Sania Bashir | Protein Biophysics | Young Scientist Award

Dr. Sania Bashir | Protein Biophysics | Young Scientist AwardūüŹÜ

Jamia Millia Islamia, United States

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Early Academic Pursuits:

Sania Bashir commenced her academic journey with primary and secondary schooling in Al-Ahsa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She displayed a keen interest in various subjects, laying the groundwork for her future academic endeavors. Upon returning to India, she pursued her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Biotechnology at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. During this period, she honed her skills in molecular biology techniques and gained a strong foundation in biophysical principles. Sania's academic prowess extended further with a Certificate in French Language Proficiency from the Centre for Spanish and Latin American Studies, indicating her commitment to interdisciplinary learning.

Professional Endeavors:

Her passion for biophysics led her to undertake a Ph.D. in the field at Jamia Millia Islamia. Throughout her doctoral studies, she delved deep into biophysical techniques and analysis, specializing in areas such as UV-Visible spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, and dynamic light scattering. Her expertise also encompasses cell and molecular biology technologies, including SDS-PAGE, genomic DNA extraction, and PCR. Sania's proficiency in computational tools such as MacOS, Sigma plot, and Microsoft Office suite underscores her multidisciplinary approach to research.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Her research focus revolves around unraveling the intricacies of protein biophysics. Her investigations encompass diverse areas such as protein folding, structure-function relationships, and molecular interactions. By employing a combination of experimental and computational techniques, she strives to elucidate fundamental mechanisms governing biological processes. Sania's contributions extend beyond the laboratory, as evidenced by her involvement in academic societies and peer-reviewed journals. As a reviewer for the International Journal of Basic and Applied Science, she actively engages in shaping scholarly discourse within the scientific community.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her dedication and scholarly achievements have earned her numerous accolades and recognitions. Notable among these are the "Young Achiever Award" from the Institute of Scholars and the "Best Position Paper Award" at the WHO-IMUN Conference. Her prowess in academic pursuits is further exemplified by awards such as "Best Poster Presentation" and "Best Poster Award" in national symposiums on biophysics.

Impact and Influence:

Her contributions to the field of biophysics extend beyond her research endeavors. As a campus ambassador and class representative, she actively fosters academic discourse and community engagement. Her leadership roles in extracurricular activities underscore her holistic approach to personal and professional development.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As she continues her academic journey, Sania remains committed to advancing the frontiers of biophysics through rigorous research and scholarly contributions. With a solid foundation in interdisciplinary sciences and a passion for unraveling the complexities of biological systems, she is poised to make significant contributions to the scientific community and inspire future generations of researchers.

Citations

A total of  321 citations for her publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of her research within the academic community.

  • Citations¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬† 321
  • h-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 6
  • i10-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†5

Notable Publications 

Amyloid-Induced Neurodegeneration: A Comprehensive Review through Aggregomics Perception of Proteins in Health and Pathology

Investigating Iron-Sulfur Proteins in Infectious Diseases: A Review of Characterization Techniques

Probing protein aggregation through spectroscopic insights and multimodal approaches: A comprehensive review for counteracting neurodegenerative disorders

I.; Islam, A. Trehalose Restrains the Fibril Load towards őĪ-Lactalbumin Aggregation and Halts Fibrillation in a Concentration-Dependent Manner. Biomolecules 2021, 11, 414

Counteraction of the cetyltrimethylammonium bromide-induced protein aggregation by heparin: Potential impact on protein aggregation and neurodegenerative diseases using …

Management of Insulin Through Co-Solute Engineering: A Therapeutic Approach

Molecular mechanisms and mode of tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer

Frontiers in protein structure, function, and dynamics

Biophysical elucidation of fibrillation inhibition by sugar osmolytes in őĪ-lactalbumin: multispectroscopic and molecular docking approaches

Rationalizing the role of monosodium glutamate in the protein aggregation through biophysical approaches: Potential impact on neurodegeneration

Trehalose restrains the fibril load towards őĪ-lactalbumin aggregation and halts fibrillation in a concentration-dependent manner

 

Kaviyarasi Renu | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Women Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Kaviyarasi Renu | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Women Researcher AwardūüŹÜ

Saveetha Dental College And Hospitals, India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Her academic journey reflects a consistent dedication to academic excellence. She began by excelling in mathematics and science during her schooling at Sarada Matric Hr. Sec. School, Arcot, where she laid the groundwork for a successful academic career. Pursuing her passion for biochemistry, she earned her Bachelor's degree from Adhiparasakthi College of Arts and Science, securing the first rank with a gold medal. Driven by her fervor for advanced studies, she continued her education, specializing in Advanced Biochemistry at the University of Madras and subsequently completing her Ph.D. in Biochemistry (Drug and Chemical Toxicology) at Vellore Institute of Technology.

Professional Endeavors

His professional journey reflects a diverse array of roles and responsibilities. From her foundational days as a Project Student at Prof. Dr. Elangovan Vellaichamy Lab, University of Madras, where she conducted rodent in-vivo studies, to her tenure as a Teaching cum Research Associate and Senior Research Fellow at Prof. Dr. V.G. Abilash Lab in Vellore Institute, her experience spans across various research domains. Notably, her roles as a Research Trainer and Assistant Professor at Saveetha Dental College and Hospitals involved project initiation, student guidance, publication of impactful articles, and managing clinical biochemistry labs, showcasing her versatile skill set.

Contributions and Research Focus

Her research focus is extensive, encompassing areas such as drug toxicology, adipose biology, energy regulation, and chemical toxicology. Her notable contributions include studies on the molecular mechanisms underlying doxorubicin-induced cardiomyopathy through PPARs, extensive investigations into hemoglobinopathies and G6PD deficiency among tribal communities, and pioneering efforts in screening for drug-induced organ toxicity.

Accolades and Recognition

Acknowledged for her academic prowess, Dr. Renu has been the recipient of numerous awards, scholarships, and research accolades, including the University first rank holder with a gold medal in her undergraduate studies, merit fellowships, research awards, and recognition as a top 2% scientist. Her participation in the Sakura Science Exchange and receiving the AIB Young Scientist Award further underscores her recognition and commitment to scientific endeavors.

Impact and Influence

Her impact is substantial, evident through her significant contributions to the scientific community. With an h-index of 21 and over 2294 citations on Google Scholar, her research output demonstrates a far-reaching influence. Her publications in reputable scientific journals have contributed significantly to advancing knowledge in biochemistry, drug toxicology, and related fields.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Her legacy lies in her multi-faceted research contributions, mentorship of students, and her dedication to scientific rigor and innovation. Her future contributions are anticipated to further expand the boundaries of drug toxicology, adipose biology, and other related research areas, while also nurturing budding researchers and fostering scientific excellence.

Citations

A total of  2298 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 2298
  • h-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 21
  • i10-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†30

Notable Publications 

Protective effects of macromolecular polyphenols, metal (zinc, selenium, and copper)-Polyphenol complexes, and pectin in different organs with an emphasis on arsenic poisoning …
K Renu, AG Mukherjee, AV Gopalakrishnan, UR Wanjari, ...
2023

The incidence of male breast cancer: from fiction to reality‚Äďcorrespondence
AG Mukherjee, AV Gopalakrishnan, R Jayaraj, K Renu, A Dey, B Vellingiri, ...
(1) 2023

Molecular mechanisms of alcohol's effects on the human body: A review and update
K Renu, H Myakala, R Chakraborty, S Bhattacharya, A Abuwani, ...
2023

Recent advances in understanding brain cancer metabolomics: a review
AG Mukherjee, AV Gopalakrishnan, R Jayaraj, R Ganesan, K Renu, ...
2023

Epicardial adipose tissue and cardiac lipotoxicity: A review
AG Mukherjee, K Renu, AV Gopalakrishnan, R Jayaraj, A Dey, B Vellingiri, ...
(1) 2023

Evolving strategies and application of proteins and peptide therapeutics in cancer treatment
AG Mukherjee, UR Wanjari, AV Gopalakrishnan, P Bradu, A Biswas, ...
(2) 2023

HPV-associated cancers: insights into the mechanistic scenario and latest updates
AG Mukherjee, U Ramesh Wanjari, A Valsala Gopalakrishnan, R Jayaraj, ...
2023

Molecular mechanisms augmenting resistance to current therapies in clinics among cervical cancer patients
S Das, A Babu, T Medha, G Ramanathan, AG Mukherjee, UR Wanjari, ...
(4) 2023

Non-small cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC): Implications on molecular pathology and advances in early diagnostics and therapeutics
H Padinharayil, J Varghese, MC John, GK Rajanikant, CM Wilson, ...
(15) 2023

Polyphenols Mediate Neuroprotection in Cerebral Ischemic Stroke‚ÄĒAn Update
SA Abdelsalam, K Renu, HA Zahra, BM Abdallah, EM Ali, ...
(7) 2023