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Dr. Annette Angel

Associate Professor, Life Science

annette.angel@sharda.ac.in

About

Dr. Annette Angel has done her Ph.D. from Desert Medicine Research Centre (Present NIIRNCD) Jodhpur, Rajasthan (affiliated to Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan) in the year 2012. Her doctoral work pertained to studies of macromolecular factors to detect dengue transmission or blocking proteins in Aedes mosquitoes wherein she reported two mosquito proteins i.e. Myosin heavy chain, non-muscle or smooth muscle of 224.1 kDa and myosin heavy chain, muscle of 224.3 kDa. Of these two proteins, non-muscle proteins had a larger structure than muscle protein which had comparatively a smaller structure. The former protein was observed to be associated with virus transmission blocking whereas muscle protein with smaller structure observed to be with virus presence. Her Masters was in the field of Zoology. She is an expert in field as well as laboratory work on Dengue and H1N1 viruses. Dr. Annette Angel has participated as a Tutor in number of training programs on molecular diagnosis of Dengue and H1N1 viruses. Dr. Angel, has also participated in establishing molecular diagnostic laboratory of H1N1 viruses in DMRC. She was awarded the prestigious ICMRs Post Doctoral Research Fellowship in the year 2014.

Later she joined National Centre for Disease Control, Delhi as Assistant Director in the Centre for Arboviral and Zoonotic Diseases wherein she was actively involved in Research, Training, Administrative and Academic responsibilities. Beside working on Dengue and H1N1 viruses, she has also worked in areas of infectious diseases like Chikungunya, Japanese Encephalitis, Toxoplasmosis, Neurocysticercosis, Echinococcosis, Leishmaniasis,  Rickettsial diseases, Leptospirosis,  Brucellosis etc.

She has number of National and International publications to her credit and has authored in book chapters. Dr. Annette is a reviewer in journals of National and International level. She has also participated in training activities at the National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune and National Institute of Cancer Prevention and Research (NICPR), Noida.

 

Experience
  • 11 Years
Qualification
  • Ph.D.
  • M.Sc.
Award & Recognition

  • ICMRs Post-Doctoral Fellowship in 2014

Research

Full Paper:

  • Joshi AP, Angel A, Angel B, Baharia RK, Rathore S, Sharma N, Yadav K, Thanvi S, Thanvi I, Joshi V. 2018. In-silico designing and testing of primers for Sanger Genome Sequencing of Dengue virus Types of Asian Origin. Journal of Genomics, 6:34-40. doi: 10.7150/jgen.22460
  • Thanvi I, Angel A, Angel B, Joshi V. 2017. Protein profiling of Oseltamivir treated nasopharyngeal cells of patients infected with Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1)2009 virus. International Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences. 7(2): 11-20.
  • Angel A., Angel B.Joshi, V. 2017.Age of initial cohort of Dengue patients could explain the origin of disease outbreak in a setting: A case control study of Rajasthan, India.Virus Disease. 28(2): 205-208.
  • Angel A, Angel B, Joshi AP, Baharia PK, Rathore S, Joshi V. 2016. First study of complete genome of Dengue -3 virus from Rajasthan, India: genomic characterization, amino acid variations and phylogenetic analysis. Virology Reports, 6, 32-40.
  • Angel A,Angel B, Joshi V. 2016. Rare occurrence of natural transovarial transmission of dengue virus and elimination of infected foci as a possible intervention method. Acta Tropica, 155, 1-5.
  • Angel B, Angel A, Joshi V. 2015. Multiple dengue viruses harboured by individual mosquitoes. Acta Tropica, 150, 107-110.
  • Angel A, Angel B, Bohra N, JoshiV. 2014. Structural study of mosquito ovarian proteins participating in Transovarial transmission of dengue viruses. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences,3 (4), 565-572.
  • Angel A, Angel B, Joshi V, Kucheria K.  2014. Sequential emergence of serological responses of human hosts in a progressive outbreak of Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in Rajasthan, India. Indian Journal of Applied Research,4 (5), 24-26.
  • Joshi V, Angel A, Angel B, Kucheria K. 2013. Egg laying sites of Aedes aegypti and their elimination as the crucial etiological intervention to prevent dengue transmission in Western Rajasthan, India.  International Journal of Scientific Research,2 (12), 468-469.
  • Joshi V, Angel B, Purohit A, Singhi M, Angel A, Bohra N. 2012. Studies on dengue outbreak in an arid town Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Journal of Communicable diseases, 44(2), 109-113.
  • Joshi V, Angel B, Chauhan R, Bohra N, Angel A, Singhi M, Mathur A, Solanki A. 2012. Immunity in Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever patients could be sensitized by Fresh blood transfusion.Indian Journal of Medical Case Reports, 1(1), 13-14.
  • Joshi V, Angel B, Purohit A, Singh H, Bohra N, Angel A, Chouhan R, Singhi M, Mathur A. 2012. Cases of pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 in Western Rajasthan, India. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 135 (3), 437-438.

Book Chapters:

  • Angel A, Angel B, Yadav N, Narang J, Yadav SS, Joshi V. Aedes Mosquitoes: The Universal Vector in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800-86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 1-17.
  • Angel A, Angel B, Yadav N, Narang J, Yadav SS, Joshi V. The Aedes Fauna: Different Aedes Species Inhabiting the Earth in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800-86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 21-54.
  • Joshi V, Angel B, Angel A, Yadav N, Narang J. Viral Pathogens: A General Account in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800-86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 81-94.
  • Angel B, Yadav N, Narang J, Angel A, Joshi V. Dengue Fever: A Viral Hemorrhagic Fever of Global Concern in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800- 86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 99-139.
  • Angel B, Yadav N, Narang J, Yadav SS, Angel A, Joshi V. Zika: An Ancient Virus Incipient into New Spaces in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti, Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800- 86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 187-204.
  • Yadav N, Angel B, Narang J, Yadav SS, Joshi V, Angel A. Yellow Fever: Emergence and Reality in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800- 86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 211-226.
  • Joshi V, Angel A, Angel B, Yadav N, Narang J, Yadav S. West Nile Virus: The Silent Neuro-Invasive Terror in Small Bite, Big Threat: Deadly Infections of the Aedes Aegypti; Jenny Stanford Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Singapore, 2020. ISBN 978-981-4800- 86-0 (Hardcover); ISBN 978-1-003-00329-8 (ebook); pages: 233-245. Genes Sequences submitted to NCBI,USA (Dengue-28; H1N1-78)

Certifications

  • Animal Cell Culture and Virus Isolation Techniques from National Institute of Virology, Pune.
  • Basic Molecular Biology techniques relevant to Cancer Research from National Institute of Cancer Prevention & Research (NICPR, formerly ICPO), Noida
  • Molecular Biology, Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics of Dengue  & H1N1 viruses from Desert Medicine Research Centre, I.C.M.R., Jodhpur
  • Training in Bioinformatics from DMRC, Jodhpur
  • Implementation Research(IR) (Online) with a focus on Infectious Diseases of Poverty (IDP),TDR,W.H.O.
  • Open WHO course (Online) on “Antimicrobial Stewardship: A competency-based approach” by W.H.O.
  • Open WHO course (Online) on “Pandemic Influenza Vaccines: National Deployment and Vaccination Plans” by W.H.O.

Area of Interest

  • Swine Flu
  • Dengue
  • Parasitic diseases
  • Hepatitis
  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma
  • Breast Cancer