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Assistant professor

Location:
Delhi, India
Posted:
September 27, 2019

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Curriculum Vitae

Name Dr. Jyoti Bala

Date of Birth 30-06-1986

Designation Assistant Professor, Deptt. of Biochemistry

Pt. B.D. Sharma P.G.I.M.S., Rohtak

Address *** (RPS), DDA Flats, Mansarovar Park, Shahdara, Delhi

Mobile: 094********

Email- adagtc@r.postjobfree.com

Qualifications Meritorious student during Matric/Higher Secondary

MBBS – Maharishi Markendeswar Institute of Medical sciences and Research (Ambala)

MD – 2015 (Ist attempt) from Pt. B.D. Sharma P.G.I.M.S. Rohtak

Experience More than 4 year experience

More than one year experience as Assistant professor in Biochemistry at PGIMS, Rohtak

Three year experience as Demonstrator/ SR at PGIMS, Rohtak

Thesis of MD Antimullerian Hormone levels as a marker of gonadotoxicity in Breast Carcinoma patients before and after chemotherapy was commended by examiners

Special training Internal auditor in NABL

Publications: More than 20 in International and National Journals

National/ International

Conference attended Attended many national conferences and presented papers

Latest Research projects Antimullerian hormone levels in Breast Carcinoma

IGF-1 & Leptin in Preeclampsia

Biomarkers in Preeclamptic women with normoglycemia and hyperglycemia

Evaluation of Homocysteine, Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid Levels During all the Trimesters in Pregnant and Preeclamptic Womens

Markers of obesity and growth in preeclamptic and normotensive pregnant women

hs-CRP Levels in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

Folic acid, Vitamin B12 and Ferritin in Thalassemia

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia and Ferritin Levels

Vitamin D in chronic periodontitis

Bone mineralization and Renal function parameters in preterm and Term infants

Salivary amylase and total proteins in Leukemias

Cord blood Butrylcholinesterase in Preeclamptic women

Awards & Membership 1. Life Member AMBICON

2. Life Member ACBICON

Research Interest: Antimullerian Hormone levels in various cancers and PCOD

and Inflammatory changes in preeclampsia



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