A. Umamaheswari

Appavoo Umamaheswari received the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree in Pharmacy from The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University Chennai. She is a recipient of Thiru Gnana Sebastian Endowment Award for securing highest in M. Pharmacy. She was offered Management Gold medal by Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences for girls, Tiruchirappalli. She earned the Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Technology degree from Anna University Chennai. Dr. A. Umamaheswari has served as a full-time tenured faculty as an Assistant Professor at University College of Engineering (BIT Campus), Anna University, Tiruchirappalli. She has a good number of research publications to her credit on pharmacy and technology-related topics. Dr. A. Umamaheswari authored five book chapters from her research expertise. Her areas of interest include Drug Design and Development using organic synthetic strategies and Cancer Biology. She has been given multiple presentations at National and International conferences. She is an active member of many professional bodies. Dr. A. Umamaheswari is a co-investigator in government funded project sponsored by DST, New Delhi.


Computer Applications in Drug Discovery and Development
A. Puratchikody, S. Lakshmana Prabu, A. Umamaheswari. © 2019. 332 pages.
With more restrictions upon animal experimentations, pharmaceutical industries are currently focusing on a new generation of experiments and technologies that are considerably...
Target Identification of HDAC8 Isoform for the Treatment of Cancer
A. Umamaheswari, A. Puratchikody, Sakthivel Balasubramaniyan. © 2019. 33 pages.
Target identification has been considered as a chief parameter in drug discovery as it fully characterizes on-target and off-target effects of drug binding. Cell signaling...
Molecular Modelling Studies of Novel COX-2 Inhibitors
A. Puratchikody, A. Umamaheswari, Navabshan Irfan, Dharmaraj Sriram. © 2019. 31 pages.
Molecular modelling uses theoretical and computational chemistry, which offers insight into the nature of molecular systems. This chapter highlights the theoretical explanation...