Ms. Neha ChandelAssistant Professor
Medical Microbiology & Molecular Microbiology
Neha Chandel has a specialization in the area of Medical microbiology and molecular biology with a background in Biotechnology and Medical Laboratory technology. She has taught these subjects for nearly three years at universities such as G D Goenka University and Jaypee University of Information Technology.
She has a research experience of six years. She has completed her PhD at CSIR – Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH), Chandigarh, and awarded degree by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. During her Ph.D. tenure she was awarded with UGC – Research fellowship to pursue her degree. She has qualified CSIR- UGC NET, GATE in Life Sciences (in year 2010) and Biotechnology (in year 2011). She has done her M.Sc. (Biotechnology) from Department of Biotechnology, Shimla and was awarded DBT – studentship during her tenure. She has done her graduation in Medical Laboratory Technology from Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla.
Publications (from 2015)
‘Genome sequence and comparative analysis of Bacillus cereus BC04, reveals genetic diversity and alterations for antimicrobial resistance’, Functional and Integrative Genomics, 18(4), pp. 477-487. (Srinivasan, V.B., Angrasan, M., Chandel, N., and Rajamohan, G., 2018).
Scholarly Conference Proceedings
‘Impact of long term space missions on astronaut’s health’,Third International Conference on Evolution of Healthcare at Aerospace, GD Goenka University, Gurgaon, India. (Chandel, N., Singh, K., and Mehra, P., 14 March 2020).
‘Gut Microbiome in astronauts and crew members’, Third International Conference on Evolution of Healthcare at Aerospace, GD Goenka University, Gurgaon, India. (Dogra, D., Afrin, S., and Chandel, N., 14 March 2020).
Neha Chandel has worked to understand and characterize the wide arsenal of chromosomal and plasmid borne resistance determinants in Enterobacteriaceae, with special emphasis on E. coli causing Urinary Tract infections and prevalent Indian scenario. Neha Chandel’s current research interests lies in understanding the mechanism of antibiotic resistance among nosocomial pathogens, using bioinformatics approach to understand genomic diversity among bacteria and isolation and characterization of enzymes.