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Surendra Nath Pandeya

Professor Surendra Nath Pandeya (1939 2012)

was an Indian medicinal and organic chemist. He
made several contributions in the design and discovery
of anticonvulsant, antitubercular, anti-HIV, anti-cancer,
antibacterial, and antimicrobial molecules. His research
focused on semicarbazones, Mannich bases, thiadiazoles,
benzothiazoles, and oxindole compounds.[1]

[3] Surendra Nath Pandeya. Retrieved 201605-31.

[4] Pandeya, S. N.; Sriram, D.; Nath, G.; De Clercq, E.
(1999-12-01). Synthesis, antibacterial, antifungal and
anti-HIV evaluation of Schi and Mannich bases of isatin
derivatives with 3-amino-2-methylmercapto quinazolin4(3H)-one. Pharmaceutica Acta Helvetiae 74 (1): 1117.
doi:10.1016/s0031-6865(99)00010-2. ISSN 0031-6865.
PMID 10748620.

Early life and education

[5] Surendra Nath Pandeya | LinkedIn.

Retrieved 2016-05-31.

Dr. S.N. Pandeya was born in Ballia, India to Kapil Deo

Pandey and Gangajali Devi Pandey. Dr. Pandeya attended Banaras Hindu University in 1954 to pursue both
his BSc. and MSc.[2] He began his career with a twoyear stint as a Lecturer at the University of Kharagpur
and later returned to Banaras Hindu University where he
completed his Ph.D. in organic chemistry in 1965 under
Professor R.H. Sahasrabudhe.[3]

Scientic research

Over his research career, Professor Pandeya worked and

visited at several institutions, including: the UIC College
of Pharmacy (1967 1968), the University of Georgia
(1968 1969), and the University of Saskatchewan as a
Canadian Commonwealth emeritus fellow (1992 1993).
Additionally, he established several international collaborative eorts with organizations such as the National
Cancer Research Institute, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), and Katholieke
Universiteit Leuven with world renowned Professor Erik
De Clercq.[4]
Professor Pandeya published over 275 research articles
in peer-reviewed journals. He authored 18 books in the
areas of medicinal and organic chemistry. His supervision led to the awarding of 22 Ph.D. and 75 M.Pharm.
degrees. [5]


[1] SN Pandeya Citation Index. Google Scholar. 2016. Retrieved May 6, 2016.
[2] Member-List 9700 | APTI. Retrieved


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