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Research Highlights

Research Highlights

       The Research and Development (R&D) activities in Integral University are aimed at interdisciplinary understanding of complex problems related to health and environment. The primary objective of R&D has been the creation and transfer of new technologies for improvement of society at large. The major thrust areas of the research pursuits are the areas of renewable energy and sustainable development, artificial neural networks, genetic engineering, cancer biology, nano-biotechnology, molecular cell biology, molecular immunology, molecular toxicology, bioinformatics, plant biotechnology, pharmaceutical sciences and engineering disciplines. The researchers at the university have undertaken number of well-funded projects from national and international funding agencies such as Department of Biotechnology, Department of Science and Technology (FIST program), INSPIRE, Science and Engineering Research Board, DRDO, Council of Science and Technology, Uttar Pradesh and Ministry of Ayush (Govt of India). Further, a number of international collaborative research projects are going on in the university viz; Indo-Russian, Indo-Dutch and DAAD–RISE grants. In addition, several research MoUs have been signed with industry and National Research Organizations and National/International universities for promotion and interdisciplinary approach to research. The University is also recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by the Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science & Technology (Govt. of India).

Dr. Mohd.Haris Siddiqui

   Department of Bioengineering

   Production of Poly-hydroxy butyrate (PHB) polymer from Azohydromonasaustralicausing cane mallases.

Dr.Sanober Mir

   Department of Biosciences

   Role of 53 aggregation in dysregulation of autophagy: Implications for tumorigenesis and targeted therapy

Prof. Iffat Zareen Ahmad

   Department of Bioengineering

   Study and validation of the anticancer potential of prominent Unani medicines and their nano formulations as an adjuvant against liver carcinoma

Dr. Tarique Mahmood

   Department of Pharmacy

   Comparative study of nanoformulation of Khamira Abresham Hakim Arshadwala with its traditional formulation against myocardial necrosis and associated ailments

Dr. Alvina Farooqui

   Department of Bioengineering

   Development Of Novel Screening System Employing Cyanobacteria For Toxicity Studies Of Metallic Nanoparticles

Dr. Roohi

   Department of Bioengineering

   Eco-friendly, biodegradable plastics degrading PHB depolymerase from microbes: Purification, characterization and biotechnological applications

Dr. Mohd. Khubaib

   Department of Biosciences

   Unravelling the functional cooperation between Ubiquitin-Proteasome Pathway and Xenophagy (Selective autophagy): Role of Toxin-Antitoxin (TA) family proteins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Dr. Amita Dubey

   Department of Biosciences

   Exploring the role of cytochrome P450 monooxygenases in sennoside biosynthetic pathway ofSenna alexandrina Mill.

Dr. Swati Sharma

   Department of Biosciences

   New insights into identification of acdS gene and Bioinoculant formulation of ACC deaminase producing bacteria ameliorating salt stress for enhancing plant growth and development

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