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War on Terror Cells
With the worsening trends of drug resistance, there is a need for newer and more powerful antimicrobial agents. Here, we describe novel sources of potential antimicrobials that can act as a breakthrough in developing novel therapeutics against various pathogens including superbugs.
Join the lecture via Google Meet: https://meet.google.com/gzn-bmhv-dfh
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About the Speaker
Dr. Naveed Ahmed Khan is Professor and Head of the Department of Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences at AUS. He has vast academic experience of working in leading institutions in North America, Europe and Asia, including Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, USA; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, USA; University of London, UK; University of Nottingham, UK; Aga Khan University, Pakistan; and Sunway University, Malaysia. With research grants of over $3 million, he has produced more than 280 peer-reviewed publications, 7 books and 7 chapters, and guided over 50 graduate students (including 15 PhD students) to successful completion, and over 100 undergradute research students. In recognition of his research efforts, he has received several awards from the UK, USA, Pakistan and Malaysia. His work on the search for new antibiotics from animals living in polluted environments caught worldwide attention, and has been discussed in peer-reviewed journals and made into documentaries shown on leading news channels. A Google search of "Naveed Khan and Cockroach" yields thousands of web pages. For more information on his research, visit his Google Scholar page.