Gabriele Cruciani is full professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Perugia, Italy and is the director of the human Cytochrome Consortium Initiative (a consortium of seven pharmaceutical companies collaborating to address metabolism issues in predictive human metabolism). Cruciani is also a member of the technical scientific advisory board of several pharmaceutical companies.
He’s active in the field of ADME and computer-aided drug design, due to his over two decades of software production for data mining and drug discovery experience, focused on drug informatics, cheminformatics, small-molecule and target informatics, and virtual screening. He obtained several support grants from pharmaceutical companies.
Prof. Gabriele Cruciani
Dipartimento di Chimica, Biologia e Biotecnologie
Via Elce di Sotto 8,
06123 Perugia (PG) ITALY
Phone: +39 075 585 5629
E-mail: gabri [AT] chemiome [DOT] chm [DOT] unipg [DOT] it
- “Structure–metabolism relationships in human- AOX: Chemical insights from a large database of aza-aromatic and amide compounds” Lepri, S.; Ceccarelli, M.; Milani, N.; et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 2017, 114, E3178–E3187. (link)
- “Small molecule inhibitors of influenza A and B viruses that act by disrupting subunit interactions of the viral polymerase” Muratore, G.; Goracci, L.; Mercorelli, B.; Foeglein, A.; Digard, P.; Cruciani, G.; Palù, G.; Loregian, A.; PNAS 2012, 109, 6247-6252. (link)
- “Molecular interaction fields” Cruciani, G.; Mannhold, R.; Kubinyi, H.; Folkers, G.; Serie ED.S; WILEY-VCH WEINHEIM Vol. 27. (ISBN: 3527310878)