Welcome Dr. Aditi Singh to American Journal of Microbiology and Immunology.

Dr. Aditi Singh
Associate Professor,
Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity Univesity Uttar Pradesh,
Lucknow Campus, Malhaur, Gomti Nagar Extension,  Lucknow-226028.

Biography & Research Interest

Welcome Dr. Aditi Singh to Join the Editorial Board of American Journal of Microbiology and Immunology. Dr. Aditi Singh is an Associate Professor in Amity Institute of Biotechnology of Amity Univesity Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus, Malhaur, Gomti Nagar Extension,  Lucknow-226028.
Ph.D. with over 17 years of Academic/ Research experience
Academic Qualification (Degrees)

  • D.from University of Lucknow, (Awarded in 2000).
  • Sc.(Biochemistry) from University of Allahabad, in 1993 with First Class (69%).
  • Sc.from University of Allahabad, in 1991 with First Class (69%).
  • Intermediate from UP Board in 1987 with First Class (70%).
  • High School from UP Board in 1985 with First Class (70%).

Diploma :

  • G. Diplomain Ecology & Environment from Indian Institute of Ecology & Environment, New Delhi, with first class.
  • Advanced P.G. Diplomain Computers and Systems Management from UPTECH, Allahabad.

Ph.D. Research Work
Thesis Topic:  “Study of neutrophil chemotactic peptide in sera of  Japanese encephalitis patients”.
Work done in Department of Microbiology, King Georges’ Medical University, Lucknow, under able   guidance of Prof. Asha Mathur, DCP,MD, FNA, FASc,  FAMS, FNASc, FRC (Path), FTWAS (Prof. & Head, Dept. of Gen. Path. & Microbiol., Saraswati Dental College & Hospitals, Lucknow; Ex-Head, Dept. of Microbiology & Bacteriology, K.G.M.C.; Emeritus Scientist, CDRI, Lucknow).

Ph.D. Work Done: Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV), a viral zoonotic infection of central nervous system, initiates an inflammatory response in humans. The study showed the production of a chemotactic cytokine in response to JEV peripheral blood monocytes in vitro as well as in vivo. The cytokine was responsible for various pathogenic effects in blood brain barrier. The presence of cytokine was shown in JEV confirmed patients. An ELISA system was developed for its determination in clinical samples. In another study, the presence of cytokine IL-8 was also shown during acute phase in JE-confirmed patients.
Specific Area of Teaching: Biochemistry, Enzymology, Microbiology,Bacteriology, Virology.
Area of Research Interest: Microbiology, Virology, Biochemistry, Enzymology, Immunology.


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