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Department:Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Center
University:Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Center Sari
To obtain more effective natural products for minimizing side effects of chemotherapeutic drugs as well as genotoxic agents in human and animal and Based on National Elites Foundation of Iran's offer, I pass my obligation to the military service by doing a research project in the field of reducing radiotherapy/chemotherapy-induced mucositis by herbal mouthwashes.
Genotoxicity of different agents and possble protection. Reducing side effects of radiotherapy and chomotherapy. Next generation of cancer therapy; nanoradiopharmaceuticals. Natural product as a novel therapeutic compounds.
Demonstrator of pharmacology and therapeutics at the faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams university (the job included teaching third year medical students including foreign students and medical research.
Assistant lecturer of pharmacology and therapeutics at the faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams university (the job included teaching third year medical students including foreign students, putting exams, evaluating the students, supervising practical computer labs, medical research as well as some administrative matters in the department
Obstetrics and gynecology
Study of Liver and Gastrointestinal Disease
Hepatology research team department of clinical pharmacology faculty of medicine
Era Upadhyay, Associate Professor, Environmental Science, Amity University Rajasthan, EDUCATIONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PhD in Botany (Environmental Sciences) awarded in 2004 from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Title of PhD: Impact of Particulate Air Pollutants on Brassica juncea L. and Linum usitatussimum L. Masters of Science in Botany (Plant Pathology) in 1997 from Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra RESEARCH INTEREST Biochemical and morphological analysis of plants Physico-chemical properties of soil and plant samples Amendment of particulate matters in soil and their impacts on plants Monitoring and Modeling of Air Quality Data Analysis Risk Assessment
WORKING EXPERIENCES Ansal Institute of Technology, Gurgaon o Research Officer (September, 2008 - September, 2010) o Assistant Professor (September, 2010 - August 2011) Job profile: Research & Teaching Ansal Institute of Technology & Management, Lucknow o Assistant Professor ( August 2011 - August 2015) Job profile: Academic- Research & Teaching Administrative- Head-International programs and Administrative Hostel Warden Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur o Assistant Professor (November 2015 to January 2017) Job profile: Research & Teaching Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur o Associate Professor (January 2017 to till date)
Job profile: Research & Teaching Research Profile: Invited as an expert in the workshop on “Orienting Audit for SDGs: Ideas to Work Upon” held at the International Centre for Environment Audit and Sustainable Development (iCED) on 1st June 2018 on the occasion of iCED’s 9th Foundation Day. Core-committee member in “Rajasthan Science Congress” at Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur (13-15 August 2017). Core-committee member in “International conference on Nano-Technology in Energy, Nano-bio interface & Sustainable Environment (INTENSE-2017)” at Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur (19-21 August 2017). Coordinated ‘FDP on ‘Developing high resolution figures for research publications’ at AIB, AUR (May 29- June 02, 2017)’ at AIB, AUR in May 2017. Organized a National Conference on ‘Impact of Climate Change on Air Quality, Biodiversity & Agriculture’ as Organizing Secretary at Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur on 13-15 October 2016)
Environmetal Science SAS & MATLAB Industrial Waste management Management of food industry waste
Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Lucknow Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus Malhaur (Near Railway Station), Gomti Nagar Extension, Lucknow- 226 028, Uttar Pradesh, India, During the course of my research period, work was focused on the biochemical assays. Involvement of free radicals has been monitored in different ocular disorders like Eales’ Uveitis and Diabetic retinopathy. Different parameters like LPO, GSH, SOD, Catalase etc. were estimated by using standard protocols. Further therapeutic aspects of antioxidant “Ridage” (commercial available antioxidants) and Curcumin (A natural herbal antioxidant) were also observed. All studies were carried out in platelets.
It was predicted during the study that platelets could be used as an effective model to monitor the oxidants-anti-oxidant status in such disease conditions at follow up treatment. Stepping in the career of Bioinformatics I have gone through different database developments. Otherin silico identified areas were Gene identifications and expression analysis, proteins secondary to tertiary structure prediction studies, Insilico characterization, Molecular Docking, Microarray data analysis and Nano bioinformatics. ? Developed platelet as a model system for oxidative stress studies against retinal disorders. ? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction for Eales’ disease proteins.
? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction for Influenza B virus matrix protein-2. ? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction and virtual screening of herbal molecules for Filariasis. ? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction for Turmerin. ? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction for Trypanin from Trypanosoma brucei. ? Cluster Analysis and Co expression Study of Helicobacter pylori ? Ginkgolide: Screened phytochemical against Eales’ disease through Insilico molecular interaction (Docking) studies. ? Insilico identification of antioxidant gene G6PD in C. elegance. ? In Silico protein 3D structure prediction of Potyvirus coat protein causing mosaic symptoms on leaves of ?Murrayakoenigii”. ? Study of antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticle produced from Fusarium oxysporum against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. ? In house different biological database development viz Integrin Database, Non protein amino acid database and Organ specific gene database.
Bioinformatics, Genomics Proteomics, Computational biology , Animal sciences, Computational Systems biology Virtual Screening and Drug Designing, Systems biology approaches,Genomics and Proteomics with reference to Neuro, ocular and Animal biology.
• Assistant Lecturer of Aquaculture Biotechnology, Kafrelsheikh University, Faculty of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, Department of Fish processing and Biotechnology, Egypt. • Quality Manager of the project entitled " Qulifying and International accreditation Central Laboratory for Aquatic Organisms Health and Safety (CLAHS), Kafrelsheikh University", HEI Labs accreditation Project , according to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 from Egyptian Accrediation Council (EGAC), 24 Apil 2019 to present
Food-Borne Diseases/Toxicology • Food Microbiology • Food Chemistry and Analysis ? I teach the practical parts for the following Courses: • Marine Biotechnology • Food-Borne Diseases/Toxicology • Food Microbiology • Food Chemistry and Analysis
Department:Materials and Energy Research Center (MERC)
University:Islamic Azad University-Tehran North Branch
To obtain a challenging, technical and experimental position as deemed suitable to my skills, experience, and backgrounds, to help a successful organization or company expand further and to help myself grow further professionally.
• Evaluating local and foreign chemical and petrochemical companies as customers. • Preparing statistical reports of petrochemical industry. • Processes control Tehran university research assistant• Research on drug delivery and process system
Department:Biological engineering, specialty of Biotechnology
University:National Engineering School of Sfax, University of Sfax
To pursue an innovative and advanced research, willing to work as a key player in challenging and creative environment and teaching career in Microbial Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Microbiology and Environmental bioremediation.
Microbial Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Microbiology and Environmental bioremediation.
Department:Plant Science and Microbial Interactions
University:Portuguese Catholic University, CBQF
Dr. Sofia Pereira (SP) has a degree in Biology (2001), MSc in Toxicology (2004) and PhD in Biology (2010) fromAveiro University (Portugal). Currently, she is contracted Researcher and Invited Auxiliar Professor at CentroBiotecnologia e Química Fina, Universidade Católita Portuguesa. Her scientific activity has been focused onfostering biotechnological approaches towards a more sustainable and resilient agriculture and therestoration of degraded areas, being her domain of activity the environmental and agricultural biotechnology.Her scientific outputs are the result of an interdisciplinary approach integrating complementary fieldsincluding soil science, microbiology, and biotechnology.
SP has published 26 papers in peer reviewed journals and 7 book chapters. Her work accumulates 535citations, with an h-index of 12 (SCOPUS). She co-authored an international patent and has more than 55communications in scientific international/national conferences, including 11 oral presentations. She hasparticipated in 10 national and EU-funded research projects on the subject of plant microbial interactions andstresses. SP maintains an active international network with shared scientific publications. SP supervised 2 MSc,several undergraduate students and gave scientific support to several international PhDs. SP also has activelyparticipated in knowledge transfer activities through the organization of seminars, workshops and pressreleases. Currently, her main research interests are focused on the impact of climate changes and relatedabiotic stresses in crop productivity and on the devise of stable bioinocula formulations using new carriermaterials
Her scientific activity has been focused onfostering biotechnological approaches towards a more sustainable and resilient agriculture and therestoration of degraded areas, being her domain of activity the environmental and agricultural biotechnology.Her scientific outputs are the result of an interdisciplinary approach integrating complementary fieldsincluding soil science, microbiology, and biotechnology.
Department:Translational Research Platform for Veterinary Biologicals
University:Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Dr. Umadevi Subramanian, Ph.D., Scientist Translational Research Platform for Veterinary Biologicals, 2nd Floor, Central University Laboratory Building, TANUVAS, Madhavaram Milk Colony, Chennai - 600051, Tamil Nadu, India.
Anesthesiology, Translational Research Platform for Veterinary Biologicals
Abdollah Amini, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Biology, School of Medicine, Shahid Beheshti Medical University PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP: 2016-2017 Education Development Center (EDO), Member 2006-2016 Iranian anatomical society, Member
Department:Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques Turkey
Dr. Aysel VEYISOGLU Sinop University Vocational School of Health Services Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques Turkey
Associate Degree: Istanbul University, Health Services Vocational School Department of Health Programs (2001-2003 Year) • Bachelor's Degree: Selcuk University, Faculty of Science Department of Biology (2003-2006 Year)
Master (Thesis): Ondokuz Mayis University, Institute of Science Biology (Master) (With Thesis) (2006-2010 Year) • Doctoral: Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Science and Letters Department of Biology (2010-2014 Year)
I am Dhivya from India. I had awarded PhD Biotechnology and MSc in Bioinformatics. I did my PhD in the field of DNA barcoding and genomics. I am having experience to work in the field of comparative and functional genomics, NGS data analysis and phylogenetic analysis of large-scale genome and testing the targeted genes by using PCR, qPCR and R packages.
I am interested to work in the field of genomics and metagenomics. I am certified in transcriptome profiling by Next Generation Sequencing both experimental and computational aspects of NGS like the preparation of libraries from poly-A mRNA, quantification and quality control of the libraries prepared and current methods, tools, and pipelines to analyze the RNA sequencing data. And I am having 3 and half years of teaching experience 6 years of research experience. I am very much interested in working as editorial board member. Hereby I am applying for editorial board member position in your esteem company and anticipating for your reply. Thanking You.
UGC Dr.D.S. Kothari Postdoctoral Fellowship
Dr. S.Ramkumar UGC Dr.D.S. Kothari Postdoctoral Fellowship (2017- 2020) Ph.D., Biotechnology Bharathidasan University, Trichy, India 2013 Highly Commended M.Sc., Biotechnology Bharathidasan University, Trichy, India 2002 63.1% B.Sc., Micro Biology Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore, 2000 59% Academic Projects
? Master’s thesis at M.Sc., "The Elucidation Phthalate isomers pathway in soil isolate pp4" Biotechnology center, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai. This phthalate isomers (hydrocarbon) are mainly found in plastic medical devices and it cause male sterility. This project is about Phthalate isomers degradation pathway by using Pseudomonas spp.
? Doctoral Thesis: Screening, Identification and Characterization of Polyphenol oxidase in tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) for Selection of Superior Clones in UPASI germplasm.
Isolation and analysis of full length PPO gene with promoter sequence ? Transcriptomics profiling ? Development of miRNA as a biomarker during pathogen interaction in tea plants.
Department:Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology
University:Genome Institute of Singapore
Tong Ming Liu Ph.D in Genetics, Institute of Hydrobiology, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1999-2002. M.A. in Microbiology, Department of Microbiology, Wuhan University, 1996-1999 B.A. in Biology, Department of Biology, Xinyang Normal University, 1990-1994 Quality & potency of human mesenchymal stem cells Molecular basis of stemness of mesenchymal stem cells Bone and cartilage disease modeling, drug screening and gene correction via iPS Directed differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells toward mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage and bone repair Direct conversion of human fibroblasts into osteoblast-like cells by defined factors or small molecules Gene therapy for cartilage regeneration and repair in regenerative medicine Signaling pathway of genes regulating cartilage differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells Stem cell biology and technique PUBLICATIONS (Total citation 1725 based on Google scholar until 12 Mar)
Department:Biochemistry & Molecular Biology laboratory, Health Sciences
University:University of Milan, San Paolo Hospital
Paola Signorelli graduated with honors in Biology in 1994 and received her PhD in Experimental Medicine in 1999 at the La Sapienza University of Rome. He is currently an associate professor of Biochemistry at the University of Milan. In the Biochemistry Laboratory of Sphingolipids (Department of Health Sciences, University of Milan), of which he is co-responsible, a scholarship holder, three PhD students and two technicians work. In the field of cystic fibrosis, Paola Signorelli deals with new drugs with possible anti-inflammatory and antifungal action: sphingolipid inhibitors; experimentation on an animal model is expected.
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology laboratory, Health Sciences
Yaaser Qaaed Musleh Almulaiky.
University:King Abdulaziz University
Dr. Yaaser Qaaed Musleh Almulaiky is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He received his Ph.D. at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia in 2017. Yasser Qaaed Musleh Almulaiky published articles in many publications and attended many conferences.
Nanoparticles and applied in enzymology
- Production and immobiliztion of Enzymes for applied in fields medicine, environment and food industries
Ezat Hamidi-Asl, Ph.D, Nanotechnology, Bioelectroanalytical Chemistry, Ph.D: Eletroanalytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran, 2012, Degree: Excellent. M.Sc.: Analytical Chemistry, University of Damghan, Faculty of Chemistry, Damghan, Iran, 2006, Degree: Excellent. B.Sc.: Pure Chemistry, University of Ferdowsi, Mashhad, Iran, 2003.• Research associate, University of Mazandaran, Iran, Feb 2016 till now. • Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Antwerp, Belgium, Jun 2013- Feb 2016. • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Mazandaran, Iran, April 2012-May 2013. • Visiting Researcher in the biosensor group of the department of chemistry, group of Prof. Marco Mascini, University of Florence, Florence, Italy, Sep 2010- Jun 2011. • Researcher for ACECR (The Academic Center for Education, Culture and Research), Sari, Iran, 2012.
• Analytical Chemistry
• Medical Science and Biochemistry
• Nanotechnology and Sensors to use in clinical settings and biotechnology
Department:Biomedical Research and Integrative Neuro imaging Center
University:University of New Mexico
Zinia Pervin, MD Graduate Research Assistant Biomedical Research and Integrative Neuro imaging Center (BRAIN) University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM-87131, USA
PhD, Biomedical Engineering Jan 2018- contd. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA MBBS, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MD) May 2014 Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College Bangladesh HSC, Higher Secondary School Certificate August 2008 Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College Bangladesh
Graduate Research Assistant, Neuroimaging technology (MRI and MEG) and computational data analysis, UNM, (Jan 2018- Contd.)
Internal Medical officer, Department of Neurosurgery, Enam Medical College & Hospital, Savar, Bangladesh. (Jan 2015- Aug 2017)
Project Assistant, Pathology Department, Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College, Bangladesh (July2014 -August 2015)
• Cognitive Impairment and Behavioral Dysfunction following FASD.
• Changes of structural and Cognitive behavior in Psychological spectrum disorder.
• fMRI and EEG to detect the cognitive and Functional Changes of the Brain following brain trauma.
• Demyelination of the Central nervous system due to a neurodegenerative disorder.
• Functional and Neuronal Damage on Neurodegenerative disorder.
• Chronic Neuropathic Pain related to Peripheral and Central Nervous System.
Department:Department of Life and Consumer Sciences
University:University of South Africa
Dr Salerwe Mosebi Senior Lecturer
Dr. Salerwe Mosebi Senior Lecturer I am an assiduous and resolute professional with expert knowledge of Protein Biochemistry, Structural Biology, and Drug Discovery. I have over 11 years’ experience in Research and Development in the mining industry, particularly within the Drug Discovery, Food Security and/or Environmental Science fields. Amongst my most outstanding strengths are discipline, perseverance and a passion for research. I am a reliable, diligent and highly motivated professional focused on the timely and quality completion of set milestones. A self-starter and can work efficiently on own initiative or can integrate easily into a team environment. I work well under pressure and time constraints within high-volume environments.
1. Position: Senior Lecturer
October 2018 – present (University of South Africa)
• Lecturing of undergraduate and postgraduate students
• Developing practical experiments for undergraduate courses
• Develop modules for undergraduate and postgrad courses
• Student supervision (Hons, MSc, Ph.D. & postdoc fellows)
• Drafting of research grants, quarterly and yearly reports
• Preparation and review of research articles for publication
• Review of research grant proposals
Biochemistry and genetics at undergraduate level.
Protein biochemistry, structural biology at postgraduate level
Biochemistry and genetics at undergraduate level.
Protein biochemistry, structural biology at postgraduate level
Techniques/Skills: • Biochemical and biophysical characterisation of protein – folding, unfolding, spectroscopy, enzyme assays and kinetic analysis, inhibition studies , protein-protein interactions, protein-ligand interactions, protein-drug interactions (using absorbance, fluorescence, and radioactivity as detection methods). • Bacterial transformation and heterologous expression of protein; purification of desired protein (soluble or insoluble) utilizing anion exchangers, affinity chromatography and size exclusion column chromatography; protein characterization using HPLC systems, purification of HIV-1 protease inhibitors using reversed-phase liquid chromatography, intrinsic protein fluorescence studies, circular dichroism studies analysis, ligand binding studies, isothermal titration calorimetry, stopped-flow binding kinetics and basic biochemical and bioinformatics techniques. • Other techniques: Molecular Biology – bacterial and mammalian expression systems, over-expression of tagged/untagged proteins, vector design, primer design and PCR, Assay Development (ELISA, AlphaScreen, cytotoxicity, antiviral etc.), ADME profiling.
Department:Faculty of Science, Department of Biotechnology
University:Necmettin Erbakan University
Dr. Egemen FOTO Necmettin Erbakan University Faculty of Science, Department of Biotechnology Konya, Turkey Bachelor’s Degree HacettepeUniversity, Faculty of Scinece, Department of Biology 1998 - 2003 Academic Avarage.: 2,90 Master’s Degree HacettepeUniversity, Institute of Scinece, Department of Molecular Biology 2004 – 2007 Academic Avarage.: 3,80 Doctoral Degree HacettepeUniversity, Institute of Scinece, Department of Molecular Biology 2007 - 2016 Academic Avarage.: 4,00
LABORATORY EXPERIENCES ? Determination of cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of compounds/biomaterials thought to be mutagenic using Ames Salmonella / microsome testing system. ? Determination of cytotoxic and genotoxic effects and relationships of some heterocyclic compounds with Rec test system. ? Determination of Telomerase activity using simple quartz microbalance nucleic acid biosensors. ? RFLP analysis with PCR and applications with gel electrophoretic methods. ? Polymorphism analysis in various organisms by RAPID PCR. ? Determination of the effects of newly synthesized- benzoxazole derivatives and ring analogs, which are thought to be potential drug active substances, on eukaryotic DNA topoisomerase I, II inhibition by relaxation assay and determination of their DNA binding activities and action mechanisms by DNA Cleavage assay, Unwinding assay and Electromobility Shift Assay ( EMSA).
? Production of cells using eukaryotic primary explant cell culture techniques, long-term storage by freezing and determination of cytotoxicity of potential 4 drug active substances on various cell lines (XTT, WST_1, MTT, SRB test and fluorescence staining methods). ? Investigation of DNA damage in eukaryotic normal and cancer cell lines using Comet Micronucleus, Sister Chromatid exchange test systems. ? Techniques of working with experimental animals, various manipulations and experimental models in toxicology. ? Techniques of working with invertebrate model organisms (Hemolemf removal and microscopic examinations). ? Working techniques with Zebra fish model organism (Spectrophotometric analysis of tissue homogenates and Western blot analysis)
Molecular Toxicology, Bacterai Genetics, Anticancer Drug Mechanisms, Topoisomerase Inhibitors, Cell Culture Studies, Short-Term Mutagenicity and Genotoxicity Test Systems, Bio/Nanomaterials and Biocompatibility, SAR/QSAR Analaysis, Computure-Aided Drug Design, Docking studies Drug Design and Drug Screening, DNA Topoisomerases, Anticancer Drugs, DNA Damage and Repair, Cytotoxicity, Genotoxicity, Biocompatibility, Cell Culture Techniques, Molecular Genetics Techniques, Docking Studies, Qualitative and Quantitative Structure-Activity Reliationships, Pharmacophore Modelling
Amanda Skepu currently works at the Advanced Materials Division, Mintek. Amanda does research in Nanotechnology. Cell Biology, Diagnostics, and Biotechnology. The Developmental NIC Bio labels team is headed by Dr. Amanda Skepu. She has a Ph.D. in Biotechnology from the University of the Western Cape. Prior to joining Mintek, she worked at the MRC Diabetes Research Group, where she was responsible for conducting and managing research processes, supervising and lecturing postgraduate students, writing research proposals and reports and establishing collaborations. Her areas of expertise cover a wide area of techniques in molecular and cellular biology, R&D in the development of rapid diagnostic test kits, with vast experience in working with rats and various cell culture models
research in mineral processing extractive metallurgy & mineral beneficiation, mining & metals, Advanced Materials Division, Mintek. Amanda does research in Nanotechnology. Cell Biology, Diagnostics, and Biotechnology
Chukwunonso Livinus Udeh
Consultant Clinical Research Associate
Department:Clinical Research/Public Health
University:Clinique Research Development Limited
Chukwunonso Livinus Udeh is a Clinical Research professional with about 5 years of knowledge/skills/experience in animal experimentation, public health interventions, and world-class clinical trials. He has actively participated in the planning, conduct, and monitoring of phase I, II, III, pharmacovigilance studies ranging from Vaccines, Oncology, RA and Cardiology. His ultimate goal is to tackle those ethical issues revolving around drugs, medical devices, nutraceuticals, cosmetics and vaccines development, in order to address specific health needs ranging from Nigerian to African and the World at large.
Experience in Clinical Research/Public Health with end to end monitoring experience in India and West Africa for Surveys, Phase I, II, III studies, and Pharmacovigilance. This includes a year’s experience working as an M&E volunteer in Nigeria for an HIV/AIDS study.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant Clinical Research Associate August 2018 till date: Likak Research, Dakar, Senegal February 2019 till date: Margan Clinical Research Organization, Accra, Ghana November 2019 till date: Clinique Research Development Limited, Lagos, Nigeria Activities performed include; ? Examined the overall conduct of the study ? Monitored the survey live data capture on ODK in the field ? Assisted the team in the preparation of Investigator Site File ? Performed paper source data verification ? Verified adherence of the data collection process to GCP and Protocol ?
Reviewed Informed consent documentation to ensure that subjects’ rights are protected ? Conducted short training for the study team to maximize compliance ? Reviewed the survey database and electronic data capture for completeness and accuracy ? Documented Monitoring visit with a report according to the Sponsor’s SOP ? Prepared a follow-up letter sent to the Principal Investigator.
Activities performed under the under the Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services (SIDHAS) project include;
Entered and updated HIV patients’ data into DHIS and LAMIS database.
Assisted in quarterly retention and audit determination (RADET).
Collected and updated monthly reports from facilities using Pre-ART, ART, PMTCT registers, etc.
Brought to the attention and knowledge of the M&E team, issues that needed to be resolved such as data inconsistencies, missing data, outliers, etc.
University:Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad
Dr. Nand Kumar Singh Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad-211004 India Qualifications 1994: Bachelor of Science, CCS University Meerut U.P, India 1997: Master of Science, CCS University Meerut U.P, India 1999: Master of Philosophy, CCS University Meerut U.P, India 2006: Ph.D. Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, U.K, India Details of employment S.No. Post Period Institution 1. Associate Professor March 28, 2018 to till date Department of Biotechnology, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, Prayagraj India
Assistant Professor December 04, 2007 to March 28, 2018 Department of Biotechnology, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India 2. Visiting Faculty Dec.14, 2006 to Dec.04, 2007 Department of Applied Mechanics (Biotechnology), Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India 3 Senior Research Fellow August 16, 2000 to January 03, 2003 PDCSR, Modipuram, Meerut UP India 4 Junior Research Fellow July 13, 1999 to March 31, 2000 Ch. Charan Singh University Meerut UP India Courses taught/Teaching B.Tech: Genetics, Genetic Engineering, Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Genomics and Proteomics, Bioenergy M.Tech & Ph.D: Biotechnology: Molecular Biology, Recombinant DNA Technology, Metabolic Engineering, Bioinformatics.
Area of Research: Molecular Biology: Genetic Engineering, Genomics and proteomics, Metabolic Engineering, Cancer cell inhibition, Genetic modification of plant and microbes for application in food quality improvement, bioenergy and environment. Plant biotechnology: Plant tissue culture and modification of plant for medical importance. Processing and modeling of plants and microbial nanomolecules for drug development.
Genetic Engineering, Genomics and proteomics, Metabolic Engineering, Cancer cell inhibition, Genetic modification of plant and microbes for application in food quality improvement, bioenergy and environment. Plant biotechnology: Plant tissue culture and modification of plant for medical importance. Processing and modeling of plants and microbial nanomolecules for drug development.
Department:Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technologies
I have been working in quality control and research laboratories related to agro-food and environment, topics in which I am interested in, during three years. During this time, I have been able to acquire different instrumental technique skills as well as research projects development capacity. In 2018, I joint the Water and Environmental Health Research Group (University of Zaragoza, Spain), where I focused my research on wastewater treatments, chemical and microbiological water quality and studies about intestinal parasites, free-living amoebae and endosymbiont bacteria.
Since then, I have participated in several national and international conferences, I have attended several courses related to environment and sustainability, I have taught some laboratory practice courses for students, I have reviewed an article submitted for an international journal and, recently, I have published an article on a Q1 International Journal.
My current research and PhD project addresses the relationship between the presence of antibiotics, antibiotic-resistances, free-living amoebae and amoebae-resistant bacteria in water and their public health and environmental related risks. I consider myself as an organised, hard-working, rigorous and persistent person, full of aptitudes and motivation for success in multiple tasks.
PREVIOUS POSITIONS AND ACTIVITIES Employing entity City employing entity Professional category Start date Duration Universidad de Zaragoza Zaragoza, Spain Researcher 18/10/2018 1 year - 14 days Employing entity City employing entity Professional category Start date Duration Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral Guayaquil, Ecuador Biotechnologist, Researcher 02/04/2018 3 months - 29 days Employing entity City employing entity Professional category Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral Guayaquil, Ecuador Intern
Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technologies, Department Environmental Technologies (Engineering and Architecture)
University:Medical School National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Fragiska Sigala, Associate Professor in Vascular Surgery, Medical School National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece 2004-2006 Salaried position Surgeon Clinical Vascular and Endovascular Surgery St.Josef Krankenhaus Haan-Germany • 2006-2007 Salaried position Surgeon Clinical Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, University of Aachen-Germany • 2007-2011: Lecturer in Vascular Surgery A Propaedeutics Surgery Clinic of the University of Athens • 2011-2016: Assistant Professor in Vascular Surgery A Propaedeutics Surgery Clinic of the University of Athens •
2016-today: Associate Professor in Vascular Surgery A Propaedeutics Surgery Clinic of the University of Athens In my clinical work is analyzed in seven years in a full range of vascular diseases and operations in Vascular Surgery Clinic A University / University in Athens "Laiko" General Hospital, Clinical Vascular and Endovascular Surgery of the Klinikum S?d Nuremberg and Vascular Surgery Clinic Hospital, KAT. Afterwards I have worked in paid position as a specialist vascular surgeon from obtaining specialty (12/2004) to my appointment in Hippocratio Hospital GNA as a Lecturer (5/2007), two major German Vascular Surgery (St.Josef Krankenhaus Haan-Germany and Clinical vascular and endovascular Surgery, University of Aachen), gaining extensive experience in both complex vascular surgery as the thoraco¬abdominal aneurysms and in endovascular operations.
In Hippocratio Hospital GNA as Lecturer (2007-2011), as Assistant Professor (2011 -2016) and Associate Professor (2016 to date) practiced self-reliant clinical work by running a large number of vascular surgeons and urgent elective surgery, examining a large number of patients and completely covering the diagnostic and therapeutic vascular surgery incidents Hospital in everyday basis as a vascular surgeon. Having considerable experience of endovascular surgery in 2007 contributed actively to perform intravascular operations. The clinical results of Vascular operations were excellent in mortality-morbidity, and comparable with the levels of international specialized centers
Vascular Surgery, Ordinary Surgery, Clinical Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
Jawhar GHARBI, MSc, PhD Doctor Jawhar GHARBI is actually Full Professor of Virology in the Biological Sciences department, College of Science at the University King Faisal in KSA. He obtained his MSc (1995) in Molecular Genetic and his PhD (1999) degrees in Molecular Virology from the University of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia.
He obtained the international diploma of Fundamental Virology from the Pasteur Institute of Paris, France in 1997. He also gained the Habilitation (HDR) in Virology from the University of Monastir, Tunisia in 2006. Afterwards, he received a one-year postdoctoral research as Fulbright scholarship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center UNMC, Omaha, USA.
He was named Assistant Professor in 1999 at the University of Carthage than in the University of Sousse, Tunisia.In 2006, he was named Associate Professor and as a full Professor ofVirology in 2011 at the University of Monastir, Tunisia. From 2011 to 2017, Professor Jawhar GHARBI has been appointed deputy director of the Higher Institute of Biotechnology of Monastir. His research focuses on viral epidemiology, viral pathogenesis and virulence, vaccines development for RNA+ viruses. He has co-published about 50 papers in indexed journals.
He has been involved as Principal Investigator in establishing several joint scientific projects with Moroccan, French, German, spain and indian scientists aiming at studying the circulation, pathogenesis and control of viruses. He is co-founder of the Tunisian Society of Microbiology in 2007 and founder of the Tunisian Association of Genomics in 2010.He was invited as visiting professor in several worldwide universities and research centers. Professor GHARBI Jawhar is actually the head of the Research Unit UR17ES30 “Virology and Antiviral Strategies” and the USCR-SAG Unit “Genomic sequencing and analysis” at the University of Monastir.
Professor GHARBI is actually the president of the national sectorial commission of Biology and Biotechnology in the DGRU, evaluator of international cooperation projects (PHC-Utique, PHC-Maghreb, CNRS, INSERM…) in the DGRS, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. He is expert at the ANPR for implementation and evaluation of the Mobidoc and Postdoc program.
University:CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology
Dr. Reetu Sharma is working as a principal investigator at CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), Hyderabad, India. Her outstanding academic as well as research experience can be well sought that she graduated from the world’s top-ranked universities/institutes with scholarships/fellowships. She has worked with eminent scientists for more than six years of post-PhD research experience on computational biology, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and metagenomics.
Her ability to conceive, implement the ideas and analyses can be indicated by her publications in peer-reviewed journals as a sole, first, and corresponding author. She has collaborations with topmost universities and is affiliated to reputed professional scientific societies. She contributed to the development of lab facilities through funding sources/ research grants.
In addition, she has delivered the scientific temper through presentations at international conferences. She could be an asset to the institute for maintaining scientific vigor. Research Objective Gaining insight on the fundamentals behind the biological phenomena by employing interdisciplinary approaches in consistence with experimental findings for societal benefit Research Interest Data mining Big data analysis of chemical & biological information Molecular dynamics Machine learning Artificial intelligence Recent Scientific Contributions She elucidated the factors that can affect the thermal stability of proteins.
Her team deciphered how the dynamics of certain non-covalent interactions are indicative of the protein’s thermal stability. In addition, she employs data science-driven approaches to identify the patterns associated with the structural and functional aspects of certain marketed medicines. She categorized the marketed anti-hypertensives based on an unsupervised learning approach and proposed the association of diseases, viz., hypertension with certain health conditions through machine learning approaches.
Her work suggests that hypertension is deeply connected to certain diseases through common genes. Academic Positions Principal Investigator (PI) Mar 2018-present DBT-BioCARe Scientist Research Grant CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad Research Associate Nov 2013-Nov 2016 CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad Research Associate CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad Jul 2013-Nov 2013 Research grants as PI Project titled “Elucidating the factors affecting thermal stability of proteins: Computational study on proteins of industrial significance” (19 March 2018 onwards) at CSIR-IICT. Research grant funded by DBT-BioCARe research grant: INR 5.5 million.
Data mining, Big data, analysis of chemical & biological information, Molecular dynamics, Machine learning Artificial intelligence