Established by a group of leading scientific experts and business entrepreneurs with the sole mission of serving the needs of
serving the needs of the genomics field.
Customized research and testing services to support the biotechnology and life science labs and industries.
Nano-Charcoal based products for oral cleaning and cosmetic products.
Strategic social media planning, public relations, and market research
Marketing optimization, strategic social media planning, and public relations
Research Publications (First Author)
Chhaliyil, P., Fischer, K., Schoel, B., & Chhalliyil, P. (2020). A Novel, Simple, Frequent Oral Cleaning Method Reduces Damaging Bacteria in the Dental Microbiota. Journal of International Society of Preventive and Community Dentistry, 10(2).
Scientific & Clinical Conferences
2019 Speaker at 2019 Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG), San Diego, USA “Effect of Sugar polyphenols on Oral Microbiota”
2019 Poster at 2019 Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG), San Diego, USA “In vitro Effect of Sugarcane Polyphenols on Oral Microbiota” Pranav Chhaliyil
2017 Presented poster at Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG), San Diego, USA "A Rapid Method for Extraction and Purification of DNA from Dental Plaque, Tongue Scraping and Saliva Using IDeal Kit"
2016 Interned at the Indian Institute of Science (8/21/16 – 8/22/16) and performed ELISA Analysis to 40 blood samples, looking for inflammation.
University Organizations Positions
Asian Corporate & Entrepreneur Leaders (ACEL) – ASU Collegiate Chapter
● President (2020-present)
● Community Service Chair (2019-2020)
Indian Student Association – ASU Collegiate Chapter
● Joint Director of Marketing (2020-present)
Science Detectives - ASU Collegiate Chapter
● Team Leader (2020-present)
All Malayali ASU Graduate and Undergraduate Students' Association - ASU Collegiate Chapter
● Social Media Director (2020-present)
2018 Biotechnology Institute STEM Ambassador
2015 Broadcom Masters Semi-Finalist One among the 300 semi-finalists from the 6000 Broadcom winners who were the top 10% in the country from 60,000 Science Fair participants.