Research specialization/interest: My research interests are direct towards understanding how physiological systems interact during human disease. I am particularly interested in learning how the immune system interacts with the system a during disease and how this interplay influences the development and progression of disease. I am currently working on TB is caused by multiple drug-resistant strains and the need to develop new drug therapies and other control strategies and novel inhibitors of the MTB D-alanine ligase that could serve as novel anti-tuberculosis drugs.
Advisor: Dr. Raul Barletta
Degree objective: Ph.D.
Office: VBS 233
M.Sc., M. Phil., Ph.D (Biotechnology)
Doctoral research thesis title: Combined effect of carvacrol and rosiglitazone on high fat diet fed C57BL/6J type 2 diabetic mice.
I am well expertised in cell culture techniques and molecular biology work. I am highly interested to learn about bacterial work especially Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
August 2016 - March-2019
I was working as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences.
- 2018 best poster award at 15th Annual Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium on Reproduction and Perinatal Research, USA October 18-19, 2018
- Awarded Outstanding Research Presentation at the Nebraska Redox Biology Center spring retreat, USA, March 31-April 2, 2017