Potential speaker for Infectious Diseases conferences 2020
Anouar Alami
Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco
Title : Comparative study of some pharmacological activities of heterocyclic compounds derived from spiro-isoxazoline, triazole, tetrazole, pyrazole and tryptophan


The chemistry of the heterocycles constitutes one of the research themes very studied and developed in organic synthesis. Many heterocyclic derivatives are found to exhibit various biochemical, agro-chemical and electrochemical activities [1].

In continuation of our research interest in heterocyclic compounds and those precursors, we report in this conference the latest research conducted in our Laboratory of Organic Chemistry [2]. The research orientations chosen are the following:

  • Development of some Spiro heterocyclic compounds, study and prediction of their pharmacological activities,
  • Synthesis and evaluation of the antibacterial activity of some heterocycles derived from triazole, tetrazole, pyrazole and tryptophan


Anouar Alami studied Chemistry at Montpellier II University, France and He received his Ph.D. in 1991. He then joined in 1992 the department of chemistry at the faculty of Sciences Dhar El Marhaz, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University (Fez, Morocco). He prepared his state doctorate thesis degree in Organic Chemistry in 1997 at SMBAU. Believing strongly in the cognitive complementarity of science and in parallel to all his responsibilities (Head of Department of Chemistry, elected for two terms 2013-2015 and 2016-2017, Responsible for the doctoral training "Bioactive Molecules, Health and Biotechnologies", 2014-2018, Director of the Laboratory of organic chemistry, 2014-2018, Coordinator of the Bachelor's degree program "Chemistry Sciences", FSDM, 2005-2012), he had prepared a DEUG (2008) and a License (2010) in Private Law in French and a Master in Economics and Management (2013) at the Faculty of Economics, Law, and Social Sciences of Fez. Concerning the scientific research side, He had published more than 85 research articles indexed in several databases (Scopus, Web of Science, Elsevier, Eric, IMIST…).