I completed my PhD in the field of reproductive biology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. I established the role of human seminal plasma proteins (HSA-PIP complex and carboxypeptidase E) in the reproductive functions. After my PhD, I continued as a post-doctoral fellow in the same lab for 7 months. Then I worked as a scientist in IVF (In vitro Fertilization) laboratory, Department of Presidents Affairs (DOPA), Al Ain, UAE and I established IVF in animal model such as camel. Then I moved to Mayo Clinic, Rochester, US, where I worked as post-doctoral fellow in division of Hematology/Nephrology. During this period, I developed MALDI-TOF/MS based method for the identification of N-glycosylation in IgG light chain in patients with AL amyloidosis. Also, I explored the role of extracellular vesicles microRNA in the progression of kidney disease. Apart from this, I have 4 months of teaching experience as guest faculty for graduate level courses at Jamia Hamdard, Delhi. During my post-doctoral training, I acquired the necessary experimental skill set and writing abilities for a research grants and I developed expertise in clinical biomarker and assay development and cell signaling with a particular interest in the cancer and kidney disease.