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Extended NCR 33rd Milestone, Aligarh-Mathura Highway, Beswan,
P.O. Box: Aligarh
Aligarh
Uttar Pradesh
202145
India

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Mangalayatan University has some of the most talented and dedicated thought leaders in the country who come from the best institutions around the world. Not only are they academically and professionally amongst the best, but have high standards of moral and ethical values, so that they can be true role models.

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Dr. Nishi Sharma

Ph.D. (PU, Chandigarh); M.Sc. (PBIU, Patiala); B.Sc. (PU, Chandigarh); NET (CSIR); GATE
Assistant Professor-II

Department of Biotechnology & Life Sciences Institute of Biomedical Education & Research Mangalayatan University
Mangalayatan University,
Aligarh (U.P), India

Contact

Mobile : +91 9412483784, 0571-2760336
Email : nishi.sharma@magalayatan.edu.in

Experience

20 years

Current Courses Taught

  • Immunology
  • Stem Cell In Health
  • Molecular Diagnostics
  • Industrial Biotechnology
  • Biophysics & Bioanalytical Techniques
  • Advance Microbial Technology
  • Molecular Biology
  • Stem Cell In Health

Research Interests

Her research interests include Molecular genetics, phytochemistry & immunodiagnostics.

Publications

 Research papers in Peer Reviewed Journals

  •  Sobti R. C.,  Maithil N,  Thakur H, Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2010). VEGF and IL-4 gene variability and its association with the risk of coronary heart disease in north Indian population. Mol Cell Biochem. 341(1-2):139-48. (Impact Factor-2.6)
  • Sobti R. C.,  Maithil N,  Thakur H, Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2010). Association of ACE and FACTOR VII gene variability with the risk of coronary heart disease in North Indian population. Mol Cell Biochem. 341(1-2):87-98. (Impact Factor-2.6)
  • Gupta A.D. , Bansal V.K., Babu V , Maithil N. (2013) Chemistry, antioxidant and antimicrobial potential of nutmeg (Myristica fragrans Houtt) Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. 11, 25–31. (Impact Factor- 1.8)
  • Panchal P.K., Sharma N, Singh K. (2016) Antibacterial effect of aerial plant of Withania somnifera with chloroform extract on pathogenic strains. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical sciences. vol 5, issue 8, 979-988. ISSN-2278-4357.
  • Sharma N, Sobti R. C., Sharma Y, Talwar K.K. (2016) Adiponectin and PPAR-? gene variability and risk of coronary heart disease in North Indian   population-A case-control study. Applied & Translational Genomics,  Communicated  (Impact Factor -1.2)

Research Papers presented in International Conferences

  • Maithil N, Jadhav S, Cuenca A, Seydoux G and Subramaniam K.(2004)Maternal RNA-binding proteins direct the primordial germ cell-specific translation of the germ cell regulator nos-2 in Caenorhabditis elegans. Invited presentation at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory meeting on Germ Cells,
  • Maithil N,  Sobti R. C., Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2008) Association of  VEGF and IL-4 genetic variability with the risk of coronary heart disease in north indian population. a case-control study. R.C. Sobti, PHARMACOGENOMICS November 19–November 22,  Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York
  • Maithil N, Kler R., Sobti R. C., Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2008) Leptin and VEGF gene polymorphism; risk of Metabolic syndrome.  International Conference on Medical and Community Genetics, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • Maithil N, Sobti R. C., Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2010) Adiponectin and PPAR-? gene variability and risk of coronary disease in North Indian population-A case-control study. PHARMACOGENOMICS November 17–November 21, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York
  • Sharma N, Sobti R. C., Sharma Y,  Talwar K.K. (2011) Effect of gene-gene interaction of various physiological genes with the risk of coronary heart disease in North Indian population. Genomics: Gene Discovery and Clinical Applications for Cardiovascular, Lung, and Blood Diseases. September 12–13,  National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland

Other Achievements

Among Top 10 students in B.Sc (CBZ) in Punjab University.

CSIR-Junior Research Fellow (JRF) fellowship in 2001, Senior Research Fellow (SRF)

GATE 2002 All India Rank- 32, Percentile-98.7

Won Best short Documentary award made on “ Need for New Drugs for Tuberculosis” organized by Vigyan Prasar-DST in Bangalore Feb 2014

Working on a sanctioned project having funds of 60 lakhs entitled “Development of an effective and early diagnostic gadget/tool to control prevalence of rheumatic heart disease” from DST-IDP Govt of India.