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FACULTY - Department of Microbiology

Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik

dr.jeevan_micro26@sgrru.ac.in
Area of Interest Antimicrobial Studies, Enzyme/protein Purification
Qualifications M.Sc., B.Ed, Ph.D

Brief Profile:

Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik is a doctorate in Microbiology. She is also conferred with B.Ed degree from University of Jammu. Her functional area of research includes antimicrobial studies, enzyme and protein purification. She has approximately 10 years of experience in research and teaching courses in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has experience working with culturally diverse student population as she taught for 8 years as an expatriate faculty in Asmara college of Health Sciences, Asmara Eritrea, North East Africa. She has written one book and co-authored one book. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti published over 27 articles in peer-reviewed journals. She received a project under Women Scientist Scheme (WOS-A) in 2004 from DST (Dept. of Science & Technology), Ministry of science and technology, Government of India, New Delhi. 

Associate Professor

Designation : Associate Professor Department of Microbiology dr.jeevan_micro26@sgrru.ac.in
  • Area of Specialization:

    Microbiology

Area of Interest:

Area of Interest Antimicrobial Studies, Enzyme/protein Purification
Qualifications M.Sc., B.Ed, Ph.D

Brief Profile:

Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik is a doctorate in Microbiology. She is also conferred with B.Ed degree from University of Jammu. Her functional area of research includes antimicrobial studies, enzyme and protein purification. She has approximately 10 years of experience in research and teaching courses in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has experience working with culturally diverse student population as she taught for 8 years as an expatriate faculty in Asmara college of Health Sciences, Asmara Eritrea, North East Africa. She has written one book and co-authored one book. Dr. Jeevan Jyoti published over 27 articles in peer-reviewed journals. She received a project under Women Scientist Scheme (WOS-A) in 2004 from DST (Dept. of Science & Technology), Ministry of science and technology, Government of India, New Delhi. 

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 Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Permafrost Thawing: A New Potential Risk for the Human Health Applied Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 2023 11(2), 54-55 doi:10.12691/aees-11-2-2
2 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Meriandra dianthera aqueous extract and its fraction prevents blood coagulation by specifically inhibiting the intrinsic coagulation pathway: an in vitro study Journal of experimental pharmacology 2022 14, pp 205-212.
3 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik In vivo anticoagulant activity of Meriandra dianthera and its sub-acute toxicological effect on hematological and biochemical parameters in rabbits. J. Clin exp pharmacol. 2021 Vol.11, s11 no: 1000013
4 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Anti-bacterial activities of selected traditional medicinal plants against urinary tract infection causing microorganisms International journal of medicinal plants and natural products (ijmpnp) 2019 Volume 5, issue 1, pp 16-22 issn 2454-7999
5 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Invitro evaluation of the anti-helminthic activity of selected Eritrean traditional medicinal plants. Biomed j Sci&Tech Res. 2018 Vol 6(5) bjstr. Ms.id.001425. Doi:10.26717/bjstr.2018.06.001425.
6 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Comparative evaluation of poly herbal formulation from traditionally used Eritrean medicinal plants against pathogenic microorganisms, British Journal of pharmaceutical research 2017 14(3): 1-9. Doi:10.9734/bjpr/2016/30059.
7 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Eritrean chewing sticks potential against isolated dental carries organisms from dental plaque. Arch. Clin, Microbiol. 2017 Vol. 8 no. 4:58
8 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antiquorum sensing activity of selected Eritrean traditional medicinal plants against Pseudomonas aeruginosa J. Biomed. Ther. Sci. 2017 4 (1), 21-26.
9 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Optimization of nitrogen source(s) for the growth and amylase production from Bacillus licheniformis JAR-26 under submerged fermentation, Indian Journal of biology 2016 Volume 3, issue 2, july - december, pp 127-132.
10 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Snake venom metalloproteinases: structure, mechanism and induced diseases Current Chemical Biology 2015 Vol. 8, no 2, 51-57 doi:10.2174/221279680802150406152316
11 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Snake venom neutralization effects of African medicinal plants & their impact on snakebites: a review. Asian journal of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences 2015 Vol.03 (24); 01-06.
12 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik RNA interference: a futuristic tool and its therapeutic applications Saudi journal of biological sciences 2012 Vol.19, 395–403. Doi:10.1016j.sjbs/2012/08.0001
13 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Preliminary studies on anti-inflammatory activities of Diplazium esculentum in experimental animal models. Int. J pharma. Sc. Res. 2011 Vol. 2(5): 1251-1253.
14 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antioxidants: a nutritional and therapeutic approach. Lap lambert academic publishing, germany 2011 Isbn-13: 978-3844316667.
15 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik partial purification and characterization of an acidophilic extracellular alfa-amylase from Bacillus licheniformis jar-26 International journal of advanced biotechnology and research 2011 Vol 2, issue 3, pp 315-320
16 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Preliminary studies on anti-inflammatory activities of Diplazium esculentum in experimental animal models. Int. J pharma. Sc. Res. 2011 Vol. 2(5): 1251-1253.
17 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik antifungal activity of leaf extracts of Alseodaphne andersonii against different pathogenic fungal cultures, Pharmacologyonline 2010 Vol.1: 352-355
18 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik production of thermostable and acidophilic amylase from thermophilic Bacillus licheniformis jar-26, Journal of applied biological sciences. 2009 Vol. 3(3):7-12.
19 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Anti-inflammatory and effect on central nervous system of Alseodaphne andersonii in experimental animal models, The pharma research (t. Pharm. Res.) 2009 Vol. 2; 8-15.
20 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Production of thermostable and acidophilic amylase from thermophillic Bacillus licheniformis jar-26 Journal of applied biological sciences 2009 Vol. 3 (3) 7-12,
21 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Anti-inflammatory effect of Tactona grandis in experimental animal models The pharma review 2009 July vol.
22 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Starch hydrolyzing enzymes from microorganisms: an overview. In advances in applied microbiology (eds. Parihar, p. And parihar, l.), agrobios (india), jodhpur, india 2008 Pp. 1-18.
23 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antimicrobial potential of leaf extracts of A. andersonii against. Pharmaceutical biology. 2007 45 (1) pp 1- 4.
24 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antidermatophytic effects of crude leaf extracts of A. andersonii. Natural products- an Indian journal 2006 2(1) pp 19-21
25 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Screening of six medicinal plants used in north Indian unorthodox medicine for pathogenic microorganisms. Natural products-an Indian journal. 2006 2(2) pp 65-69
26 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Inhibitory effect of ayurvedic medicines against isolated microorganisms from Brassica oleracea l. Natural products- an Indian journal, 2006 2 (3-4) pp 1- 4.
27 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Anti-inflammatory activity of seed oil of Cleome isocandra in an experimental animal model. Univ. J. Phytochem. Ayur. Height. 2006 Vol. 2 (2) pp 10-13.
28 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antimycotic effects of essential oil of Artemesia nilagirica. Indian perfumer. 2005 49(4) pp 517-521
29 Dr Jeevan Jyoti Kaushik Antimicrobial activity of commonly occurring weed Ipomoea carnea jacq. Journal of botanical society. 2002 81: 317-321.
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