International Conference and Expo on

Clinical Microbiology

June 17-18, 2022 | Online Event

ICCM 2022

Spectroscopic approach for diagnosing COVID19

Speaker at Clinical Microbiology 2022 - Jan Mohammad Mir
Islamic University of Science and Technology, India
Title : Spectroscopic approach for diagnosing COVID19


This work aims to define the use of spectroscopic technique in the covid-19 detection. As the world is looking for the most reliable technique to testify coronavirus related sampling. From the dawn covid times started, the most dangerous component of covid detection has been the less reliability of the usual PCR-analysis. Hence, this perspective has been composed to enlighten the use of spectroscopy for this purpose elaborated in a very simple way. Some optoactive based detection, Raman sensitivity, FTIR and mass spectrometry have been discussed in relation with the detection of the nCOVID infecting virus, the infection stage and more importantly in quantifying the viruses. Besides playing a role in detection technique, the electromagnetic radiations could also be used for disinfection. Before a successful vaccination, it is of prime importance to locate and treat the infected people as early as possible. Despite the trials in process to find a complete treatment for this disease, the detection facility should be given primary attention. Therefore, profound and putative role of spectrometers should be studied to remain all time ready for covid-l9 like situation for the current as well as future times.
What will audience learn from your presentation?

  • Simple spectroscopic techniques shall help in diagnosing COVID-19 or other infections.
  • An ideal system of incorporating such systems can help in pandemic detection to curb at early stage.
  • Main structural verification can bring forth interest towards the intervention of variant changes in coronavirus.


Dr Jan Mohammad Mir is currently working as an Asst. Professor at the Islamic University of Science and technology, Awantipora-J&K. He bagged his Ph.D. from R.D. University, Jabalpur in 2015 and has very recently completed his D.Sc. degree from the same university. His postdoctoral research mainly involves the molecular modeling and medicinal implications of metal based gasotransmitters. Currently, he is seeking the role of NO, CO and H2S in minimizing the COVID-19 associated severity. He has been a good academician and a researcher. He guided so many research projects entailed with M.Phil. and M.Sc. students. As a young researcher his scientific contributions have got more than 625 citations till now (h-index >16). As per the available details, he has published more than sixty research papers of current scientific temper in various reputed journals covering most of the world famous publishers. He has complied more than seven books and several book chapters till now. Dr Mir is currently serving as editor as well as reviewer for several esteemed journals.