Team Members

Neha P Patel, PhD
M.K.Bhan-Young Researcher Fellow

Exploring the biomarkers and their pertinence to develop a biosensor for detecting antibiotic pollutant and their by-products in the marine organisms and aquaculture food products.
Antibiotics have undoubtedly contributed to the development of the human and animal healthcare sectors. But nowadays, they are considered a significant pollutant because of their detrimental health consequences to aquatic and human life. Thus, proper monitoring is a prerequisite to regulating and managing the ill effect of antibiotics on humans and animals. Our lab addresses the issue using meta-analysis of multi-omics data for screening biomarkers for antibiotic pollutants and validating them in laboratory and field setup. The ultimate goal of our research is towards the development of biosensors for monitoring antibiotic pollutants in marine organisms and aquaculture food products.

Jiffy John

Jiffy John
PhD Student

Comparative genomic approach to understand compensatary adaptations in multi-drug resistant bacteria.

Anand Mohan
Manager, Technical Services

Laboratory management assistance.

Roshny Prasad
Junior Research Fellow

The structure and evolution of Environment resistomes

Iwin K. Joseph
Junior Research Fellow

Exploring the biomarkers and their pertinence to develop a biosensor for detecting antibiotic pollutants and their by-products in marine organisms and aquaculture food products.

Contact

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