Faculty

Dr. Munindra Ruwali
Assistant Professor
Biotechnology
Faculty of Science Engineering And Technology

Amity University Gurgaon, Panchgaon, Manesar, Gurgaon 122413

PhD and Post Doc (Switzerland)

9 YEARS (POST PhD)

• M.Sc. (BT), Sem - 3, Batch - 2021
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS[G&P][BTH4303]
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS LAB[G&PROTLAB][BTH4309]
• B.Tech (BT), Sem - 7, Batch - 2021
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS[GP][BTE2701]
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS LAB[GPL][BTE2704]
• B.Tech. + M.Tech - (BT) Dual, Sem - 7, Batch - 2022
MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY[MCB][BTE6701]
MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY LAB[MCBL][BTE6708]
• B.Sc. + M.Sc. - Biotech (Dual), Sem - 9, Batch – 2021
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS[GP][BTH6903]
GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS LAB[GPL][BTH6909]
CANCER BIOLOGY

Publications:
1. Dhawan A., Ruwali M*., Pant M.C., Rahman Q., Parmar D. Association of genetic variability in enzymes metabolizing chemotherapeutic agents with treatment response in head and neck cancer cases. Asia Pac. J. Clin. Oncol. 13 (2017) e11-e20 doi: 10.1111/ajco.12446.

2. Ruwali M., Dhawan A., Pant M.C., Rahman Q., Khurana S.M.P., Parmar D. Clinical Management of Head and Neck Cancer Cases: Role of Pharmacogenetics of CYP2 and GSTs. Oncol. Res. Treat. 39 (2016) 221-6.

3. Ruwali M., Singh M., Pant M.C., Parmar D. Polymorphism in glutathione S-transferases: susceptibility and treatment outcome for head and neck cancer. Xenobiotica. 41 (2011) 1122-30.

4. Yadav S.S., Ruwali M., Pant M.C., Shukla P., Singh R.L., Parmar D. Interaction of drug metabolizing cytochrome P450 2D6 poor metabolizers with cytochrome P450 2C9 and 2C19 genotypes modify the susceptibility to Head & Neck cancer and treatment response. Mutat. Res. 684 (2010) 49-55.

5. Singh A.P., Pant M.C., Ruwali M., Shah P.P., Prasad R., Mathur N., Parmar D. Polymorphism in cytochrome P450 1A2 and their interaction with risk factors in determining the risk of squamous cell lung carcinoma in men. Cancer Biomark. 8 (2010) 351-9.
GENOMICS &PROTEOMICS, IMMUNOLOGY & IMMUNOTECHNOLOGY
• LIFE MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTS (INDIA).
• MEMBER OF SOCIETY OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS, AIIMS, NEW DELHI.
• PROGRAMME COORDINATOR OF B.TECH (BIOTECHNOLOGY)
• FACULTY MEETING COORDINATOR
• IQAC COORDINATOR
• MENTOR OF B. Sc. (BIOTECHNOLOGY) STUDENTS
• DISCIPLINE/ANTI-RAGGING COORDINATOR
• ORGANIZING COMMITTEE MEMBER OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIUMS/LECTURES
• FACULTY COORDINATOR FOR UNIVERSITY EVENTS LIKE ORIENTATION DAY, INNOVATION DAY, SANGATHAN, CONVOCATION, AMIFEST, 24X7 AUH, SCHOOL CONNECT PROGRAMME
• MARIE CURIE FELLOW OF THE INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME ON INTEGRATIVE KIDNEY PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY (IKPP): A SWISS POST-DOCTORAL PROGRAMME CO-FUNDED BY THE 7TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME (FP7) OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION AT UNIVERSITY OF BASEL, BASEL, SWITZERLAND FROM 2011-12.
• CONFERRED YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD IN VIRTUAL “INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BASIC AND TRANSLATIONAL CANCER RESEARCH: NOVEL IDEAS AND APPROACHES (ICBTCR-2020)” ORGANIZED BY ASSOCIATION OF CANCER EDUCATION AND RESEARCH (ACER), SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES, B.S. ABDUR RAHMAN CRESCENT INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, CHENNAI, INDIA, IN ASSOCIATION WITH W. M. KECK CENTER FOR CELLULAR IMAGING, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, USA & TAMIL NADU STATE COUNCIL FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (TNSCST) HELD DURING 25-27TH JUNE, 2020.
• AWARDED FIRST PRIZE IN THE YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD CATEGORY AT THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: "GENOPRO-2018" FROM OCTOBER 5-6, 2018 AT INVERTIS UNIVERSITY, BAREILLY.
• AWARDED THIRD PRIZE IN THE YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD CATEGORY AT THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSLATIONAL APPROACHES IN CLINICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL & BIOTECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH: "GENOPRO-2019" FROM OCTOBER 11-12, 2019 AT INVERTIS UNIVERSITY, BAREILLY FOR THE PAPER ENTITLED “ASSOCIATION OF HIGH FRUCTOSE INTAKE WITH THE PATHOGENESIS OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE”.
• QUALIFIED ALL INDIA CSIR-UGC (NET-JRF) EXAMINATION CONDUCTED BY COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR) AND UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION (UGC), NEW DELHI, GOVT. OF INDIA (2004).
• QUALIFIED ALL INDIA GRADUATE APTITUDE TEST IN ENGINEERING (GATE) EXAMINATION CONDUCTED BY INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BOMBAY, MUMBAI, GOVT. OF INDIA (2005).


Research Project:

Project titled "Evaluation of the Nrf2 anti-oxidant response element (ARE) pathway as a promising target for alleviating chemoresistance in treatment of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)" approved by the Science and Engineering Research Board in November 2018 for funding under Teachers Associateship for Research Excellence (TARE) for a period of three years with a total funding of Rs 18, 30, 000/-.
Faculty of Science Engineering And Technology
Amity University Gurgaon, Panchgaon, Manesar, Gurgaon 122413