Ms. Divya Gupta | Oncofertility | Best Researcher Award

Jiwaji University, Gwalior India

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Divya Gupta began her academic journey with a strong foundation in science. She completed her 10th and 12th grades from ICSE and ISC Boards in Delhi, showcasing her dedication to a rigorous educational curriculum. Her interest in biology and biotechnology led her to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology, laying the groundwork for her specialization in the field. She continued her academic excellence by achieving a Gold Medal in Zoology during her Master's program. This early success marked the beginning of her distinguished academic career, setting the stage for her future contributions to the field.

Professional Endeavors:

With a solid educational background, Divya embarked on her Ph.D. journey in Zoology at the School of Studies in Zoology, Jiwaji University, Gwalior. Her research focused on diverse areas, including endocrinology, reproductive biology, toxicology, pharmacology, histopathology, drug metabolism, nanotechnology, and statistics. This multidimensional approach reflects her versatility and commitment to exploring various facets of biological sciences. Her proficiency extends beyond academic pursuits, as evidenced by her skills in Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint, along with hands-on experience in cell culture techniques, ELISA, fluorescence microscopy, spectroscopic analysis, histological study, and bioinformatics.

Contributions and Research Focus:

As a DST INSPIRE Fellow, Divya Gupta has accumulated three years and two months of research experience. Her dedication is evident in her authored research papers (3), review articles (2), and contributions to four book chapters. Her expertise in diverse laboratory techniques, including ELISA, fluorescence microscopy, and spectroscopic analysis, highlights her practical contributions to the field of reproductive biology and toxicology. Her research focus spans critical areas such as endocrinology, reproductive biology, and drug metabolism. The intersection of these fields showcases her commitment to addressing complex biological questions with a comprehensive approach.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her academic achievements have been recognized through various accolades and awards. She was awarded the prestigious Dr. J. Bahadur Gold Medal in M.Sc. Zoology, attesting to her academic excellence. Furthermore, her research prowess earned her the M.P. Young Scientist Award in the Life Sciences discipline at the 38th M.P. Young Scientist Congress. A notable achievement includes securing the second position in a poster presentation at the International Conference on Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology (ICABB-2023). This recognition underscores her ability to communicate and disseminate her research findings on an international platform.

Impact and Influence:

Her contributions extend beyond research papers and awards. As a DST-INSPIRE Fellow, she actively participates in scientific communities, evident from her life memberships in ISCA (Indian Science Congress Association) and the Society of Toxicology, India. Her involvement reflects a commitment to collaborative scientific endeavors and staying updated with advancements in the field.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

With an already impressive academic and research portfolio, Divya Gupta's legacy lies in her multidimensional approach to biological sciences. Her commitment to learning new concepts and technologies, coupled with an open-minded and flexible problem-solving approach, positions her as a promising scientist.

Notable Publications 

Curative efficacy of polyphenols against acrylamide induced toxicity and analysis of acrylamide in Indian food by LCMS method
Shrivastava, S., Gupta, D., Gupte, S.S., ...Sharma, V., Shukla, S.

Phytochemical Screening and Evaluation of Antioxidant and Antiproliferative Potential of Morus alba (L.) Leaves Extracts against Breast Cancer Cell Lines
Soni, R., Gupta, D., Gupte, S., ...Shrivastava, S., Shukla, S.

Divya Gupta | Oncofertility | Best Researcher Award

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