Research Grants

Symbiosis School of Biological Sciences (SSBS) (formerly School of Biomedical sciences) "Research" is Culture. Students of M.Sc. Biotechnology are encouraged to be imaginative and think in terms of originality and distinctiveness. We train and nurture our students in an intellectual environment which is not only conducive in creating new knowledge but also provides them with the right impetus for a life dedicated to scientific endeavors.

The synthesis of teaching and research is fundamental to Symbiosis School of Biological Sciences. Therefore our faculty who engage in teaching students have excellent scientific aptitude and come from strong research backgrounds. Presently research is focused on areas such as Stem Cell Biology, Immunology and Vaccines, Bioprocess engineering, bacterial quorum sensing, metabolic engineering.

Grants Received - Government Funded

S. No. TITLE OF THE PROJECT PRICIPLE INVESTIGATOR WITH DESIGNATION FUNDING AGENCY SCHEME AMOUNT (IN LAC INR) TENURE OF THE PROJECT STATUS
1 Investigation of molecular mechanisms in antiglycation activity of Syzygium jambolanum homeopathic preparations in diabetic nephropathy Dr. Rashmi S. Tupe
Associate Professor
Ministry of AYUSH,
Govt. of India
Call for joint proposal 52.2 2020-2022 Ongoing
2 'PreventIT - Risk management and prevention of antimicrobial resistance’' ‘Institutional Grant - Co-orodinator
- Dr. Sunil Saroj’
European Union, Erasmus+ Erasmus+: International Capacity Building in Higher Education Euro 117,147 2019-2022 Ongoing
3 Deciphering the role of microbes in agarwood deposition and functional characterization of important key enzymes Dr. Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor
Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India North East Twinning Program 26.66 2018-2021 Ongoing
4 Exploring the biotechnological potential of mango b-glucosidases for improving the flavor of mango products Dr. Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor
Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Govt. of India Rolling Scheme 27.71 2018-2021 Ongoing
5 Molecular analyses of extracellular vesicles isolated from bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stromal cells treated with specific signalling modifiers and assessment of their effects on the fate of hematopoietic stem cells Dr. Anuradha Vaidya
Associate Professor & Deputy Director
Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India Call for proposal 32.26 2017-2020 Ongoing
6 Investigating the biotechnological potential of Lactobacillus b-glucosidases in releasing important phytochemicals during mango fruit processing Dr. Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor
Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India Early Career Research Award 41.44 2017-2020 Ongoing
7 Microbial cross talks: Mechanisms of bacterial signaling interference in virulence determinants and pathogenesis Dr. Sunil Saroj
Associate Professor
Department of Biotechnology (DBT, Ramalingaswami fellowship), Govt. of India Ramalingaswami fellowship 32.5 2017-2022 Ongoing
8 Development of a microbial based technology for the treatment of automobile effluent and solid waste with simultaneous recovery of heavy metals Dr. Pooja Singh
Woman Scientist
Woman Scientist Scheme B (WOS-B) of Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India Woman Scientist Scheme B 32.07 2016-2019 Completed


Grants Received - Industry Funded

S. No. TITLE OF THE PROJECT PRICIPLE INVESTIGATOR WITH DESIGNATION FUNDING AGENCY AMOUNT (IN LAC INR) TENURE OF THE PROJECT STATUS
1 Development  of diagnostic PCR assay for screening Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synovie in poultry Dr.Santosh Koratkar
Assistant Professor
Huvepharma SEA (Pune) Pvt. Ltd. 39.99 2019-2022 Ongoing
2 Nanomaterial based drug delivery for mycoplasmasis Dr. Vinay Rale
Professor & Director
Varsha Multi Tech 6.45 2019-2020 Ongoing
3 To evaluate the coating characterisitcs and antibacterial efficacy of the provided materials Dr Vinay Rale
Professor & Director
Wissencraft Labs Pvt. Ltd. 1.2 2019-2020 Completed
4 Estimation of the bioavailability of iron from salt formulations using rat models Dr. Vinay Rale
Professor & Director
Tata Chemicals Ltd. (TCL) 5.92 2016-2017 Completed
5 Isolation and characterization of Avian adenovirus associated Inclusion Body Hepatitis (IBH) as a candidate vaccine strain. Dr. Santosh Koratkar
Assistant Professor
Japfa Comfeed India Private Limited 17.05 2015-2017 Completed
6 Development of non-starch polysaccharide (NSP) hydrolyzing enzyme cocktail as poultry feed additives. Dr.Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor
Advanced Bio-Agro Tech Limited (ABTL) 17.84 2015-2017 Completed

Instrumental- SIU Projects

S. No. TITLE OF THE PROJECT PRICIPLE INVESTIGATOR WITH DESIGNATION CATEGORY AMOUNT (IN LAC INR) TENURE OF THE PROJECT Status
1 Assessment of SARS-Coronavirus-2 load in sewage water in Pune region of Maharashtra Dr. Santosh Koratkar
Assistant Professor
Major Research Project (MJRP) 10 2020-2022 Ongoing
2 Study of gene expression markers for schizophrenia in Indian population Dr. Satyajeet Khare
Assistant Professor
Major Research Project (MJRP) 10 2020-2022 Ongoing
3 Adaptive laboratory evolution for developing tolerance towards lignocellulose-derived growth inhibitors in Lactobacillus plantarum. Dr.Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor
Major Research Project (MJRP) 10 2020-2022 Ongoing
4 Neuronal regeneration using extracellular vesicles isolated from murine bone marrow derived mesenchymal stromal cells Dr. Anuradha Vaidya
Deputy Director and Associate Professor
Major Research Project (MJRP) 10 2020-2022 Ongoing
5 Role of interbacterial cross-talks through secondary metabolites in biofilm formation and pathogenicity of Listeria monocytogenes Dr. Sunil Saroj
Associate Professor
Major Research Project (MJRP) 10 2019-2021 Ongoing
6 Biodiesel production from non-edible oil using lipase from Aspergillus niger NCIM 1269 Dr. Nutan Mhetras
Research Associate
Minor Research project (MRP) 1.5 2019-2021 Ongoing
7 Analysis of cholesterol-induced transcriptomic changes in Lactobacillus acidophilus Dr. Ram Kulkarni
Associate Professor)
Minor Research project (MRP) 1.5 2016-2018 Completed


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