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FACULTY - Department of Medical Lab Technology

Dr. Badar ul Islam

Area of Interest Protein and Nucleic Acid, Biochemistry and the role of Modified proteins and nucleic acids in various diseases 
Qualifications: Ph.D (Biochemistry), M.Sc(Biochemistry), B.Sc (Hons)(Biochemistry)

Brief Profile

Dr. Badar ul Islam did Ph.D in 2015 in Biochemistry from the J N Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U and B.Sc and M.Sc in Biochemistry from the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Life Sciences, A.M.U. Aligarh U.P. He has worked as the Senior Resident/Clinical Registrar in the Department of Biochemistry, J N Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U. for 3 years. His major field of research interest is in protein and nucleic acid immunology and the role of modified proteins and nucleic acids in various diseases. Presently, he was working as the Assistant Professor in the School of Paramedical Sciences, Shri Guru Ram Rai University, Dehradun U.K. He has published 14 research papers in international and 01 in national journals of high repute. He has presented 17 research papers in various scientific conferences and participated in 05 workshops. He has qualified several national level examinations: CSIR-UGC-NET (Eligibility for Lectureship) held in June 2011 and 2007; Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)-Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) held in 2007; Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2006 in Life Sciences with All India Rank 238. Also, he was a recipient of Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship (Maulana Azad National Fellowship) in 2011 and 2013 respectively, awarded by University Grant Commission (UGC), India. He has been a member of the organizing committee of National Conference on “Recent Developments in Biomedical, Unani and Ayurvedic Translational Research and Darker Side of Rampant use of Lead based products”, Organized by Department of Biochemistry, J. N. Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U. Aligarh, March 11th-12th, 2019 and “3rd Annual Meeting of the Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences & Symposium on Modern Trends in Human Diseases”, organized by Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences (IABS) held at Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, J N Medical College, AMU, Aligarh, India from 14th– 15th December, 2013.

Awards & Achievements: 

  • Qualified CSIR-UGC-NET (Eligibility for Lectureship), Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)-Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Life Sciences with All India Rank 238.
  • Recipient of Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship (Maulana Azad National Fellowship), awarded by University Grant Commission (UGC)

Assistant Professor

Designation : Assistant Professor & HOD Department of Medical Lab Technology
  • Area of Specialization:

    Medical Biochemistry

Area of Interest:

Area of Interest Protein and Nucleic Acid, Biochemistry and the role of Modified proteins and nucleic acids in various diseases 
Qualifications: Ph.D (Biochemistry), M.Sc(Biochemistry), B.Sc (Hons)(Biochemistry)

Brief Profile

Dr. Badar ul Islam did Ph.D in 2015 in Biochemistry from the J N Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U and B.Sc and M.Sc in Biochemistry from the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Life Sciences, A.M.U. Aligarh U.P. He has worked as the Senior Resident/Clinical Registrar in the Department of Biochemistry, J N Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U. for 3 years. His major field of research interest is in protein and nucleic acid immunology and the role of modified proteins and nucleic acids in various diseases. Presently, he was working as the Assistant Professor in the School of Paramedical Sciences, Shri Guru Ram Rai University, Dehradun U.K. He has published 14 research papers in international and 01 in national journals of high repute. He has presented 17 research papers in various scientific conferences and participated in 05 workshops. He has qualified several national level examinations: CSIR-UGC-NET (Eligibility for Lectureship) held in June 2011 and 2007; Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)-Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) held in 2007; Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2006 in Life Sciences with All India Rank 238. Also, he was a recipient of Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship (Maulana Azad National Fellowship) in 2011 and 2013 respectively, awarded by University Grant Commission (UGC), India. He has been a member of the organizing committee of National Conference on “Recent Developments in Biomedical, Unani and Ayurvedic Translational Research and Darker Side of Rampant use of Lead based products”, Organized by Department of Biochemistry, J. N. Medical College, Faculty of Medicine, A.M.U. Aligarh, March 11th-12th, 2019 and “3rd Annual Meeting of the Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences & Symposium on Modern Trends in Human Diseases”, organized by Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences (IABS) held at Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, J N Medical College, AMU, Aligarh, India from 14th– 15th December, 2013.

Awards & Achievements: 

  • Qualified CSIR-UGC-NET (Eligibility for Lectureship), Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)-Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Life Sciences with All India Rank 238.
  • Recipient of Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship (Maulana Azad National Fellowship), awarded by University Grant Commission (UGC)
Research and Publications
S. No. Name of the Author Title of Paper/Book Published Name of the journal/Publication house Year of Publication Manuscript no./DOI
1 Dr. Badar ul Islam Flavonoids and PI3K/Akt/mTOR signaling cascade: A potential crosstalk in anticancer treatment Current Medicinal Chemistry;Bentham Science Publisher (Impact Factor: 4.740) 2021 28(39), 8083-809
2 Dr. Badar ul Islam Polyphenols as anticancer agents: Toxicological concern to healthy cells. Phytotherapy Research; John Wiley and Sons Ltd (Impact Factor: 6.388) 2021 35(11), 6063-6079.
3 Dr. Badar ul Islam MTOR Targeted Cancer Chemoprevention by Flavonoids Current Medicinal Chemistry;Bentham Science Publisher (Impact Factor: 4.740) 2020 28(39), 8068-8082
4 Dr. Badar ul Islam The role of mitochondrial defects and oxidative stress in Alzheimer’s disease Journal of Drug Targeting; Taylor and Francis Online (Impact Factor: 5.016) 2019 27(9), 932-942
5 Dr. Badar ul Islam Exploration of various proteins for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease Current Drug Metabolism; Bentham Science Publisher (Impact Factor: 3.408) 2017 18, 808-13
6 Dr. Badar ul Islam Characterization of colchicine binding with normal and glycated albumin: In vitro and molecular docking analysis Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics; Taylor and Francis Online (Impact Factor: 5.235) 2017 36(13), 3453-3462
7 Dr. Badar ul Islam Optimization of expression and purification of human Mortalin (Hsp70): Folding/unfolding analysis Spectrochimica Acta, Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy; Elsevier (Impact Factor: 4.831) 2017 187, 98-103
8 Dr. Badar ul Islam Elucidating Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease via Different Receptors Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry; Bentham Science Publisher (Impact Factor: 3.570) 2017 17, 1400-1407
9 Dr. Badar ul Islam Role of peroxynitrite induced activation of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) in circulatory shock and related pathological conditions Cardiovascular Toxicology; Springer (Impact Factor: 2.755) 2017 17, 373-383
10 Dr. Badar ul Islam Management of Alzheimer’s disease- an insight of the enzymatic Dr. Badar ul Islam and other novel potential targets International Journal of Biological Macromolecules; Elsevier (Impact Factor: 8.025) 2017 97, 700-709
11 Dr. Badar ul Islam Glycation induced generation of amyloid fibril structures by glucose metabolites Protein & Peptide Letters; Bentham Science Publisher (Impact Factor: 1.927) 2016 23, 892-897
12 Dr. Badar ul Islam Neo-epitopes on crotonaldehyde modified DNA preferably recognize circulating autoantibodies in cancer patients Tumor Biology; IOS Press 2016 37, 1817-1824
13 Dr. Badar ul Islam Preferential recognition of peroxynitrite-modified human serum albumin by circulating autoantibodies in cancer International Journal of Biological Macromolecules; Elsevier (Impact Factor: 8.025) 2015 72, 875-882
14 Dr. Badar ul Islam Pathophysiological role of peroxynitrite induced DNA damage in human diseases: a special focus on poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry; Springer 2015 30, 368-385
15 Dr. Badar ul Islam Genotoxicity and Immunogenicity of Crotonaldehyde Modified Human DNA International Journal of Biological Macromolecules; Elsevier (Impact Factor: 8.025) 2014 65, 471-478
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