Dr. Andleeb Khan (Ph.D.) is Assistant Professor in Jazan University, Saudi Arabia. She has completed her doctorate from Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi, India in Toxicology with specialisation in natural and active constituents from plants for prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease. She has a teaching and research experience of more than ten years in neurodegenerative disorders and their prevention with medicinal plants, their active principles and nanoformulations. Her accomplishment at academics in Master course is outstanding and was able to score the Gold medal, the highest accomplishment for the topper of this course. She has published scores of research publication in national and international journals and contributed many book chapters with international publishers including Springer Nature and Academic Press (Elsevier). She is an editor of book with Elsevier. She is also the reviewer of various international journals and is the principal investigator of some major projects on neurodegenerative diseases and their prevention. She has received many awards, appreciations and recognitions for her services to the science. She holds life memberships of various international organisations and is active participant in national and international scientific events. Currently, Dr. Khan is engaged in studying the molecular mechanism of Azheimer’s disease, Ischemic stroke, Parkinson’s Disease and their prevention by various active principles from natural sources and nanoformulations.
Neurobiology, Neurodegenerative disorders, Natural Products