Organizing Committee


Prof. Pierre Guertin

Department of  Psychiatrie

University of  Laval, Québec City, Canada.

Biography:

Dr. Guertin has 27 years of experience in spinal cord research and 15 years of experience in science leadership. He was President and CEO of NeuroSpina Therapeutics between 2005 and 2008 and Chief Scientific Officer of Eurymedon HealthCare during the same period. Over the years, he has obtained 4.6 million dollars in financing from not-for-profit public agencies and private foundations to conduct fundamental research in rodents, drug development and clinical studies. He has developed a cutting-edge expertise in spinal cord injury and aging, metabolic problems, urogenital and bowel problems, and musculoskeletal and skin degradation. In addition to his current position as President and CEO of Nordic Life Science Pipeline, he holds also positions as Full Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Neurosciences at Université Laval (2001 - present) and as of Director/Principal Investigator of the Spinal Cord Injury and Functional Recovery Laboratory (2002 - present) based in Québec City (Laval University Medical Center – CHU de Québec). As a leading scientist, he is author and co-author of more than 100 publications (articles, reviews, book chapters, patents, etc.) since 1990. He acts also as editorial board member, referee and reviewer for several biomedical journals and North American granting agencies such as CIHR, NSERC, FRSQ, and CDMRP.

Research Interest:

 Prof. Dr. Guertin has been exploring for 30 years the physiology of motor control and movement. He spent 27 years specifically studying the neurological system and 15 years in science leadership positions as academic laboratory director and executive (CEO, CSO, COO) for several biopharmaceutical companies. He developed a cutting-edge expertise in spinal cord injury, aging, metabolic, urogenital, bowel, musculoskeletal and skin problems. As an inventor and serial entrepreneur, he is passionate about preclinical, clinical and business development, from bench-to-bedside, of first-in-class medicines for people with paralysis and mobility impairment due to disease or aging. His extensive hands-on multidisciplinary experience in drug discovery and development shall also serve other key players of that ecosystem such as venture capital firms, investment banks, tech-transfer organizations, patent firms and biopharmaceutical companies towards his main goal - that is improving healthcare worldwide through approval of new gold-standard medicines for significant unmet medical needs.


Prof. Saleh Thaker Mahmoud

Department of Physics

University of UAE ,UAE.

Education:

Ph.D, Laser-Plasma Intercations in Physics, IIT-Delhi, 2002

MSc, Laser Technology in Physics, Univ. of Technology-Baghdad, 1992

BSc, General Physics in Physics, Al Mustansiriyah University, 1987

Research Interest:

Condensed Matter (Phase-Change Materials)

Nanoclusters and Nano-Particles properties

Waves and Instabilities in laser Plasmas

Recent Publications:

(2016). "Novel selective H2S sensor based on organic polymers and CuO nanoparticles." Co-Authors:Ahmad I. Ayesh, Ayah F. S. Abu-Hani, Saleh T. Mahmoud, Yousef Haik . Sensors and Actuators B. 231, 593.

(2015). "Higher-order paraxial theory of the propagation of ring rippled laser beam in plasma: relativistic ponderomotive regime." Co-Authors:G. Purohit, P. Rawat, P. Chauhan and Saleh T Mahmoud. Physics of Plasmas (AIP). 22, 116.

(2014). "35. Effect of indium doping on the properties of Ge-Sb phase change alloy." Co-Authors:Saleh T. Mahmoud, N. Qamhieh and A. Ayesh. Physica Status Solidi A.

(2012). "30. Synthesis and Properties of Phase-Change Ge-Sb Nanoparticles." Co-Authors:Saleh T. Mahmoud, A. I. Ayesh, N. Qamhieh and S. Ahmad. J. Applied Physics.

(2011).&nbsp;<em>&quot;24. Size-controlled Pd nanocluster grown by plasma gas-condensation method.&quot;</em>&nbsp;Co-Authors:A. Ayesh, Saleh T. Mahmoud, N. Qamhieh, and H. Ghamlouche. J. Nanoparticle Research .


Prof. Yasuhiko Arakawa

Department of  Electronic Engineering

University of Tokyo,Tokyo.

Prof. Yasuhiko Arakawa joined Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), University of Tokyo in 1980, and has been a professor of the Institute since 1993. He has also been working at Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo as a professor since 1999. His resarch fields are in physics and engineering of quantum nano-device.

Quantum dot is a nanostructure proposed by Y. Arakawa in 1982. Since then, the quantum dot has established a research field in semiconductor physics as well as device application such as lasers, quantum information devices, and solar cells. We investigate an ultimate light-matter interaction including cavity quantum electrodynamics based on quantum dots and photonic crystal, developing advanced quantum nanodevices. Active students with interest in a wide range from science to engineering are highly welcome.


Prof. Jyh-Ping Chen

Department of Bioengineering Laboratory, 

University of Taiyuan , Taiwan.

 

Research Fields and Expertise:

1. Biomaterials

2. Tissue Engineering

3. Nanomedicine

4. Drug and Gene Delivery

5. Biomedical Nanotechnology

6. Biochemical Engineering

C.H. Chen, M.Y. Lee, V.B.H. Shyu, Y.C. Chen, C.T. Chen,&nbsp;J.P. Chen*. 2014. Surface modification of polycaprolactone scaffolds fabricated via selective laser sintering for cartilage tissue engineering. Materials Science &amp; Engineering C-Materials for Biological Applications, 40, 389-397.

G.J. Lai, K.T. Shalumon, S.H. Chen,&nbsp;J.P. Chen*. 2014. Composite chitosan/silk fibroin nanofibers for modulation of osteogenic differentiation and proliferation of human mesenchymal stem cells. Carbohrdrate Polymers, 111, 288&ndash;297.Y.J. Lu, C.W. Lin, H.W. Yang, K.J. Lin, S.P. Wey, C.L. Sun, K.C. Wei, T.C. Yen, C.I. Lin, C.C.M. Ma,&nbsp;J.P. Chen*. 2014. Biodistribution of PEGylated graphene oxide nanoribbons and their application in cancer chemo-photothermal therapy. Carbon, 74, 83-95.

C.H. Chen, J.M.J. Liu, C.K. Chua, S.M. Chou, V.B.H. Shyu,&nbsp;J.P. Chen*. 2014. Cartilage tissue engineering with silk fibroin scaffolds fabricated by indirect additive manufacturing technology. Materials, 7, 2104-2119.


Prof. Norma A.R Vazquez

Technological Institute of Aguascalientes (ITA)

Madero City, Mexico.

Research Areas:

Synthesis and characterization of: Polymers, Bio-polymers, IPN´s, Hydrogels,

Composites, Lignocelluloses materials.

Modelling and simulation.

Nanotechnology.

Controlled drug delivery systems. In particular, skin, diabetes mellitus, antifungical.

Design and preparation of oral solid (tablets and capsules) dosage forms.

Analysis of drugs in pure forms, formulations and biological matrices.

Bioadhesive drug delivery systems, especially hydrogels.

International Congress:

1) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Absorption process of

glibenclamide/metformin in Chitosan/Graphene nanocomposites: A theoretical study.

Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

2) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Computational chemistry applied of

absorption of Insuline in Chitosan/Genipin nanohydrogels. Philadelphia, USA. 14-15

Jul. 2016.

3) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Analysis of structural properties in the

absorption of metformin and glibenclamide in IPN´s using computational chemistry

(PM6 model). Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

4) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Temperature effect in

Polyurethane/Graphene/PMMA nanocomposites using Quantum Molecular and Monte

Carlo for design of new prothesis. Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

5) 18° International Conference of Functional Foods Center, Functional and Medical

Foods for Chronic Diseases: Biactive Compounds and Biomarkers. Theme: Absorption

Process of Glibenclamide in Chitosan/Genipin Hydrogels: Analysis Applied Molecular

Simulation. Harvard Medical School. Boston, USA. 15-16 Sep. 2015.

Research Projects:

1. Adsorption of drugs in nano-hydrogels treatments for skin cancer using quantum and

molecular models [2016-2017].

2. Analysis and molecular characterization of organic materials for application in solar

cells [2015-2016].


Dr. Mohammed Zourob

Department of Biosensors,

University of Alfaisal, Riyadh ,KSA.

Research & Areas:

Synthesis and characterization of: Polymers, Bio-polymers, IPN´s, Hydrogels,

Composites, Lignocelluloses materials.

Modelling and simulation.

Nanotechnology.

Controlled drug delivery systems. In particular, skin, diabetes mellitus, antifungical.

Design and preparation of oral solid (tablets and capsules) dosage forms.

Analysis of drugs in pure forms, formulations and biological matrices.

Bioadhesive drug delivery systems, especially hydrogels.

International Congress:

1) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Absorption process of

glibenclamide/metformin in Chitosan/Graphene nanocomposites: A theoretical study.

Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

2) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Computational chemistry applied of

absorption of Insuline in Chitosan/Genipin nanohydrogels. Philadelphia, USA. 14-15

Jul. 2016.

3) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Analysis of structural properties in the

absorption of metformin and glibenclamide in IPN´s using computational chemistry

(PM6 model). Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

4) International Pharmacy Conference. Theme: Temperature effect in

Polyurethane/Graphene/PMMA nanocomposites using Quantum Molecular and Monte

Carlo for design of new prothesis. Philadelphia, USA. 14-15 Jul. 2016.

5) 18° International Conference of Functional Foods Center, Functional and Medical

Foods for Chronic Diseases: Biactive Compounds and Biomarkers. Theme: Absorption

Process of Glibenclamide in Chitosan/Genipin Hydrogels: Analysis Applied Molecular

Simulation. Harvard Medical School. Boston, USA. 15-16 Sep. 2015.

Research Projects:

1. Adsorption of drugs in nano-hydrogels treatments for skin cancer using quantum and

molecular models [2016-2017].

2. Analysis and molecular characterization of organic materials for application in solar

cells [2015-2016].

Mohammed Zourob has BSc and MSc in Chemistry in 1997 and 1999 respectively. He got his Ph.D from the Department of Instrumentation and Analytical Science (DIAS) at the University of Manchester in 2003. He did a postdoctoral scientist at DIAS, working in chemical/biosensors and lab-on-a-chip for biomedical and environmental applications. Then he moved for one year to the Department of Materials Science, University of Manchester, to work on developing high-throughput screening platforms for "Omics" applications. At the end of 2005, he moved to the Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, where his research focused on optical sensing and biomemetic materials.

Dr. Zourob headed the biosensors division at Biophage Inc, a biotech company based in Montreal. In 2009 he joined GDG Environment Ltd as Director of R&D. In 2010 he joint INRS-University of Quebec as associate professor and then he moved to Cranfield University-UK. Now Dr Zourob is holding professor position Alfaisal University-KSA. Prof. Zourob now is leading the Biosensors BioMEMS and Bionanotechnology Lab (BBBL). At anytime the BBBL has minimum 20 graduate students and researchers working in various projects related to security, food, biomedical and environmental applications.

Dr. Zourob has published many scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, more than thirteen book chapters. He edited 6 reference books in chemical/biosensors, microarray sand lab on a chip.

His current theme of research focusing on developing:

Novel diagnostic tools.

Highly specific recognition receptors for diagnostic and imaging applications.

Lab on a chip system, leading to next generation sensing devices for biomedical and environmental applications.


Prof. Sadek khalifa Shakshooki

Department of Chemistry

University of Tripoli, Tripoli, Libya.

Current Interest:

On inorganic&ndash;organic polymers nanocomposite membranes, Preparation of new nanomaterials, Inorganic membrane-membrane composites of tetravalent metal phosphates, Pillared compounds, Ionic conductance , Intercalation, Preparation of novel inorganic ionexchangers of tetravalent metal phosphates (TVMP), Novel Polymerization methods for monomers Indole , Benzimidazole, Aniline (and others) using tetravalent metal phosphates fibrous nanomembranes. Novel methods for polymerization to obtain conducting organic polymers.


Prof. Soon Hyung Hong

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

University of Taejon, Korea.

Research Topics

Processing and Characterization of Composite Materials : Fabrication Processes and Properties of Composite Materials, Relationships between Microstructure and Properties of Composite Materials, Structure and Properties of Interfaces in Composite Materials, Prediction and Modeling of Properties in Composite Materials.

Mechanical Behavior and Microstructure of Bulk and Thin Film Materials : Mechanical Behavior of Composite Materials, Mechanical Behavior of Microelectronic Thin Films, Mechanical Properties of High Temperature Alloys, Superplasticity in Alloys and Ceramics, Relationship between Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Bulk and Thin Film Materials.


Prof. N.K.Jain,
Emeritus Fellow (U.G.C.),School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, India.

Glycodendrimeric nanoparticulate carriers of primaquine phosphate for liver targeting

In the present study it was intended to deliver primaquine phosphate (PP), a liver schizonticide directly to liver cells using polypropyleneimine (PPI) dendrimers-coated peripherally with galactose. PPI dendrimers were synthesized by consecutive Michael double addition reaction (using ethyelenediamine as core), followed by hydrogenation reaction. Galactose conjugation was carried out by ring opening reactions, followed by Schiff's reaction and reduction to secondary amine in sodium acetate buffer (pH 4.0). IR, NMR, MASS spectroscopy were used for the confirmation of synthesis of uncoated and coated dendrimers. The formulations were made by equilibrium dialysis of dendrimers with the solution of PP. Then the formulations were characterized by TEM for size and shape. Release rate, hemolytic toxicity; bio-distribution and blood level studies were also performed on lyophilized formulations. The results obtained indicated that galactose coating of PPI systems increases the drug entrapment efficiency by 5–15 times depending upon generations. Galactose coating prolonged release up to 5–6 days as compared to 1–2 days for uncoated PPI systems. The hemolytic toxicity, blood level and hematological studies proved these systems to be safer and suitable for sustained drug delivery. Blood level studies proved the suitability of the systems for the prolonged circulations and delivery of PP to liver. The galactose coating of PPI dendrimers can therefore make the PPI systems more effective and suitable for targeted delivery of Primaquine phosphate to liver.


Prof. Biswajit Mukherjee

Department of Pharmaceutical Technology

University Of Jabalpur , India.

Field of Specialization:

Pharmaceutics,Biopharmaceutics &amp; Pharmacokinetics, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Hepatocarcinogenesis &amp; chemoprevention, Antisense Technology, Diabetes and Cancer correlation, Nanotechnology, Transdermal drug delivery systems, Liposomal drug delivery system, Dental formulations.

Research Area:

Formulations development-Nanoparticles,Nanoliposomes, Transdermal formulation, Dental formulation etc.&nbsp;Hepatocarcinogenesis &amp; chemoprevention Antisense Technology, Chemoprevention by gene manipulation and gene delivery.


Prof. P D Sahare

Department of Physics & Astrophysics

University of Delhi, India.

Areas of Interest / Specialization:

Experimental: Spectroscopy, Luminescence, Radiation dosimetry, Laser materials, Detectors and optical sensors.

Subjects Taught:

Experimental Methods in Physics, Electronics, Atoms and Molecules, Optics, Lasers, Nuclear Physics.

Publications Profile:

1. Books/Monographs (Authored/Edited) One book entitled &ldquo;TLD Nanophosphors: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications&rdquo; under review and publication Nanotechnology and Laser Induced Plasma, Proceedings, IRNANO-2009. Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, Eds. A. Tiwari and P. D. Sahare, VBRI Press,2011, ISBN: 978-81-920068-3-3.


Prof. Namrata Pathak

Department of Science & Technology

Director / Scientist-F at Technology Missions Division, India.

Dr. Namrata Pathak is presently serving as Director/ Scientist-F in Department of Science & Technology (DST), Ministry of Science & Technology, GoI and looks after Nano Mission Cell (under Technology Missions Division), New Delhi, India.

Dr Pathak holds a PhD in Environment and Biomass from IIT’ Delhi. Prior to this, she acquired M.Sc Biosciences (I Position) from Jamia Millia Islamia University, and Bachelor's in Biology (II Position) from University of Delhi. At the University of Siegen, Germany, Dr Pathak carried our post-doctoral research in Biochemistry.

Dr. Pathak had been advisor to AQUAEST Europe, The Netherlands, New Delhi where she provided Technical inputs, Marketing and Promotional Activities for AquaEst AEE products.

Research Interest:

Nano Sciences (esp. Nano Biotechnology, Standards & regulation of Nano Science), Rainwater Harvesting- Health & Quality Issues, Mycorrhizal Research (AMF) - Invasive weed species (Lantana camara),), Biomass Based Technologies & Application etc. She has contributed several results to knowledge with over 60 publications in different outlets and also possesses extensive International academic exposure.

Dr. Pathak has been recipient of many honors/awards e.g. Community service award instituted by Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi which was in recognition of display of sensitivity to social problems. She has been very active in co-curricular activities e.g. SPIC-Macay, a regular in the IIT Convocation choir, dance, sports (badminton), editor to wall magazine (IIT’ Delhi), poster making, debates, poem writing & recitation (in DST, 2016), etc.


Prof. Ram Kumar Thapa

Department  of  Physics

University of  Aizawl, India.

Subject of Specialization:

Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics related to Photoemission and Photofield emission calculations, Study of Energy Band Structures, Density of States, Optical and Thermoelectric Properties in solids, Half matels , Semiconductors, Skutterdites and Ferroelectrics.

Research Experiences :

Collaborated with Prof. R. A. Lal, Department of Chemistry, NEHU, Shillong in the conductivity measurements of copper complexes and organometallic compounds.

Worked for Ph. D. degree in the field of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics related to Photoemission Calculations from surface and bulk of solids under the supervision of Dr. N. Kar, Department of Physics, North Bengal University, Darjeeling (W.B.)

Research Activities :

Photoemission calculations from the surface and the bulk regions of metals.

Photofield emission calculations from the surface and the bulk regions of metals.

Band structure calculations by using FP-LAPW (WIEN2k code) and KKR methods

Calculations of photofield emissions from the metals by using the projector operator method of group theory.


Prof. Prem Pal

Department of Physics

Indian Institute of Technology , India.

Research Interests:

MEMS/Microelectronics technology, Solar Cell, MEMS-based sensors, Polymer MEMS,Thin films for MEMS, In-situ observation of semiconductor processes.

International Conferences:

S.S Singh, Prem Pal, A.K. Pandey, "Frequency and Pull-in Analysis of Non-Uniform MEMS Cantilever Beams", 18th International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD-2015), IISc, Bangalore, India, Dec. 7-10, 2015.

A. Ashok and Prem Pal, “Optimization and Investigation of Room Temperature Synthesized Silicon Dioxide Thin Films for MEMS and Silicon Surface Texturing”, 18th International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD-2015), IISc, Bangalore, India, Dec. 7-10, 2015.

Research Achievements:

A novel process for the fabrication of perfect convex corners for MEMS structures using bulk micromachining technology.

A technique to fabricate microstructures inside anisotropically etched cavities in silicon wafer (i.e. recessed microstructures in silicon wafer).

The design and development of MEMS components with reduced stress at the sharp corners using complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) process compatible silicon wet anisotropic etchants.

A novel fabrication method for the formation of different kinds of freestanding conventional (e.g. cantilever beams, diaphragms, etc) and unconventional (various shapes channels, sharp convex and rounded concave corner structures, etc) silicon structures for MEMS-based devices using standard semiconductor processes.

In-situ detection of orientation dependent adsorption of surfactant molecules during etching process. (Selected as prominent research work in Nagoya University in year 2010)

Novel fabrication methods for the realization of complex 3D structures using two-step wet etching and local oxidation of silicon (LOCOS) processes.


Prof. R. C. Ramola

Department of Physics

University of Garhwali, India.

Research Fellow:

October 1985 - April 1989: under the Council of Scientific andIndustrial Research, New Delhi, India. Research work carried out at GuruNanak Dev University, Amritsar, India. During this tenure, extensive field workhas been carried out in Hamirpur, Una andBarsar areas of Himachal Pradeshfor uranium exploration and environmental protection. This work has been recognized widely at national and international levels by number ofpublications in reputed scientific journals.

Post Doctoral Fellow:

1. May 1989 - November 1990: Under Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India, New Delhi. Research work carried out at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India. Major thrust of work was on earthquake prediction studies using nuclear techniques in Dharamshal and Kangra area of Himachal Pradesh. A new model was proposed on the behaviour of radon gas for prediction of magnitude of an impending earthquake.

Fields Of Specialization:

 1. Nuclear Physics/Nuclear Geophysics 2. Radiation Protection in Environment 3. Material Science Brief Description Of Research Work: I was initially trained as a radiation physicist with special emphasis onenvironmental radiation protection during my Ph.D. work. My main focus of 5research has been the study of radon for uranium exploration, earthquakeprediction and environmental pollution. Under radiation protection programme, Ihave carried out extensive survey in Indoor and outdoor environments in order to find out the effects of radiation to the general public. During my research career of about three decades, I have done extensive work on these topics in the Himalayan region using various nuclear techniques. I have developed a number of national and international collaborations in this study and have also extended my work in high background radiation area in south east India with a mission to contribute missing Asian data for United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR) to develop new guidelines on radiation effects to the public. In addition to my work in India, I have got training in various leading research laboratories in Japan and Europe. Another major thrust of my study is the effects of ionizing radiation on polymers and semiconductor materials to characterize them in high radiation environment for the use in various nucleus and space applications. The findings of my work have been published in reputed National and International scientific journals and have also been presented in many national and international forums. Presently I am working as the Director of Swami Ramtirth Campus of H.N.B. Garhwal University at Tehri Garhwal.

 Organisation Of National/International Symposium/Workshop

 Member Scientific Committee of Fifth International Geo-Hazards Research Symposium, Taipei, Taiwan, October 17-20, 2016. Member, Scientific Committee, Ninth International Symposium on the Natural Radiation Environment, Hirosaki, Japan, September 23-26, 2014. Chairman of National Symposium on Mind, Matter and Mathematics: A Dialogue, H.N.B. Garhwal University, Badshahi Thaul Campus, Tehri, March 12-14, 2014. List of Publications: Measurement of indoor radon concentration using LR-115 plastic track detector. R.C.Ramola, M.Singh, S.Singh & H.S.Virk. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. 25 (1987)127-129. Efficiency of radon detector LR-115. R.C.Ramola, M.Singh, S.Singh & H.S.Virk. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. 25 (1987) 235-236. The study of radon diffusion in air and soil. M.Singh, R.C.Ramola, N.P.Singh, S.Singh & H.S.Virk. Proc. 5th National Seminar on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors, Calcutta , (1987) pp. 134-140.


Dr. Jagriti Narang

Department of Biochemistry

M.D. University, India.

Book Published:

1. Edited and Authored by Dr. Jagriti Narang and Prof. C. S.Pundir&nbsp; Title: Biosensors: An Introductory Textbook (Pan Stanford publishing, distributor: Taylor and Francis group) vide ISBN-10: 9814745944 ISBN-13: 978-9814745949 (Invited for Edition)

2. Edited and Authored by Dr. Jagriti Narang and Prof. C. S.Pundir&nbsp; Title: Biosensors: An Introductory Textbook Handbook for carbon nanotubes and its application (Bentham publisher).

3. In Vitro Studies on Mass Multiplication in Stevia Rebaudiana ( Bertoni ) Hemsl. 200

Techniques Handled:

Basic Molecular Biology Techniques like DNA &amp; RNA isolation from different cancerous tissue, electrophoresis techniques, PCR etc.

In vitro plant tissue culture techniques and media preparation.

Purification and characterization of enzymes from different sources

SDS-Pageand Native Page for protein separation.

Quantitative and qualitative estimations of proteins and nucleic acids through various methods.

Immobilization of Enzymes with various techniques like covalent coupling, electrostatic interactions etc.

Cyclic Voltammetry, Chronoamperometry, Electrode preparation, Electrochemical techniques, Impedance Study, FTIR Spectroscopy, Silver staining, Chromatographic techniques, Spectrophotometery, Centrifugation and pH metery.

Preparation of biosensors for various clinical and environmental applications.

Works on Bioinformatics web tools.

Editorial Board Member of three international journal :

Awarded as one of the top 10 percentage of the researchers contributing to the peer review process&nbsp; by sentinal of science awards

Guest editor of&nbsp; Current nanomedicine (Bentham science Publisher) and&nbsp; Sensors and Transducers.