Assistant Professor in Zoology in the School of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Shoolini University. Received Doctorate degree from Panjab University, Chandigarh. CSIR-JRF qualified and received Best Poster awards too. Area of interest and research comprises of toxicology, ecology and fish biology.
Sinha, R. & Jindal, R. (2020). Elucidation of malachite green induced behavioural, biochemical, and histo-architectural defects in Cyprinus carpio as piscine model. Environmental and Sustainability Indicators, 8: 100055. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indic.2020.100055
Sinha, R. & Jindal, R. (2019). Augmenting fish health using Emblica officinalis against triarylmethane induced blood toxicity in Cyprinus carpio. Aquaculture Research, 50 (6): 1644-1650. IF-1.748
Jindal, R. & Sinha, R. (2019). Malachite green induced ultrastructural corneal lesions in Cyprinus carpio and its amelioration using Emblica officinalis. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 102(3): 377-384. DOI: 10.1007/s00128-019-02549-6. IF-1.65
Jindal, R., Sinha, R. & Brar, P. (2019). Evaluating the protective efficacy of Silybum marianum against deltamethrin induced hepatotoxicity in piscine model. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 66: 62-68. IF-3.2
Sinha, R. & Jindal, R. (2018). Efficacy of plant extract, Emblica officinalis in remediation of malachite green induced demeanor alterations in Cyprinus carpio. International Journal of Advanced Research, 6(6): 550-553.
Sinha, R. & Jindal, R. (2018). Malachite green induced acute toxicity in Cyprinus carpio. Journal of Global Biosciences, 7(2): 5369-5374.
Awarded Best poster on research paper entitled ‘Malachite green induced ultrastructural alterations in gills of Cyprinus carpio in CHASCON, 2018 held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Received Best poster in Punjab Science Congress in 2016 on research paper entitled ‘Study on ocular toxicity of lead nitrate on Ctenopharyngodon idellus (Cuvier and Valencies) with reference to ultra structural alterations in lens and cornea’.