Amity University Mumbai

Amity University Mumbai has been established under Maharashtra Govt. Act of 2014 of Government of Maharashtra and is recognized as per Section 2(f) of the UGC Act with the rights to confer degrees. Amity University Mumbai with its future-ready, sprawling campus, a world - class learning infrastructure and over a kilometer long frontage on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway offers a 360 degree career transformational set-up. With its state-of-the-art infrastructure, the campus facilitates all-round growth of students. At Amity University Mumbai, carefully conceived and well-designed features provide you with the right launching pad to embark on a highly rewarding career. A state-of-the- art Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (CIDR), which works in synergy with the academic curriculum and enriches it with innovative inputs from research has been set up at the Mumbai campus.

About Amity Institute of


Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB), Amity University, Mumbai (AUM) was established in 2014. The Institute offers UG and PG programs in Biotechnology. The faculty members have substantial financial support for their research activities from both state and central government funding agencies. The Department offers vibrant atmosphere to scholars to nurture the spirit of scientific inquiry and to pursue cutting edge re-search in highly encouraging environment. The active field of research includes co-ordination in plant and animal tissue culture, phyto-chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, microbiology, bioinformatics, molecular modelling, drug design, genetic engineering, nanotechnology, stem cells and regenerative medicine.



International Conference on Advances in Biotechnology: Current Discoveries and Future Perspectives (ICAB-2023) hosted by Amity University Mumbai will serve as a platform to explore the latest advancements in the field of biotechnology. This event aims to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, encourage interdisciplinary collaborations, and provide insights into emerging trends. Participants can look forward to beneficial networking opportunities and gain new insights on the future of biotechnology. The ICAB-2023 conference will serve as a crucial platform where experts, professionals, and academicians can share and deliberate on the latest advancements, emerging patterns, challenges, and resolutions in the domains of biotechnology and interdisciplinary studies.

The main objective of the conference is to foster collaborative exchanges among academic scientists, researchers, and scholars, facilitating the sharing of their research experiences and practices spanning diverse areas within the field of biotechnology. The event will encompass keynote sessions by esteemed speakers in the emerging areas of biotechnology. With its diverse range of scientific sessions covering various fields within biotechnology, ICAB also provides an opportunity for participants to present their research through oral and poster presentations. ICAB-2023 aims to empower participants with the confidence to explore state-of-the-art technologies and advancements that are relevant to their respective research fields.



  • International
    • Prof. Dr. Georg Weber University of Cincinnati, USA.
    • Prof. Dr. Gilles H. Peslherbe Concordia University, CANADA
    • Prof. Dr. Suresh Joshi Drexel University, USA
    • Dr. Boominathan Ramasamy National University of Singapore, Singpaore
    • Prof Dr. Rodolfo García-Contreras The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
    • Prof. Dr. Kumar Selvarajoo Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
    • Prof. Dr. Jia Yin College of Life Sciences, Hunan Normal University, China
    • Dr. Nagarajan Kannan Mayo Clinic, USA
    • Prof Youming Zhang Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenzhen, China
    • Dr. Prof. Sobhana Sivasankar The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) , Austria
    • Dr. Prof. Sobhana Sivasankar The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Austria
    • Dr. Sanket Joshi Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
    • Prof. Dr. Rajeev K. Varshney Murdoch University, Australia
    • Prof. Robert Henry The University of Queensland, Australia
    • Dr. Ruksana Raihan US-Bangla Medical College of Hospital, Bangladesh
    • Dr. Balram Chowbay National Cancer Center of Singapore, Singapore
    • Dr. Sadhana Ravishankar University of Arizona, USA
    • Dr. Aravindraja Chairmandurai University of Florida, USA
    • Dr. Anguraj Sadanandam London, UK.
  • National


Prof. Dr. Gilles H. Peslherbe

Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

Centre for Research in Molecular

Modeling (CERMM)

Concordia University, CANADA

Prof. Dr. Georg Weber

Professor, UC College of Pharmacy

University of Cincinnati, USA.

Dr. K Thangaraj

J C Bose Fellow

Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology

(CCMB), Hyderabad, India

Dr. Subeer S. Majumdar

Director General

Gujarat Biotechnology University

GIFT City, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Dr. Sabu Thomas

Scientist F

Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology

(RGCB), Trivandrum, India

Dr. Abhay B. Fulke

Senior Scientist

National Institute of Oceanography (NIO)

Mumbai, India

Dr. Balram Chowbay

Head, Pharmacogenomics Lab

National Cancer Center of Singapore,


Dr. Aravindraja Chairmandurai

Assistant Scientist

University of Florida, USA

Dr. Sadhana Ravishankar

Professor, Food Safety, School of Animal

& Comparative Biomedical Sciences

University of Arizona, USA

Dr. Praveen Kumar Vemula

Senior Scientist

Institute for Stem Cell Science and

Regenerative Medicine, Bangalore , India

Dr. Anguraj Sadanandam

Founding Director,

Centre for Global Oncology

Institute of Cancer Research (ICR)

London, United Kingdom

Dr. Rajeev Varshney


Murdoch University


Dr. Ruksana Raihan

Associate Professor

US-Bangla Medical College and Hospital

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Prof. Dr. Prashant S. Kharkar

Associate Dean

Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT)

Mumbai, India

Dr. S Gautam

Head, Food Technology Division

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)

Trombay, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Dr. Sudha Rajamani

Associate Professor and Deputy Chair

Indian Institutes of Science Education

and Research (IISER), Pune, India

Dr. Chhandak Basu

Professor of Biology

California State University, Northridge

Research Affiliate

NASA-Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Dr. Rohit Srivastava


Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Mumbai, India



Hotel Crown inn

Address: Plot No. 102 , 4, Old Mumbai- Pune Highway , Next to Patil Hospital, HOC Colony, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 410206

Tariff: Rs. 3000 approx. + Taxes (Double occupancy)

Contact No: +91 77188 87701


Hotel Geetanjali

Address: Plot No 386, Behind ST Bus Depot, Forest Colony, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 410206

Tariff: Rs. 1200 approx. + Taxes (Double occupancy)

Contact No: +91 81085 41198


Hotel Monarch Express

Address: Swami Nityanand Road, Behind Garden Hotel, Nityanand Nagar, HOC colony, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 410206

Tariff: Rs. 2000 approx. ( Single occupancy), Rs. 2250 approx. ( Double occupancy), 

Contact No: +91 91520 11001


Jai Malhar Residency

Address: Survey No. 92/1, Mumbai - Goa Hwy, Palaspa, Panvel, Maharashtra 410206

Tariff: Rs. 1500 approx. + Taxes (Double occupancy), 

Contact No: +91 97029 97999


*Free transport available from Panvel Railway Station


Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan
Founder President,
Amity University Mumbai


Dr. Aseem Chauhan
Hon'ble Chancellor & President
Amity University Maharashtra


Prof. Dr. A.W. Santhosh Kumar
Vice Chancellor
Amity University Maharashtra


Dr. Penna Suprasanna
Dean Research (i/C), AUM
HOI (i/C), AIB
Amity University Maharashtra



  • Co Convenors
    • Dr. Renitta Jobby Associate Professor
    • Dr. Tareeka Sonawane Assistant Professor
    • Dr. Vinoth Prasanna Gunasekaran Assistant Professor
    • Dr. Vinothkannan Ravichandran Assistant Professor
  • Organizing Committee


Abstract Submission

Abstracts are invited from authors for their original work. Abstract to be submitted in Times New Roman, Font size 12, not exceeding 250 words, with 1.5 line spacing, with no more than 5 key words with Title in capitals of 14 font size, bold with affiliation of the authors, e-mail id of corresponding author on or before 20th September 2023 through website.

Oral Presentation

The authors are requested to limit their oral presentation to 10 minutes (7 minutes to present and 3 minutes for discussion). The best three oral presentations will be awarded.

Poster Presentation

Authors presenting posters are requested to be available for interaction during poster session. Poster size should be about 3 feet x 4 feet (width x height). The best three posters will be awarded.

Conference proceedings will be published.

  Early Bird
Registration (Extended till
5th October 2023)
After 5th October
2023 (Rs)
For foreigners
Students 2000 2500 100
Research Scholars 2500 3000 120
Faculty 3000 3500 150
Industry Representatives 4000 4500 200

* GST (18%) will be applicable for all participants.
* Registration fee is nonrefundable.

Milestone Date
Early bird registration opening July 15th 2022
Early bird registration deadline 5th October 2023 (Extended)
Abstract submission deadline 5th October 2023 (Extended)
Notification of acceptance September 25th 2023, onwards


Karnala Bird Sanctuary

The Karnala Bird Sanctuary, situated near the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, is a captivating natural haven that showcases a diverse array of flora and fauna. Established in 1968, the sanctuary initially spanned 4.45 sq.km but was expanded to 12.11 sq.km in 2003. Today, it attracts bird enthusiasts, hikers, and individuals seeking solace from the bustling urban environments.


Nestled in the picturesque Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats, Lonavala is a highly sought-after hill station in Maharashtra, drawing visitors from Pune and Mumbai. Particularly during the monsoon season, Lonavala becomes a magnet for tourists. The region boasts numerous waterfalls, lakes, and hills, making it an ideal destination for camping, trekking, and various adventure sports.


Mahabaleshwar is a charming hill station renowned for its strawberries and a plethora of natural wonders. The region boasts numerous rivers, breathtaking waterfalls, and majestic peaks, captivating visitors with its scenic beauty. Apart from its natural splendor, Mahabaleshwar holds great significance as a sacred pilgrimage site for Hindus. It is believed to be the originating point of the Krishna River, adding to its religious and cultural importance.


Panchgani, deriving its name from the five hills that surround it, is a popular hill station located near Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra. Nestled at an altitude of 1,334 meters, Panchgani offers stunning sunset and sunrise points, as well as panoramic valley views. The five hills of the Sahyadri mountain ranges give Panchgani its name, also known as Paachgani. The town boasts a picturesque backdrop of hills on one side and coastal plains on the other, creating a breathtaking view.

Contact Us


Mumbai - Pune Expressway, Bhatan, Post-Somathne, Panvel, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 410206


+91 9769721020; +91 9833281141;
+91 9894326328; +91 8830936072

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