Dr. Syed Tatheer Alam Naqvi

Designation: Assistant professor
Email: tatheer@cuiatd.edu.pk
Phone No. : 92-992-383591-6
Role: Faculty
Research Interests: N/A

Academics/ Degrees

·         PhD (Biological Sciences), Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan (March 2005-January 2010)

·         M.Phil (Biotechnology), Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan (February 2002- February 2004)

·         M.Sc (Botany), University of Arid Agriculture, Rawal pindi, Pakistan (September 1999-September 2002)

·         B.Sc (Botany, Chemistry), University of The Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (May, 1995-May, 1997)

·         F.Sc (Pre-Medical), Rawalpindi, Pakistan, (April, 1992-May, 1995)

·         Matric (Science), Rawalpindi, Pakistan, (March, 1990-March, 1992)

Profile/Bio

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
  • March 2012 t0 Continued: Assistant Professor, Biotechnology Program, Department of Environmental Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad, Pakistan
  • Aug. 2011 to Feb. 2012: Post Doctorate Fellow, Common Wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Ecosystem Sciences, Canberra, Australia
  • Feb. 2010 to Aug. 2012: Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Karakoram International University, Gilgit, Baltistan
  • April 2007 to Dec. 2008: Scientific Officer in CREAM, Army Medical College NUST, Rawalpindi

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Awards/ Appreciations

  • Endeavour Research Fellowship Award 2011 for Post Doctoral Research Working in CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences on biodegradation of organophosphorus compounds. Involved in research activities to improve enzyme characteristics using modern molecular tools e.g. invitro evolution and rational protein design IRSIP, HEC, Pakistan
  • International Research Support Initiative Program (2008) Six months award for doing research abroad. Worked for six months in the Enzymatic Bioremediation laboratory at CSIRO Entomology in Canberra, Australia. Research has focused on two aspects of bioremediation, the characterization of 12 environmental isolates with the potential to degrade insecticidal carbamate compounds and the biochemical characterization of a methyl carbamate-degrading enzyme (MCD)