Currently working as Assistant Professor at Shoolini University with three and half years of teaching and research experience. Received Ph.D degree from Shoolini University in Botany. Currently working on fundamental principles of biology across multiple subfields such as anatomy and physiology, cell biology, and biochemistry of Himalayan medicinal plants. Also, trying to understand the variation pattern of plants particularly gymnosperms that are thriving in different altitudinal clines with varying environmental conditions.
Amita Kumari, Prerna Bhardwaj, Prem Khosla. Molecular identification of gender in Populus ciliata wall.ex royle using isozyme and RAPD markers.2014, 54;415-423.
Bhardwaj P, Kulwant RK, Khosla PK. Variation in cone characteristics of Pinus roxburghii. International Journal of Biology, Pharmacy and Allied Sciences. 2016; 5(11):2763-2770.
Bhardwaj P, Kulwant RK, Khosla PK. Variation in resin duct and yield in Chir pine population. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. 2017; 8(5):1000-1005.
Kanchan Bhardwaj, Daljeet Singh Dhanjal, Prerna Bhardwaj. Medicinal plants remedy for water-borne diseases in rural and remote areas of Uttarakhand: A Review. Plant Archive. 2019, 19(2).
Kanchan Bhardwaj, Muhammad Torequl Islam, Vijay Jayasena, Bechan Sharma, Somesh Sharma, Pankaj Sharma, Kamil Kuca, Prerna Bhardwaj. Review on essential oils, chemical composition, extraction and utilization of some conifers in Northeastern Himalayas. A Review. Phytotherapy Research. 2020. (IM-4.0).
Harsh Kumar, Kanchan Bhardwaj, Ruchi Sharma, Eugenie Nepovimova, Kamil Kuca , Daljeet Singh Dhanjal, Rachna Verma , Prerna Bhardwaj, Somesh Sharma and Dinesh Kumar. Fruit and Vegetable Peels: Utilization of High Value Horticultural Waste in Novel Industrial Applications.A Review. Molecules. 2020. (IM-3.2).
Kanchan Bhardwaj, Ruchi Sharma, Eugenie Nepovimova, Kamil Kuca , Anirudh Sharma, Anu Kalia, Chirag Chopra, Harsh Kumar, Daljeet Singh Dhanjal, Rachna Verma , Prerna Bhardwaj, Somesh Sharma and Dinesh Kumar. Conifer derived metallic nanoparticles: A Review on its green synthesis and potential applications beyond forest. International journal of Molecular Sciences. 2020. (IM-3).