Rajeev Soni

Dr. Rajeev Soni has a Ph.D. in Biotechnology from the University of Cambridge, UK and has 25 years of experience working across the globe in various institutes and multinationals such as The Scripps Research Institute, Novartis, Novozymes, Ranbaxy, Biocon, Biomerieux and as a principal investigator with US Naval Research Lab in drug discovery, molecular diagnostics, protein expression, biologic manufacturing and business development.

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Future of Adenovirus based COVID-19 Vaccines (such as Oxford AstraZeneca) in light of recent finding about Cause of rare side effects of Blood clot

Three adenoviruses used as vectors to produce COVID-19 vaccines, bind to platelet factor 4 (PF4), a protein implicated in the pathogenesis of clotting disorders.  Adenovirus...

Soberana 02 and Abdala: World’s first Protein conjugate Vaccines against COVID-19

The technology used by Cuba to develop protein-based vaccines against COVID-19 can lead to development of vaccines against new mutated strains in a relatively...

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI): Exploiting Bio-active Scaffolds to Restore Function

Self-assembled nanostructures formed using supramolecular polymers containing peptide amphiphiles (PAs) containing bio active sequences have shown great results in mouse model of SCI and holds immense promise, in...

COVID-19 Wave in the Europe: Current Situation and Projections for this Winter in UK, Germany, USA and India

Europe is reeling with an unusually high number of COVID 19 cases for the past few weeks and this can be attributed to the...

Genetic Studies Reveal Europe has at least Four Distinct Population Groups

Studies of the regions of Y chromosome that are inherited together (haplogroups), reveal Europe has four population groups, namely R1b-M269, I1-M253, I2-M438 and R1a-M420, pointing to...

“Pan-coronavirus” vaccines: RNA Polymerase Emerges as a Vaccine Target

Resistance to COVID-19 infection has been observed in health care workers and has been attributed to the presence of memory T cells that target...