Name: Munia Ganguly
Occupation: Biochemist Scientist at CIGIB
Munia Ganguly is an Indian biochemistry, biotechnologist and scientist at the Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology ICGIB. She is known for developing non-invasive protocols of drug delivery.
Muninaya Ganguly is a member of that unit. Who advocated IGI B in a joint research initiative between CSIR and IGIB to do chemistry with biology.
Muniya Ganguly is working on the intermediation method of nanocomplexa and nanoparticles of Carga molecules for different cell and tissue light. Dr. Muniya is a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for Nano Science and its applications. Which is sponsored by a national level seminar. She has served as the leader of the IGIB project, Nanomaterials and Nanodevices for applications in health and disease.
The team led by him has been able to develop a drug delivery system for Teva-related Vickers. In which plasmid DNA was transported using a nanomitter-sized peptide complex. Its effective effect is shown. And obviously without damaging the skin.
Dr. Muniyane holds two patents for the processes developed by you. Dr. Muniya has set up his laboratory at IGIB. His laboratory is primarily engaged in developing nucleic acid and efficient strategies for skin, eye and catfood using cell peptidating peptides. Which may ultimately be useful for the distribution of developed cargo to these organs.
Presently the focus of this laboratory is: 1) to develop peptide-based nanocomplexes for delivery of nucleic acids to various cell and tissue types. 2) To develop safe and efficient methods of cargo delivery for skin.
4. Awards and honors
1) Government of India has awarded him the National Biopsychology Award in 2012 for his contribution to bioscience.
2) Scientific articles that an online registry has listed 76 of them.
3) NanoWork is included in the ABSMSNW-2017 International Conference on Advances in Biological Systems and Materials Science.
4) He has edited the special volume of the journal Genomics Ramireng Trades in Health and Deceiver Science and Culture published in January 2011.
1) Inorganic Partial Syncythesis Via Micro and Microcolor A Micrometer to Nanometer Landscape Munia Ganguly 31 Octocar was published in 2003.