P11 - Application of QSARs to the Modelling of Antitubercular Compounds. Part I -The Hydrazide Family; C. Ventura; F. Martins; J. Med. Chem.; 2008; 51; 612-624

P12 – QSAR’s: An Elegant Methodology to Help Designing New Antitubercular Drugs, F.Martins; C. Ventura; Rev. Port. Farm.; 34; 2008

P13 - Modeling preferential solvation in ternary solvent systems; R. Elvas-Leitao, F. Martins, C. Ventura, N. Nunes; Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2009; 113; 3071-3079;

P14 – Application of QSPR-MLR methodology to solvatochromic behavior of quinoline in binary solvent HBD/DMF mixtures; Lídia M.V. Pinheiro , Maria Cristina M.M. Ventura, Maria Luísa C.J. Moita; Journal of Molecular Liquids; 2010; 154; 102-110

P15 – QSAR Modeling of Antitubercular Activity of Diverse Organic Compounds; V. Kovalishyn , J. Aires de Sousa, C. Ventura, R. E. Leitao, and F. Martins; Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems; 2011

P16 – Acidity and Hydrophobicity of Several New Potential Antitubercular Drugs: Isoniazid and Benzimidazole Derivatives; Clara Ràfols, Elisabeth Bosch, Rebeca Ruiz, Karl J. Box, Marina Reis, Cristina Ventura, Susana Santos, Eduarda Araújo , Filomena Martins (Submetido ao Analytica Chimica Acta; 2011)