Dr Badri Parshad

Post Doctoral Researcher

Badri obtained his PhD degree from the University of Delhi under the supervision of Professor Sunil Sharma. His PhD was entitled “Chemo-enzymatic Synthesis of Polymeric and Dendritic Architectures for Biomedical Applications & Synthesis of Biologically Potent Heterocyclic Compounds.” After PhD he moved to the group of Professor Rainer Haag at the Free University of Berlin for his postdoc, where he worked in the field of carbohydrates synthesis and modification to inhibit different pathogenic strains. He joined Fruk group in 2019 to work on the synthesis of organic scaffolds to develop new strategies for the removal of senescent cells from biological system. His research interests focus on the development of synthetic methods for application in the synthesis of organic compounds of biological and structural interest.

Publications

B. Parshad, P. Yadav, Y. Kerkhoff, A. Mittal, K. Achazi, R. Haag, S.K. Sharma. Dendrimer-based Micelles as Cyto-compatible Nanocarriers. New J. Chem. 2019, 43, 11984-11993.

P. Manchanda, B. Parshad, A. Kumar, R.K. Tiwari, A.N. Shirazi, K. Parang, S.K. Sharma. Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of the Kinase Inhibition Potential of Pyridylpyrimidinylaminophenyl, Derivatives. Arch. Pharm. Chem. Life Sci. 2017, 350, e1600390.

B. Parshad, M. Kumari, K. Achazi, C. Bӧttcher, R. Haag, S.K. Sharma. Chemo-Enzymatic Synthesis of Perfluoroalkyl-functionalized Dendronized Polymers as Cyto-compatible Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery Applications, Polymers 2016, 8, 311.

R. Miri, M. Nejati, L. Saso, F. Khakdan, B. Parshad, D. Mathur, V.S. Parmar, M.E. Bracke, A.K. Prasad, S.K. Sharma, O. Firuzi. Structure-activity relationship studies of 4-methylcoumarin derivatives as anticancer agents, Pharm. Biol. 2016, 54, 105-110.

P. Yadav, B. Parshad, P. Manchanda, S.K. Sharma. Chromones and their Derivatives as Radical Scavengers: A Remedy for Cell Impairment, Curr. Top. Med. Chem. 2014, 14, 2552-2575.

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