Dr. J. Francis BorgioChairman and Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics
Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University
Certificate Course in Molecular Hematology from University of Zurich, Switzerland
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Dr. J. Francis Borgio is a Chairman of the Department of Epidemic Diseases Research, Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics and former Team Representative of the Department of Genetic Research at the Institute for Research and Medical Consultations (IRMC), Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. Dr Borgio is an Academic Editor: PLOS ONE. He served as Deputy Chairman in the International Indian School Dammam, one of the biggest schools. He received his Ph.D. Degree in Microbiology from CPRC, St. Xavier’s College, MS University, Tamil Nadu, India. Borgio has completed the Red Blood Cells Observerships, Red Blood Cell Research Group, University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. Borgio has 12 Years of Experience in the field of Molecular Biology. Borgio currently engaged research in early prenatal diagnosis of genetic disorders, networks of genetic modifiers in HbF elevation and genomics of epidemic disease vectors. He is an author of a book, and 50 research papers in high impact journals. He reviewed over 200 research articles in modern biology for high impact journals. He has completed 14 projects with the budget of INR: 3,47,17,500.00. He serves as Principle Investigator or Co-I for 10+ small and 3 major ongoing funded projects. He received Indian Academy of Sciences Summer Research Fellowship for Lecturer at NBRI, and JNCASR. He has participated in more than 25 conferences, either as an invited speaker or as a participant. He has been a Ph.D supervisor and an external Ph.D examiner for various Universities. He is a recipient of various Fellowships, Grants and Awards like Outstanding Scientist, The best student’s trainer, Lifetime Achievement, Best Paper Award, University Rank, Best Student award, etc.,
Effects of u20133.7u03b1 deletion and sickle-cell trait on ventilatory and hemodynamic responses to maximum exercise in young Saudi females.J. Blood Med., 11: 371-378.