MSc/PhD Program
Malte Alf

First Name:
Anjana

Last Name:
Nityanandam

Country:
India

 

 



Anjana Nityanandam

EDUCATION

College / University:
August 1999 - July 2004: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Highest Degree:
B.Tech in Biotechnology

Major Subject:
Biotechnology, molecular biology, cell and developmental biology, biochemistry, bioseparation science and downstream processing

Lab Experience:
Protein isolation, purification and characterisation techniques, chick embryological and culture techniques, animal tissue culture, basic techniques in microbiology, immunology and molecular biology.

Projects / Research:
06-07/2002: Summer research project on isolation of neural crest cells from chick embryo, deleted University of Pune, India
01-07/2003: B.Tech final semester project on isolation, purification and characterisation of ubiquitin from goat erythrocytes
01-08/2004: M.Tech project on morphological effects of ubiquitin, in ovo and in vitro, on early chick embryo development

Scholarships:
1999-2003 AFWWA Scholarship for professional graduate studies, India
1999-2004 Tuition fee waiver, GGSIndraprastha University
2002 Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Summer research fellowship
2003 Council for Scientific and Industrial research Junior research fellowship
08/2003 – 07/2004: All India Commitee for Technical Education fellowship for postgraduate studies
2004 - 2005: Stipend International Max Planck Research School

Honors / Awards:
2000, 2001, 2002, 2003: gold medallist, B.Tech, GGSIndraprastha University.


SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS AND GOALS:

My interest lies mainly in neural development. How a small group of cells in the early embryo gives rise to the complex nervous system of the adult vertebrates is what intrigues me. I wish to study neural stem cells, their developmental pathways and the molecular mechanisms involved in their self renewal and differentiation.