saman.hina@niu.edu.pk

DR. Saman Hina

PhD Biochemistry, Assistant Professor, HOD, Department of Biochemistry

Biography

Dr. Saman Hina is Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at the NUR International University, Lahore. She is working at NIU since 2017. She has received her degree of Ph.D. Biochemistry from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. M.Phil. Biochemistry from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. Before joining NIU, she was working as PhD research scholar and Teaching Assistant in the Department of Biochemistry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. Her research interests lies in the areas of Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She has publications in well reputed and HEC recognized National Journals as well as in International Journals. In addition, she has also presented her work at various National as well as International conferences. Her areas of expertise include Molecular Biology, Clinical Biochemistry & Pharmaceutical Biochemistry.

Qualification

Ph.D. Biochemistry from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

M.Phil. Biochemistry from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

M.Sc. Biochemistry from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

 

Research Publications

  1. Saman Hina, Khalil-ur-Rehman, Zahoor-ul-Hassan Dogar, Nazish Jahan, Mansoor Hameed, Zafar Iqbal Khan, Kafeel Ahmad, Khalid Mukhtar and Ehsan Elahi Valeem. 2010. Cardioprotective effect of gemmotherapeutically treated Withania somnifera against chemically induced myocardial injury. 2010. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 42(03): 1487-1499.
  2. Saman Hina, Khalil-ur-Rehman, Muhammad Shahid, Nazish Jahan. 2017. In vitro antioxidant, hepatoprotective potential and chemical profiling of Syzygium aromaticum using HPLC and GC‐ Pakistan journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 30(03) Suppl:1031-1039.
  3. Nadia Afsheen, Khalil-ur- Rahman, Nazish Jahan, Misbah Ijaz, Asad Manzoor, Khalid Mahmood Khan, and Saman Hina. 2017. Cardioprotective and Metabolomic profiling of selected medicinal plants against oxidative stress. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular longevity. 2018:1-17.