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Dr. Aditya Saxena

Dr. Aditya Saxena

  • Assistant Professor
    Institute of Engineering & Technology
  • Department

    Department of Computer Engineering & Applications
  • Contact Details:

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    Contact Number :8171630011

  • Qualifications

    • Doctoral thesis titled “Statistical Analysis of Type II Diabetes gene expression data set with reference to various genetic and environmental factors using open source software project Bio-conductor” from Uttrakhand Technical University (UTU), Dehradun
    • Master of Technology in IT Specialization in Bioinformatics from Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad with CGPA 8.48 (2002-04)
    • Master of Sciences in Biotechnology from Davi Ahilya University, Indore with CGPA 7.5 (transformed percentage 71.10) (2000-02)
    • Bachelor of Sciences in CBZ from Bundelkhand University, Jhansi with 66.6% (marks obtained 892 out of 1350) (1997-2000)
    • Higher Secondary Examination, from UP Board with 64.4 %.(1997).
    • High School Examination, from UP Board with 71 %.(1995).
  • Ph.D

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-


  • Postgraduate

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-


Publications in Journals (SCI)

  • 1 Tiwari P., Saxena A., Gupta N., Medicherla KM., Suravajhala P., Mathur SK. Systems Genomics of Thigh Adipose Tissue from Asian Indian Type-2 Diabetics Revealed Distinct Protein Interaction Hubs. Frontiers in Genetics. Jan 2019. (Impact Factor 4.15)
  • 2 Saxena A, Sachin K. A Network Biology Approach for Assessing the Role of Pathologic Adipose Tissues in Insulin Resistance Using Meta-analysis of Microarray Datasets Current Genomics. 2018; 19(07). (Impact Factor 2.73)
  • 3 Saxena A, Sachin K., Bhatia AK. System level Meta-analysis of Microarray datasets for elucidation of Diabetes Mellitus pathobiology. Current Genomics. 2017; 18(03). (Impact Factor 2.73)
  • 4 Saxena A., Varadwaj P., Singh S., Jaiswal M., Mishra K., Lahiri T., “Phylogenetic Analysis of Mycobacterium leprae genome for identification of novel drug targets” Indian Journal of Biotechnology, January 2006 (Vol. 5) (Impact Factor 0.40)
  • 5 Saxena A, Tiwari P, Wahi N,Kumar A, Mathur SK. The common pathophysiologic threads between AsianIndian diabetic’s “Thin Fat Phenotype” and Partial lipodystrophy: ThePeripheral Adipose Tissue Transcriptomic Evidences. Adipocyte. 2020; 9(1): 253-63. (Impact factor 3.533)
  • 6 SaxenaA, Wahi N, Kumar A, Mathur SK.Functional Interactomes of Genes Showing Association with Type-2 Diabetes andIts Intermediate Phenotypic Traits Point towards Adipo-Centric Mechanisms inIts Pathophysiology. Biomolecules.2020; 10(4):601. (Impact factor 4.6)

Publications in Journals (SCOPUS / Web of Sciences)

  • 1 A Saxena, A Goel, AK Bhatia. RNA-seq reveals mode of action of highly diluted preparation of Nux vomica in experimental epilepsy. Current Topics in Pharmacology 21, 109-116.
  • 2 A Goel, A Saxena, AK Bhatia. Antiepileptic Effect of Nux vomica, Homeopathic Remedy, Against Strychnine-Induced Seizers.Pharmacognosy Journal 10 (2), 245-248.
  • 3 A Saxena, K Sachin, AK Bhatia. A Network biology based approach for elucidation of Type II Diabetes pathobiology using transcriptomics data.Advances in Bioresearch 8 (Spl issue 1), 84-88.
  • 4 N Wahi, N Kalita, A Saxena. Virtual screening of α-amylase inhibitor EDTA illustrating a novel strategy to regulate fermentation Current Topics in Proteins and Peptides. 18 (1).
  • 5 Saxena A, Chaudhary U, Bharadwaj A, Wahi N, Reddy JK, Gupta S, GuptaS, Shastri SK, Raj U. A Lung Transcriptomic Analysis for Exploring HostResponse in COVID-19, Journal of Pure andApplied Microbiology. May 2020; 14(Spl Edn.)
  • 6 Bharadwaj A, Wahi N, Saxena A, Chaudhary D.Proteome Organization of COVID-19: Illustrating Targets for Vaccine Development.Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology.May 2020; 14 (Spl Edn.)
  • 7 Mishra A, Saxena A, Singh SP. Isolation andCharacterization of Microbial Strains from Refinery Effluent to Screen theirBioremediation Potential. Journal of Pure And Applied Microbiology. 2019; 13(4): 2325–32.
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Life Membership of The Biotech Research Society of India (BRSI) since September 9 2016; Membership number: LM 1943

Project Investigation

  • Principal Investigator in Intra Mural Research Project, “Computational System Genetic-approaches to identify key Molecular players of Cellular physiology, and complex traits” sectioned by Research Review Committee of GLA University, Mathura (Cost of Project Rs. 5,50,000/- duration 3 years) ongoing
  • Co-Investigator in Extra Mural Research Project, “Evidence based support for the efficacy of homeopathic remedies, “Nux vomica” through pharmacological studies and elucidation of its mechanism of action using Gene Expression Profiling” sectioned by Ministry of  Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoepathy [AYUSH], GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Cost of Project Rs. 677250/- duration 2 & ½ years) Completed  Major research area: NGS (Illumina platform) trascriptomics data analysis, functional genomics and Computational Molecular Biology
  • Working with Dr. S.K. Mathur, Senior Professor & Head, Department of Endocrinology, SMS Medical College, Jaipur in his ICMR Project titled, “Clinical, Biochemical and Cellular correlates of transcriptome of Adipose tissue among Type II Diabetics”.  Completed Major research area: Microarray (Affymetrix primeview platform) trascriptomics data analysis, functional genomics and Computational Molecular Biology

Biological Data submission

  • submitted Microarray genes expression data  from  three depots of adipose tissue (limb, visceral and subcutaneous), obtained from 130 Asia Indians (both male and female) suffering from type-2 diabetes mellitus as compared to age and BMI matched normal glucose tolerant subjects (GEO Series number:GSE78721)
  • Submitted 5.8S ribosomal RNA gene of Chlorella vulgaris (Accession Number KX363808)


  • Certificate of Recognition during 1st Annual Conference & Symposium on Genomics of Hormone & Metabolic Disorders for being speaker on a topic "Adipose tissue transcriptomics in diabetes and insulin resistance: our experience" February 3 2017 
  • Secured 95.55 percentile (AIR 115) in GATE 2002 conducted by Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore
  • Qualified CSIR-UGC NET exam for lectureship in December 2001
  • MHRD Scholarship of Rs. 5,000 per month in M. Tech
  • DBT Scholarship of Rs. 400 per month in M.Sc.
  • Selected in Combined Biotechnology Entrance Examination conducted by JNU New Delhi for Admission to M. Sc Program in May 2000

Teaching Experience

  • Presently Working as Assistant Professor in Department of Biotechnology at GLA University, Mathura since 06th July 2009; Gross Salary Rs. 78,194/-
  • Worked as lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology Engineering at Hindustan College of Science and Technology, Mathura from7th January,2008 to 6th June 2009
  • Worked as lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology engineering at Meerut Institute of Engineering & Technology, Meerut in. From 20 August 2005 to 31st December 2007
  • Worked as Assistant Professor in Department of Biotechnology at Dolphin Institute of Biomedical & Natural Sciences (PG) Dehradun from 5th Oct. 2004 to 19th August 2005