Dr. V. Murugan

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Prof. Dr. V. Murugan started his teaching career in 1988 as Lecturer at J.S.S College of Pharmacy, Ooty, Tamil Nadu. He holds Ph.D in Medicinal Chemistry on Cancer from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai in 2005. He has appointed as a Principal, Dayananda Sagar College of Pharmacy, Bengaluru in May – 2006. He is supervising several post graduates and Ph.D levels. He has externally examined a number of Ph.D thesis from other Universities. He has awarded training fellowship for the year 2015 on Mineral processing and Benefication at Johannesburg, South Africa by the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi.

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Papers Presented in Intenational Conference

1. Anti-Fertility activity of the stem bark of Alangium Salviifolium (Linn .f) Wang in Wistar Strain female rats. V . Murugan, H. Shereef, G. V. S. Ramasarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh in the 60th FIP conference at Vienna, Austria during 26-31 August 2000.
2. Development of quinazolinonyl - diketones as possible antitumor agents, Sunil. V.Sharma,G.V.S.Ramasarma, P.Stephan Thomas,Govind S.Telang,V. Murugan. . Murugan and E. P. Kumar at the 60th FIP conference, at Vienna, Austria, during 26-31 August 2000.
3. Synthesis and biological evaluation of some Novel quinazolinone derivative as possible Anticancer agents. V.Murugan, N. P. Padmavathy,Sunil. V. Sharma & B. Suresh at the 63rd FIP congress, from 5th – 9th September 2003 at Sydney, Australia.
4. Evaluation of Nootropic potential of a herbal extract in stressed rats – Part II. V. Murugan, K.M.Geetha, S. R. B. Priyadarshini and M .S. Sandhyavali at the 67th International Congress of FIP conference in Beijing, China, from 31st August – 6th September 2007.
5. Synthesis of 1 – Substituted Phenyl 2 – [ Bis – ( 2- chloroethyl) amino] methyl -7- nitro – 4 (1H) - quinazolinone derivatives with Nitrogen Mustards as possible anticancer agents. V. Murugan, K. Sumathi, and Kalpana Divekar at the 67th International Congress of FIP conference in Beijing, China, from 31st August –6th September 2007.
6. Synthesis of new 2-styryl quinazolin - 4 (3H) ones as a New class of anticancer agents, V.Murugan, Caroline C Thomas, E.P.Kumar and B. Suresh at the 3rd IUPAC International conference on Biodiversity, between 3-8th November 2001 at Antalya, Turkey.
7. Antistress activity of the Ethanolic extract of Withania somnifera and Occimum sanctum - M.Geetha and V.Murugan (oral presentation in the workshop on Medicinal and Aromatic plants at Chaing Mai, Thailand during January 15 - 18, 2007.
8. Synthesis of Some New Chemical Entities with Nitrogen mustard as Possible Anticancer Agents; R. M.Anand, V. Murugan, S.Revathi*, Manjiri Kulkarni, E.P. Kumar and B. Suresh, International Conference on Health Sciences, Mysore, Karnataka, India during February 25-26, 2005.
9. Synthesis of 2-{ [Bis-( 2- chloroethyl) amino]methyl}-6, 8- dinitro-1-( 4 - substituted phenyl) - 1H - quinazolin- 4- one derivatives as possible antineoplastic agents; V. Murugan, Manjiri Kulkarni, R. M. Anand, K. Sumathi, E. P. Kumar and B. Suresh International Conference on Health Sciences, Mysore, Karnataka, India during February 25-26, 2005.
10. Evaluation of Antioxidant and invitro cytotoxicity activity of Mallotus Philippensis, Geetha K.M, V.Murugan, and Sridhur C. International Herbal conference -2009, Bangalore.Karnataka, India, during Feb.26-28, 2009.
11. Pattern of drugs use during pregnancy in southern part of Tamil Nadu,India.V.Murugan,Vithya T, S.Ponnu sankar and K.Alhas Jiju.11th Asian Conference on clinical pharmacy,Pasay city,Philippines during june 24-27th , 2011.

Papers Presented in National Conference

1. Development of some Newer 5HT3 Antagonists, V.Murugan, T.Balasubramaniam and Arup Mukherjee, 42nd IPC, December 1990, Manipal.
2. Synthesis of some novel oxadiazoles, Triazoles and thiadiazoles as potent Pharmacodynamic Agents , V. Murugan, Y. S. R. Reddy, Asha. A. D and B. Suresh, 49th IPC, December 1997, Trivendram, Abstract No. BP 23.
3. Synthesis and biological activities of some 2, 3 - dihydroselenolo [ 3,2 - C] Quinoline and their derivatives, V. Murugan, T. K. Raja, Y. S. R. Reddy& V.Sekar & B.Suresh, 49th IPC, December 1997, Trivendram, Abstract No. BP 27.
4. Screening of Quinazolinonyl triazoles on estrogenic activity, V.Murugan, M.Vijaya Baskar, G.V.S.Ramasarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, 51st IPC, Indore, Madya pradesh, India during December 18 - 20, 1990, Abstract No. B1, P.34
5. Development of Quinazolinonyl thiadiazole bearing nicotinyl moiety as possible NSAID, G.V.S.Ramasarma, John Thomas, V.Murugan and K.Elango, 51st IPC , Indore, Madhya pradesh, India during December 18-20, 1990, Abstract No.B16, P.38.
6. Synthesis and biological studies on some 1,3,4-oxadiazol-5-yl- 1,4- benzothiazines, B.Mariyappan, V.Murugan, T.K.Raja, G.V.S.Ramasarma and B.Suresh, 51st IPC , Indore, Madya pradesh, India during December 18-20, 1990, Abstract No.BP37, P.48.
7. Phytochemical and Pharmacological studies on Alangium Salvifolium Linn, A Ramesh, R.Hariharan, V.Murugan, M.Ramanathan, H. Shereef, & B. Suresh 51st IPC, Indore, Madya pradesh, India during December 18 - 20, 1990, Abstract No.DP20, P.70 P.48.
8. Synthesis of triazole, thiadiazole and oxadiazole of 2-mercaptobenimidazole and their biological evaluation, V.Murugan, K.Ramaprasad, G.V.S.Ramasarma and B.Suresh, 52nd IPC, Hyderabad, Andrapradesh, during December 1-3, 2000, Abstract No. B26, P.24.
9. Synthesis of new 2-styryl quinazolin-4(3H) one as possible antneoplastic agents, Shabana Roupal Moris, Caroline C Thomas, V.Murugan, B.Suresh, 53rd IPC, New Delhi, during December 21-23, 2001, Abstract No.BP12, P. 185.
10. Synthesis and biological activities of some2,3-dihydro selenolo [3,2-c] quinoline and their derivatives, S.Vijaya Anto, V.Murugan, T.K.Raja and B.Suresh, 53rd IPC, New Delhi, during December 21-23, 2001, Abstract No.BP12, P.185.
11. Pharmacological evaluation of benzimidazole, benzothiazole and benzoxazole as CNS depressants, V.Murugan, S.Vijaya Anto, N.P.Padmavathy and B.Sursh,54th IPC, 13-15th December 2002, Pune, Abstract No. EP6, P.247.
12. Synthesis and biological evaluation of some novel quinazolinone derivatives as possible anticancer agents, Saurabh K . Banerjee, N. P. Padmavathy, V. Murugan, K. Sumanth Prabhu and B. Suresh, 55th IPC, during Chennai December 19 - 21, 2003.
13.Synthesis of Benzimidazole and Benzoxazole derivatives as possible alkylating agents V.Murugan and Geetha K.M in a national seminar on cancer - Biology and development of New chemical entities during Nov. 20th to 22nd , 2008 at Coimbatore. Tamil Nadu,

List of Publications

1. Synthesis and Biological Activities of some 2,3-Dihydro Selenolo [3,2-c] Quinoline and their derivatives, V.Murugan, T.K .Raja, Y.Stanly,and B. Suresh, Indian Drugs 36(9), 1999, 596-597.
2. Synthesis and Biological Activities of New 2-substituted-5,6-dichlorobenzothiazoles, V.Murugan, V.Sekar, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, Y.S.R.Reddy and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences,61(4) 1999,199-201.
3. Synthesis and Biological Activities of some new 2,3-Disubstituted-4,5,6,7-Tetrahydrobenzo-(b) Thiophenes, V.Murugan, M.Karthick, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, Y.S.R.Reddy and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol.8, Jan-March 1999, 229-232.
4. Nictotinyl incorporated Quinazolinonyl Thiadiazoles as possible NSAIDS, G.V.S.Rama Sharma, John Thomas, V. Murugan and K.Elango, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol.9, Oct-Dec.1999, 151-152.
5. Synthesis of Estrogenic Screening of some new Quinazolinonyl Triazoles, V.Murugan, M.Vijaya Baskaran, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol.9, April-June 2000, 267-270.
6. Anti-fertility activity of the stem bark of Alangium salviifolium (Linn.F) Wang in Wistar Female rats, V.Murugan, H.Shareef, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2000, 32: 388-389.
7. Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-bacterial activity of stem bark of Alangium salviifolium (Linn.F) Wang, V.Murugan, H.Shareef, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, Indian Drugs 38(1), Jan.2001, 46-48.
8. Androgenic activity of the total alkaloid fraction of Alangium salviifolium (Linn.F), V.Murugan, S.Gulhane, S.Badami, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, Journal of Natural Remedies, Vol.2/1(2002), 66-70.
9. Synthesis of Triazole, Thiadiazole and Oxadiazole bearing 2-Thiomethyl Benzimidazole and their Biological Evaluation, V.Murugan, K.Rama Prasad, G.V.S.Sarma, M.Ramanathan and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol.11, Oct-Dec. 2001, 169-170.
10. Antinociceptive activity of Wrightia tinctoria bark, Y.S.R.Reddy, Sama Venkatesh, T.Ravichandran, V.Murugan and B.Suresh, Fitoterapia 73(2002) 421-423.
11. Synthesis of 2-Substituted Quinazolin-4(3H)-ones as a New Class of Anticancer agents, V.Murugan, Caroline C. Thomas, G.V.S.Rama Sarma, E.P.Kumar and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, July-Aug.2003, 386-389.
12. Synthesis of some Quinazolinone derivatives as possible anticancer agents, V.Murugan, N.P.Padmavathy, G.V.S.Ramasarma, Sunil.V.Sharma and B.Suresh, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, Vol.13, Oct-Dec.2003, 143-146.
13. Synthesis of some 2-alkyl-3-aryl-4(3H)-Quinazolinones as possible antitumor agents, V.Murugan, Apsara, E.P.Kumar, B.Suresh and V.Malla Reddy, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, Vol.14, July-Sept.2004, 67-68.
14. Synthesis of some Benzothiazole derivatives as possible Alkylating agents, V.Murugan, Saurabh Kumar, K.Sumanth Prabu, B.Suresh and V.M.Reddy, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, Vol.14, Oct-Dec.2004, 175-176.
15. Synthesis of some new Nitrogen mustards as possible anticancer agents, V.Murugan, R.M.Anand, Manjiri A.Kulkarni, B.Suresh and V.Malla Reddy, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, Vol.15, July-sept. 2005, 59-62.
16. Synthesis of 2-{[Bis(2-Chloroethyl) Amino]-Methyl}-1-substituted Quinazolinones as possible alkylating agents, V.Murugan, N.J.Shah, E.P.Kumar, B.Suresh and V.M.Reddy, Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, Vol.15, Oct-Dec.2005, 199-200.
17. Spectrophotometric method for estimation of Fluconazole in Capsules, Anand.R.M, Kumar.T.R, Nandakumar.N, Saravanan.D, Lalitha.K.G and Murugan.V, Indian Drugs 43(4) April 2006, 320-322.
18. A survey of medicinal plants in Kollimalai hill tracts, Tamil Nadu, R.M.Anand, N.Nandakumar, L.Karunakaran, M.Ragunathan and V.Murugan, Explorer : Research Article, Vol.5(2), March-April 2006, 139-142.
19. 3-D QSAR CoMFA study of Nitrogen Mustards possessing New Chemical Entities as Possible Anticancer agents, R.M.Anand, K.Sumathi, S.V.Sharma and V.Murugan, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, May-June 2006, 323-326.
20. Synthesis of 2-[{Bis-(2-chloroethyl) amino} methyl]-6,8-dinitro-1-(4-substituted phenyl)-1H-quinazolin-4-one derivatives as possible Antineoplastic agents, V.Murugan, Manjri Kulkarni, R.M.Anand, E.P.Kumar, B.Suresh and V.M.Reddy, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.18, No.2(2006), 900-906.
21. Anti-inflammatory and ulcerogenic activity of some new N-substituted anthranilic acid derivatives, V.Murugan, K.C.Makwana, K.Elango, K.M.Geetha and Kalpana Divekar, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, Vol.22(3), 2006, 659-662.
22. Synthesis and Cytotoxic Activity of Novel Pyrazoline Derivatives against Human Lung Tumor Cell Line (A549), Mohammad Shahar Yar, Anees Ahmad Siddiqui, Mohammed Ashraf Ali, V.Murugan and Raghu Chandrashekar, J.Chin. Chem. Soc., Vol 54, No.1, 2007, 1-6.
23. Evaluation of Nootropic Potential of Herbal Extract in Stressed Rats, K.M.Geetha, S.R.B.Priyadarshini and V.Murugan, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol 20,No.6 (2008), 4269-4272.
24. Statistical Analysis of the Factors Affecting the Recovery of Microbial Oil, S.R.Brahmani Priyadarshini, M.C.Mishra, V.Murugan and Thanga Angelin, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20, No.4(2008), 2623-2627.
25. Extraction of Microbial Lipids by using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide as Solvent, S.R.Brahmani Priyadarshini, Anna Balaji and V.Murugan, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20, No.7(2008), 5153-5156.
26. Synthesis of 2- [(Bis- (2-chloroethyl) amino) acetamido] -5 – substituted -1,3,4 -thiadiazole as possible Alkylating Anticancer agents, B.Gowramma, V.Murugan, K.Sumathi, E.P.Kumar, B.Suresh and V.M.Reddy, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 18, No.4 (2006), 2705-2711.
27. Synthesis and Antioxidant Activity of S-[bis-2-(Chloroethyl)-amino]-4-substituted-6-phenyl Pyrimidine-2-yl-ethanethioate derivatives with Nitrogen Mustards, V.Murugan, K.M.Geetha, M.S.Sandhyavali and S. Badami, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20,No.7 (2008), 5166-5170.
28. Antistress activity of a Herbal Extract, K.M.Geetha and V.Murugan, Acta Hort. 786, ISHS 2008, 99-103.
29. Antioxidant and Gastroprotective activities of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Ait.)Hassk, Geetha.K.M, Sridhar.C and Murugan.V, International Journal of Pharm Tech Research, Vol.2, No.1, Jan-Mar 2010, 283-291.
30. Synthesis and Biological evaluation of some 2-(N-Substituted Hydrazino)-N-[4-(5- methyl benzoxazol-2-yl)-Phenyl]-acetamide, Shelly Thomas, Geetha.K.M and V.Murugan, Asian Journal of Research Chemistry, 2(4), Oct-Dec.2009, 457-460.
31. RP-HPLC Method Development and Validation of Lamotrigine, Pavan Kumar Puvvada, Vedi Gounder Murugan, S.Vimal Kumar and Pavan Kumar Padarthi, Scholars Research Library, Der Pharma Chemica, 2010, 2(1), 104-108.
32. Synthesis, of 3-[3(2-substituted aryl)-1,3-Thiazolidine-5-one] Thiazolylnaphtha-2H-1-Pyran-2-one as possible antihyperglycemic agents, V.Murugan, Amerendra Singh, M.Ramasamy and Geetha.K.M, International Jr. of ChemTech Research, Vol.2,No.3, July-Sept.2010, 1803-1807.
33. Synthesis of some 1-[Bis-N, N-(2-Chloroethyl) Aminoacetyl]-3,5-Disubstituted-1,2-Pyrazolines as Possible Alkylating Anticancer Agents, V.Murugan, S.Revathi, K.Sumathi, Geetha.K.M and Kalpana Divekar, Asian Jr. of Research Chem. 3(2), April-June 2010, 496-499.
34. Antioxidant and Antiulcer Potential of Mallotus philippensis (Lam.)Mull-Arg leaf extract, Geetha.K.M, Sridhar.C, Mohit Kumar and V. Murugan Journal of Pharmacy and Chemistry, Vol.4, July-Sept. 2010, 98-102.
35. Antioxidant and Healing Effect of Aqueous alcoholic extract of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Ait.) Hassk on Chronic Gastric Ulcers in rats, Geetha K.M., Sridhar C and V.Murugan , Journal of Pharmacy Research, 3(12), 2010
36. Hepatoprotective activity of methanolic extract of Mallotus philippensis(lam.) muell.-arg in rats, K.M.Geetha., S. Ramakrishna, C. Sridhar and V. Murugan., Asian Journal of Chemistry, 23(4), 2011.
37. Synthesis and biological activities of N-[(2´-Substituted phenyl)-1´, 3´-thiazol- 5-one]-naphtho[2,1-b] carboxamidea derivatives.V.Murugan,Manisha,VIshal,Ashwini and geetha k M.Der Pharma Chemica, 3(4):509-516, 2011.
38. Synthesis of 2-(2”-aryl-tetrazole)-5-cyano-6-hydroxy-4-substituted Aryl pyrimidines as potent Analgesics and Antimicrobial Agents. V.Murugan, S.K.Shivamurthy, K.M.Geetha, Brahmini Priyadarshini, B.N.Naveen and H.M.Arun Patel.Inventi journal of Med.Chem 2012,3,149-153.
39. Anticonvulsant Activity Of the methanolic Extract Of Whole Plant Of Zornia Diphylla (Linn)Pers Geetha K.M, Bhavya Shilpa, Murugan V. Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012,5(7),3670-3672.
40. Influence of Itraconazole on the antidiabetic effect of sulfonylureas in alloxan induced diabetic rats Geetha K.M, Sireesha, Murugan V Influence of itraconazole on the antidiabetic effect of sulfonylureas in alloxan induced diabetic rats. Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012,5(7),3889-3891.
41. Synthesis of 3-2´ (N-Bischloroethylaminoacetyl-Benzyl-2-Phenyl)-Benzisoxazole Derivatives as Possible Alkylating Anticancer Agents Murugan Vedi gounder*, Ashwini A. Kulkarni, Geetha K. M, Manisha S, Vishal S Inventi journal of Med.Chem 2013(1):1-6,2012.
42. Hepatoprotective activity of aqueous alcoholic (70%) extract of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa (Aiton) Hassk against antitubercular drugs induced hepatic damage Kannoth Mukundan Geetha, Vinay Kumar Patil, Vedigounder Murugan International Journal of Green Pharmacy Oct-Dec-2012, 295-298.
43. Antioxidant potential of Viscum articulatum burm Kannoth Mukundan Geetha, Venkatesh Bindu, Vedigounder Murugan, Chronicles of Young Scientists, Vol.4(1) Jan-Jun 2013: 32-35.
44. Phytochemical Screening, Antimicrobial and Antioxidant Activity of Indigofera linnaei M.S.Sandhyavali, P.Sivakami Sundari, Pannu Sharma, V.Murugan RGUHS J Pharm Sci, Vol 2 (3) Jul-Sept. 2012: 100-106.

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