Dr. Ahmed Sayed

Data Scientist, Cheminformatian and Pharmacokineticist

Pharmaceutical and Informatics business executive
enjoying 10+ years’ advancement.


Posted on 09 Aug 2012 | Comments Off on Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

    • ToxCast EPA in vitro to in vivo challenge: Insight into Rank-I model
    • Consensus modeling for HTS assays using in silico descriptors calculates the best balanced accuracy in Tox21 challenge
    • CERAPP: Collaborative Estrogen Receptor Activity Prediction Project
    • A k-Nearest Neighbor Classification of HERG K+ Channel Blockers
    • Using Online Tool (iPrior) for Modeling ToxCast™ Assays Towards Prioritization of Animal Toxicity Testing
    • Prediction-driven matched molecular pairs to interpret QSARs and aid the molecular optimization process
    • Persistence and dioxin-like toxicity of carbazole and chlorocarbazoles in soil
    • The QSPR-THESAURUS: The online platform of the CADASTER project
    • Online chemical modeling environment (OCHEM): web platform for data storage, model development and publishing of chemical information

Talks and invited lectures

    • Machine-learning applications in clinical research, (Technical University of Munich, GRK Seminar, May 2016)
    • Tox21 Challenge To Build Predictive Models of Nuclear Receptor and Stress-Response Pathways As Mediated by Exposure to Environmental Toxicants and Drugs, (SOT New Orleans, March 2016)
    • The AOP community outreach – AOP-XML: A format standard between AOP-KB modules and interested third parties, (OpenTox Basel, March 2016)
    • QSAR modeling for the evaluation of Aryl Hydrocarbon receptor activators; and Analyzing Toxcast Phase I HTS assays as a potential descriptors (ECO closing conference, September 2013)
    • SAR in the cloud; OCHEM, a free online platform for modeling and interpretation (EPFL Workshop on chemical information, August 2013)
    • QSAR modeling for the evaluation of Aryl hydrocarbon receptor activators (244th ACS meeting, August 2012)
    • Combining HTS in vitro assays with in silico descriptors for liver toxicity modeling (244th ACS meeting, August 2012)
    • Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Inst. Fur Pharmazeutische Wissenschaften Bereich Pharmazeutische Chemie, Graz, Austria
    • Drug design summer school 2007 & 2008 – Tuebingen, Germany

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