Dr Shivani Sharda

Asst. Professor (Grade - II)

Amity Institute of Biotechnology
  • Academic Area

    Genomics and Proteomics

  • Teaching Interests

    Genomics, Proteomics, Microarray technology, Tissue Engineering, Protein Engineering, Stem cells and Tissue Engineering
  • Qualifications

    Graduation : B.Sc(Medical - Zoology, Chemistry, Botany)-1998,G.N.D.U

    Post Graduation : M.Sc.(Biotechnology)-2000,G.N.D.U

    Doctorate : Ph.D.-2010,Max Planck Institute

  • Experience

    11 Jan 2010 - Present
    Asst. Professor (Grade - II),
    Amity Institute of Biotechnology

    01 Jul 2007 - 03 Mar 2008
    Research Associate,

    18 Jan 2003 - 30 Apr 2007
    Ph.D. Scholar,
    Max Planck Institute BAC, Germany,
    Max Planck Institute for Bioanorganische Chemie, Stiftstrasse 34-36, Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany

    01 Feb 2000 - 30 Oct 2002
    Research Assistant,

  • Current Courses Taught

    Applied Genomics and Proteomics

    Applied Technologies in Genomics and Proteomics

    Genome Engineering

    Microarray Technology

    Protein Engineering

    Research Methodology in Biosciences and Biotechnology

    Research Techniques in Biosciences and Biotechnology

    Synthetic Biology

    Tissue Engineering

  • Research Interests

    Reactive Arthritis Synthetic and Systems Biology
  • Publications

    A Non-hydrolyzable ATP Derivative Generates a Stable Complex in a Light-inducible Two-component System ,
    Journal of Biological Chemistry

    The photoreactions of recombinant phytochrome CphA from the cyanobacterium Calothrix: A low-temperature UV-Vis and FTIR study ,
    Photochemsitry and Photobiology

    Domain interaction in cyanobacterial phytochromes as a prerequisite for spectral integrity ,
    Eur Biophys J.

    The chromophore structures of the Pr states in plant and bacterial phytochromes. ,
    Biophys J.

    Homologous expression of a bacterial phytochrome. The cyanobacterium Fremyella diplosiphon incorporates biliverdin as a genuine, functional chromophore ,
    FEBS Journal

  • Short Description

    Reactive Arthritis and Omics based analysis for related disorders