The Department of Clinical Research, School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (SBBS), Galgotias University, Gr. Noida, has organized workshop series-I on "Structure-based Drug Designing using Molecular Docking" on Feb. 08, 2020. Total 20 students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. Clinical Research as well as four faculties namely Mr. Kaushalendra Kumar, Ms. Hima Dutta Baruah, Ms. Hema Kumari and Mr. MD Mallick has been participated in the event. The event is started with welcoming of chief guest Prof. (Dr.) Preeti Bajaj, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Galgotias University with offering of handcrafted greeting card by Ms. Hema Kumari, Assistant Professor, School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. Anchor of the Inauguration Session was done by Mr. Agrim Jain and Ms. Aafreen, 2nd year students of B.Sc. Clinical Research. Dr. Gaurav Kumar, organizing secretory of the event briefed the gathering about different sessions and objectives of the workshop. Prof. Ranjana Patnaik, Dean, SBBS delivered the welcome speech and invited the chief guest Prof. (Dr.) Preeti Bajaj, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Galgotias University for the digital inauguration of the event. After inauguration of the event, Prof. (Dr.) Preeti Bajaj, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, appreciated the organizers for organizing this type of research oriented workshop. The workshop comprises two hands on sessions of two hours. Both sessions was conducted and demonstrated by Dr. Gaurav Kumar, Asst. Professor Clinical Research. In first session, participants learned about lead identification, target identification, retrieval and sketching of compounds using different chemical drawing tools as well as retrieval of protein structure from PDB. In the second session, participants learned about visualization of target protein, identification of active sites/pockets, structure editing and docking preparation of target protein using UCSF Chimera tool. The participants also performed energy minimization of ligands and proteins and Molecular properties prediction (Lipinski Rule of Five, ADME, and BBB penetration) using different servers and tools. In the next workshop series, the participant will learn all about the molecular docking simulation studies which will be organized on Feb. 22, 2020.