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BioAsia Innovation Award

Multipurpose

BioAsia Innovation Award was introduced to recognize young scientists / students (below the age of 35 years) pursuing their research in any of the areas of biotechnology / lifesciences, and who have created a product or process of applied value or for utility in the welfare of human society.

Recipient history of BioAsia Innovation Awardees:
2016
Ms. Premnandhini Satgunam

L. V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad

Project: “Pediatric Perimeter - A Novel Device to Check Visual Field of Babies”


Mr. Vijay Soni

Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus/National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi

Project: “Depletion of M. Tuberculosis Glmu from Infected Murine Lungs effects the Clearance of the Pathogen”

2015
Mr. Soumitra Ghosh

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Project: “Nucleoid-Associated Protein HU: A Novel Target For Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Development”


Mr. Rahul Shubhra Mandal

National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases

Project: “Bacterial Lysr-Type Transcriptional Regulators (Lttrs) As Novel Targets For Broad- Spectrum TherapyAgainst Infections”

2014
Mr. Sudhanshu Kumar Shukla

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Project: "9-Gene Methylation Signature For Gliblastoma Survival Prediction".


Mr. Ankur Singh Saini

National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India

Project: "A Novel Approach To Target Antibody-Mediated Autoimmune Diseases By Decreasing Plasma Cell Lifespan."

2013
Paritosh Parashar

IIT Kanpur

Project: “BRITER: A BMP Responsive Osteoblast Reporter Cell Line”.


Rupam K Bhunia

IIT Kharagpur

Project:"An approach to genetically engineer the mechanism that determines the nutritional quality of sesame seed oil."


Anshuman Shukla

Punjab Univ Chandigarh

Project: "Oral delivery of Diphtheria-toxoid using nano-bilosomes induces significant systemic and mucosal immune response."

2012
Nooruddin Khan

Department of Biotechnology, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, A.P, India

Project: "Development of ELISA based approach to detect active Tuberculosis including smear-negative pulmonary and extra- pulmonary TB cases."


Dr. Shailja Tiwari

Drug Delivery Research laboratory, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr H. S. Gour Central University, Sagar, M.P, India.

Project: "Recombinant protein based liposomal combination vaccine for intranasal immunization against Hepatitis and Influenza"

2011
Ms. Chaitanya Reddy

Vishnu Dental College, Bhimavaram, AP, India.

Project: "Manually-operated mobile air compressor"

2010
Dr. Siddharth Tiwari

Plant Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering Division, NBRI, Lucknow.

Project: "Investigations on recombinant peanut seeds as anti-cholera-rabies fusion vaccine antigen expression

system: An approach towards the development of plant-based affordable vaccine"

2009
Dr. Sunil Kumar Verma

CCMB, Hyderabad, India.

Project: "Novel universal technique to establish the identity of enormous no. of animal species for forensic application"

2008
Dr. K S Jagannathan

Shanta Biotechnics Ltd.,

Project: "Strong systematic and mucosal immune response to surface-modified PLGA microsphears containing recombinant Hep-B antigen administered intranasally"


Dr. Sharmistha Banerjee

University of Hyderabad.

Project: "Mycobacterium tuberculosis proteins, isocitrate dehydrogenises 1 & 2 differentiate BCG vaccinated population from TB- infected populations: potential ELISA based assay for accurate detection of tuberculosis"

2007
Dr. N. Madhusudan Reddy

CDFD, Hyderabad, India.

Project: "A microbial process for L-Arginine Production"