Certificate course in Computational Chemistry: Computer Aided Drug Design

Embark on a transformative journey into the realm of pharmaceutical innovation with our Certificate Course in Computer Aided Drug Design (CADD). Over the course of five days, participants will delve into a comprehensive program that seamlessly blends theoretical insights with hands-on experience. This meticulously crafted curriculum combines two-hour lectures with three-hour practical sessions each day, providing a holistic understanding of the intricate field of Computer Aided Drug Design.

Whether you are a novice eager to grasp the fundamentals or a seasoned professional seeking to enhance your skills, our Certificate Course in Computer Aided Drug Design offers a comprehensive and interactive platform for growth and expertise in this dynamic field. Join us on this educational voyage as we unlock the doors to the fascinating world of pharmaceutical innovation through the lens of cutting-edge computational methodologies.

Lectures and Practical Experience:

Engage with in-depth lectures delivered by seasoned experts, shedding light on the fundamental concepts and applications of Computer Aided Drug Design. The course places a strong emphasis on practical experience, ensuring participants gain a well-rounded understanding of the subject.

Daily Schedule: Each day unfolds with a dynamic mix of knowledge dissemination and hands-on practice. Attendees can expect a daily schedule featuring two-hour lectures followed by three-hour practical sessions. This approach fosters an immersive learning experience, allowing participants to apply theoretical concepts in a real-world context.


Course Type

Full Time


Five Days

Course Modules

Explore key aspects of CADD through a carefully curated set of topics, including:


Why Computer Aided Drug Design?


Quantitative-Structure-Activity Relation


Molecular Structure Preparation


Molecular Docking Methods


Testing Practical Knowledge

Entry Requirements

This course welcomes participants from diverse backgrounds, including undergraduates and individuals with a college degree.