Dr .Ruby Srivastava |Computational Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr.Ruby Srivastava ,Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology-CSIR, Hyderabad,India

Dr. Ruby Srivastava is a distinguished scientist based at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), a constituent institute of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Hyderabad, India. With a background in molecular biology and genetics, Dr. Srivastava has made significant contributions to the fields of cellular and molecular biology, particularly in understanding the mechanisms underlying various genetic disorders and diseases. Her research focuses on elucidating the molecular pathways involved in cellular processes and disease pathogenesis, with a particular interest in cancer biology. Dr. Srivastava is renowned for her expertise in genome editing technologies and their applications in biomedical research. She has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and is actively involved in mentoring young scientists and students.

Professional Profiles:



M.Sc.: University of Lucknow, India (1992-1994) – Physics (Electronics)PhD: Department of Physics, University of Lucknow, India (2005-10) – Conformational Study of Some Natural Products. Supervisor: Prof. Neeraj Misra

Academic Research Experience:

Artificial Intelligence-based Computational Methods and Bioinformatics: Applied under Widushi Scheme, DST with Prof. G. Rajaraman, Chemistry Department, IIT, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra.Theoretical studies on unfolding the mystery of RNA: With Mentor Dr. Shrish Tiwari, Bioinformatics, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology-CSIR, Hyderabad, India.Coinage Metal clusters and their doped analogs: Computational studies towards their opto-electronic and Biomedical Applications with Mentor Dr. G. Narahari Sastry, CMM, CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad, India.Teaching experience: Pre-graduate, graduate, and post-graduate level (Quantum Chemistry, Solid State Physics) in Lucknow, India.

International Speaker:

Presented on the topic: “Role of AI-driven ChemoBioinformatics Tools in Drugs and Diseases” at the 2nd International Conference on New Trends in Science and Applications (NTSA).

Professional Skills:

Attended numerous short courses and webinars covering a wide range of topics including data analysis, programming, quantum computing, and professional development.

Professional Affiliations:

Member of ACS for 8 years.Review Editor for Frontier in Physics.


1.Metalloboranes as Unusual Superhalogens
Srivastava, R.Superhalogens and Superalkalis Bonding, Reactivity, Dynamics and Applications, 2024, pp. 86–99
2.Effect of “magic chlorine” in drug discovery: an in silico approach
3.Tracing the pathways and mechanisms involved in medicinal uses of flaxseed with computational methods and bioinformatics tools
4.Role of smartphone devices in precision oncology
5.Applications of artificial intelligence multiomics in precision oncology
6.Computational Studies on Antibody Drug Conjugates (ADCs) for Precision Oncology
7.Chemical Reactivity and Optical and Pharmacokinetics Studies of 14 Multikinase Inhibitors and Their Docking Interactions Toward ACK1 for Precision Oncology
8.Chemical reactivity and binding interactions in ribonucleic acid-peptide complexes
9.Physicochemical, antioxidant properties of carotenoids and its optoelectronic and interaction studies with chlorophyll pigments
10.Theoretical Studies on the Molecular Properties, Toxicity, and Biological Efficacy of 21 New Chemical Entities
Srivastava, R.ACS OmegaThis link is disabled., 2021, 6(38), pp. 24891–24901
Ruby Srivastava| Computational Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

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