Student List

Ms. Srishty Raman
PhD (JRF)

Srishty Raman completed her B. Physiotherapy from PGIMER Chandigarh, India and obtained her M. Sc. in Anatomy from AIIMS New Delhi, India in 2017. During her masters she has worked on investigating the role of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the promoter region of PAI-1 gene, a fibrinolysis inhibitor, in idiopathic cases of avascular necrosis of femur head development. She is currently enrolled as a PhD scholar at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi. Presently, her research work is primarily focused on development of simple and visual detection system for cervical cancer using nano-technological Intervention funded by SERB, GoI.

Title of the Project: "Magnetic Nanoparticles and Quantum Dots Coupled Visual Confirmation of Cervical Cancer Cells from Cytology Sample: A Cost Effective, Quick and Suitable Test for Rural Indian Setup".

Thesis Title: Development of nanoparticles-based detection system for cervical cancer cells from cytology samples

Enrolled for PhD: 31st March 2018

 Join this project: 23 April 2018

Mrs Vandana Rawat
SRF

Brief CV:


Mrs. Vandana Rawat completed her post-graduation in Biotechnology in 2004. She joined Ranbaxy Pvt Ltd.in 2006 worked as a Senior Research Biologist from 2006 to 2010. In 2010, she joined Daiichi Sankyo India Pvt Ltd and worked as Research Scientist from 2010 to January 2017. With over 12 years of professional experience in research and development, she  was involved in novel drug discovery research  against different proteins that play a key role in human diseases like cancer, anti-infective, inflammation and COPD and this has equipped her with a broad range of technical skills. She is currently working as a SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi.


Title of Project: “Fabrication of nano-enabled diagnostic kit and its validation for the detection of Apple Scab”


Presently, her work involves development of a visual nano-biosensor based kit for on-site detection of V. inaequalis.


Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Government of India


Time Period of Project: 05-08-2016 to 04-08-2019


Join Date: October 2017

Sunil Kumar
JRF (CSIR Fellowship)

Sunil Kumar completed his post post-graduation in Life Science from DAVV Indore, India. During his masters he has worked from NIPGR, New Delhi on “Expression analysis of rate limiting enzyme coding genes (HMGR & DXR) of the isoprenoid pathway under drought and salt stress in chickpea”. He is currently working as a CSIR-JRF scholar at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi. Presently, his research work is primarily focused on development of simple and visual detection system for cervical cancer using nanotechnology.

 
Title of the Project: Development of nano-enabled cost-effective diagnostic technology for Cervical Cancer

Join Date: December 2018

Anjali Maurya
JRF (CSIR-NET)

Anjali Maurya completed her B.Sc (H) Biomedical Sciences from Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for women , Delhi University and obtained her M.sc in Biochemistry from department of Biochemistry, South Campus Delhi University. During her masters she has worked on Cloning ,Expression and Characterization of EGFP gene in Tetracycline based system and later on she has joined the CSIR -IGIB as a Project Assistant II in structural biology lab and worked on the Elucidation the molecular basis for highly Specific Recognition of 16SrRNA Nucleotides by Cognate Methyltransferases of M. tuberculosis. She is currently working as a JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOW at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi.

 

Title of Project: Development of quick specific detection system of EWS-FLI1 fusion protein

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Government of India

Time Period of Project: 17-03-2019 to 16-03-2022

Join Date: May 2019

Barkha Gupta
JRF (CSIR NET, DBT JRF)

Barkha Gupta completed her B.Sc (H.) in Biomedical sciences from Shaheed Rajguru college of Applied sciences for women, University of Delhi, India in 2016 and obtained her M.sc in Biosciences from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India in 2018. During her masters, she has worked on investigating the Anti-apoptotic potential of Rutin on cervical cancer cell line HeLa. She is currently working as JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOW at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi. Presently, her research work is primarily focused on development of specific and visual detection system for Ewing’s sarcoma.

Title of the Project: Development of Quick and Specific Detection System of EWS-FLI-1 Fusion Protein. 

Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Government of India

Time Period of Project: 17-03-2019 to 16-03-2022

Join date: 18 June 2019

Sunilkumar Chaudhari
CSIR JRF

Sunilkumar Chaudhari completed his Post-graduation in Biotechnology from WBUT Kolkata, India. During his Masters, he had worked on Interaction of flavonols with human serum albumin: a biophysical study showing structure-activity relationship and enhancement when coated on silver nanoparticles. He is currently working as a CSIR-JRF scholar at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi.
 
Title of the Project: Development of Nano-drug Delivery system for Brimonidine for treatment of open angle glaucoma with lower dose, higher efficacy and prolonged action.

 
Join Date: 03 January 2019

Dr. Kishore Sesham
PhD (MD, SR)

Dr. Kishore Sesham has completed his MD Anatomy from AIIMS New Delhi, India in 2017. During his MD, he has worked on detecting and quantifying the tumor markers for early detection of human gallbladder cancer using histopathology, immunohistochemistry, western blot and stereology principles. He is currently enrolled as a PhD scholar at Nanotechnology Lab, Electron Microscopy Facility, Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi. Presently, his research work is primarily focused to develop a rapid cost effective method to detect BK virus in post-renal transplant individuals. This project is funded by ICMR.

Title of the Project: "Designing of rapid and cost-effective Nano-LAMP based detection of BK virus from serum and urine samples of post-renal transplant patients"

Thesis Title: A study to develop nano-LAMP based detection for BK virus in post-renal transplant individuals
Enrolled for PhD: 12th November 2018.