Dr. A.Dhinek

Associate Professor
  • Qualification: M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D
  • Experience: 17 Years
  • Email:dhinekbio@srcw.ac.in
  • Orcid ID: 0000-0001-5337-037X
    Vidwan ID:133794

Education Profile

Dr.A.Dhinek received her Ph.D Biochemistry degree from Dr.NGP College, Bharathiar University in the year 2018. She holds her MPhil, Biochemistry degree in Bharathidasan University. She received her Post graduation in M.Sc Biochemistry from Karpagam College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore in the year 2004 and BSc Biochemistry degree from RVS College of Arts and Science in the year 2000.

Teaching Experience

17 Years

Academic Roles
  • Health Club Coordinator
  • NAD Coordinator
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Plant Biochemistry
  • Cell Biology
  • Endocrinology
  • Microbiology
Other Certifications
  • CLIL
  • ESOL
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Paper Presentations

Academic & Research Profile

She has 17 years of teaching experience. She is a Member for Board of studies for PG Biochemistry of Bharathiar University. She is a Fellow Member of Indian Academic Researchers Association and serves as Review member for the journal of International journal of research and analytical reviews. Her specialization of interest is in the field of Clinical toxicology and subjects like Cellular Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Plant Biochemistry, Advanced Clinical Biochemistry, Intermediary Metabolism, Molecular genetics, Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology. Has conducted blood grouping, blood pressure, blood sugar camp for the public and school students. She has acted as a Question Paper setter for various Universities and Autonomous Colleges.

She has attended and presented paper and poster in various National and International conferences. She attended Faculty Development Programme and Workshop. She has published 17 research papers in National and International Journals. She has completed 1 MOOC course offered by Swayam and has qualified certificate course in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), ESOL Experts in Language Assessment examinations offered by University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.