Dr. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik URL:www.linkedin.com/in/drbharatbhusan4 International Scholar Exchange Fellow-2011 (Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies, S.Korea) UGC-NRCBS Visiting Fellow- 2010 (Madurai Kamaraj University, INDIA) Indian Academies Summer Fellow- 2007 (Visva-Bharathi University, INDIA) Cell: +91- 8159915412, 9178362664 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Summary Experience in Research & Development, Academics and Life Sciences research. PhD in Biotechnology, with extensive Research knowledge in biochemical and molecular methods. Hands on Experience and extensive knowledge on Technical protocols in the field of Histology, biochemistry, molecular Biology & Immunology (PCR, RT-PCR, RAPD & ISSR maker, 2-D Gels and Protein Expression and Purification, Cloning, Sequencing etc...). Have worked on mammalian, aquatic and insect model systems. Application support & Laboratory Managerial Experience of more than 3+ years with application knowledge on technical aspects of various biotechnological instruments like the following: Confocal Microscopy, FPLC, Thermal Cycler, DNA Hybridization Chamber, Liquid chromatograph, Gel Documentation Unit, High Speed Centrifuges, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, 1D & 2D gel systems, Digital pH meter & Deep Freezers, Liquid Scintillation Counter, Lyophilizer. Extensive knowledge and research experience in Bioinformatics (Protein Structural Modelling, Secondary Structure Prediction and Database Search). Advanced Diploma and hands on Experience in Electrophoretic and Electro Blotting Techniques. Expertise in Biostatistics (Sigma Plot, SPSS, etc.). Invited to speak on Various Technical and Research oriented Symposium, in the field of Biotechnology and allied subjects. Member of various prestigious International Research Organizations, including Science Advisory Board, Society of Toxicologists, European Federation of Biotechnologists, Asian Federation of Biotechnology, Korea and Webmed Central, UK. Certified in Information Technology, with Basic knowledge if Microsoft Office, Visual Basics, Adobe Professional. Awarded prestigious UGC-NRCBS Visiting Fellowship for the year 2010 and Indian Academy of Science-Indian National Science Academy-National Academy of Science Summer Fellowship for the year 2007. Reviewer of International Journals including Elsevier’s “Journal of Hazardous Materials with an impact factor of 4.144” and other Academic Press journals.Work ExperienceInternational Post-doctoral scientist at Insect Defense Signaling Lab, School of Agriculture and LifeSciences, Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea01st September, 2011 – 31st August, 2012Project funded by Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies: Isolation and characterization ofbioactive proteins from silkworm fecal matter responsible for antibaculoviral immunityWorkflow: Ammonium sulphate precipitation, Dialysis, Gel Filtration Chromatography, AffinityChromatography, RP-HPLC, Electrophoresis, Western blotting, Immunostaining and stability studies, MassSpectrometry, Edman Sequencing, Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal and Anti-viral assays, PCR, gene cloning (bothTA and pET vector), sequencing, RACE-PCR & Real-time PCR, recombinant protein production andAntibody development, Predictive Bioinformatics tools and softwaresAdditional Responsibility
• Confocal Microscopy studies for AcMNPV infection in Silkworms. • Affinity Purification and charecterization of His-Tag Proteins from silkworm • Gene expression studies in insect models as Spodoptera exigua and Pieris rapae in response to immune elicitors • Whole-genome sequencing of Pieris rapae granulovirus with molecular cloning and immunohistochemical characterization of granulin and chitinase genes • Host-pathogen interaction studies (pathogenic pests-baculovirus infections) • Sequence characterization, molecular cloning and transcriptomics of Toll adaptor protein, Myd88 in Tenebrio molitor • Molecular Cloning, expression analysis and transcriptomics of novel galectin homologue and tetraspanin CD63 from Tenebrio molitor Invited speaker at Young Investigators Research of Specific Proteins at Pepcon-2012-Protein and Peptide Conference, Beijing, China, 23rd-25th March, 2012 Silkworm Excrement as novel resources for identification and Characterization of Bioactive Proteins Oral Presentation in the 3 rd World Congress on Biotechnology (Session on Genetic Engineering), Hyderabad, India (September 13-15, 2012)- Molecular characterization and structure analysis of a putative tumor suppressor QM homologue from the cabbage butterfly, Pieris rapaeScientist-Molecular Biotechnology, Central Sericultural Research & Training Institute, Berhampore,West Bengal, India21st January, 2009 – 10th August, 2011Research: Completed 2 internal-funded projects- Budget: Rs. 15.0 lakhs in total (1 as PI; 1 as CI)Teaching at P.G level: Breeding, genetics and molecular biotechnology (2 semesters)Lab Manager and application support for centralised instrumentation labAssistant Professor and Head (i/c), Department of Biotechnology, Iase University (Off campus),Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India14th August, 2006 – 20th January, 2009 (2 years 5 months)Teaching at P.G. level: Biochemistry and Biophysics, Genome technology (Coursework with Practicals)Teaching at U.G. level: Animal Biotechnology, Molecular Biology (Coursework with Practicals)Guided P.G. and U.G projectsAdministration, Management & laboratory infrastructure developmentOverall incharge of curriculum development, administration and faculty staff managementStudent counselling and mentoringLecturer in Biotechnology & Biomedical Instrumentation Science, The New College and LoyolaCollege, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India07th February, 2005 – 21st July, 2006 (1 year 5 months)Teaching at P.G. level: Genomics and Proteomics, Recombinant DNA technology, Separation techniques,Molecular Biotechnology (Both course work and practicals)Achievements / Awards / Distinctions: International Scholar Exchange Fellowship, 2011 (September 2011-August 2012) by Korea Foundation of Advanced Studies UGC-NRCBS Visiting Fellowship 2010 (May – June 2010) at Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai Indian Academy of Sciences-Indian National Science Academy-National Academy of Sciences- Fellowship, 2007 Silver Medal- Proficiency in P.G University Exams- University of Madras. Distinction (Honors) - Bachelors Degree- Utkal University.Sequence authorship • Accession Number from EMBL-ENA, UK: HE805964 (Protein_id=CCH57381.2) Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, H.H. Patnaik, S.H. Oh, D.H. Kim, J.S. Kim, Han, Y.S, Saha, A.K. and Bindroo, B.B.Membership Advisory Board Member (Biochemistry) of Webmed Central, UK
Science Advisory Board (Membership No. 57269; Since April, 2002) European Federation of Biotechnologists Society of ToxicologistsReviewer Journal of Hazardous Materials (Elsevier publications) ISSN: 0304-3894; Impact Factor: 4.144; 5-years Impact Factor: 4.360. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (Elsevier publications) ISSN: 0147-6513; Impact factor: 2.294; 5-years Impact factor. 2.617. African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, African Journal of Biotechnology, Agriculture Science Research Journal, African Journal of Food Science, Journal of Medicinal Plants Research (ISI Indexed - Academic Journals) Journal of Human Ecology (Kre publishers, Delhi, India)Research and Technical Expertise • Protein Biochemistry: Biochemical Analysis, Antioxidant enzyme assay, Hemagglutination assay, Native gel for enzymes, 1D & 2D PAGE, Western/Immuno blotting, Northern blotting, Gel documentation and analysis, ELISA, Edman Sequencing, Gel filtration, Ion-exchange and Affinity Chromatography Certified: Advanced Diploma in Electrophoretic and Electroblotting Technology • Molecular Biology and Immunology: DNA/RNA Extraction and Purification, cDNA synthesis, Primer synthesis, RT-PCR, Real-time PCR, 5’- and 3’- RACE-PCR, Molecular Cloning (TA & pET expression vector), Subcloning, Transfection assays, Restriction digestion, Transformation, Recombinant protein production, Agarose gel electrophoresis, DNA Sequencing, Polyclonal and Monoclonal Antibody development, RAPD, ISSR Markers for molecular phylogenetic studies, RNA interference, fosmid library construction, Genome organization Certified: Training Courses in Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering • Microbiology: Culture and identification of gram (+) and gram(-) bacteria, fungal strains, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal assays by routine analysis, antiviral assays • Analytical Biochemistry/Biotechnology: Column purification including Fast Performance Liquid Chromatography (FPLC), Reverse-Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography (RP-HPLC), Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption and Ionization- Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (MALDI-MS), Fourier-transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-IR), UV-Vis Spectrophotometer. • Histochemistry: Histology and Microscopic analysis for tissue damage, confocal fluorescent microscopy, Immunoelectron microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Immunohistochemical techniques. Certified: Short course in Scanning Electron Microscopy • Bioinformatics: Structural and Molecular Modelling, Proteomics and Genomics, ClustalX, MEGA 4.0, BLAST, Signal peptide, PSI-PHRED, Swiss-Model interface, DNASTAR Program (Lasergene suite) Certified: Short course in Bioinformatics softwares and Molecular Modelling • Biostatistics: Sigma Plot, SPSS & SAS Software package for windows, Microsoft Excel, word and powerpoint, Adobe Photoshop Certified: Diploma in Information Systems Management Research papers and Reviews published: 1. S.H. Oh, D.H. Kim, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Y.H. Jo, M.Y. Noh, H.J. Lee, K.H. Lee, K.H. Yoon, W.J. Kim, J.Y. Noh, H.C. Jeong, Y.S. Lee, C.X. Zhang and Y.S. Han (2013). Molecular and Immunohistochemical characterization of granulin gene encoded in Pieris rapae granulovirus genome. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology (SCI Impact factor 2.064)- Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jip.2012.12.003. 2. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Dong Hyun Kim, Seung Han Oh, Yong-Su Song, Nguyen Dang Minh Chanh, Jong Sun Kim, Woo-Jin Jung, A.K. Saha, B.B. Bindroo and Yeon Soo Han (2012). Molecular cloning and characterization of novel germin-like protein gene from Morus alba which encodes for a gut digestion-resistant antimicrobial protein. PloS ONE 7(12): e50900 (SCI Impact factor 4.4). Public Library of Science, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0050900.
3. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Tapati Datta Biswas, S.K. Nayak, A.K. Saha and M.K. Majumdar (2012). Esterase isozymic variations, specific and non-specific esterase in developed multivoltine and bivoltine breeds of Silkworm, Bombyx mori L.- Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 33 (5): 851-858. SCI Impact factor 0.68.4. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Yong-Su Song, Dong Hyun Kim, Seung Han Oh, Woo Jin Jung, Jong Sun Kim and Yeon Soo Han (2012). Evaluation of antibacterial activity of a novel protein purified from silkworm fecal extract. In: Asia Perspectives and Insights-Development through collaborations (Ed. Zhongfa, M., Chen, X., Solongo Algaa), Seoul Publishing House (ISBN 978-89-5930-307-6), pp. 653-668.5. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, A.K. Saha, B.B. Bindroo and Yeon Soo Han (2012) Lectins as possible candidates towards anti-microbial defense in Silkworm, Bombyx mori L. African Journal of Biotechnology (Academic Press), Vol. 11(50), 11045-11052. SCI-Impact factor 0.573. http://dx.doi.org/10.5897/AJB11.3985.6. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, M. Jayalakshmi, A.K. Saha, S. Rajakumar and A.K. Bajpai 2012. Study of natural hemagglutinins and their activity from the haemolymph of silkworm, Bombyx mori L. Proceedings of 22nd National Congress of Parasitology (Advances in Parasitology: A novel approach towards a disease free world), pp 32-36.7. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Tapati Dutta Biswas, S.K. Nayak, A.K. Saha and M.K. Majumdar 2011. Studies on the esterase zymographic variations in some developed bivoltine breeds of silkworm, Bombyx mori L. with special reference to heat-stable esterases. In: Advances in Environmental Research-An Interdisciplinary Approach (ISBN No. 938136127-4), V.I. Paul, A. Subramanyan and C. Elanchezhiyan (eds), Excel India Publishers, N. Delhi, pp 124-132.8. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia, Theresia Mathews and M. Selvanayagam 2011. Histopathology of Gill, Liver, Muscle and Brain of Cyprinus carpio communis L. exposed to sublethal concentration of Lead and Cadmium. African Journal of Biotechnology, 10(57), 12218-12223. SCI impact factor 0.573.9. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, G.K. Chattopadhyay, S. Sreekumar, N. Suresh Kumar, H. Lakshmi, A.K. Saha and B.B. Bindroo 2011. Biotechnology – Pacing the Indian silk industry with visionary promises. California Takshila Magazine (USA), Vol. 1.4, 28-36.10. J. Hongray Howrelia, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, M. Selvanayagam and S. Rajakumar 2011. Impact of temperature stress on heat shock protein expression in Bombyx mori cross-breed and its impact on biological and commercial traits. Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 32 (1), 99-103. SCI impact factor 0.68. PMID: 21888240.11. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Atish Roy, Soumik Agarwal and Shelley Bhattacharya 2010. Induction of Oxidative stress by non-lethal dose of mercury in rat liver: Possible role in apoptosis induction. Journal of Environmental Biology Vol. 31 (4), 413-416. SCI Impact factor 0.68. PMID: 21186712.12. Ujjal Kumar Bhatta and Bharat Bhusan Patnaik. Public attitudes and perception towards biotechnology-A case study of Bhubaneswar city. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences, 11(1), 2009.13. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, M. Selvanayagam and J. Hongray Howrelia 2006. FT-IR spectral changes in tissue proteins of Cyprinus carpio communis exposed to cadmium and lead. Pollution Research, 25(3): 645-650.14. K. Loganathan, B. Velmurugan, J. Hongray Howrelia, M. Selvanayagam and Bharat Bhusan Patnaik 2006. Zinc induced histological changes in brain and liver of Labeo rohita (Ham.). Journal of Environmental Biology 27(1): 107-110. SCI Impact Factor: 0.68. PMID: 16850886.15. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia and M. Selvanayagam 2004. Biodiversity conservation-A clue to future action. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences 6(4): 529-532.
16. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia and M. Selvanayagam 2004. Heavy metal toxicity and bioaccumulation- A critical appraisal. Indian Journal of Environment Protection, 24(10): 757-761. 17. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia and M. Selvanayagam 2004. Bioinformatics softwares for sequence and structure elucidation. Advances in Life Sciences, Arvind Kumar and L.K. Singh (Ed.), APH Publishing Corporation, N.Delhi. pp 41-49. 18. J. Hongray Howrelia, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik and M. Selvanayagam 2004. Effects of plant and animal diet on food utilization and energy budget of the freshwater fingerlings Cyprinus carpio communis (Linnaeus) and Catla catla (Hamilton). Advances in Life Sciences, Arvind Kumar and L.K. Singh (Ed.), APH Publishing Corporation, N.Delhi, pp 401-406. 19. J. Hongray Howrelia, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik and M. Selvanayagam 2003. Types, analysis and construction of webs and total protein quantification in different species of Spiders. Indian Journal of Applied Zoological Research 14(2): 172-174. 20. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia and M. Selvanayagam 2003. Bioinformatics softwares for sequence and structure elucidation. Journal of Current Science 3(1): 165-172. 21. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, J. Hongray Howrelia and M. Selvanayagam 2003. Recent trends in protein folding machineries. Bioinformatics India 1: 40-43. 22. J. Hongray Howrelia, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, A.T. Fleming and M. Selvanayagam 2003. Effects of plant and animal diet on food utilization and energy budget of the freshwater fingerlings Cyprinus carpio communis (Linnaeus) and Catla catla (Hamilton). Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning 7(1): 211-220. 23. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, A. Subhan and M. Selvanayagam 2002.Toxicity to the fingerlings of a carp Sarotherodon mossambicus by a synthetic pyrethroid fenvalerate. Indian Journal of Environment and Ecoplanning 6(3): 551-558. 24. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, A.T. Fleming and M. Selvanayagam 2002. Effects of plant and animal diets on food utilization of the fresh water carp Labeo rohita (Hamilton). Ecology and Ethology of Aquatic Biota. Arvind kumar (Eds.).Research papers accepted for publication 1. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, M.Z. Khan, H. Lakshmi, S.S. Manna, A.K. Saha and B.B. Bindroo (2013). Performance based screening of potential bivoltine breeds and their foundation crosses in unfavourable seed crop season of Eastern India. Book on Biodiversity (ISBN No.)- In Print. 2. Park Bo Mi, Seung Han Oh, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Dong Hyun Kim, Yong Hun Jo, Hun Cheon Jeong, Yong Seok Lee, Kisung Ko, Iksoo Kim and Yeon Soo Han (2013). Expression analysis and immunohistochemical localization of putative tumor suppressor QM homologue from the cabbage butterfly, Pieris rapae. Entomological Research (SCI-E)-Wiley-Blackwell.Research papers under review 1. S.H. Oh, D.H. Kim, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Y.H. Jo, M.Y. Noh, H.J. Lee, K.H. Lee, K.H. Yoon, W.J. Kim, J.Y. Noh, H.C. Jeong, Y.S. Lee, C.X. Zhang and Y.S. Han (2013). Molecular and immunohistochemical characterization of chitinase gene from Pieris rapae granulovirus. Archives of Virology (SCI Impact factor 2.111) - Springer.Research papers communicated for publication 1 Y.S. Lee, S.W. Kang, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, S.H. Oh, D.H. Kim, Y.H. Jo, M.Y. Noh, G.W. Seo, H.C. Jeong, H.B. Lee, C.X. Zhang and Y.S. Han. A novel method for the construction of Pieris rapae granulovirus genome from virus infected hosts: Genomic sequence characterization and analysis. Genome Research (SCI Impact factor 13.608) – Cold Spring Harbor Press.
2 Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, G. W. Seo, H. J. Lee, S. M. Kang, D. H. Kim, Y. H. Jo, Y. S. Lee, B. R. Lee and Y. S. Han. Identification and transcriptional analysis of a novel galactose- binding lectin homologue from the coleopteran beetle, Tenebrio molitor: implications in innate immune response. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology-Elsevier (SCI Impact Factor 2.064)Paper/Abstract Published: 1. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik 2012. Molecular characterization and structure analysis of a putative tumor suppressor QM homologue from the cabbage butterfly Pieris rapae. 3rd World Congress on Biotechnology, Hyderabad, India. 2. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Yong-Su Song, Dong Hyun Kim, Seung Han Oh, Woo Jin Jung, Jong Sun Kim and Yeon Soo Han 2012. Antibacterial activity of functionally characterized novel protein from silkworm fecal extracts. Conference of Entomological Society of Korea, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, South Korea. Pp. 20. 3. Hongray Howrelia Patnaik, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Dong Hyun Kim, Seongmin Kang, Yong Seok Lee, Bok-Leul Lee, Nam Jeong Kim and Yeon Soo Han 2012. Sequence analysis and characterization of adaptor protein MyD88 from a coleopteran beetle, Tenebrio molitor. Conference of Entomological Society of Korea, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, South Korea. Pp. 73. 4. Yong Hun Jo, Seung Han Oh, Bo Mi Park, Dong Hyun Kim, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Ho Beum Lee, Hun Cheon Jeong, Yong Seouk Lee, Kisung Ko, Iksoo Kim and Yeon Soo Han 2011. Cloning and expression profiles of tumor suppressor QM homologue in response to granulovirus in Pieris rapae. Entomological Research (Wiley-Blackwell), 41(6), pp. 293 (Indexed in SCI expanded). 5. Bo Mi Park, Seung Han Oh, Dong Hyun Kim, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Yong Seok Lee, In Seok Bang, Iksoo Kim and Yeon Soo Han 2011. Expression profiles of tumor suppressor QM homologue in response to budded virus infection (AcMNPV) in Spodoptera exigua. Entomological Research (Wiley-Blackwell), 41(6), 294-295. (Indexed in SCI expanded). 6. Yong Hun Jo, Dong Hyun Kim, Seung Ah Oh, Seung Ah Jeon, Bharat Bhusan Patnaik, Ho Beom Lee, Hun Cheong Jeon, Yong Seouk Lee, Kisung Ko, In Seok Bang, Iksoo Kim and Yeon Soo Han 2011. Molecular cloning and expression profiling of FK506-binding protein 12, an immunophilin from the cabbage butterfly, Pieris rapae. Entomological Research (Wiley-Blackwell), 41(6), pp. 296. (Indexed in SCI expanded). 7. Studies on the esterase zymographic variations in some developed potential bivoltine breeds of silkworm, Bombyx mori L. with special reference to heat-stable esterases (2011) – Proceedings of UGC National Conference on Advances in Environmental Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Annamalai University, pp 83-84. 8. Improvement of productive bivoltine ‘CSR2’ through introgression of thermostable factors from indigenous multivoltine breeds of silkworm, Bombyx mori L. (2011)- Proceedings of UGC National Conference on Advances in Environmental Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Annamalai University, pp 84-85. 9. Recent Approaches and advances towards combating baculovirus infection in silkworm, Bombyx mori L. (2010) – National Conference on New Frontiers in Life Sciences – 13 th Odisha Bigyan Congress, pp.60. Appreciation Letter 10. Hemagglutinins as possible candidates towards immune defense in the silkworm, Bombyx mori L.(2010) – Proceedings of 22nd National Congress of Parasitology (Advances in Parasitology: A novel approach towards a disease free world) – October 30 th – November 1st, 2010, pp 69-70. 11. Development of Near Isogenic Lines of Silkworm breeds with improved survivability and shell percentage – Achievements and Future Strategy (2010)– Workshop on Recent Advances in Sericulture Research organized by Central Silk Board and Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics- Bangalore, May 18th-19th, 2010, pp 17-18.
12. Recurrent backcross breeding strategy coupled with proteomics study – A novel approach for development of near isogenic line of silkworm, Bombyx mori L. - Proceedings of National Seminar on Bioresources and its Management for Food, Livelihood and Environmental Security (20th All India Congress of Zoology), Mumbai, 29th – 31st December, 2009, pp. 182. 13. Scanning Electron microscopic studies of larval fat body and silk gland in Bombyx mori L. exposed to thermal stress - Proceedings of National Seminar on Bioresources and its Management for Food, Livelihood and Environmental Security (20th All India Congress of Zoology), Mumbai, 29th – 31st December, 2009, pp. 15. 14. Histopathology of gill, liver, muscle and brain of Cyprinus carpio communis L. exposed to sublethal concentration of lead and cadmium – Proceedings of National Seminar on Bioresources and its Management for Food, Livelihood and Environmental Security (20 th All India Congress of Zoology), Mumbai, 29th – 31st December, 2009, pp. 112. 15. Impact of temperature stress on heat shock protein 72 expression, biological and commercial traits of Bombyx mori cross breed PM x CSR2 – Proceedings of 1 st International Symposium on Insect Biotechnology & 2nd Korea-Japan Joint Symposium on Insect Biotechnology, Busan, Korea, 27th-30th May, 2009. 16. Death by Misfolding- The Prion Diseases- Proceedings of National Symposium and Workshop on Genomics, Proteomics and Computational Biology- Today & Tomorrow, Vel’s College of Science & Technology, Chennai pp. 42 (2006). Best Paper Award 17. Differential effects of antioxidant agents in modulation of apoptosis induction in human promonocytic cells- Proceedings of National Symposium and Workshop on Genomics, Proteomics and Computational Biology- Today & Tomorrow, Vel’s College of Science & Technology, Chennai pp. 32 (2006). 18. Meeting Challenges of Heavy metal pollution using Biosorption Technology”- Proceedings of National Conference on Plant and Microbial Biotechnology, Loyola College, Chennai (2005). 19. Biomarkers- An indispensable tool for Environmental Risk Assessment”- Proceedings of Seminar on “Healthy Environment for next generation” (2004): 49. Best Paper Award 20. Bioanalysis using High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Theory and Practice”- Proceedings of State level Symposium on HiTech instrumentation in Medical Laboratory Technology for the Diagnosis of Human Diseases, Loyola College, Chennai (2004): 93-94. 21. Proteomics- Most Recent Development in Recombinant DNA Technology”- Proceedings of MICROFEAST, Sengunthar Arts & Science College, Tiruchengode, T.N. (2003). Best Paper Award 22. Heat Conditioning induces Heat Shock Proteins in Broiler Chickens and Turkey Poults”- Proceedings of State level Seminar on Poultry, Loyola College, Chennai (2003): 34.Educational Qualification: Exam passed University/ Year of study Specialized or Percentage of Board Elected subjects Marks 2001- 2005 Specialization in Highly Ph D University of Madras, India November (Degree Molecular commended awarded) Biotechnology M. Phil University of Madras, India 1999-2000 Zoology 79% M. Sc University of Madras, India 1997-1999 Zoology (Main) 60.8% Silver Medal for
ProficiencySeminars/Workshops/Conferences attended XXIV International Congress of Entomology, Daegu, South Korea 22nd National Congress of Parasitology Recent Advances in Sericulture Research Emerging Trends in Biological Sciences Urban Environment Impact Assessment HIV/AIDS Awareness for College Students Conservation of Coastal Ecosystems with the help of Biotechnological tools Frontier Areas of Research in Life Sciences Genomics and Proteomics Popularizing Ecofriendly Practices in Educational Institutions Advancement in Medical Laboratory Technology in Diagnosis of Human Disorders The Current Excitement in Biology Management of Natural Resources for our Sustenance Poultry for sustainable food production and Livelihood Biotechnological and Immunological Strategies for Research Environment, Biodiversity and Bioethics: Current Trends and Future Directions Poultry Industry: A boon to the Indian society for the Eradication of Malnutrition and Unemployment Air Pollution and its impact on Human HealthPersonal Profile Date of Birth- 15.06.1976 Nationality- Indian Passport No - G6513829 Sex- Male Languages Known- English, Hindi, Oriya, Tamil, Bengali, Korean Address: H-No. GL-103, VSS Nagar, Saheed Nagar (PO), Bhubaneswar- 751007, Odisha, IndiaReferences:Dr. Han, Yeon Soo, Professor, Division of Plant Biotechnology, School of Agriculture & LifeSciences, Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea.Mob: +82-10-7340-1160E-mail: email@example.comDr. Shelley Bhattacharya, Professor, Environmental Toxicology Laboratory, ProgrammeCoordinator, Centre for Advanced Studies in Zoology, Department of Zoology, School of LifeSciences, Visva-Bharathi University, Santiniketan – 731235, West Bengal, India.Tel: +913463261176(O); +913463262838 (R)Mobile: +919232374161E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Lawrence Selvaraj, Scientist, Nano-Electronics Programme, Institute of Microelectronics (IME),Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A* Star), 11, Science Park Road, Singapore- 117685Tel: +65-67705783Fax: +65-67731914E-mail: email@example.com