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Name of the Candidate:Subasa Chnadra Bishwal
Name of the Post Applied:Research Analyst
Job related skills / software:Technology intelligence, Competitive intelligence, Landscape analysis, White space analysis
Category:Medical
Sub Category:Medical Research Scientist
Years of Experience:2 years
State:Haryana
Gender:Male
Salary Expected per Month(Rs):70,000 to 80,000
Highest Qualification attained:Ph.D. / PhD : Doctor of Philosophy
Major / Specialization:Life Science
Email Id:scbishwal AT gmail.com
 
Are you looking for job now?:Yes
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Subasa Chandra Bishwal
GS-47 (2nd Floor), Green Street, Malibu Town
Sector-47, Gurugram.

Phone  : 9711686741,
Email  : scbishwal AT gmail.com

Research professional with an analytical frame of mind. Expert in conducting primary and secondary research with knowledge of Biotech and Healthcare industry, and major customer segments and product types.

Academic Qualifications  :
** Ph.D. Life Science,(Submitted)“Identification of Sputum based Biomarker for Tuberculosis Diagnosis”, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi and registration at School of Life Science, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, India.
** M. Phil. (2009-2010) Life Science (Biochemistry)(2009-2010) School of Life Science, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, India.
** M.Sc.(2007-2009) Life Science (2007-2009) School of Life Science, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, India.
** B.Sc. (Hons) (2004-2007) Zoology, Botany, Chemistry (2004-2007) Department of Zoology, Jawaharla College Patnagarh, Odisha, India

Experience  :
Research Associate (Feb2017 to till date)  :
Ingenious e-Brain Solutions, Gurgaon, Haryana.

** Patent Analysis
** Technology Intelligence
** Competitive Intelligence
** Landscape analysis
** Report writing
** Thomson innovation, Orbit, MS Office,

Senior Research Fellow (April 2016 to Feb 2017)  :
Translational Health Group, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi, India.

** Coordination with collaborative clinical centres for patient recruitment, sampling, sample transport. Characterization of human sample, Quantitative proteomics, Targeted metabolite analysis in sputum using GC-MS.
** Systematic reviewprotocol development for biomarker studies.

Lab Management  :Coordination with the vendors for consumables and Lab instruments, Consumable stock maintenance.
Literature search  : MEDLINE, PubMED, EMBASE, web of science. Study registries like: PROSPERO, CENTRAL, International Clinical Trials Registry Platform, ClincalTrials.gov

Junior Research Fellow (Jan 2013 to March 2016)  :
Immunology Group, International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi, India.“Electronics nose to smell tuberculosis from breath VOCs” sponsored by Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.

** Coordination with collaborative clinical centres for patient recruitment, sampling, sample transport
** Volatome analysis using multidimensional Gas Chromatography (GCxGC-Tof MS, Leco USA). Identification of candidate biomarker for TB diagnosis from exhaled breath and urine of TB patient.

Lab Management  :Coordination with the vendors for consumables and Lab instruments, Consumable stock maintenance.

Research Assistant (Jan 2011 to Oct 2012)  :
Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Science and Research (VIMSAR),Burla, India.
“Odisha Sickle Cell Project” Funded by NRHM, India.

** PCR based analysis of mutations for Sickle cell, thalassaemia and other haemoglobin disorder.
** Follow up of the sickle cell anaemia patients under hydroxyl urea therapy for blood biochemistry and clinical study
** Counselling of patients and their family member enrolled in Sickle Cell Unit of the Hospital.

Peer Reviewed International Publications  :
Bishwal SC,Das MK, Badireddy VK, Dabral D, Das A, Mahapatra AR, Sahu S, Malakar D, Singh I, Mazumdar H, Patgiri SJ, Deka T, Kapfo W, Liegise K, Kupa R, Debnath S, Bhowmik R, Debnath R, Behera RK, Pillai MG, Deuri P, Nath R, Khalo KP, Sing WA, Pandit B, Das A, Bhattacharya S, Behera D, Saikia L, Khamo V, and Nanda RK* Sputum Proteomics Reveals a Shift in Vitamin D-binding Protein and Antimicrobial Protein Axis in Tuberculosis Patients, (Accepted Scientific Report)

** Bishwal SC, Nanda RK, Behera RK (2018) Sputum as a Diagnostic Matrix for Respiratory Disease Screening, International Journal of Health Sciences and Research  :8(6): 344-351
** Das MK, Bishwal SC, Das A, Dabral D, Badireddy VK, Pandit B, Varghese GM, Nanda RK (2015) Deregulated tyrosine–phenylalanine metabolism in pulmonary tuberculosis patients. Journal of proteome research, 14(4)  : pp.1947-1956.
** Das MK, Bishwal SC, Das A, Dabral D, Varshney A, Badireddy VK, Nanda RK (2013) Investigation of gender-specific exhaled breath volatome in humans by GCxGC-TOF-MS. Analytical chemistry, 86(2)  : pp.1229-1237.

Book Chapter  :
Das MK, Das A, Bishwal SC, Varshney A, Pendurthi S, Singh I, Singh WA, Varghese GM, Pandit B, Nanda RK (2016) GC × GC-TOFMS Measurement of Actively Sampled Indoor Air VOCs. In Frontiers in Life Sciences, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi.

Conference Proceedings  :
** Sputum proteome analysis to characterize respiratory disease phenotype  : atNational Conference on Frontiers in Life Sciences, School of Life Sciences, Sambalpur University, Jyotivihar, Burla, Odisha. On 12th -13th December 2015 (Oral presentation)
** Comparative Quantitative sputum proteomics in pulmonary tuberculosis patients showed deregulation in cathelicidin and Vitamin D receptor axis  :at International conference on Proteomics: Present and Future, Centre for cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad. On 22th- 24th Nov 2014. (Poster Presentation)

Awards  :
Awarded certificate of fellowship grant for best poster in 53rd Annual Conference of Indian Society of Hematology and Blood Transfusion (ISHBT-2012).

Declaration  :
I hereby declare that the information furnished above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

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