Expertise of scientist

Sl. No. Name Designation Expertise
1. Dr Alok K Pandey Sr. Scientist
  • 1. Nanomaterial Toxicology
  • 2. Genetic Toxicology
  • 3. Flow cytometry
2. Dr D K Patel Scientist
  • 1.Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), Nitro-PAHs, Pesticides (OC, OP, Carbamates and Pyrethroids), Antibiotics, Personal care products, Endocrine disruptors and heavy metals in environmental and biological matrices
  • 2. Development of microextraction techniques for organics in different matrices
3. Dr N Manickam Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Bioremediation of Persistent Toxicants
  • 2. Molecular Cloning, Gene Expression and Protein Engineering
  • 3. Environmental Metagenomics / Whole genome sequencing
  • 4. Microarray development and application
  • 5. River water quality assessments/Microbial Diversity
  • 6. Biosafety assessments of GM crops
4. Dr Pradeep Kumar Sharma Scientist
  • 1. Cancer biology
  • 2. Molecular aspects of cell death
  • 3. ROS signaling
  • 4. Endocrine Disruption
5. Dr Ravi Ram Kristipati Senior Scientist
  • 1. Drosophila based reproductive toxicity assays
  • 2. Generation of Drosophila Transgenics
  • 3. Microinjetion based delivery of DNA into Drosophila embryos
6. Dr Aruna Satish Scientist
  • 1. Ecotoxicity assessment employing Caenorhabditis elegans
  • 2. C. elegans based nanotoxicity assessment
  • 3. C. elegans based chemical screen for potential modulators of aging
7. Dr Rajnish Kumar Chaturvedi Senior Scientist
  • 1. Model of Neurodegenerative disorders(Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Disease Preparation)
  • 2. Neuroprotection
  • 3. Neurotoxicity Assessment
  • 4. Neural Stem Cell/Neuron/Glia culture
  • 5. Immunohistochemistry/Immunocytochemistry
8. Dr Neeraj Kumar Satija Scientist
  • 1. Hematopoietic stem cell isolation, culture, characterization, differentiation
  • 2. Hematotoxicity
  • 3. Mesenchymal stem cell isolation, characterization, culture
  • 4. Osteoblast differentiation & Osteotoxicity
9. Dr Somendu K. Roy Scientist
  • 1. Microextraction and analysis of contaminants (mycotoxins, PAH etc)
  • 2. ω-3 and ω-6 fatty acid analysis
  • 3. Analysis of mercury and arsenic in water
10. Dr Sheelendra Pratap Singh Scientist
  • 1. ADME studies using in-vitro and in-vivo test systems
  • 2. Bioanalytical/analytical method development and validation using LC-MS/MS, UPLC and GC-MS/MS procedure in place for quantitative bioanalysis)
  • 3. In-vitro to in-vivo extrapolation (IVIVE) for prediction of human pharmacokinetics
  • 4. Herb-drug, drug-drug and pesticide-drug interaction studies using in-vitro and in-vivo prediction in humans
11. Dr D C Purohit Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Management of animal Facility as per GLP requirement
  • 2. Animal Ethics
  • 3. Animal Welfare
  • 4. Treatment of animals
12. Dr Premendra D Dwivedi Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Food Contaminants
  • 2. Safety of Genetically Modified Crops
  • 3. Nano-material Toxicity
  • 4. Tumour Immunology and Immunotherapy
13. Dr Debabrata Ghosh Scientist
  • 1. Cell culture
  • 2. Multiplexing for cytokines and chemokines
14. Dr Nasreen Ghazi Ansari Scientist
  • 1. Sample preparation and analysis of metals and organics in environmental and biological matrices
  • 2. Development of carrier for natural product nanocarbon for waste water remediation
  • 3. Slow release preparation for the soil applied herbicide to reduce its application rate for weed control
  • 4. Soil enzyme method miniaturization for estimation of soil health
15. Dr Preeti Chaturvedi Scientist
  • 1. Microbiological testing of water samples as per APHA, BIS
  • 2. Identification of bacteria up to species level
  • 3. Molecular and microbiological analysis of bacterial contaminants in food, water and air samples
  • 4. Acute fish toxicity assay
16. Dr Anbumani Sadasivam Scientist
  • 1. Ecotoxicity studies in model systems like earthworm, fish, and daphnia
  • 2. Evaluation of the impact of xenobiotics in model systems like earthworm and fish using cytogenetic and molecular approaches
  • 3. Animal Welfare
  • 4. Treatment of animals
17. Er A H Khan Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Environmental |Impact Assessment
  • 2. Environmental monitoring studies of industries
  • 3. Environmental Audit
  • 4. Urban Air Pollution
  • 5. Indoor Air Pollution
18. Dr S C Barman Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Air Pollution (ambient and industrial pollution)
  • 2. Environmental Audit
  • 3. EIA studies
19. Dr Smriti Priya Scientist
  • 1. Protein purification
  • 2. Protein folding and chaperone biology
  • 3. Enzyme kinetics
20. Dr V P Sharma Sr. Principal Scientist
  • 1. Plastics and Polymeric Products – Suitability Evaluation from toxicological perspective
  • 2. Safety evaluation of Polyelectrolytes- Water Treatment Chemicals
  • 3. Safety evaluation of Plastic Biomedical Devices (for selected parameters)
21. Dr Jyotsna Singh Scientist
  • 1. Inhalation toxicity studies
  • 2. Airway Resistance Analysis in Mice using nose only plethysmograph (In COPD Model)
  • 3. Alpha-glucosidase and DPP-IV Inhibitory potential
  • 4. Antidiabetic Potential of herbal extract/ chemical entity/drug in STZ induced diabetic rat modal
22. Dr Kausar Mahmood Scientist
  • 1. Chemical carcinogenesis/Molecular Toxicology
  • 2. Experience in animal handling and usage
  • 3. Tissue Culture
23. Dr Abhay Raj Scientist
  • 1. Microbial biodegradation of industrial wastewaters
  • 2. Microbial quality analysis of water, air and soil sample
  • 3. Protein/enzyme purification
  • 4. Phytotoxicity/genotoxicity assessment of industrial wastewater
  • 5. Basic molecular biology
24. Dr Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay Senior Scientist
  • 1. In vitro toxicity on brain cells
  • 2. In vivo toxic effects on brain
  • 3. Identifying compounds targeting Alzheimer’s Disease like pathology in the brain (in vivo)
  • 4. Identifying compounds targeting Alzheimer’s Disease like pathology in the brain cells (in vitro)
25. Dr Amit Kumar Senior Scientist
  • Molecular and cell biology, in particular on molecular mechanisms of genome integrity maintenance (DNA damage response) and cell cycle regulation, and impairment of these cascades in human diseases, cancer in particular
26. Dr Chetna Singh Principal Scientist
  • 1. Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology
  • 2. Neurobiology of toxicant-induced Parkinson’s disease
27. Dr Mahadeo Kumar Scientist
  • 1. Regulatory toxicological studies following OECD guideline
  • 2. Genetic monitoring of mouse strains using molecular markers
  • 3. Management and supervision of laboratoryanimal facility
  • 4. Biochemical analysis of Serum/Plasma
  • 5. Study Director in GLP studies
28. Dr M P Singh Principal Scientist
  • 1. Biochemical and Molecular Toxicology
  • 2. Neurobiology of Toxicant-Induced Parkinson’s disease
29. Dr Vikas Srivastava Scientist
  • 1.In vitro and Animal models for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD, Folic acid Fibrosis)
  • 2. Multiplex assay system (Luminex, MAGPIX) for assessment of disease pathogens, cytokines, chemokines, growth factors
  • 3. Evaluation of anticancer activity in colon, kidney and skin cancer systems
  • 4. Wound healing efficacy of compounds and biological extracts
30. Dr Anurag Tripathi Scientist
  • 1. Monitoring of food additives, contaminants and adulterants
  • 2. Organ specific and immunotoxicity related to compounds present in food commodities
  • 3. Nanomaterial immunotoxicity
  • 4. Skin carcinogenicity and its prevention
31. Dr R Raja Gopal Senior Scientist
  • 1. Synthesis of Gold/Silver Nanocrystals
  • 2. Synthesis of Anisotropic Nanostructures
  • 3. PEGylation of Gold Nanoparticles
  • 4. Surfactant capping of nanoparticles
32. Dr G C Kisku Senior Principal Scientist
  • 1. Air, water and Noise Pollution
  • 2. Environmental impact assessment and management planning
  • 3. Environmental audit
  • 4. Waste water treatment
33. Dr D Kar Chowdhuri Chief Scientist
  • 1. Stress Biology
  • 2. Genetic Toxicology
  • 3. Transgenesis
  • 4. Molecular Toxicology
  • 5. Alternative to Animals Toxicology
34. Dr Sanjay Yadav Scientist
  • 1. In vitro, neuro and developmental toxicology
  • 2. Micro RNA biology
  • 3. Cytochrome P450s
  • 4. Expression Studies, cloning, cancer (EMT)
35. Dr Satyakam Patnaik Scientist
  • 1. Chemical synthesis and modification of bio-mimic materials
  • 2. Nanoparticle synthesis (both metallic and polymeric) and their physico-chemical characterization
  • 3. Water decontamination technologies
36. Dr Poonam Kakkar Chief Scientist
  • 1. Molecular mechanisms involved in hepatotoxicity and its amelioration by phytochemicals
  • 2. Redox signaling in hyperglycemia and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease induced toxicity
  • 3. Herbal safety and efficacy
  • 4. Regulatory Toxicology
  • 5. Management of GLP Test Facility
37. Dr C Kesavachandran Principal Scientist
  • 1. Environmental Epidemiology
  • 2. Occupational Epidemiology
38. Dr Dhirendra Singh Senior Scientist
  • 1. Laboratory Animal House
  • 2. Histopathology evaluation
  • 3. Regulatory toxicology
  • 4. Teratology
39. Dr Manoj Kumar Scientist
  • 1. Membrane protein Expression
  • 2. Membrane protein Purification
  • 3. Fungal Identification using classical and molecular techniques
  • 4. Characterization of toxigenic fungi and their toxigenesis
40. Professor Alok Dhawan Director
  • 1. Alternate to animal models in toxicology
  • 2. Genetic toxicology
  • 3. Nanomaterial toxicology
  • 4. In silico toxicology
41. Dr K C Khulbe Senior Principal Scientist
  • 1. Intellectual property rights
  • 2. Technology development & transfer
42. Dr Akshay Dwarakanath Principal Scientist
  • 1. Toxicology Studies to meet requirements of different regulatory agencies/statutory bodies
  • 2. OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practices
  • 3. Telemetry Studies and Ophthalmoscopy examination in Beagle Dogs (performed inprevious organization)
43. Dr Vinay Kumar Khanna Principal Scientist
  • 1. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of neurotoxicity of environmental chemicals
  • 2. Development of biomarkers for neurotoxicity and strategies to protect chemical induced neurodegeneration
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