Aligarh, July 3: Aligarh Muslim University Scholar, Dr Nuzhat Parveen has received ‘Young Scientist Research Fellowship’ with a research grant of Rs 32, 79,000 awarded by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India.
She will work on Nanotoxicology at Cytogenetics and Molecular Toxicology Laboratory, Section of Genetics, Department of Zoology, AMU, Aligarh.
Dr Parveen was awarded PhD and M phill degrees from AMU on topics entitled ‘Mitigation of the genomic instability caused by iron induced free radicals through some antioxidants in vivo’ and ‘Genotoxic effects of anti-malarial drugs on human chromosomes in vitro’ respectively under the supervision of Dr G G H A Shadab, Section of Genetics, Department of Zoology.
Earlier, Dr Parveen was awarded ‘Young Scientist Fellowship,’ by Council of Science and Technology, U P (CST-UP) with a research grant of Rs 10, 80,000. She has participated in 26 National and International conferences and presented 9 papers (3 oral and 6 posters). She has also attended several workshops and hand-on trainings on several latest aspects related with her research. She has published 13 research papers in the peer-reviewed journals of National and International repute and 5 chapters in book.
Dr Parveen is also a life member of Indian Society of Cell Biology and Indian Science Congress Association.
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