Dr. Neeta Mathuria, Objective of her life is to use my scientific thinking to the best of her ability combined with perseverance, so as to contribute to organisation’s growth and goal, as well as to attain her professional goal. She strongly believe to complete task within framed timeline with accuracy. Her achievements are such as about fifteen International Research Articles have been published in esteemed Journals with good impact factors. She attended many national and international conferences and symposiums and delivered presentations on her research work. Her two presentations are awarded first prize. During Ph.D. the title of thesis was “Evaluation of eco-friendly antioxidant in amelioration of Aflatoxin-Induced toxicity in mice” Work was carried out on “Evaluation of eco-friendly antioxidants in amelioration of aflatoxin-induced toxicity” under UGC sponsored scheme of Major Research Project under Principal investigator Prof. R. J. VERMA, Department of Zoology, Gujarat University, Gujarat, India. She enrolled and designated as “Life time member” of society of Toxicology, (STOX), India. She recognised as reviewer for two esteemed journals. Presently working as study director for various toxicology safety studies. Serving as a scientist in the conduct of assigned nonclinical CRO and research studies of moderate to high complexity, to include study management, interpretation and reporting of study data, and assuring the regulatory compliance of assigned projects. Her essential duties are such as functioning independently as study director in the direction and execution of assigned studies in compliance with GLP regulations. Participate in and coordinate all phases of study planning with all related departments. Generate high quality study plans, amendments and reports. Review, interpret, integrate and present data in regulatory compliance. Execute sponsor communication and interact for well planning and performance of study. Provide technical and scientific guidance to research staff. Perform all other related duties as assigned by the management.
Zoology; Toxicology; Pre-clinical and Pharmacology.