Prof. Dr. Shakila Srikumar

>>Prof. Dr. Shakila Srikumar

MBBS, MD Biochemistry
Teaching & Research Experience:
Teaching Experience: 16 years
Major Research Interests:
Biomarkers of cardiovacular diseases, Cancer biomarkers


Professional Involvement:
  • Life member of Association of Medical Biochemists of India
  • Member, Indian Medical Association
  • Consultant Editor, Advances in Medical Education and Practice, Dove Press
  • Editor for WebmedCentral (Aging, Clinical Biochemistry specialty)
  • Editorial board member for international journals: International journal of biomedical sciences
  • Editorial board member for international journals: Asia Pacific Journal of Biomedical Science
  • Reviewer for Dove Medical Press,  (publishers of Open Access peer-reviewed journals across the broad spectrum of science, technology and especially medicine):
  • Reviewer for Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management
  • Reviewer for Journal of Advances in Medical Education and Practice
  • Reviewer for Dynamed, an evidence based scientific website
  • Reviewer for Science journal publications
  • Reviewer for Journal of Phytotherapy Research
Administrative Appointments /Committee Involvements:
  • Chairperson, Mentor-Mentee Committee
  • Head of the Dept, Biochemistry, FOM
  • Coordinator, Basic sciences, pharmacy programme
  • Coordinator, MN element year 1 MBBS programme
  • Member, Research and ethics committee
  • Member, Curriculum committee,
  • Member, Assessment committee
  • Member, Faculty management committee
Selected Publications:
  1. Homocysteine an early predictor of cardiovascular risk in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Nura Mohammed  Naseb1,  Ramesh Naidu Yedla7 Khalid Saleh Gharib6 Jagannadha Rao Peela2, S.Shakila2, Abdul Rehaman Said2 . International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development.Volume.2,Issue 6;(July 2015)ISSN 2349-4182,pages 415-418.
  2. Effect of piperine on liver function of CF-1 Albino mice.  J.R.Peela, Sobha.k, Shakila S, Elshaari.f, Infectious Disorders – Drug Targets, 2015, 15, 131 – 134.Bentham Science Publishers
  3. Correlation between Glycated Hemoglobin and Serum Lipids in Type 2 Diabetics in Eastern Libya, Nura Mohammed  Naseb1,  Ramesh Naidu Yedla7 Khalid Saleh Gharib6 Jagannadha Rao Peela2, S.Shakila2, Abdul Rehaman Said2..  British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, ISSN: 2231-0614,Vol.: 11, Issue.: 5  (2015).
  4. Role of serum uric acid in carcinoma breast in Libyan patients , A.Jarari, Jagannadha Rao Peela, Shakila Srikumar, Ibrahim Athetalla, Saeid Omar Alsoaeiti, Hayam El Awaami, Farag Elshaari, Noah M Jarari, AARJMD Volume 1 Issue 18 (FEBRUARY 2014) ISSN : 2319 – 2801
  5. Serum levels of LDH and Gamma GT in Libyan Breast Cancer patients;  A.Jarari, S.O.Alsoaetiv, S.Shakila, NM Aljarari, Anuradha A and Jagannadha rao Peela.. INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH. Volume : 3 | Issue : 12 | Dec 2013 | ISSN – 2249-555X  pages 32-34
  6. Lipid Profile in Oropharyngeal cancers in Southern India; A. Anuradha, L.K. Veerathu, G. Sudhakar, S. Kolla, N. Sidhanathi, R. Kondreddy, S. Shakila and J.R. Peela. . Journal of Cancer Research Updates.Vol.2 no.2(2013), pages 99-104,
  7. Study of Lipid Profile in coronary heart disease patients in Libya.  Journal Of Biomedical Sciences. iMedPub Journals. 2012, Vol. 1 No. 4:3 doi: 10.3823/1011, Rambabu Kondredddy5, Ali Chenak1,Uma Shankar Akula4, Addison garabet1,  Shakila Srikumar3, Abdalla M Jarari2, Jagannadha Rao Peela3.
  8. Effect of piperine on Lipid profile of Non-Transgenic Mice – International Review of Biophysical Chemistry (I.Re.Bi.C) – August 2012 (Vol. 3 N. 4) – Papers. Author Block: J. R. Peela5, F. Elshaari1, F. Elshaari1, M.Elfrady1,S. Shakila5,H. M. E. Awamy1, R. Singh2, A. Belkheir2, S. H. Zaidi3, I. F. Barassi6, Ranjani. R4
  9. Drug Target Identification and Structural Modelling for Gordonia bronchialis Strain 3410T by Gene Expression Journal of Pharmacy Research 2011,4(12),4605-4608 and Available online through ISSN: 0974-6943; Srikumar P S*1, Rohini K2, Shakila Srikumar3, Afshan Srikumar4(*1Unit of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, AIMST University, Semeling, Bedong, Kedah, Malaysia. 2Unit of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, AIMST University, Semeling, Bedong, Kedah, Malaysia. 3Unit of Biochemistry, Quest International University, Perak, Malaysia, 4Integrated PhD in Biotechnology, Central University of Hyderabad, India. Received on:20-08-2011; Revised  on: 15-09-2011; Accepted on:10-11-2011
  10. Relationship between Serum Lipids and Breast Cancer in Libya – Biochem Anal Biochem 2012, 1:6 – 1000117 J. R. Peela1*, A. M. Jarari2, S. O. El Saiety3, S. El Busaifi2, H. El Awamy2and Shakila Srikumar1 1Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Quest International University, Perak, Ipoh, Malaysia; 2Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi University, Benghazi, Libya; 3Department of Surgery, 7th October Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Benghazi University, Benghazi, Libya; Biochem Anal Biochem 1:117. doi:10.4172/2161-1009.1000117
  11. Cardiac Biomarkers: The Troponins and CK-MB – A review – Published: 01 September 2010 Ibnosina Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 2010, 2(5):190-197. This article is available from:; Jagannadha Rao Peela*1, Abdalla M. Jarari1, Abdul Hai1, Avinaash K. Rawal1, Shoba Devi Kolla2, Shakila Sreekumar3, Lokesh,Khurana4, Narsinga Rao Sidhanathi5 1. Department of Biochemistry Faculty of Medicine Al-Arab Medical University Benghazi, Libya2. Department of Biochemistry, Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatnam, India 3. Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, Al-Tahadi University, Sirt, Libya 4. Center for Diabetes, Obesity, and Cholesterol Disorders (C-DOC), Diabetes Foundation (India), SDA, New Delhi 110016, India 5. Department of Medicine, AMC, Visakhapatnam, India
  12. Myeloperoxidase as a predictive and promising cardiovascular risk factor – A review – EJBMB,Vol26,April2008 supplement pg248) by *Abdalla Jarari, *Peela Jagannadha Rao & **Shakila Srikumar (*Biochemistry Dept., Faculty of medicine, Al-Arab medical university, Bengazhi, Libya&** AIMST University, Malaysia



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