Department: School of Biosciences
3+ teaching experience (Visiting Faculty, IMSUC GHAZIABAD)
Ms. Shalini Sharma has 3+ teaching experience. Her research interests are Molecular modeling, Drug Designing (Docking), Nanotechnology, Molecular Biology, Environment biotechnology. Formerly she has worked as visiting faculty, IMS GHAZIABAD, UNIVERSITY COURSE CAMPUS. She completed her M.Sc. (Biotechnology) in 2019 from GAUTAM BUDDHA UNIVERSITY, GREATER NOIDA. Her major project entitled “Screening of potential novel inhibitors of M18 Aspartyl aminopeptidase for Anti- malaria Activity”. Also done minor project entitled “Carcinoembryonic antigen- antibody (CEA) expression on lung cancer”.
Awards & Honors:
Areas of Interest:
Molecular modeling, Drug Designing (Docking), Nanotechnology, Molecular Biology, Environment biotechnology, Environmental chemistry.
Book Authored: NIL
Tripti Singh, Shalini Sharma “Integrated Biohydrogen production via lignocellulosic waste: Opportunity, Challenges & Future Prospects.” Bioresource Technology 338 (2021) 125511, 9.64 impact factor.
Tripti Singh, Shalini Sharma,Neha Srivastava, et.al “Green synthesis of TiO2 bionanocomposite using waste leaves of water hyacinth: Application in antibacterial activity of toilet bacteria Serratia marcescens. Materials Letters 316 (2022) 132012 3.42 impact factor.
Tripti Singh, Shalini Sharma, Neha Srivastava et. al “Sustainable approaches towards green synthesis of TiO2 nanomaterials and their applications in photo-catalysis mediated sensing to monitor environmental pollutions.” Luminescence. 2022; 1–12. 3.55 impact factor
Paper presented at Conferences:
Poster presentation in the “National Conference on “Recent trends in a biotechnology” TOPIC: “TTF-1 and CEA expression on Lung Cancer”.
Poster presentation in the “International Conference on Recent trends and innovation in microbiology” TOPIC: “Screening of potential novel inhibitors of M18 Aspartyl aminopeptidase for Anti-malaria Activity”.
National Seminars Attended: NO
Presented Oral presentation in the Workshop on “Phylogenetic Analysis of Metallo-amino peptidasesas Potential drug target for Malaria”.
FDP Organized/ Attended:
Participated in online FDP on “Management strategies for environmental health and safety: A step towards achieving SDGs” from 16th January 2023 to 20th January 2023 at Amity University, NOIDA.
Participated in FDP on “Advancements in Molecular Diagnosis” on 23 January 2023.
Wednesday 22-03-2023 11:00AM and
Friday 24-03-2023 11:00 AM.