Dr Shashi Sharma

Asst. Professor (Grade - III)

Amity Institute of Biotechnology
 
  • Qualifications

    Graduation : B.Sc.(Chemistry, Zoology)-1994,Kanpur University

    Post Graduation : M.Sc.(Chemistry (Physical))-1996,Kanpur University

    Post Graduation : M.Tech.(Biotechnical Engg.)-1998,H.B.T.I., Kanpur

    Doctorate : Ph.D.(Microbiology)-2004,Delhi University South campus

  • Experience

    18 Jul 2011 - Present
    Asst. Professor (Grade - III),
    Amity Institute of Biotechnology

    01 Jan 2011 - 31 Dec 2011
    Guest Lecturer,
    Netaji Subhash Institute of Biotechnology,
    Dwarka

    01 Sep 2010 - 31 Dec 2010
    Guest Lecturer,
    Bhakaracharya College of Applied Science,
    Delhi University

    01 May 2007 - 31 Jul 2007
    Research Associate,
    J.N.U.,
    New Delhi

    01 Oct 2004 - 30 Nov 2006
    Scientist Fellow,
    Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Tech., CSIR, Palampur, H.P,
    Palampur, H.P.

    17 Jul 1998 - 09 Mar 1999
    Project Associate,
    National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi,
    NII, Aruma Asaf ali Marg, New Delhi

  • Current Courses Taught

    Basics of Biochemical Engineering

    Downstream Processing

    Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering

    RECENT ADVANCES IN BIOPROCESS TECHNOLOGY

  • Publications

    Purification, Immobilization, Kinetics and Characterization of tannase from Penicillium variable.

    Statistical optimization of tannase production from Penicllium variable using fruits (Chebulic myrobalan) of Terminalia chebula.

    Evaluation of the versatility of the tannases produced from Aspergillus niger and Penicillium variable with respect to gallic acid production, gallate ester synthesis, animal feed improvement, tannery

    Statistical optimization of tannase production from Aspergillus niger under submerged fermentation.

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant production and concomitant hydrocarbon degradation potentials of bacteria isolated from extreme and hydrocarbon contaminated environments ,
    Elsevier

    Biosurfactant producing bacteria from hydrocarbon contaminated environment ,
    Springer Singapore

    Synergistic extraction using sweep-floc coagulation and acidification of rhamnolipid produced from industrial lignocellulosic hydrolysate in a bioreactor using sequential (fill-and-draw) approach. ,
    Elsevier

    Statistical and sequential (fill-and-draw) approach to enhance rhamnolipid production using industrial lignocellulosic hydrolysate C6 stream from Achromobacter sp. (PS1) ,
    Elsevier

    Synergistic extraction using sweep-floc coagulation and acidification of rhamnolipid produced from industrial lignocellulosic hydrolysate in a bioreactor using sequential (fill-and-draw) approach. ,
    Elsevier

    Synergistic extraction using sweep-floc coagulation and acidification of rhamnolipid produced from industrial lignocellulosic hydrolysate in a bioreactor using sequential (fill-and-draw) approach. ,
    Elsevier

    Statistical and sequential (fill-and-draw) approach to enhance rhamnolipid production using industrial lignocellulosic hydrolysate C6 stream from Achromobacter sp. (PS1) ,
    Elsevier

  • Projects

    Hydrocarbon degradation and concomitant biosurfacatnt production from extremophilic micro-organisms (None)
    Biosurfacatnt production and hydrocarbon degradationby (DST)

    Enhanced bioremediation of pesticide contaminated crop fields of Punjab using biosurfactant producin(Amity Institute of Agriculture)
    Enhanced bioremediation of pesticide contaminated crop fields of Punjab using biosurfactant producing concomitant pesticide degrading microbial consortium with plant growth promoting traitsby (DST-SERB)

  • Activities

    Got Accession numbers for 10 nucleotide sequences for Hydrocarbon degrading and concomitant biosurfactant producing bacteria. Joy,S., Butalia,T., Pai,S. & Sharma,S. (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) - 28th September, 2015

    A book Chapter entitled “Biosurfactant producing bacteria from hydrocarbon contaminated environment” in Biodegradation and Bioconversion of hydrocarbons. Joy S, Butalia T, Sharma S* and Rahman PKSM. Eds: Kirsten Heimann, O.P Kartik and Senthil Muthu. (Springer Publisher) --- Accepted (book about to release)

    Content writer for module “Bioprocess Engineering” for e – PG -Pathshala, UGC – a MHRD project under its national mission through ICT (NME-ICT). epgp.inflibnet.ac.in

    A poster presentation of the project work in India International Science Festival (IISF 2015), on " Biosurfactants : Challenges and opportunities for future exploitation" held at IIT, Delhi on Dec 4-8, 2015.

    A poster presentation of the project work entitled "Biochemical and molecular characterization of potent bacterial biosurfactant producers isolated from hydrocarbon contaminated environments" in 56th Annual conference of AMI-2015 and international symposium on "Emerging discoveries in Microbiology" held at JNU 7-10th Dec, 2015.

    My Ph.D scholar has been awarded Direct SRF from CSIR, as per the project proposal under my supervision

  • Conferences attended

    International conference on emerging trends in biotechnology (ICTEB 2014) XI convention of the biote
    Organized By :JNU, New Delhi

    India International Science Festival
    Organized By :IIT, New Delhi

    56th Annual conference of AMI -2015
    Organized By :JNU, New Delhi

    NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (NCRAES-2018)
    Organized By :JNU

    National Symposium On RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
    Organized By :Department of Pharmacology School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (SPER) (Ranked No. 1 by NIRF, MHRD) Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi-110 062