Dr Gisha Sivan did her PhD from Cochin University of Science and Technology, India on the biomedical aspects of fish venom. She later was awarded with CSIR RA to work on Nanotoxicology studies in Zebrafish and did her Postdoc (Kothari UGC) from University of Madras, Chennai in Biochemistry on In vitro and in vivo pharmacokinetics of nanoparticles encapsulating curcumin. Her teaching experience includes guiding graduate and postgraduate research projects at St Alberts College and Sacred Heart College, Kerala. She is an academic Counselor for IGNOU in Life sciences, Zoology and Biochemistry. Her current research includes Zebrafish developmental studies, nanoplastics, zooplankton (Euphausiid) bioactive compounds, and Leech medicinal therapy.
CAMPUS: Medical Research Centre, Medicine & Health Sciences, Kattankulathur - Chennai