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अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान, नई दिल्ली
All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

Dr. Kalpana Luthra

 

Address: Room No-4001, 4th Floor,

                 Department of Biochemistry,

                 Convergence Block,

                 All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

                 New Delhi-110029

Phone: 011-26549242

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Academic Details:

PhD in Biochemistry in the year 1994, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.

Masters in Science (M.Sc in Biochemistry) in the year 1987, SIES College, Mumbai

Affiliation: Professor in the Department of Biochemistry, AIIMS, New Delhi

 

Notable Awards and Society Memberships:

 

  • Shakuntala Amir Chand Prize awarded by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for the year 2003.
  • AIIMS Excellence Award 2013 in Basic Sciences (2nd Prize)
  • ‘Best Oral Paper award’ and medal for the paper, entitled “Neutralization of tier-2 viruses and epitope profiling of plasma antibodies from subtype-C HIV-1 infected North Indians; Implications for MPER directed HIV-1 neutralization”, presented at the “International Science Symposium on HIV & Infectious Diseases”, 20-22nd January, 2012, Chennai.
  • Best Poster Award: Anti-V3 human monoclonal antibodies and scFvs produced from Indian clade C human immunodeficiency virus Type-1 (HIV-1) infected patients show cross clade binding and neutralization. Andrabi R, Kalra R, Bala M, Nair A, Khan L, Makdhoomi M, Ashutosh Tiwari, Biswas A, Wig N, Kumar P, Subrata Sinha, Luthra K. World conference on HIV & AIDS (WCHA-2012), held at Kottayam, Kerala, from 9-11 November, 2012. 
  • Recipient of the FAIMER (Foundation of Advanced International Medical Education and Research) fellowship in year 2006.
  • Fogarty fellowship in year 2002 for a short term training at the New York University School of Medicine, New York, under the Fogarty AIDS and Tuberculosis International Training and Research Program.
  • Qualified national level examination conducted by the University Grants Commission - Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (UGC-CSIR) Joint examination (Master’s Level) in the subject of Life Sciences for the award of UGC Junior Research Fellowship in the year 1988.
  • Dr. P.S Murthy best paper award for paper entitled “Expression of CXCR4 receptor in human placenta: Implications in HIV transmission”, presented at the 30th Annual conference of the Association of Clinical Biochemists of India, 19-22 January, 2004.

 

Life member of the following Societies:

  • Association of Clinical Biochemists of India (ACBI)
  • Indian Immunology Society (IIS)
  • Indian Academy of Biomedical Sciences (IABS)
  • Society of Free Radical Research (SFRR)

 

Research Focus of the Lab:

Current Research: Immune characterization of HIV-1: The laboratory is focussed on characterizing the immune response elicited in subtype C HIV-1 infected donors and isolation  of cross neutralizing human monoclonal antibodies effective against different subtype C and non-subtype C  HIV-1. Potent broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) can be useful reagents for passive immunotherapy. Further, the epitopes recognized by these bNAbs can be useful in immunogen design that can be incorporated into vaccines to elicit similar protective neutralizing antibodies in the vaccines. 

Prof.Luthra’s research group have isolated a human anti-HIV-1 cross neutralizing V3 monoclonal antibody from subtype C infected donor that has been awarded a patent in South Africa and India.

Patent: Invention Title: “Neutralizing human anti-V3 monoclonal antibody generated from HIV-1 Clade C infected Indian patient” Authors: Dr. Kalpana Luthra, Dr. RaieesAndrabi, Dr. Naveet Wig, Dr. Ashutosh Biswas, Patent Application No: 1882/DEL/2012. The above patent was advertised and granted on 26 February 2014 (Patent number: ZA Patent No. 2013/04490).

Prof. Luthra has undertaken collaborative international research projects in an R01 Indo-US project on immune characterization of HIV-1 infected donors. In a recently completed Indo-South Africa collaborative project, her team has generated recombinant human monoclonal scFv antibody fragments against HIV-1 that exhibit good cross neutralizing potential against subtype C and non-subtype C HIV-1 viruses. The epitope specificities of the scFvmonoclonals are being mapped in the lab to identify neutralizing determinants for immunogen design.

Previous Research work conducted in the lab: Genetic basis of lipid related and Vascular disorders

Prof. Luthra has worked on the genomic polymorphism of lipoprotein (a) and trained in the latest molecular techniques at the Molecular Biology laboratory of Institute for Medical Biology & Human Genetics, University of Innsbruck, Austria, in 1997 and   transferred the technology in her laboratory at AIIMS. She worked extensively on Lp(a) polymorphism and its association with coronary artery disease (CAD); apolipoprotein E polymorphism and association with CAD and neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. This work is extensively published in international journals. For her contribution in this area of lipoprotein research work, she was awarded the prestigious Shakuntala Amir Chand Prize by the Indian Council Medical Research for the year 2003.

Prof. Luthra is an invited reviewer for a number of international and national journals such as PLoS One, BMC Biotechnology, BMC Genetics and a reviewer of grants submitted for funding to international agency such as Wellcome Trust, a number of national agencies such as Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC), Department of Biotechnology, Department of Science and Technology, Indian Council of Medical Research and Information Technology Research Academy (ITRA-HuSim). She is an active member of a number of institutional committees such as the Institute Ethics committee for Post Graduate Research (IECPGR), Stem cell committee (IC-SCR), Annual report editing committee etc.

She has been involved actively in organizing a number of scientific national conferences and workshops on Medical education. She is a FAIMER (Foundation of Advanced Medical Education and Research) fellow and is involved as a facilitator in annually training and orienting fresh faculty in the Institute in basic and advanced research techniques. She is a chief guide for a number of PhD, MD, M.Sc (Masters) students in Biochemistry and co-guide of students for their PhD and Masters’ program. She also regularly provides summer training and orients undergraduate Medical students and post graduate students to the research work in her laboratory. Facilitated by her constant support and encouragement, her research students have received international travel grants and regularly attend international symposia such as the Keystone symposia and Summer schools in Immunology and present their original research work at international conferences such as AIDS Vaccine, IAS, Keystone Symposia etc.

 

List of Lab members (Including technicians and attendants) (In year 2016)

S No

Name

Position

1

Dr. Lubina Khan

SERB National Postdoctoral fellow

2

Mr. Muzamil Ashraf Makdoomi

Ph.D student (SRF in project)

3

Ms. Heena Agarwal

Ph.D student (CSIR, SRF)

4

Mr. Sanjeev Kumar

Ph.D student (JRF in project)

5

Mr. NiteshMisra

Ph.D student

6

Mrs. Ambili P

Ph.D student (Registered from JamiaHamdard)

7

Mrs. Amrita Sachdeva

Stenographer (Permanent)

8

Mr. Anil Kumar

Lab Attendant (Project)

9

Mr. Ajeesh T Gangadharan

Data Entry Operator (Project)

10

Mr. Abdul Wahid Hussain

Lab Technician (Project)

 

Key publications:

  1. Pananghat AN, Aggarwal H, Prakash SS, Makhdoomi MA, Singh R, Lodha R, Ali S, Srinivas M, Das BK, Pandey RM, Kabra SK, Luthra K.IL-8 Alterations in HIV-1 Infected Children With Disease Progression. Medicine (Baltimore). 2016 May;95(21):e3734
  2. Chaudhary O, Kumar S, Bala M, Singh J, Hazarika A, Luthra K. Association of DC-SIGNR Expression in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells with DC-SIGNR Genotypes in HIV-1 Infection. Viral Immunol. 2015 Oct;28(8):472-5.
  3. Khan L, Makhdoomi MA, Kumar S, Nair A, Andrabi R, Clark BE, Auyeung K, Bhattacharya J, Vajpayee M, Wig N, Pantophlet R, Luthra K. Identification of CD4-Binding Site Dependent Plasma Neutralizing Antibodies in an HIV-1 Infected Indian Individual.PLoS One. 2015 May 11;10(5):e0125575
  4. Dinesh Bure, Muzamil A. Makhdoomi, Rakesh Lodha, SomiSankaran Prakash, Rajesh Kumar, Hilal A. Parray, Ravinder Singh, Sushil K. Kabra  and Kalpana Luthra. Mutations in the Reverse Transcriptase and Protease Genes of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 from Antiretroviral Naïve and Treated Pediatric Patients. Viruses, February, 2015, 7, 590-603.
  5. Andrabi R, Makhdoomi MA, Kumar R, Bala M, Parray H, Gupta A, Kotnala A, Thirumurthy V, Luthra K. Highly efficient neutralization by plasma antibodies from human immunodeficiency virus type-1 infected individuals on antiretroviral drug therapy. J ClinImmunol. 2014 May;34(4):504-13.
  6. Chaudhary O, Bala M, Singh J, Hazarika A, Kumar R, Luthra K. The DC-SIGNR 7/5 Genotype is Associated with High Dendritic Cell Counts and Their Subsets in Patients Infected with HIV-1. J ClinImmunol. 2013 May;33(4):788-97.
  7. Kumar R, Andrabi R, Tiwari A, Prakash SS, Wig N, Dutta D, Sankhyan A, Khan L, Sinha S, Luthra K. A novel strategy for efficient production of anti-V3 human scFvs against HIV-1 clade C. BMC Biotechnol. 2012 Nov 15;12:87.
  8. Andrabi R, Kumar R, Bala M, Nair A, Biswas A, Wig N, Kumar P, Pal R, Sinha S, Luthra K. Production and characterization of human anti-V3 monoclonal antibodies from the cells of HIV-1 infected Indian donors.Virol J. 2012 Sep 12;9:196.
  9. Andrabi R, Bala M, Kumar R, Wig N, Hazarika A, Luthra K.Neutralization of tier-2 viruses and epitope profiling of plasma antibodies from human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infected donors from India.PLoS One. 2012;7 (8):e43704.

10.Prakash SS­, Kalra R, Lodha R, Kabra SK, Luthra K. Diversity of HIV-1 envelope (V3-V5) sequence in HIV-1 infected Indian children. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2012 May;28(5):505-9.

 

Other information

  • 5 undergraduate MBBS students awarded Kishore VaigyanikProtsahanYojana (K.V.P.Y) by Department of Science & Technology (DST) for summer training projects under my supervision.
  • 3 undergraduate medical students awarded Short Term Studentship (STS) by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for summer training projects under my supervision.

 

The research funds provided by Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Department of Science & Technology (DST), Indian Council of Medical Research and AIIMS New Delhi are acknowledged.

 

 

 

Research Group Members

 1.   Dr. Lubina khan, National Post-Doc Fellow (DST, India)

 

Dr. Lubina Khan has being recently awarded with National Post-Doctoral Fellowship, DST, India and is currently working under Prof. Kalpana Luthra on project entitled “Isolation and characterization of monoclonal antibodies from Memory B cells of HIV-1 infected Indian Individuals”. She has completed her PhD from the same laboratory in January, 2016 and worked on her PhD thesis entitled “Immunological characterization of the HIV-1 clade C envelope glycoprotein (gp160) from Indian patients”.

FELLOWSHIPS/ACHIEVEMENTS/AWARDS

▪     Recipient of National Post-Doctoral Fellowship from SERB, DST, INDIA.

▪     Recipient of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)/Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) from Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) as PhD student at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi..

▪     ICMR Travel grant recipient for Keystone Symposia on “HIV Vaccines 2013” in Colorado USA, from ICMR.

▪     Global Health travel awards From Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to attend Keystone Symposia on “HIV Vaccines 2015” Banff, Alberta, Canada

▪     Got First Prize in Oral Presentation in “Symposium on World Immunology Day” AIIMS.

▪     Qualified UGC/CSIR, National Eligibility Test (NET)/ Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) exams twice (Dec 2009 and June 2010) conducted by Human Resource Development India (HRD).

▪     Gold medalist of the batch in Master of Biotechnology, JamiaHamdard University, New Delhi, India. 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. 1.    Lubina Khan, Muzamil Ashraf Makhdoomi, Sanjeev Kumar, Ambili Nair, RaieesAndrabi, Brenda E. Clark, Kate Auyeung, Jayanta Bhattacharya, Madhu Vajpayee, Naveet Wig, Ralph Pantophlet, Kalpana Luthra. Identification of CD4-Binding Site Dependent Plasma Neutralizing Antibodies in an HIV-1 Infected Indian Individual. PLoS One 2015 | DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125575.
  2. Rajesh Kumar, RaieesAndrabi, Ashutosh Tiwari, Prakash SomiSankaran, Naveet Wig, Durgashree Dutta, Anurag Sankhyan, Lubina Khan, Subrata Sinha, Kalpana Luthra. A novel strategy for efficient production of anti-V3 human scFvs against HIV-1 clade C. BMC Biotechnology 2012, 12:87 (Methodology article).
  3. Lubina Khan1#, Rajesh Kumar1#, Hilal Ahmad Parray1, Sanjeev Kumar1,Muzamil Ashraf Makhdoomi1, Ramachandran Thiruvengadam1, Raksha Das2, Raghavan Varadarajan2, Jayanta Bhattacharya3, Madhu Vajpayee4, KG Murugavel5, Suniti Solomon5, Subrata Sinha6 and Kalpana Luthra1. Cross neutralizing anti-CD4 binding site and anti-V3 human single chain variable fragment (scFv) monoclonals identified from a recombinant phage library constructed from pooled PBMCs. (Under communication).

 

2. Mr. Muzamil A Makhdoomi, PhD Scholar:

 

Mr. Muzamil is a final year PhD student in the Department of Biochemistry at AIIMS, New Delhi. A part of his PhD thesis is to serially assess the humoral immune response against the HIV-1 in infected children in terms of the development of neutralizing antibodies over a period of time. The second part of his thesis is to generate HIV-1 envelope pseudoviruses from infected children and assess the neutralization profiles of sequential pseudoviruses over time and then correlate the neutralization patterns with viral sequence evolution.

Earlier he did his masters in Biochemistry from the University of Kashmir (UOK), Srinagar. He also obtained his MPhil degree from the Department Biochemistry at UOK, Srinagar, where he studied the etiopathogenesis of Esophageal cancer; the most common cancer in the valley, at population level and identified certain genetic and epidemiologic risk factors.

He received the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health Travel Award to attend a Keystone Symposia-HIV Vaccine, California, USA. He was awarded AIDS-2016 Scholarship by International AIDS Society to attend AIDS-2016, Durban, South Africa. He got full scholarship from ISHEID-2016, Marseille, France, to attend a meeting on pathogenesis and prevention of HIV.

 

3. Ms. Heena Aggarwal, Ph.D Scholar:

Ms. Heena is working under the guidance of Prof. Kalpana Luthra as Ph.D student since Feb, 2013. Her study aims at understanding the immunopathogenesis of HIV-1 infection from the infected pediatric individuals. Her Ph.D thesis work is focussed on enumeration of dendritic cell status and modulation of immune response in HIV-1 infected children. She completed her masters in Biochemistry from JamiaHamdard. She has been awarded full scholarship to attend HIV R4P, HIV Research for Prevention 2016: Chicago, USA. She received scholarship from ISHEID-2016, Marseille, France, to attend a meeting on HIV and emerging infectious diseases. She qualified GATE 2013 exam (All India Rank 2), and CSIR NET Dec 2012 exam (AIR-13).

 

 

Research Publication:

  1.  Pananghat AN#, Aggarwal H#, Prakash SS, Makhdoomi MA, Singh R, Lodha R, Ali S, Srinivas M, Das BK, Pandey RM, Kabra SK, Luthra K. .IL-8 alterations in HIV-1 infected 1 children with disease progression. Medicine (Baltimore). 2016 May; 95(21):e3734. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000003734. # equal contribution
  2. Omkar Chaudhary, Sanjeev Kumar, Heena Aggarwal, Muzamil A Makhdoomi, Jasbir Singh, Anjali Hazarika and Kalpana Luthra. DC SIGNR silencing reduces HIV-1 infection in Dendritic cells. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2014 (Suppl 3):O8 DOI: 10.1186/1471-2334-14-S3-O8.abstract.

 

 

 

4. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, PhD Scholar:

Mr. Sanjeev Kumar is a third year PhD student and working on “Isolation and characterization of human anti-HIV-1 monoclonal antibodies from infected children” as part of his PhD thesis work under the supervision of Prof. Kalpana Luthra since August, 2014-till date.

Earlier, he worked in the same laboratory for his master’s thesis entitled “Generation and characterization of human recombinant single chain variant fragments (scFv) against envelope glycoprotein of subtype-C HIV-1 from pediatric patients” within the period August, 2012-May, 2014.He completed his graduation in B.Sc. (Hons.) Biochemistry from Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi in 2012.He received scholarship to attend the flow cytometry training workshop on “Vaccine design and development” by International AIDS vaccine initiative IAVI held at NIRT, Chennai, India and a scholarship to attend International Science Symposium on HIV and infectious diseases “HIV Science 2014” Chennai India.

Conferences/Poster or Oral Presentations/Workshops/Awards:

  1. Attended the flow cytometry training workshop on “Vaccine design and development” by “International AIDS vaccine initiative” IAVI held at NIRT, Chennai, India from 26-30 October, 2015.
  2.  Attended International Science Symposium on HIV and infectious diseases, “HIV Science 2014” Chennai India and presented ePoster entitled “Production of cross neutralizing single chain fragment variable (scFv) from HIV-1 infected Indian children” as an oral presentation.
  3. Attended National conference "IMMUNOCON 2013" at New Delhi, India and presented poster entitled “Generation and characterization of anti-CD4bs scFv from subtype-C HIV-1 infected children”.
  4. Attended National conference “ACBICON 2013” at New Delhi, India and presented poster entitled “Construction and screening of human recombinant single chain variant fragments (scFv) phage library against envelope glycoprotein of subtype-C HIV-1 from pediatric patients”.
  5. Qualified CSIR/UGC National Eligibility Test for lectureship (NET-LS) exam conducted by Human Resource Development India (HRD) in 2014.
  6. Won Runner-up prize “Joginder Singh Duggal Memorial Award” in Quiz competition-2014 organized by Society of Young Scientists (SYS) in April 2014 at AIIMS, New Delhi.
  7. Secured 7th Rank at National level in 4th International Level Science Talent Examinations 2002-2003.
  8. Secured 1st Rank at School level in International Level Science Programme ‘SCIENCE 2000’ in 2000-2001.

Publications:

  1. Sanjeev Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, MuzamilMakhdoomi, Lubina Khan, SS Prakash, Ramachandran Thiruvengadam, MohitSingla, Rakesh Lodha, SK Kabra, Subrata Sinha, and Kalpana Luthra. Production of cross neutralizing single chain fragment variable (scFv) from HIV-1 infected Indian children. BMC Infect Dis. 2014; 14(Suppl 3): E25. Published online 2014 May 27. doi: 10.1186/1471-2334-14-S3-E25.abstract.
  2. Chaudhary O, Kumar S, Bala M, Singh J, Hazarika A, Luthra K. Association of DC-SIGNR Expression in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells with DC-SIGNR Genotypes in HIV-1 Infection. Viral Immunol. 2015 Oct;28(8):472-5. doi: 10.1089/vim.2014.0148.
  3. Khan L, Makhdoomi MA, Kumar S, Nair A, Andrabi R, Clark BE, Auyeung K, Bhattacharya J, Vajpayee M, Wig N, Pantophlet R, Luthra K. Identification of CD4-Binding Site Dependent Plasma Neutralizing Antibodies in an HIV-1 Infected Indian Individual. PLoS One.2015 May 11;10(5):e0125575. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0125575.
  4. Chaudhary Omkar, Kumar Sanjeev, MakhdoomiMuzamil A., Bala Manju, Singh Jasbir, Hazarika Anjali, Kumar Rajesh, and Luthra Kalpana. Protective Role OF DC-SIGNR in HIV-1 Pathogenesis. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. October 2014, 30(S1): A124-A124. doi:10.1089/aid.2014.5240.abstract.
  5. Omkar Chaudhary, Sanjeev Kumar, M A Makhdoomi, Manju Bala, Jasbir Singh, Anjali Hazarika, Rajesh Kumar, Kalpana Luthra. DC-SIGNR polymorphism and expression: correlation with dendritic cell count and subsets in Indian HIV-1 infected patients and injecting drug users. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. November 2013, 29 (11): A-1-A-208.abstract.
  6. Omkar Chaudhary, Sanjeev Kumar, Heena Aggarwal, Muzamil A Makhdoomi, Jasbir Singh, Anjali Hazarika and Kalpana Luthra. DC SIGNR silencing reduces HIV-1 infection in Dendritic cells. BMC Infectious Diseases. 2014 (Suppl 3):O8 DOI: 10.1186/1471-2334-14-S3-O8.abstract.

 

5. Mr. Nitesh Mishra, PhD Scholar:

Mr. Nitesh Mishra is a first year PhD student currently working in the lab of Dr. Kalpana Luthra. For his PhD, he will be working on characterization of HIV-1 Clade C Env Clones. He is working on another project in which he is looking at association of certain complement proteins in the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease and one clinical trial in which he is looking at impact of probiotics on immune system of newly born children.

He completed his M.Sc. Biochemistry from AIIMS in May 2016. He had done his M.Sc. Thesis titled “Expression of complement receptor 3 and CD46 on dendritic cells of HIV-1 infected antiretroviral naïve and treated individuals” from Dr. Kalpana Luthra’s Lab. He completed his graduation in B.Sc. (H) Biochemistry from University of Delhi in 2014. He recently won second prize in “Young Scientist Oral Presentation” at 5th CME on Clinical Biochemistry at SGRH, New Delhi.

 

6. MadhavMohata, MBBS Student:

Mr. MadhavMohata is a 5th semester MBBS student currently working along with Mr. Nitesh Mishra on the project entitled ‘Relations of leukocyte membrane complement regulatory proteins with the pathophysiology and severity of coronary artery disease’ and also on a clinical trial of probiotics on its impact on the immunity of the newborns.

 

 

7. Mudit Agarwal, MBBS Student:

 

Mr. Mudit Agarwal is a 2nd year MBBS Student in AIIMS, New Delhi.

 

8. RishikeshChoudhari, MBBS Student:

 

Mr. RishikeshChoudhari is a 2nd year MBBS Student in AIIMS, New Delhi.

 

9. Anil Kumar, Lab Attendent:

Mr. Anil Kumar is working as a Lab Attendent in Dr. K Luthra’s lab in a research project since May, 2003. His nature of duties are like to separate serum from blood samples, packing of tips, autoclaving and sterilization of plastic/glasswares, washing of equipment and cleaning of culture lab. He has completed his 12th standard Delhi in 2013.

 

10. Ajeesh T. Gangadharan, Data Entry Operator:

Mr. Ajeesh T. Gangadharan is working as a Data Entry Operator in Dr. K Luthra’s lab in a research project since October, 2005. His nature of works are entering and systematically maintain patient data in Excel sheet, to contact and sent written communications for getting quotations for chemicals, preparing supply orders, processing bills, maintaining Accounts of the project, maintaining stock register, compilation of the project reports. He has completed his B.Com from MG University, Kerala in 2002.

 

 

11. Abdul Wahid Hussain, Lab. Technician:

Mr. Abdul Wahid Hussain is working as a Lab Technician in Dr. K Luthra’s lab in a research project since January, 2010. He is an expert phlebotomist. His nature of works are cell culture (mammalian and bacterial) media preparation, Buffers preparation etc., PCR, DNA isolation, Patient sample collection, PBMCs isolation, Protein purification, Biological substance distribution to collaborators, Procurement/ordering of chemicals and lab instruments maintenance. He has completed his DMLT from Cochin, Kerala in year 2003.

12. Amrita Sachdeva, Stenographer:

Mrs. Amrita Sachdeva is working as a Stenographer under Dr. K luthra since December, 2014. She joined Department of Biochemistry, AIIMS, New Delhi in June, 2003. Her nature of works are to take dictations in shorthand and transcribe the official letters, comments on review articles; project proposals, to compile teaching schedules, attend phone calls and coordinate the meetings, help in making ppts for classes and talks of Prof. K Luthra. She has completed her B.A. from University of Delhi in year 1996.

 

 

 

 

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