Department of Biosciences

Faculty Profiles

Dr. Shumaila Naz Chairperson/ Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D. Biochemistry/ Biotechnology, 2009, SBS-University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Research Interests: Biochemistry/Biotechnology Tel: (051) 9157732

Prof. Dr. Asghari Bano Professor

Qualification: Ph.D. Plant Physiology, 1983, University of Glasgow Scotland, UK
Research Interests: Plant Physiology, Plant Harmones, Plant Microbe Interaction Tel: (051) 9157732

Dr. Syed Waqas Hassan Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D. Biotechnology, 2012, University of Natural Resources and Life sciences Vienna, Austria
Research Interests: Biotechnology/Molecular Biology Tel:

Dr. Muhammad Idrees Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D. B.Pharm (R.PH), 2015, CIIT, Islamabd, Pakistan
Research Interests: Molecular Microbiology, NewDrugs designs & Discovery, Public Health Tel:

Ms. Shoaiba Naz Coordinator/ Sr. Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil. Reproductive Physiology, 2002, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Research Interests: Reproductive Physiology/Zoology  Tel:

Ms. Rabia Saleem Sr. Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil. Biotechnology, 2007, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan, Ph.D. in progress
Research Interests: Biochemistry/ Biotechnology Tel:

Ms. Javeria Naz Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil. Plant Systematic, 2009, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
Research Interests: Plant Taxonomy and Biodiversity Tel:

Ms. Naheed Malik Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil. Botany, 2009, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Research Interests: Soil Mycology Tel:

Ms. Sania Rauf Lecturer

Qualification: M.Phil. 2014, Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture, Rawalpindi, Ph.D. in progress
Research Interests: Endocrinology Tel:

Ms. Zeenat Haq Demonstrator

Qualification: M.Phil. Biosciences, 2016, Universtiy of Wah, Wah Cantt, Pakistan
Research Interests: Botany Tel:

Ms. Rehana Sajid Demonstrator

Qualification: M.Phil. Public Health & Epidemiology, 2017, SZABMU, Islamabad, Pakistan
Research Interests: Nutritional Epidemiology, Proteomics, Modeling & Docking Tel:

An overview of various
activities of the University
during the period and a glimpse of the future vision.