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Dr. Archana Gupta

Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology

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Degree Specialization University/Institute Name, Year
Ph.D. Zoology/Cancer Biology Delhi University/INMAS, 2014
Master Degree Biotechnology DDU Gorakhpur University, 2014

Research Interests

  • Cancer Biology
  • Infectious diseases

Current Courses Taught / Teaching Interest

  • Biochemistry (MSBM0105)      
  • Fundamental Biology (BT0101)
  • Elements of Biotechnology (BT0401)
  • Molecular Biology & Genetics (BT0301)
  • Immunology (MSBM0110)
  • Hospital Safety & Management (BM0306)

Academic Experience / Industrial Experience

  • Thorough Academician and Researcher with over  10 years of experience 
  • Associated with SRM University, Delhi-NCR, Sonepat since 2017

Achievements / Awards / Recognitions

  • Awarded with Gold Medal in M.Sc
  • Distinctions in bachelor
  • Cleared GATE (95 percentile) in the year 2005
  • Awarded with DRDO JRF fellowship (Oct 2005- Oct 2010)
  • Cleared CSIR –NET-2005

Selected Publications/Working Papers

  • A Gupta, A Priyadarshini, M K Yadav, A Vibhuti, V. S. Raj, and R.P Pandey. Differential behavior of COVID-19 in Multi-Country Journey: Challenges for Drug Intervention. 
    DOI: 10.31219/
  • R P Pandey, A Priyadarshini, A Gupta, A Vibhuti, E Leal, U Sengupta, V M Katoch,  P Sharma, C E Moore,V. S Raj.Exploring the Modulation of Immune Response and Oxidative Stress of Intracellular Pathogens Using Nanoparticles Encapsulating Drugs. 
    DOI: 10.20944/preprints 202010.0580.v1
  • M K Yadav, A Vibhuti, A Priyadarshini, A Gupta, V. S. Raj, and R P Pandey. Outbreak of strains of SARS CoV-2, its prevalence & preventive measures taken by different Countries DOI: 10.31219/
  • A Priyadarshini, A Gupta, M K Yadav, AVibhuti, R P Pandey, V S Raj (Under Review). Protective Immunity against COVID-19
  • A Vibhuti, K Muralidhar and BS Dwarakanath. Differential cytotoxicity of glycolytic inhibitor 2-deoxy-D-glucose in isogenic cell lines varying in their p53 status. J Cancer Res. 2013 Oct-Dec;9(4):686-92.
  • M Miglani , M Rain , Q Pasha , V S Raj , T Thinlas, G Mohammad , A Gupta , R P Pandey 1, A Vibhuti 1 Shorter telomere length, higher telomerase activity in association with tankyrase gene polymorphism contribute to high-altitude pulmonary edema, Hum Mol GenetVol29(18):3094-3106 Nov 4,2020
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