Subramoni Hariharan


Subramoni Hariharan
Subramoni completed his Masters in Biotechnology from V G Vaze College (Mumbai University) in 2012. He later joined the Animal Biotechnology and Biochemistry department at KET’s Scientific Research Centre (SRC) as a toxicologist, where his primary responsibilities were to assess the safety and efficacy of cosmetics, API’s and therapeutic molecules from plant origin. Over the past 4 years, he has been involved in projects focused on isolation and characterization of bioactive molecules from plants, formulations and their validation through clinical trials. He has also presented his research in various national level seminars and conferences.
After clearing the GATE (AIR 60) and CSIR-LS (AIR 34), he recently joined the IITB-Monash academy as a research scholar, under the supervision of Dr. Amit Arora (IITB) and Dr. Antonio Patti (Monash University). His project revolves around the extraction of high quality protein from plant based sources.
When not in lab, subramoni loves to catch up on his reading and playing cricket, and idly enjoying nature.
Link to student’s project: IMURA0666 (6)