Ms. Sharada Avadhanam is one of the top most forensic scientists in India. Currently she is the Deputy Director of the Andhra Pradesh Police Academy in Hyderabad. She has written more than thirteen books on various forensic science subjects. Her research interests are in the area of DNA finger printing, forensic science and computer forensics.
Mrs. G Jyothsna was a gold medallist for the Academic year 2010 from Kakatiya University, Warangal. Presently she is Senior Research Associate with BioAxis DNA research Centre Pvt Ltd Hyderabad and is involved in handling the Biotechnology and Bioinformatics Research projects of Organisation. Jyothsna also holds responsibility of Asst. Editor for International Journal “Helix”. Mrs Jyothsna has organised several Conferences and Workshops in the field ofBioinformatics and Biotechnology in collaboration with number of Universitiesand Research Organisations. She has more than 10 International Publications.She has guided 500+ students in successful completion of their academic Projects.Jyothsna is also one of the active members in a DST Sponsored IRHPA project onType 2 Diabetes. Her areas of Research include Mutational Studies and ProteinAnalysis.
Ms. Amita Kashyap is Principal Investigator at CRRao AIMSCS, University of Hyderabad Campus. Prior to this she was Head of Academic Operations at BioAxis DNA Research Centre (P) Ltd since 2006. After completing her Masters degree in Molecular Biology at Patna Science College, she joined BioAxis DNA Research Centre Pvt Ltd Hyderabad. She has wide experience of handling various corporate R&D and service based Projects related to Molecular Biology, DNA Fingerprinting and Bioinformatics. She was one of the members of the BDRC Team in 2008 when the company delivered DNA Based Evidence collection training to Andhra Pradesh Police in various DTCs and PTCs Andhra Pradesh. Her work on Forensic Bioinformatics was awarded the best Paper award at IEEE Conference ICACT in 2013 also for her novel work on Reverse vaccinology she received Gold Medal at Biotech 2007 at Indian institute of Toxicology Research, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Lucknow. Amita has delivered more than 40 invited talks at various academic organizations and organized special session on Bioinformatics at PRIB Conference at Singapore 2007. She has guided more than 150 student projects of various post graduate levels and has 11 peer reviewed International publications to her credit. Her Research Interests includes molecular interactions, primarily those between regulatory proteins and their DNA/RNA targets, protein-protein interactions, protein-peptide interactions, DNA Fingerprinting and Profiling and Drug discovery.