As she opines that research is a tool for building knowledge and facilitating learning, she keeps participating in various refresher courses, faculty development and training programs, as well as conferences, to engage in research activities. Recently, she has written a critique on Public Policy and Prospects of Pharmaceutical MSMEs: A Study with Special Reference to Dehradun, Uttarakhand, published in the Bihar Journal of Public Administration, which is a UGC CARE Listed Journal. She has also written papers including Judicial Review and Fundamental Rights: Key Features of Constitutionalism published in the Indian Bar Review, and Shielding India's Status as 'Pharmacy' to the Developing World V/S Strong IP Protection: Analysis of TRIPS Flexibilities in Present Times of FTA's published in the book IP FOR DEVELOPMENT: THE EMERGING PARADIGM.
In addition to this, she is also keen to explore new areas, and recently she has authored a book on Artificial Intelligence in which she has tried to highlight all the issues related to the regulation of activities of Artificial Intelligence. She has also written a book on Healthcare Litigation, focusing on the issues related to the right to health and healthcare litigation around the world. She has attended a four-week Online Induction Training/Orientation Program for Faculty in Universities/Colleges/Institutes of Higher Education sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resource Development Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching, a SWAYAM ARPIT course in Law organized by NALSAR University of Law, and a Training Programme on Advanced Issues in Competition Law & Economics organized by NLSIU Bangalore under the "Capacity Building Initiative in Competition Area under Trade and Development Programme" sponsored by the Delegation of the European Union to India.