12th International Conference on STRUCTURAL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
National Institute of Occupational Health, India
Nibedita Naha has her expertise in molecular approach of reproductive toxicology and neurotoxicology, cell signaling and RNA interference using animal models and human subjects with respect to occupational exposure. She has a passion in improving the health and wellbeing through her research findings in the respective fields since 2000. She is the recognized PhD Guide and Reviewer and Editorial Member of several international and national peer-reviewed journals. She is also the CPCSEA nominee for monitoring animal experiments in several research organizations and pharmaceutical companies in India, selected by MoEF, Government of India. She has authored 25 research articles. She has one international patent based on her Post-doctoral research. She is also the Life Member of several national and international scientific societies, Elected Member of PSI and Advisory Board Member of some national conferences.
Abstract : Tobacco smoking and nicotine modulate Nrf2-BDNF-Dopaminergic signaling in cerebral cortex and testis of adult rats during addiction and withdrawal