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  1. Molecular modeling studies towards the discovery and design of new biologically active compounds employing novel studies focused on pharmacophore modeling, 3D-QSAR and traditional QSAR models, docking studies and in-silico screening. These efforts include development of  novel molecular modeling strategies of enhanced success rates. Particular interests in developing new agents against diabetes, obesity and cancer
  2. Synthetic modifications of natural and synthetic biodegradable polymers towards developing new polymers of interesting pharmaceutical properties, which might be applicable in various pharmaceutical areas such as: sustained release matrices, enteric coating, granulation binders, disintegrants, etc.
  3. Application of metal-ligand chelation in different pharmaceutical areas, for example, synthesis of metal-chelating polymeric ligands followed by cross-linking with metalic cations, some resulting matrices proved to be very useful matrices for prolonging drug release.
  4. Application of computer-aided molecular design techniques as aids in pharmaceutical formulation towards minimizing lengthy error-and-trial time involved in designing different pharmaceutical formulas. Examples include the use of molecular modeling and QSPR methods for the prediction of optimal microemulsion formulation, tablet properties and transedermal penetration enhancers.