Biotechnology World Convention
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Loyola College, India
Khanmi Kasomva is currently a PhD scholar at Entomology Research Institute, Loyola College, India. He has completed his Master’s degree in Biotechnology in 2014 from Loyola College, India. He is the recipient of 2013 Summer Research Fellowship of Indian Academy of Sciences and recipient of 2016 Young Professional-II from Indian Council of Agriculture Research and also received a Best Diplomacy Award at 1st session of North East Indian International Model United Nation Conference 2013. The main focus of his research is to understand the mechanism of microRNAs in prostate cancer, to examine the gene regulation by microRNA and to determine microRNA as a biomarker in prostate cancer. Recently, he has published a paper in Clinica Chimica Acta entitle “MicroRNA in Prostate Cancer”.
Abstract : MicroRNA: A small non-coding RNA, an efficient biomarker for prostate cancer