Dr. Chaitanya Hiremath
Founder, President & CEO
Dr. Chaitanya Hiremath is a distinguished drug discovery scientist, educator, advisor, mentor, reviewer, founder, and inventor, specializing in Bioinformatics and Cheminformatics. He was a senior fellow at Harvard Medical School and a visiting scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As an associate-professor of bioinformatics, apart from research, mentoring, and teaching, he has served as a Chief-Coordinator of Bioinformatics Program at a national level, managing all aspects of this program across five centers. He has published over fifteen research publications in international journals. Dr. Hiremath has been granted a patent for the Earth Flag. He has given several invited talks at International conferences and meetings.
C.N. Hiremath, R.A. Grant, D.J. Filman and J.M. Hogle. The Binding of the Antiviral Drug WIN51711 to the Sabin Strain of Type 3 Poliovirus: Structural Comparison with Drug Binding in Rhinovirus 14. Acta Cryst. (1995) D51: 473-489.
C.N. Hiremath, D.J. Filman, R.A. Grant and J.M. Hogle. Ligand-induced Conformational changes in Poliovirus-Antiviral Drugs Complexes. Acta Cryst. (1997) D53: 558-570.
C.N. Hiremath and J.A.A. Ladias. Expression and Purification of Recombinant hRPABC25, hRPABC17, and hRPABC14.4, Three Essential Subunits of the Human RNA Polymerases I, II, and III. Protein Expression and Purification (1998) 13: 198-204.
C.N. Hiremath. Abbreviated Profile of Drugs (A-POD): A unique numerical and graphical representation for compound properties and its use in ADMET prediction. International Journal of Integrative Biology (2007). 1(1): 44-50.
C.N. Hiremath. Let Your Success be BIIG: A New Paradigm for Problem-Solving in Science. International Journal of Physics (2015), 3(3), 113-119.