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Snigdha Bhowmik

  • House no. 193, 5th Cross Sanjaynagar, Old Airport Road, Marathahalli, Bangalore - 560037
  • +918867475676

Project Coordinator at QuintilesIMS


To be able to contribute to the growth of the organization I am associated with and consistently add value to it by a regular enhancement of my capabilities and wisdom.


  • Possess a flexible and detailed oriented attitude with strong analytical, problem solving and organization building abilities.
  • Possess an understanding of medical and clinical research terminology
  • Effective communicator with excellent relationship building and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to deal with ambiguities and pressure situations.
  • Have strong management and strategy abilities, knowledge of government procedures, and conflict resolution skills.


Apr 2016Present

Project Coordinator

  • Provide project and client support to the Project Managers in the management of client relationship(s), maintaining an overview of project delivery across all projects for their client(s) from an operational & financial perspective, throughout the life cycle of each project.
  • Establish a close working relationship with project team, Business Development, and clinical operations team to ensure consistent, quality, global delivery of all studies which may include sponsor specific standards and program-specific procedures
  • Collaborate with other functional groups within the company where necessary to support milestone achievement and to support study challenges and obstacles.
  • Participate in internal audits to ensure implementation of best practices. In addition assist with the investigation and preventive/corrective actions for reported incidents.
  • Schedule meetings with study Sponsors to discuss project developments and requirements.
  • Work through Protocol questions, issues, escalations and changes with managers and study Sponsors.
  • Ensure outputs are delivered in line with organizational standards and client expectations.
  • Develop solutions for project related issues and problems.
  • Participate in local and global improvement projects as defined by the relevant process improvement management team.
  • Timely and accurate  completion of assigned tasks directed by key stakeholders related to process improvement initiatives. 
Nov 2015Apr 2016

BCIL Trainee


Hands on training in “Overview of Biopharmaceutical Production and Bioprocess Engineering” under Biotech Industrial Training Programme (BITP) 2015-16


Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of  India scholarship for postgraduate studies in Biotechnology (2013-2015)


"Antioxidant activity and Genetic diversity of Z. armatum", LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2017-04-03) - ISBN-13:  978-3-330-06618-2



Master of Science, Biotechnology

Kumaun University

Percentage secured - 69%


Bachelor of Science, Life sciences

Lucknow University

Percentage secured - 61%


Indian School Certificate

Spring Dale College

Percentage secured - 75%


Indian Certificate of Secondary Education

Spring Dale College

Percentage secured - 77%


  • Project management, Clinical Monitoring, Clinical trial operations and Management,
    Quality control, 
    Communication, Strategic thinking, Microsoft Office

  • Downstream processing, Animal Cell CultureFermentation technologySterilization and Filtration Technology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Plant Tissue Culture, Microbiology


Nov 2015  Apr 2016

Overview of Biopharmaceutical Production and Bioprocess Engineering

  • Fermentation technology: Principles of industrial fermenter design, Process
    development and Production economics, Scale up of Pischia Pastoris in 40L
  • Sterilization and Filtration Technology: Principles of Dry Heat Sterilizers (DHS)
    and Autoclave, Sterilization In Place (SIP), Cleaning In Place (CIP), Full Vessel (FSIP)and Empty Vessel (ESIP) Sterilization In Place, P&ID,
    Validation (IQ, OQ, DQ)
  • Animal Cell Culture: Primary culture and Secondary culture maintenance
    (Adherent and Suspension culture), Microcarrier technology, MTT cytotoxicity assay, Scale up of adherent BHK-21 cultures in 5L bioreactor
  • Downstream processing: Ultrafiltration, Microfiltration and Diafiltration
    techniques; Ion exchange chromatography, affinity chromatography, hydrophobic
    interactions, gel filtration chromatography


Feb 2015Jul 2015

Phytochemical screening, Antioxidant activity and Genetic diversity analysis of Zanthoxylum armatum

Kumaun University

Determined the antioxidant activity as well as total phenol and total flavonoid content in seed, leaf and bark of Zanthoxylum armatum  using three different solvents i.e. 80% methanol, chloroform and double distilled water via four different methods namely DPPH free radical scavenging activity, ferric reducing power potential, metal chelating assay and superoxide scavenging assay.

Examined  the genetic variability among individuals of  Zanthoxylum armatum  from Pithoragarh, Nainital and Almora by using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). A total of twenty oligonucleotide primers were screened out of which twelve primers were selected to amplify DNA from 36 samples of Zanthoxylum armatum.


Date of Birth:  22/03/1992
Languages: English, Hindi, Bengali
Permanent address:  C-2432, Indira Nagar, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh


DBT Sponsored National Training on “Bioinformatics for Genome and Proteome analysis”.

NRDC and Kumaun University in association with UCOST, Dehradun Organised National Workshop on “Harnessing Intellectual Property & its Management for Growth & Prosperity ”.