Archives of Clinical Microbiology

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Biography :

Dr Sabiha Imran is Associate Professor in the Department of Biotechnology. She did her Post Graduation, M. Phil in Biotechnology and Ph.D is in Microbiology. Her area of specialization is Medical Microbiology and Agriculture Biotechnology. She has more than twenty-five years of research and teaching experience. She got first position and was a gold medalist in M.Sc Biotechnology. She has attended and presented research papers in many national and international conferences and has been awarded best paper presentation award in 2008 in a National Conference in AIIMS, New Delhi and an International Conference Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh in January 2020. She was also invited in an International Conference on Clinical Virology and Infectious Diseases in Dubai as a key note speaker, moderator and a member of organizing committee in 2017. She has thirty publications in reputed Scopus and web of science indexed national and international journals. A start up ‘Organic Farm Fresh’ from New Gen IEDC was awarded in March, 2019 to the students of Biotechnology under her mentorship. She also has a rare distinction of being a qualified Registered Microbiologist of Canadian college of Microbiology (RMCCM).