine.He completed hisPost-Doctorial fellowship from University of Paris Sud-XI (France) under CNRS program (Aug 2008-2009) in the group of Prof. David Bonnaffe (Head, Glycochemistry Division). In 2012, he obtained a scientific position in IIIM Jammu and currently he is serving as Principal Scientist in Medicinal Chemistry Division. Dr. Qazi also served as Assistant Professor in Higher education department (March 2010 to Dec 2012). His current researchinterests are medicinal chemistry and applications of functional group driven synthetic methodologies across glycochemistry, bio-conjugation/bioorthogonal chemistry and late stage modification of bioactives.
|Ph. D.||Chemical Science||University of Kashmir||2007|
|M. Sc.||Chemistry||University of Jammu||2004|
|B. Sc.||Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, English||University of Jammu||1999|
|Principal Scientist||2017-till date||CSIR-Indian institute of Integrative Medicine, Canal Road, Jammu|
|Senior Scientist||2012-2017||CSIR-Indian institute of Integrative Medicine, Canal Road, Jammu|
|Assistant Professor||2010-2012||Higher Education Department|
Area of Expertise
- Process Development for COVID-19 API’s: [2020-21]
- Medicinal Chemistry of Natural Products for Cancer, Malaria and Tuberculosis; (MLP-5005a)
|Suhail A. Rather, Atul Kumar and Qazi Naveed Ahmed.
|Iodine–DMSO-promoted divergent reactivities of arylacetylenes||Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 4511-4514.|
|Atul Kumar, Veeranjaneyulu Gannedi, Suhail A. Rather, Ram A. Vishwakarma, and Qazi Naveed Ahmed
|Introducing Oxo-Phenylacetyl (OPAc) as a Protecting Group for Carbohydrates.||The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2019, 84, 7, 4131-4148.|
|Atul Kumar, Shahnawaz Khan, and Qazi Naveed Ahmed
|Base-Controlled Reactions through an Aldol Intermediate Formed between 2-Oxoaldehydes and Malonate Half Esters.||Organic Letters, 2017, 19, 18, 4730-4733.|
|Atul Kumar Qazi Naveed Ahmed. A||Benzoquinone Imine Assisted Ring Opening/Ring Closing Strategy of the RCOCHN1N2 System: Dinitrogen Extrusion Reaction to Benzimidazoles.
|Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2017, 2751–2756|
|Anil K. Padala, Raju Ranjith Kumar, S. Athimoolam, and Qazi Naveed Ahmed||Divergent Reactivity of Amino Acid Alkyl Ester Hydrochlorides with 2-Oxoaldehydes: Role of Selenium Dioxide To Promote Regioselective Synthesis of Imidazoles.||Organic Letters, 2016, 18, 1, 96-99|
|Battini,N.; Battula,S.; Kumar,R.R.; Ahmed,Q.N.;||2 Oxo Driven Unconventional reactions: Microwave Assisted Approaches to Tetrahydrofuro[3,2 d]oxazoles and Furanones.||Organic letters, 2015, 17 (12), 2992–2995.|
|Mupparapu,N.; Battini,N.; Battula,S.; Khan,S.; Vishwakarma,R. A; Ahmed,Q.N .||Aminocatalytic Cross Coupling Approach through Iminium to Different Exigent C-C Bonds,||Chemistry A European Journal, 2015, 21, 2954 – 2960.|
|Satyanarayana Battula, Atul Kumar, Ajai Prakash Gupta, and Qazi Naveed Ahmed||2-Oxo-Driven N2 Elimination Induced Decarbonylative Cyclization Reaction in Benzotriazoles to 6-Aminophenanthridines.||Organic Letters, 2015, 17, 22, 5562-5565.|
|Nagaraju Mupparapu, Manoj Khushwaha, Ajai Prakash Gupta, Parvinder Pal Singh, and Qazi Naveed Ahmed||Amino Catalytic Oxidative Thioesterification Approach to α-Ketothioesters .||The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2015, 80, 22, 11588-11592.|
|Mupparapu,N.; Khan, S.; Battula,S.; Kushwaha,M.; Gupta, A. P. ; Ahmed, Qazi Naveed; Vishwakarma, Ram A.||Metal Free Oxidative Amidation of 2-Oxoaldehydes: A Facile Access to α-Ketoamides,||Organic letters, (2014), 16, 1152−1155.|
|Kumar, H.M S.; Taneja, S. C.; Khajuria,A. ; Bani,S.; Qazi,G. N.; Qazi,N. A.; Sawant, S. D.; Singh,P. Pal ; Shafi, S. ; Gupta, A.
Synthesis and immunomodulatory activity of selected 5-butenyl-3-arylisoxazoline.
(WO 2009/110007 A1)
|Kumar,H. M. S.; Sawant, S. D.;Qazi,N. A. ; Singh, S. K.; Verma,M.; Saxena, A. K. ; Sethi, V. K.; Taneja ,S. C.
Synthesis and anti-cancer activity of novel spiro-isoxazoline derivatives of parthenin .
Awards and Honours
|Photo||Name||Area of Interest||Position|
|Suhail Ahmad Rather||Applications of functional group driven synthetic methodologies across bio-conjugation/bioorthogonal chemistry and late stage modification of bioactives.||CSIR- SRF (2017)
|Mohammad Yaqoob Bhat||Medicinal chemistry and applications of functional group driven synthetic methodologies/ Construction of chiral phosphorothioates and phosphoroselenoates and their applications||CSIR- JRF (2017), GATE (2018)|
|Javaid Rasool||Functional group driven synthetic methodologies across glycochemistry and late stage modification of bioactives.||CSIR- SRF (2017)
|Feroze Hussain||Organic Synthesis/Medicinal chemistry||CSIR- JRF (2019)