Ms. Subbalakshmi G

Msc, PGDCRA

Assistant Professor

Education:

  • POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA: CLINICAL RESEARCH AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS-JAMES LIND INSTITUTE | HYDERABAD
  • Master of Science: BIOCHEMISTRYMAHARANI LAXMI AMMANNI COLLEGE FOR WOMEN | BANGALORE, KA
  • Bachelor of Science: BIOCHEMISTRY, GENETICS, BIOTECHNOLOGYSHREE BHAGWAN MAHAVEER JAIN COLLEGE

Skills/Recognition/Awards:

  • Protein Biochemistry
  • HPLC, FPLC
  • Food Analysis Techniques Proximate Analysis
  • Phytochemical Profiling
  • Certification course on Recombinant Technology and Genetic Engineering-Shreedhar Bhatts Lab-Bangalore.
  • Training on ADVIA CENTAUR CO ANALYZER at Gunasheela Surgical and Maternity Hospital

Subjects taught:

  • Biochemistry
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Microbiology
  • Molecular Biology

Seminars & Workshops:

  • Seminar entitled ‘LIFE SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL AMBITION FAIR 2019’, 16th, 17th April 2019
  • Workshop entitled, ‘INDUSTRIAL HANDS-ON TRAINING HPLC AND FPLC’, January 23rd,24th,25th 2019-PIMS
  • Seminar on whatshapp foods-v4.0-towards a greener and sustainable future, January 11,2019,BCIC
  • Hands on national workshop on ”skills and strategies for a successful Research career”. November 15th, 17th 2018-PIMS
  • Hands on national workshop on ”High Performance Liquid Chromatography”. November 13th 2018-PIMS
  • Workshop on Methods of heavy metals removal from Industrial waste, MARCH 31ST 2018, BU
  • Protein folding and protein dynamics, MLACW.(Seminar on by Indian Institute of Sciences, IISC, Bangalore).
  • Seminar on career opportunities by Probiosys, Hotel Iris, Bangalore.
  • Participated in e-biotech workshop titled “Gene Expression analysis and post genomic studies using Bioinformatics tools (17th-19th Sep 2010).

Project:

Study of Cytopathic Effects of Hydroxyanthraquinone Derivatives on Leukemic Cell Lines- IISC- Bangalore.
The project involved the study of cytopathic effects of the derivatives of hydroxy anthraquinone which are aromatic organic compounds. The derivatives such as Hexa acetyl anthraquinone, Dihydroxy tetrabutoxy anthraquinone and Hexahydroxy anthraquinone were used for study on leukemic cell lines (Reh, K562 & normal cell line 8E5). The comparative study of effects of the above mentioned compounds was studied using cell counting assay and results were tabulated graphically.