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Department of Biotechnology

The Department of Biotechnology was established in the year 2002. The Department offers a two year M. Sc., Degree Programme in Biotechnology and a Doctoral Programme leading to Ph.D. in Biotechnology from the Academic year 2002 - 2003. With the full financial support of DBT, Govt. of India, a One Year Post M. Sc., Advanced Diploma Course in Molecular Diagnostics was offered during the period 2008-2013. DBT, Govt. of India has extended financial support for strengthening of laboratory equipment to be utilized for M. Sc., Biotechnology teaching in 2009.  The Department has been undertaking research projects of National and International importance in the field of Biotechnology and attracted funds from various funding agencies such as Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), University Grants Commission (UGC), Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) and Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB-CSRP) independently as well as in collaboration with many National Institutes/Universities. The Department is also carrying out collaborative research projects sponsored by the industries such as Indian Tobacco Company Life Science Technology Centre (ITC LSTC), Bengaluru and Tablets India Limited (TIL), Chennai.  The Department is housing a DBT funded National Facility in the form of Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility (BIF) since 2006 and this Centre has received Incentive Awards from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India for getting the first, third and third positions in the category of BIF (Universities) for publication of papers in the journals of high repute for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively. 

A state of the art Proteomics Facility has been established at the Department with 2D and MALDI (Nature India Spl. Issue Aug 2015) and published papers in the area of proteomics in prestigious journals.  The Department has published more than 200 research publications in SCI journals since 2011 with an average impact factor of 2.3.  The Department has been nationally recognized by various funding agencies through the schemes such as DST-FIST (Level I, Phase I 2009-11; Level I, Phase II 2016-21), UGC-SAP (DRS I 2011-2016, DRS-II 2017-2022), DST-PURSE (Phase I 2011-2015, Phase II 2016-2019).  The industrial tie up has culminated in filing nine Indian Patents out of which two have been published.  Many students of the Department have cleared competitive exams such as DBT-JRF, ICMR-JRF, CSIR-JRF-NET, GATE, ASRB-NET, ICAR-NET, SET and TOEFL and secured top ranks.  The faculty members have won awards such as Tamil Nadu Scientist Award [Biological Sciences; 2012], Tamil Nadu Young Women Scientist Award [2010], Shri P. K. Das Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award [2016], BRSI Woman Scientist Award [2014], Shri P. K. Das Memorial Best Faculty Award [Senior category; 2012 & 2013], and Alagappa Excellence Award for Research [2016].

Science campus
Administrative building
Faculty
S.No Photo Name Designation Profile
1 Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Senior Professor & Head
2 Dr. K. Balamurugan Professor
3 Dr. A. Veera Ravi Professor
4 Dr. M. Ramesh Associate Professor
5 Dr. K. Pandima Devi Associate Professor
6 Dr. S. Gowrishankar Assistant Professor
Fee Structure
Year wise Payment
First Year
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee including Guest lecture Fee 1000
2 Lab Fees 12000
3 SPL Fees 2000
4 Other Fees 1000
Total 16000
Second Year
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee including Guest lecture Fee 1000
2 Lab Fees 12000
3 SPL Fees 2000
Total 15000
Semester wise Payment
First Semester
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee including Guest lecture Fee 500
2 Lab Fees 12000
3 SPL Fees 2000
4 Other Fees 1000
Total 15500
Second Semester
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee 500
2 Extra 100
Total 600
Third Semester
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee including Guest lecture Fee 500
2 Lab Fees 12000
3 SPL Fees 2000
Total 14500
Fourth Semester
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Tuition fee 500
2 Extra 100
Total 600
Special Fees Include
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Magazine Fee 100
2 Library fee 250
3 World University Service 10
4 Games Fee 300
5 Students Aid Fund 10
6 Identity Card 25
7 Calendar 50
8 Youth Activities 120
9 Campus Development Fee 500
10 Red cross 5
11 Study Tour Fee 100
12 Campus Connectivity Fee 500
13 N.S.S 30
Total 2000
Other Fees Include
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Admission Fee 500
2 Recognition Fee(Other than Alagappa University Students) 200
3 Parents teachers Association Fee 100
4 Alumni Association Fee 200
Total 1000
Other State Fee
S.No. Details Rs.
1 Candidates of all other State Universities 200
Total 200
Note
  • Only Tuition Fee is exempted for SC/ST Candidates and all other fees to be remitted by them.
  • For Foreign Students – Double the Tuition Fees plus other Fees as applicable for all other candidates
Hostel Facilities
  • Lodging Fees payable to hostel – Rs 8,200/- Per annum for Male/ Female candidates.
  • Boarding charges for every month will be collected under dividing system.
Facilities
BIOINFORMATICS INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITY (BIF)

Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility (BIF) was established at Alagappa University during November 2006 as one of the 52 centres in the Country with the total funding from the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India for the promotion of Biology Teaching through Bioinformatics (BT BI) under Biotechnology Information System Network (BTISnet) programme. This facility has High end and Medium end Servers connected to Desktop Systems with OS, Operating and application software, Databases and Journals and internet connectivity. This facility has been regularly used by PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty Members of the Department of Biotechnology of Alagappa University (60 PG, 40 full time research scholars and 6 faculty members) and neighbouring Department & Institutions. The computational facility provided by the BIF since its creation paved the way for (i) publication of 199 research papers in SCI journals with an average impact factor of 2.34 in the area of bioinformatics and Biotechnology (ii) award of 29 PhDs from Alagappa University and (iii) submission of 253 M.Sc., 74 Post M.Sc., Advanced Diploma in Molecular Diagnostics funded by DBT Project Work Dissertations & 5 B.Tech., Project Work Dissertations and (iv) few hundred oral/poster presentations by the Faculty, Research Scholars and PG students in many national/international fora. A database called SPEIDS (Streptococcus pyogenes enzyme inhibitors using Docking Studies) has been developed which includes the annotation details of the inhibitors screened against novel targets of Streptococcus pyogenes. This national facility was instrumental for submission of 589 DNA sequences comprising 507 numbers of 16S rRNA gene sequences, 52 hypervariable V3 region of 16S rRNA gene sequences , 20 ESBL gene sequences, 6 rpoB gene sequences, 2 metagenome derived gene sequences, an ?-amylase gene sequence and complete sequence of a cryptic plasmid pRK10 in GenBank NCBI Database and Sequence Type for 33 isolates of Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA and MSSA) in MLST Database (Imperial College, London (Wellcome Trust)).

This National Facility secured first third and third positions (among State and Central Universities at the All India Level in BIF category) for publications of papers in journals of high repute in the area of Bioinformatics and Biotechnology in the year 2014, 2015 and 2016 respectively and received incentive awards from DBT, Govt. of India.

PROTEOMICS FACILITY

A State-of-the-Art Proteomics Facility has been established at the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University through the liberal funding from University Grants Commission and Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. This facility includes, Ettan IPGphor 3 Iso-electric Focusing Unit, Ettan DALTsix Electrophoresis Unit, Sonicating water bath and Shimadzu-AXIMA Performance MALDI TOF-TOF Mass Spectrometer, which enable 1 & 2 Dimensional separation and identification of proteins based on mass. By availing these Facilities, Researchers from the Department of Biotechnology have investigated the regulatory proteins involving in signaling pathways during host-pathogen interaction and also identified the molecular mechanisms behind the action of antibiofilm and antivirulence agents against pathogenic bacteria. The scientific data have been published in highly reputed and internationally recognized journals in the field such as Proteomics (Durai et al., 2014) and Journal of Proteomics (Jebamercy et al., 2016, Vigneshkumar et al., 2016 and Sethupathy et al., 2016) with Impact Factors 4.079 and 3.888 respectively. This cutting edge Proteomic Facility has been identified and cited by Nature India as one of the 76 recognized Proteomic centers in India (Nature India Special Issue Aug 4, 2015). This high end Proteomic Facility is open for the Researchers from other Departments of the University and neighbouring Institutions and Universities.

MALDI TOF TOF
2 Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis System

 

Other Important Facilities
Cell Culture Facility
Cell Culture Facility
High Performance Liquid Chromatography
Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography
Plant Tissue Culture Facility
Algae Maintenance Facility
Lyophilizer with Rotary Evaporator
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Research
Major Thrust Areas of Research
1. Alternative to Antibiotics
2. Functional Genomics and Proteomics
3. Understanding the molecular basis of Group A Streptococcal pathogenesis
4. Host-Pathogen Interactions
5. Marine Biology
6. Plant Biotechnology
7. Pharmacology of Natural Products (Exploration of drugs from natural sources for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and Cancer)
8. Microbial Genomics and Molecular Phylogeny
9. Translational Biotechnology
Selected & Recent Research Publications
Dr. S. Karutha Pandian
  • Viszwapriya D, Subramenium GA, Radhika S, Pandian SK. Betulin inhibits cariogenic properties of Streptococcus mutans by targeting vicRK and gtf genes. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 2017 Jan 1; 110(1):153-65. (Impact Factor: 1.944)
  • Viszwapriya D, Subramenium GA, Prithika U, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2016). Betulin inhibits virulence and biofilm of Streptococcus pyogenes by suppressing ropB core regulon, sagA and dltA. Pathogens and Disease 74(7). Pii: ftw088 [FEMS, Oxford University Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.483).
  • Gowrishankar S, Kamaladevi A, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2016). In vitro and invivo biofilm characterization of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from patients associated with pharyngitis infection. Biomed Research International 2016 Article ID 1289157, doi.org/10.1155/2016/1289157 [Hindawi Publishing Corp., New York, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.134).
  • Sivaranjani M, Gowrishankar S, Kamaladevi A, Pandian SK, Balamurugan K and Ravi AV (2016). Morin inhibits biofilm production and reduces the virulence of Listeria monocytogenes - An in vitro and in vivo approach. International Journal of Food Microbiology 237: 73–82 [Elsevier, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 3.445).
  • Rathna J, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2016). Antibiofilm mechanism of 3, 5 Di tertiary butyl phenol against clinically relevant fungal pathogens. Biofouling 32: 979-993 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.42).
  • Viszwapriya D, Prithika U, Deebika S, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2016). In vitro and in vivo antibiofilm potential of 2,4-Di-tert-butylphenol from seaweed surface associated bacterium Bacillus subtilis against Group A Streptococcus. Microbiological Research 191: 19-31 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.561).
  • Sethupathy S, Prasath KG, Ananthi S, Mahalingam S, Balan SY and Pandian SK (2016). Proteomic analysis reveals modulation of iron homeostasis and oxidative stress response in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PA01 by curcumin inhibiting quorum sensing regulated virulence factors and biofilm production. Journal of Proteomics 145: 112–126. doi: 10.1016/j.jprot.2016.04.019 [Elsevier, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 3.888.
  • Rathna J, Ajilda AK, Yazhini B, Prabu HG and Pandian SK (2016). Production of napthoquinones and phenolics by a novel isolate Fusarium solani PSC-R of Palk Bay and their industrial applications. Bioresource Technology 213: 289–298. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2016.04.050. [Elsevier, England] (Impact Factor: 4.494).
  • Rajalaxmi M, Amsa Devi V and Pandian SK (2016). In vitro evaluation of indole-3-carboxaldehyde on Vibrio parahaemolyticus biofilms. Biologia (section Cellular and Molecular Biology) 71: 247-255 [Springer, Slovakia] (Impact Factor: 0.827).
  • Muthamil S and Pandian SK (2016). Inhibitory effect of Murraya koenigii against Candida albicans virulence and biofilm development. Biologia (section Cellular and Molecular Biology) 71: 256-264 [Springer, Slovakia] (Impact Factor: 0.827).
  • Gowrishankar S, Sivaranjani M, Kamaladevi A, Ravi AV, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2016) Cyclic dipeptide-cyclo (L-leucyl-L-prolyl) from marine Bacillus amyloliquefaciens mitigates biofilm formation and virulence in Listeria monocytogenes. Pathogens and Disease [Formerly FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology] doi: 10.1093/femspd/ftw017. [FEMS, Oxford University Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.483).
  • Sivasankar C, Maruthupandiyan S, Balamurugan K, Bhaskar JP, Krishnan V and Pandian SK (2016). A combination of ellagic acid and tetracycline inhibits biofilm formation and associated virulence of Propionibacterium acnes in vitro and in vivo. Biofouling 32: 397-410 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.415).
  • Rajalaxmi M, Shafreen RB, Iyer PM, Vino RS, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2016). In silico, in vitro and in vivo investigations of indole-3-carboxaldehyde identified from the seawater bacterium Marinomonas sp. as an antibiofilm agent against Vibrio cholera O1. Biofouling 32: 1-12 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.415).
  • Gowrishankar S, Kamaladevi A, Ayyanar KS, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2015). Bacillus amyloliquefaciens-secreted cyclic dipeptide- cyclo (L-Leucyl- L-Prolyl) inhibits biofilm and virulence in methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. RSC Advances 5: 95788-95804 [Royal Society of Chemistry, England] (Impact Factor.3.84) (in press).
  • Sethupathy S, Nithya C and Pandian SK (2015). 2-furaldehyde diethyl acetal from tender coconut water (Cocos nucifera L: Arecaceae) attenuates biofilm formation and quorum sensing-mediated virulence of Chromobacterium violaceum and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Biofouling 31: 721-733 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.415).
  • Sethupathy S, Shanmuganathan B, Devi KP and Pandian SK (2015). Alpha-bisabolol from brown macroalga Padina gymnospora mitigates biofilm formation and quorum sensing controlled virulence factor production in Serratia marcescens. Journal of Applied Phycology DOI: 10.1007/s10811-015-0717-z [Springer, The Netherlands] (IF- 2.559).
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D, Thajuddin N and Pandian SK (2015). Effect of 2, 4-di-tert-butylphenol on the growth and biofilm formation of an opportunistic fungus Candida albicans. Biofouling 31:565-574 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.415).
  • Sivasankar C, Ponmalar A, Bhaskar JP and Pandian SK (2015). Glutathione as a promising Anti-Hydrophobicity agent against Malassezia spp. Mycoses 58: 620-631 [Wiley, Germany] (Impact Factor: 2.239).
  • Subramenium GA, Vijayakumar K and Pandian SK (2015). Limonene inhibits streptococcal biofilm formation by targeting surface associated virulence factors. Journal of Medical Microbiology 64: 879-890 [Society for General Microbiology, UK] (Impact Factor: 2.266).
  • Nithyanand P, Beema Shafreen RM, Muthamil S and Pandian SK (2015). Usnic acid inhibits biofilm formation and virulent morphological traits of Candida albicans. Microbiological Research 179: 20-28 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.561).
  • Salini R and Pandian SK (2015). Interference of quorum sensing in urinary pathogen Serratia marcescens by Anethum graveolens. Pathogens and Disease DOI: http://dx.doi.org /10.1093/femspd/ftv038[Formerly FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology] [FEMS, Oxford University Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.554).
  • Subramenium GA, Viszwapriya D, Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K and Pandian SK (2015). covR mediated antibiofilm activity of 3-Furancarboxaldehyde increases the virulence of Group A Streptococcus. PLOS ONE [Public Library of Science, USA] 10(5): e0127210 (Impact Factor: 3.534)
  • Viszwapriya D, Aravindraja C and Pandian SK (2015). Comparative assessment of bacterial diversity associated with co-occuring ekaryotic hosts of Palk Bay origin. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 53:417-423 [NISCAIR, CSIR, India] (Impact Factor: 0.835).
  • Santhakumari S, Kannappan A, Pandian SK, Thajuddin N, Rajendran RB and Ravi AV (2015). Inhibitory effect of marine cyanobacterial extract on biofilm formation and virulence factor production of bacterial pathogens causing vibriosis in aquaculture. Journal of Applied Phycology 28:313-324 [Springer, The Netherlands] (Impact factor: 2.492).
  • Nithyanand P, Beema Shafreen RM, Muthamil S, Murugan R and Pandian SK (2015) Essential oils from commercial and wild Patchouli modulate Group A Streptococcal biofilms. Industrial Crops and Products 69:180-186 [Elsevier, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 3.208).
  • Padmavathi A, Periyasamy M and Pandian SK (2015). Assessment of 2, 4-Di-tert-butylphenol induced modifications in extracellular polymeric substances of Serratia marcescens. Bioresource Technology 188:185-189 [Elsevier, England] (Impact Factor: 4.494).
  • Salini R, Sindhulakshmi M and Pandian SK (2015). Inhibition of quorum sensing mediated biofilm development and virulence in uropathogens by Hyptis suaveolens. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Journal of Microbiology 107:1095-1106 [Springer, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 2.137).
  • Nithyanand P, Beema Shafreen RM, Muthamil S and Pandian SK (2015). Usnic acid, a lichen secondary metabolite inhibits Group AStreptococcus biofilms. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Journal of Microbiology. 107:263-272 [Springer, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 2.137).
  • Padmavathi A, Abinaya A and Pandian SK (2014). Phenol, 2, 4- bis (1, 1-dimethylethyl) of marine bacterial origin inhibits quorum sensing mediated biofilm formation in an uropathogen Serratia marcescens. Biofouling 30:1111-1122 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact factor: 3.415)
  • Padmavathi A and Pandian SK (2014). Antibiofilm activity of biosurfactant producing coral associated bacteria isolated from Gulf of Mannar. Indian Journal of Microbiology 54:376-382 [Springer, India] (Impact Factor: 0.832).
  • Beema Shafreen R, Muthamil S and Pandian SK (2014). Inhibition of Candida albicans virulence factors by novel levofloxacin derivatives. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 98:6775-85 [Springer, Germany] (Impact Factor: 3.689).
  • Gowrishankar S, Poornima B and Pandian SK (2014). Inhibitory efficacy of cyclo (L-Leucyl- L-Prolyl) from mangrove rhizosphere bacterium-Bacillus amyloliquefaciens (MMS-50) on the cariogenic properties of Streptococcus mutans. Research in Microbiology 161:293-304 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.889).
  • Beema Shafreen R, Selvaraj C, Singh SK and Pandian SK (2014). In silico and in vitro studies of cinnamaldehyde and their derivatives against LuxS in Streptococcus pyogenes: effects on biofilm and virulence genes. Journal of Molecular Recognition 27: 106-116 [Wiley, England] (Impact Factor: 3.006).
  • Kalpana BJ, Sindhulakshmi M and Pandian SK (2014). Amylase enzyme from Bacillus subtilis S8-18: A potential desizing agent from marine environment. Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry 61:134-144 [Springer] (Impact Factor: 1.512).
  • Kalpana BJ and Pandian SK (2014). Halotolerant, acid-alkali stable, chelator resistant and raw starch digesting ?-amylase from a marine bacterium Bacillus subtilis S8-18. Journal of Basic Microbiology 54:802-811 [WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany] (Impact Factor: 1.198).
  • Rabbind Singh A, Senthamaraikannan P, Thangavel C, Danda R, Pandian SK, Dharmalingam K (2014). ChiS histidine kinase negatively regulates the production of chitinase ChiC in Streptomyces peucetius. Microbiological Research 169:155-162 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 1.993).
  • Aravindraja C, Viszwapriya D and Pandian SK (2013). Ultradeep 16S rRNA sequencing analysis of geographically similar but diverse unexplored marine samples reveal varied bacterial community composition. PLOS ONE 8(10): e76724 [Public Library of Science, USA] (Impact Factor: 3.730).
  • Beema Shafreen R and Pandian SK (2013). Molecular Modelling and simulation of FabG: An enzyme involved in fatty acid pathway of Streptococcus pyogenes. Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling 45:1-12 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.325).
  • Bakkiyaraj D, [email protected] J, Malathy B and Pandian SK (2013). Antibiofilm potential of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) extract against human bacterial and fungal pathogens. Biofouling 29: 929-937 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.396).
  • Balaji K, Thenmozhi R, Lalitha P and Pandian SK (2013). Comparative analysis of emm types, superantigen gene profiles and antibiotic resistance genes among Streptococcus pyogenes isolates from ocular infections, pharyngitis and asymptomatic children in south India. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 19C: 105-112 [Elsevier, New York, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.768).
  • Bakkiyaraj D, Sivasankar C and Pandian SK (2013). Anti-pathogenic potential of Coral associated bacteria isolated from Gulf of Mannar against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Indian Journal of Microbiology 53:111-113 [Springer, India] (Impact Factor: 0.832).
  • Balaji K, Okanjo PA, Thenmozhi R and Pandian SK (2013). Virulence and multidrug resistance pattern of Vibrio cholerae O1 isolates from diarrhoeal outbreaks of south India during 2006-2009. Microbial Drug Resistance 19:198-203 [Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Publishers, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.364).
  • Balaji K, Thenmozhi R and Pandian SK (2013). Effect of subinhibitory concentrations of fluoroquinolones on biofilm production by clinical isolates of Streptococcus pyogenes. Indian Journal of Medical Research 137:963-971 [ICMR] (Impact Factor: 2.061).
  • Beema Shafreen R, Selvaraj C, Singh SK and Pandian SK (2013). Exploration of fluoroquinolones resistance in Streptococcus pyogenes: comparative structure analysis of Wild-Type and mutant DNA gyrase. Journal of Molecular Recognition 26: 276-285 [Wiley, UK] (Impact Factor: 3.006).
  • Gowrishankar S, Thenmozhi R, Balaji K and Pandian SK (2013). Emergence of methycillin-resistant, vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus among patients associated with Group A Streptococcal pharyngitis infection in southern India. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 14: 383-389 [Elsevier, New York, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.768).
  • Nithyanand P, Inthumathi T, Ravi AV and Pandian SK (2010). Culture independent characterization of bacteria associated with the mucus of the coral Acropora digitifera from the Gulf of Mannar. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 27:1399-1406 [Springer, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 1.082).
  • Packiavathy IASV, Sasikumar P, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2013). Prevention of quorum sensing mediated biofilm development and virulence factors production in Vibrio spp. by curcumin. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 97: 10177-10187 [Springer, Germany] (Impact Factor: 3.689).
  • Devi KP, Sakthivel R, Nish SA, Suganthy N and Pandian SK (2013). Eugenol alters the integrity of cell membrane and acts against the nosocomial pathogen Proteus mirabilis. Archives of Pharmacal Research [Springer, Seoul, South Korea] 36:282-292 (Impact Factor: 1.538).
  • Gowrishankar S, Duncan MN and Pandian SK (2012). Coral associated bacteria as a promising antibiofilm agent against methicillin resistant and susceptible Staphylococcus aureus biofilms. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2012: 862374 doi:10.1155/2012/862374 [Hindawi Publishing Corp., New York, USA] (Impact Factor: 4.774).
  • Bakkiyaraj D, Sivasankar C and Pandian SK (2012). Inhibition of quorum sensing regulated biofilm formation in Serratia marcescens causing nosocomial infections. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 22:3089-3094 [Elsevier, UK] (Impact Factor: 2.661).
  • Kalpana BJ, Aarthy S and Pandian SK (2012). Antibiofilm activity of alpha-amylase from Bacillus subtilis S8-18 against biofilm forming human bacterial pathogens. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 167:1778-1794 [Humana Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 1.893).
  • Balaji K, Thenmozhi R, Sundaravadivel M and Pandian SK (2012). Comparison of bacterial communities in the throat swabs from healthy subjects and pharyngitis patients by terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 167:1459-1773 [Humana Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 1.893)
  • Nithya C and Pandian SK (2012). Evaluation of bacterial diversity in Palk Bay sediments using terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphisms (T-RFLP). Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 167:1763-1777 [Humana Press, USA] (Impact Factor: 1.893).
  • Packiavathy IASV, Priya S, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Inhibition of biofilm development of uropathogens by curcumin – An anti-quorum sensing agent from Curcuma longa. Food Chemistry [Elsevier] 148:453-460 (Impact factor: 3.655).
  • Packiavathy IASV, Agilandeswari P, Musthafa KS, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Antibiofilm and quorum sensing inhibitory potential of Cuminum cyminum and its secondary metabolite methyl eugenol against Gram negative bacterial pathogens. Food Research International 45:85-92 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 2.416).
  • Chandra Babu NK, Swarna Kumari B, Vimalarani SH, Shanthi C, Pandian SK and Sadulla S (2012). Microbiological aspects of hide and skin preservation by chilling. Journal of Society for Leather Technologists and Chemists 96:71-76 (Impact factor: 0.561).
  • Jayakumar K, Rajesh R, Dharuman V, Venkatasan R, Hahn JH and Pandian SK (2012) Gold nano particle decorated graphene core first generation PAMAM dendrimer for label free electrochemical DNA hybridization sensing. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 31: 406– 412 [Elsevier, England] (Impact factor: 5.397).
  • Devi KP, Sakthivel R, Nish SA, Suganthy N and Pandian SK (2012). Eugenol alters the integrity of cell membrane and acts against the nosocomial pathogen Proteus mirabilis. Archives of Pharmacal Research 36:282-292 [Springer, Seoul, South Korea] (Impact Factor: 1.588).
  • Beema Shafreen R, Srinivasan S, Manisankar P and Pandian SK (2011). Biofilm formation by Streptococcus pyogenes: modulation of exopolysaccharide by fluoroquinolone derivatives. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 112(4):345-50 [Society for Biotechnology, Japan; Distributed outside Japan by Elsevier] (Impact Factor 1.707).
  • Katiyar SP, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2011). Role of aromatic stack pairing at the catalytic site of gelonin protein. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 410:75-80 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor 2.595).
  • Nithya C, Devi MG and Pandian SK (2011). A novel compound from marine bacterium Bacillus pumilus S6-15 inhibits biofilm formation in Gram positive and Gram negative species. Biofouling 27:519-528 [Taylor & Francis, UK] (Impact Factor: 4.415).
  • Ibrahim KS, Muniyandi J and Pandian SK (2011). Cloning, sequence and structural analysis of dehairing Mn2+ dependent alkaline serine protease (MASPT) of Bacillus pumilus TMS55. Protein and Peptide Letters 18:1035-1041 [Bentham Science Publishers, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor 1.849).
  • Nithyanand P, Manju S and Pandian SK (2011). Phylogenetic characterization of culturable Actinomycetes associated with the mucus of the coral Acropora digitifera from Gulf of Mannar. FEMS Microbiology Letters 314:112-118 [Wiley-Blackwell, UK] (Impact Factor: 2.199).
  • Nithyanand P, Indhumathi T, Ravi AV and Pandian SK (2011). Culture independent characterization of bacteria associated with the mucus of the coral Acropora digitifera from the Gulf of Mannar. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 27:1399-1406 [Springer, The Netherlands] (Impact Factor: 1.082).
  • Thenmozhi R, Balaji K, Kumar R, Rao TS and Pandian SK (2011). Characterization of biofilms in different clinical M serotypes of Streptococcus pyogenes. Journal of Basic Microbiology 51: 1-9 [Wiley-VCH, Germany] (Impact Factor: 1.395).
  • Nithya C, Gnanalakshmi B and Pandian SK (2011). Assessment and characterization of heavy metal resistance in Palk Bay sediment bacteria. Marine Environmental Research 71:283-294 [Elsevier, USA] (Impact Factor: 1.953).
  • Ibrahim KS, Muniyandi J and Pandian SK (2011). Purification and characterization of a manganese dependent alkaline serine protease from Bacillus pumilus TMS55. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 21: 20-27 [The Korean Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology, Seoul, Korea] (Impact Factor: 1.224).
  • Rajarajan S, Ibrahim KS and Pandian SK (2011). AP-APSE dpol intein: A novel family A DNA polymerase intein domain. Bioinformation 6: 149-152 [Biomedical Informatics, India] [ISSN 0973-2063 (online) 0973-8894 (print)].
Dr. K. Balamurugan
  • Prithika U, Vikneswari R and Balamurugan K (2016). Short term memory of Caenorhabditis elegans against bacterial pathogens involves CREB transcription factor. Immunobiology. DOI: 10.1016/j.imbio.2016.12.008 [Country: Netherlands; Publisher: Elsevier BV] (Impact Factor: 2.99).
  • Marudhupandiyan S and Balamurugan K (2016). Intrinsic JNK-MAPK pathway involvement requires daf-16 mediated immune response during Shigella flexneri infection in C. elegans. Immunologic Research DOI: 10.1007/s12026-016-8879-6. [Country: USA; Springer] (Impact Factor: 2.934).
  • Kamaladevi A and Balamurugan K (2016). Lactobacillus casei triggers TLR mediated RACK-1 dependent p38 MAPK pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans to resist Klebsiella pneumoniae infection. Food & Function 7: 3211- 3223. DOI: 10.1039/C6FO00510A [Country: UK; Royal Society of Chemistry] (Impact Factor: 2.791).
  • Prithika U, Deepa V and Balamurugan K (2016). External induction of heat shock stimulates the immune response and longevity of C. elegans towards pathogen exposure. Innate Immunity 22(6): 466-478. DOI: 10.1177/1753425916654557 [Country: UK; SAGE Publishing] (Impact Factor: 3.271)
  • Vigneshkumar B, Durai S, Kundu S and Balamurugan K (2016). Proteome Analysis Reveals Translational Inhibition of Caenorhabditis elegans enhances susceptibility to Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 pathogenesis. Journal of Proteomics 145: Pages 141-152. DOI: 10.1016/j.jprot.2016.03.047 [Elsevier, Country: UK] (Impact Factor: 3.888)
  • JebaMercy G, Durai S, Prithika U, Marudhupandiyan S, Dasauni P, Kundu S and Balamurugan K (2016). Role of DAF-21 in Caenorhabditis elegans immunity against Proteus mirabilis infection. Journal of Proteomics 145: Pages 81-90. DOI:10.1016/j.jprot.2016.03.047 [Elsevier, Country: UK] (Impact Factor: 3.888)
  • Kamaladevi A and Balamurugan K (2016). Lipopolysaccharide of Klebsiella pneumoniae attenuates immunity of Caenorhabditis elegans and evades by altering its supramolecular structure. RSC Advances 6:30070-30080. DOI: 10.1039/C5RA18206A. [Country: UK; Royal Society of Chemistry] (Impact Factor 3.84)
  • Prasanth MI, Santoshram GS, Bhaskar JP and Balamurugan K (2016). Ultraviolet-A triggers photoaging in model nematode Caenorhabditis elegans in a DAF- 16 dependent pathway. AGE (Dordr) 38(27): 1-13; DOI: 10.1007/s11357-016-9889-y (Country: American Aging Association, Dordrecht, The Netherlands; Publisher: Springer; Impact Factor: 3.445)
  • Kamaladevi A, Ganguli A and Balamurugan K (2016). Lactobacillus casei stimulates phase-II detoxification system and rescues malathion induced physiological impairments in Caenorhabditis elegans. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology 179: 19-28. DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpc.2015.08.004 (Country: New York, USA; Publisher: Elsevier Science; Impact Factor: 2.301).
  • Sivamaruthi BS, Madhumita R, Balamurugan K and Rajan KE (2015). Cronobacter sakazakii infection alters serotonin transporter and improved fear memory retention in the rats. Frontiers in Pharmacology, section Neuropharmacology 6:188. doi: 10.3389/fphar.2015.00188 (Country: Switzerland; Publisher: Lausanne: Frontiers Media; Impact factor: 3.8).
  • Kamaladevi A and Balamurugan K (2015). Role of PMK-1/p38 MAPK defense in Caenorhabditis elegans against Klebesiella pneumoniae infection and changes in supra-molecular aggregate structure of LPS during host-pathogen interaction. Pathogens and Disease 73 (5) (Formerly FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology. Published on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies) DOI: 10.1093/femspd/ftv021 (Country: UK; Oxford University Press. Impact Factor: 2.554)
  • Sivamaruthi B, Prasanth MI and Balamurugan K (2015). Alterations in Caenorhabditis elegans and Cronobacter sakazakii lipopolysaccharide during interaction. Archives of Microbiology 197:327-337 DOI:10.1007/s00203-014-1064-1 (Country: USA; Springer-Verlag; Impact Factor: 1.8).
  • Kesika P, Prasanth MI and Balamurugan K (2015). Modulation of Caenorhabditis elegans immune response and modification of Shigella endotoxin upon interaction. Journal of Basic Microbiology. doi: 10.1002/jobm.201400511 [Impact factor: 1.822].
  • JebaMercy G, Prithika U, Lavanya N, Sekar C and Balamurugan K (2015). Changes in host, Caenorhabditis elegans and Staphylococcal Lipoteichoic acid during their interactions. Gene 558 (1): 159-172. DOI: 10.1016/j.gene.2014.12.056 [Country: UK; Elsevier Ltd; Impact Factor: 2.341].
  • Durai S, Nirpendra S, Suman K and Balamurugan K (2014). Proteomic investigation of Vibrio alginolyticus challenged Caenorhabditis elegans revealed regulation of cellular homeostasis proteins and their role in supporting innate immune system. Proteomics 14(15):1820-32. DOI 10:1002/pmic.201300374. [Country: Germany; WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Germany; Impact Factor: 4.150].
  • Vigneshkumar B, Radhakrishnan S and Balamurugan K (2014). Analysis of Gram negative pathogen Lipid A changes during the interaction with model organism, Caenorhabditis elegans. Lipids. 49(6):555-75. DOI: 10.1007/s11745-014-3898-3 [Country: Germany; Springer Berlin Heidelberg; Impact Factor: 2.129].
  • Durai S, Vigneshwari L and Balamurugan K (2013). Caenorhabditis elegans based in vivo screening of bioactives from marine sponge associated bacteria against Vibrio alginolyticus. Journal of Applied Microbiology Dec; 115(6):1329-42. DOI: 10.1111/jam.12335y [Wiley] [Impact Factor: 2.337].
  • Sivamaruthi B and Balamurugan K (2013) Physiological and immunological regulations in Caenorhabditis elegans infected with Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi. Indian Journal of Microbiology 54 (1): 52-58. DOI: 10.1007/s12088-013-0424-x [Springer] [Impact Factor: 0.511].
  • Jebamercy G, Vigneshwari L and Balamurugan K (2013). A MAP Kinase pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans is required for defense against infection by opportunistic Proteus species. Microbes and Infection 15(8-9): 550-568. DOI:10.1016/j.micinf.2013.03.009 [ELSEVIER] (Impact Factor: 3.101).
  • Kamaladevi A, Ganguli A, Kumar M and Balamurugan K (2013). Lactobacillus casei protects malathion induced oxidative stress and macromolecular changes in Caenorhabditis elegans. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 105: pp. 213-223. DOI: 10.1016/j.pestbp.2013.02.005 [ELSEVIER] (Impact Factor: 2.009).
  • VigneshKumar B, Durai S, Nirpendra Singh, Suman K and Balamurugan K. (2013). Understanding host-pathogen interaction by proteomic studies involving C. elegans and P. aeruginosa. Protein Science, 2013 August: Vol 22, Special Issue- Issue Supplement S1, Pages 1-258 (Impact factor: 2.735).
  • Vigneshkumar B, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2013). Catalase Activity and Innate Immune Response to the Heavy Metal Toxin Lead by the Caenorhabditis elegans Environmental Toxicology 28(6):313-321. Doi:10.1002/tox.20722. [Country: USA; Impact Factor: 1.831].
  • Jebamercy G and Balamurugan K (2012). Effects of subsequent infections in Caenorhabditis elegans with Staphylococcus aureus and Proteus mirabilis. Microbiology and Immunology 56(12):825-35. doi: 10.1111/j.1348-0421.2012.00509.x. [Wiley-Blackwell, Japan, Impact Factor: 1.304].
  • Durai S and Balamurugan K (2012). Rescue of model organism, Caenorhabditis elegans by Lagerstroemia speciosa flower extract against clinical and drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 2012; 16S1:e317-e473; No. 54.009. [Country: USA; Impact Factor: 2.529].
  • JebaMercy, G and Balamurugan, K. Response of Caenorhabditis elegans during subsequent infections with Gram positive and negative bacteria. BMC Infectious Diseases 2012; 12:P44 (Impact Factor: 3.118).
  • Balamurugan K and Kesika P (2012). Role of immune pathways in Caenorhabditis elegans during Serratia marcescens infection. Clinical Microbiology and Infection 18(s3):1-902.
  • Balamurugan K and Sivamaruthi B (2012). Changes in immune pathway and proteins of Caenorhabditis elegans during Cronobacter sakazakii infection. The FASEB Journal 26: 1156.2 [Country: USA; Impact Factor: 6.79].
  • Balamurugan K and JebaMercy G (2012). Role and contribution of conserved p38MAP kinase pathway in Caenorhabditis elegans immunity during Proteus vulgaris infection. The FASEB Journal 26: 835.2 [Country: USA; Impact Factor: 6.79].
  • Kesika P and Balamurugan K (2012). Studies on Shigella boydii infection in Caenorhabditis elegans and bioinformatics analysis of immune regulatory protein interactions. BBA: Proteins and Proteomics 1824 (12): 1449–1456 [http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016 /j.bbapap. 2012.07.008]. [Country: Germany; Impact Factor: 3.635]
  • Vigneshkumar B, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2012). Regulation of Caenorhabditis elegans and Pseudomonas aeruginosa machinery during interactions. Archives of Microbiology 2012 Apr; 194(4):229-42 [Country: Germany; Impact Factor: 1.927].
  • Jebamercy G, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2011). Changes in Caenorhabditis elegans life-span and selective innate immune genes during Staphylococcus aureus infection. Folia Microbiologica 56: 373-380 (Springer Publishers; Country: Netherlands; Impact Factor: 0.978).
  • Durai S, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2011). Changes in Caenorhabditis elegans exposed to Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 21(10): 1026–1035 [Country: South Korea; Impact Factor: 1.381].
  • Sivamaruthi B, Ganguli A, Kumar M, Bhaviya S, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2011). Caenorhabditis elegans as a model for studying Cronobacter sakazakii ATCC BAA-894 pathogenesis. Journal of Basic Microbiology 51, 540–549 DOI 10.1002/jobm.201000377. [Country: UK; Impact Factor: 1.822]
  • Kesika P, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2011). Analysis of Shigella flexneri mediated infections in model organism, Caenorhabditis elegans. Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases 43(4):286-95 DOI: 10.3109/00365548. 2010.548400 [Country: UK; Impact Factor: 1.70].
  • Durai S, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K (2011). Establishment of a Caenorhabditis elegans infection model for Vibrio alginolyticus. Journal of Basic Microbiology 51(3):243-52. DOI 10.1002/jobm.201000303 [Country: UK; Impact Factor: 1.822].
Dr. A. Veera Ravi
  • Srinivasan R, Rama Devi K, Kannappan A, Karutha Pandian S, Ravi AV (2016). Piper betle and its bioactive metabolite phytol mitigate quorum sensing mediated virulence factors and biofilm of nosocomial pathogen Serratia marcescensin vitro. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2016.10.017. (IF: 3.055)
  • Rama Devi K, Srinivasan R, Kannappan A, Santhakumari S, Bhuvaneswari M, Rajasekar P, Prabhu NM and Ravi AV (2016). In vitro and in vivo efficacy of rosmarinic acid on quorum sensing mediated biofilm formation and virulence factor production in Aeromonas hydrophila. Biofouling, 32(10): 1171–1183 (IF: 3.000)
  • Sivaranjani M, Gowrishankar S, Kamaladevi A, Pandian SK, Balamurugan K, Ravi AV (2016). Morin inhibits biofilm production and reduces the virulence of Listeria monocytogenes – An in vitro and in vivo approach. International Journal of Food Microbiology, DOI: 10.1016.j.ijifoodmicro.2016.08.021. (IF: 3.445)
  • Sivaranjani M, Krishnan SR, Kannappan A, Ramesh M and Ravi AV (2016). Curcumin from Curcuma longa affects the virulence of Pectobacterium wasabiae and P. caratovorum subsp. caratovorum via quorum sensing regulation. European Journal of Plant Pathology, DOI: 10.1007/s10658-016-0957-z (Article in Press) (IF: 1.490)
  • Santhakumari S, Kannappan A, Pandian SK, Thajuddin N, Rajendran RB and Ravi AV (2015). Inhibitory effect of marine cyanobacterial extract on biofilm formation and virulence factor production of bacterial pathogens causing vibriosis in aquaculture. Journal of Applied Phycology, 28 (1): 313-24 (IF: 2.492)
  • Annapoorani A, Kalpana B, Musthafa KS, Pandian SK, and Ravi AV (2013). Antipathogenic potential of Rhizophora spp. against the quorum sensing mediated virulence production in drug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Phytomedicine, 20(11):956-63 (Impact factor: 3.268)
  • Musthafa KS, Sahu SK, Ravi AV and Kathiresan K (2013). Anti-quorum sensing potential of the mangrove Rhizophora annamalayana. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 29(10):1851-8 (Impact factor: 1.532)
  • Packiavathy IASV, Sasikumar P, Pandian SK, Ravi AV (2013). Prevention of quorum sensing mediated biofilm development and virulence factors production in Vibrio spp. by curcumin. Applied microbiology and Biotechnology, 97(23): 10177-87 (Impact factor: 3.425)
  • Packiavathy IASV, Priya S, Pandian SK, Ravi AV (2012). Inhibition of biofilm development of uropathogens by curcumin – An anti-quorum sensing agent from Curcuma longa. Food Chemistry, 148: 453-460 (Impact factor: 3.655)
  • Musthafa KS, Sivamaruthi BS, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Quorum sensing inhibition in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 by antagonistic compound phenyl acetic acid. Current Microbiology, 65: 475-480 (Impact factor: 1.51)
  • Annapoorani A, Umamageswaran V, Parameswari R, Pandian SK, Ravi AV (2012). Computational discovery of putative quorum sensing inhibitors against LasR and RhlR receptor proteins of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Journal of Computer - Aided Molecular Design, 26: 1067-1077 (Impact factor: 3.386)
  • Annapoorani A, Jabbar AKKA, Musthafa SKS, Pandian SK, Ravi AV (2012). Inhibition of quorum sensing mediated virulence factors production in urinary pathogen Serratia marcescens PS1 by marine sponges. Indian Journal of Microbiology, 52: 160-166 (Impact factor: 0.938)
  • Annapoorani A, Parameswari R, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Methods to determine antipathogenic potential of phenolic and flavonoid compounds against urinary pathogen Serratia marcescens. Journal of Microbiological Methods, 91: 208-211 (Impact factor: 2.018)
  • Musthafa KS, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). 2, 5 – piperazinedione inhibits quorum sensing dependent factors production in Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1. Journal of Basic Microbiology, 52:1–8 (Impact factor:1.395)
  • Packiavathy ISV, Agilandeswari P, Musthafa KS, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Antibiofilm and quorum sensing inhibitory potential of Cuminum cyminum and its secondary metabolite methyl eugenol against Gram negative bacterial pathogens. Food Research International, 45: 85–92 (Impact Factor: 3.150)
  • Musthafa KS, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2012). Inhibition of quorum sensing dependent phenotypic expressions in Serratia marcescens by marine sediment Bacillus spp. SS4. Annals of Microbiology, 62:443–447 (Impact factor: 0.358)
  • Packiavathy ISV, Agilandeswari P, Rajendran RB, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2011). Anti-quorum sensing and antibiofilm potential of Capparis spinosa. Archives of Medical Research, 42: 658–668 (Impact factor:1.733)
  • Musthafa KS, Saroja V, Pandian SK and Ravi AV (2011). Antipathogenic potential of marine Bacillus sp. SS4 on N-acyl homoserine lactone mediated virulence factors production in Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PAO1). Journal of Biosciences, 36: 55 – 67 (Impact factor: 1.956)
Dr. M. Ramesh
  • Rency AS, Satish L, Ramesh M (2016). In vitro propagation and genetic fidelity analysis of alginate encapsulated Bacopa monnieri shoot tip using Gracilaria salicornia extracts. Journal of Applied Phycology [Springer, Netherlands] DOI: 10.1007/s10811-016-0918-0 [Impact Factor: 2.372].
  • Largia MJV, Satish L, Johnsi R, Shilpha J, Ramesh M (2016). Analysis of propagation of Bacopa monnieri (L.) from hairy roots, elicitation and Bacoside A contents of Ri transformed plants. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology [Springer, Netherlands], 32:131. DOI 10.1007/s11274-016-2083-7 [Impact Factor: 1.532].
  • Satish L, Rathinapriya P, Rency SA, Ceasar SA, Prathibha M, Pandian S, Rameshkumar R, Ramesh M (2016). Effect of salinity stress on finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L) Gaertn): histochemical and morphological analysis of coleoptile and coleorhizae. Flora – Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants [Elsevier, Germany], 222:111- 120. [Impact Factor: 1.590].
  • Rameshkumar R, Largia M V, Satish L, Shilpha J, Ramesh M (2016). In vitro mass propagation and conservation of Nilgirianthus ciliatus through nodal explants: A globally endangered, high trade medicinal plant of Western Ghats. Plant Biosystems [Taylor & Francis, United Kingdom] DOI: 10.1080/11263504.2016.1149120.[Impact Factor: 1.360].
  • Shilpha J, Jayashre M, Largia MV, Ramesh M (2016). Direct shoot organogenesis and Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation of Solanum trilobatum L. Turkish journal of Biology [TUBITAK Academic Journals], 40:866 - 877 [Impact Factor: 1.183].
  • Satish L, Shilpha J, Pandian S, Rency SA, Rathinapriya P, Ceasar SA, Largia MJV, Rameshkumar R, Kumar AA and Ramesh M (2016). Analysis of genetic variation in Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) genotypes with various agronomical traits using SPAR methods. Gene [Elsevier, Ireland], 576,581-585. [Impact Factor: 2.319].
  • Satish L, Rency AS, Rathinapriya P, Ceasar SA, Pandian S, Rameshkumar R, Rao TB, Balachandran SM, Ramesh M (2016). Influence of plant growth regulators and spermidine on somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in four Indian genotypes of finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn) Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands], 124:15–31. [Impact Factor: 2.390].
  • Satish L, Rathinapriya P, Rency AS, Pandian S, Rameshkumar R, Ramesh M (2016). Somatic embryogenesis and regeneration using Gracilaria edulis and Padina boergesenii seaweed liquid extracts and genetic fidelity in finger millet (Eleusine coracana) Journal of Applied Phycology [Springer, Netherlands] 28(3):2083-2098 [Impact Factor: 2.372].
  • Satish L, Rathinapriya P, Ceasar SA, Rency AS, Pandian S, Rameshkumar R, Subramanian A, Ramesh M (2015). Effects of cefotaxime, amino acids and carbon source on somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in four Indian genotypes of foxtail millet (Setaria italica L.). In Vitro Cell Development Biology - Plant [Kluwer academic Publishers, USA] 52(2) 140 -153. [Impact factor: 1.152].
  • Shilpha J, Satish L, Kavikkuil M, Largia MJV and Ramesh M (2015). Methyl jasmonate elicits the solasodine production and anti-oxidant activity in hairy root cultures of Solanum trilobatum L. Industrial Crops and Products [Elsevier, Ireland], 71:54–64. [Impact Factor: 3.2].
  • Largia MJV, Pothiraj G, Shilpha J and Ramesh M (2015). Methyl Jasmonate and Salicylic acid synergism enhances Bacoside A content in shoot cultures of Bacopa monnieri (L.). Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands], 122:9-20. [Impact factor: 2.69].
  • Priya AM Krishnan SR and Ramesh M (2015). Ploidy stability of Oryza sativa L. cv IR64 transformed with moth bean P5CS gene with significant tolerance against drought and salinity. Turkish Journal of Biology [Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey], 39:407- 416. [Impact factor: 1.216].
  • Satish L, Ceasar SA, Shilpha J, Rency AS, Rathinapriya P and Ramesh M (2015). Direct plant regeneration from in vitro - derived shoot apical meristems of finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology - Plant [Springer, US], 51:192–200. [Impact factor: 1.162].
  • Satish L, Rameshkumar R, Rathinapriya P, Pandian S, Rency AS, Sunitha T and Ramesh M (2015). Effect of seaweed liquid extracts and plant growth regulators on in vitro mass propagation of brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) through hypocotyl and leaf disc explants. Journal of Applied Phycology [Springer, Netherlands], 27:993–1002. [Impact Factor: 2.492].
  • Largia MJV, Shilpha J, Pothiraj G and Ramesh M (2015). Analysis of nuclear DNA content, genetic stability, Bacoside A quantity and antioxidant potential of long term in vitro grown germplasm lines of Bacopa monnieri (L.). Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands], 120:399–406. [Impact Factor: 3.633].
  • Shilpha J, Silambarasan T, Largia MJV and Ramesh M (2014). Improved in vitro propagation, solasodine accumulation and assessment of clonal fidelity in regenerants of Solanum trilobatum L. by flow cytometry and SPAR methods. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands] 117:125–129. [Impact Factor: 3.633].
  • Krishnan SR, Priya AM and Ramesh M (2013). Rapid regeneration and ploidy stability of ‘cv IR36’ indica rice (Oryza sativa L.) confers efficient protocol for in vitro callus organogenesis and Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation. Botanical Studies [Springer open], 54:47. [Impact Factor: 1.159].
  • Largia MJV, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2013). Genetic fidelity assessment of encapsulated in vitro tissues of Bacopa monnieri after 6 months of storage by using ISSR and RAPD markers. Turkish Journal of Botany [TUBITAK, Turkey], 37:1008-1017. [Impact Factor: 1.6].
  • Shilpha J, Silambarasan T, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2013). Assessment of genetic diversity in Solanum trilobatum L., an important medicinal plant from South India using RAPD and ISSR markers. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution [Springer, Netherlands], 60:807-818. [Impact Factor: 1.593].
  • Karthikeyan A, Rameshkumar R, Sivakumar N, Ali Amri IS, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2012). Antibiofilm activity of Dendrophthoe falcata against different bacterial pathogens. Planta Medica [Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart. New York], 78:1918-1926. [Impact Factor: 2.348].
  • Priya AM, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2012). Effect of different antibiotics on the elimination of Agrobacterium and high frequency Agrobacterium-medicated transformation of indica rice Oryza sativa (L.). Czech J Genetics Plant Breeding [Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic], 48(3):120–130. [Impact Factor: 0.532].
  • Karthikeyan A, Shilpha J, Karutha Pandian S and Ramesh M (2012). Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of indica rice cv. ADT 43. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands], 109:153 – 165. [Impact factor – 3.633].
  • Karthikeyan A, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2011). Transgenic indica rice cv. ADT 43 expressing a ?1- pyrroline – 5-carboxylate synthetase (P5CS) gene from Vigna aconitifoliademonstrates salt tolerance. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture [Kluwer academic Publishers, Netherlands], 107: 383-395. [Impact Factor: 3.09].
  • Priya AM and Ramesh M (2011). Efficient in vitro plant regeneration through leaf base derived callus cultures of abiotic stress sensitive popular asian indica rice cultivar IR 64 (Oryza sativa L.). Acta Biologica Hungarica [Akadémiai Kiadó], 62(4) 441 – 452. [Impact Factor: 0.793].
  • Karthikeyan A, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2011) Agrobacterium –mediated transformation of leaf base derived callus tissues of popular indica rice (Oryza sativa L.sub sp.indica cv.ADT 43). Plant Science [Elsevier Ireland], 181: 258 – 268. (Impact Factor: 2.945).
  • Priya AM, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2011) Effect of NaCl on in vitro plant regeneration from embryogenic callus cultures of ‘cv IR 64’ indica rice (Oryza sativa L.). African Journal of Biotechnology [Academic Journals], 10 (36): 6947 – 6953. (Impact Factor: 0.573).
  • Karthikeyan A, Madhanraj G, Pandian SK and Ramesh M (2011) Genetic similarity among highly endangered Bacopa monnieri (L.) Pennell from Southern India as detected using RAPD analysis. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution [Springer, Netherlands], 58:769 – 782. (Impact Factor: 1.538).
  • Ramesh M, Karthikeyan A, Vijayakumar KP, Joe Virgin Largia and Pandian SK (2011) Agrobacterium - mediated transformation of pharmaceutically important Indian medicinal herb Bacopa monnieri (L.). Journal of Medicinal plants Research [Academic Journals], 5(11): 2316 – 2321. (Impact Factor: 0.879).
  • Ramesh M, Vijayakumar KP, Karthikeyan A and Pandian SK (2011) RAPD based genetic stability analysis among micropropagated, synthetic seed derived and hardened plants of Bacopa monnieri (L.): a threatened Indian medicinal herb. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum [Springer, Poland], 33:163 – 171. (Impact Factor: 1.639).
Dr. K. Pandima Devi
  • Malar DS, Shafreen RMB, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2017). Cholinesterase inhibitory, anti-amyloidogenic and neuroprotective effect of the medicinal plant Grewia tiliaefolia – an in vitro and in silico study. Pharmaceutical Biology 55(1):381-393. [Taylor and Francis] (IF-1.546)
  • Devi KP, Malar DS, Braidy N, Nabavi SM and Nabavi SF. A mini review on the chemistry and neuroprotective effects of silymarin. Current Drug Targets (2016), [Bentham Science] (Accepted) (IF-3.029)
  • Devi KP, Shanmuganathan B, Manayi A, Nabavi SF, Nabavi SM. Molecular and Therapeutic Targets of Genistein in Alzheimer’s disease. Molecular Neurobiology [Springer] (Accepted) (IF- 5.397)
  • Suganthy N, Devi KP, Nabavi SF, Braidy N and Nabavi SM (2016). Bioactive effects of quercetin in the central nervous system: Focusing on the mechanisms of actions. Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy 84, 892–908 [Elsevier] (IF- 2.326)
  • Shanmuganathan B, Devi KP (2016). Evaluation of the nutritional profile and anti-oxidant and anti-cholinesterase activities of Padina gymnospora (Phaeophyceae). European Journal of Phycology (Accepted) [Taylor and Francis] (IF-1.912)
  • Devi KP, Rajavel T, Skalicka-Wozniak K, Nabavi SF, Daglia M, Bishayee A, Pazoki-toroudi H, Nabavi SM (2016). Molecular targets of curcumin for cancer therapy: an updated review. Tumour Biology [Springer] (Accepted) (IF: 3.611)
  • Pazoki-Toroudi H, Amani H, Ajami M, Nabavi SF, Braidy N, Devi KP, Nabavi SM. (2016). Targeting mTOR signaling by polyphenols: A new therapeutic target for ageing. Ageing Research Reviews Jul 21. pii: S1568-1637(16)30162-3 [Elsevier] (Accepted) (IF: 7.526)
  • Russo M, Russo GL, Daglia M, Devi KP, Sakthivel R, Nabavi SF, Nabavi SM (2016). Understanding genistein in cancer: The “good” and the “bad” effects: A review. Food Chemistry, April 196, 589–600 (IF-3.391).
  • Suganthy N, Malar DS, Devi KP (2016). In vitro antiaggregation and deaggregation potential of Rhizophora mucronata and its bioactive compound (+) - Catechin against Alzheimer's beta amyloid peptide (25-35). Neurological Research, 21 (Oct), 1-11 [Taylor and Francis] (IF-1.418)
  • Suganthy N, Malar DS, Devi KP (2016). Rhizophora mucronata attenuates Beta-amyloid induced cognitive dysfunction, oxidative stress and cholinergic deficit in Alzheimer's disease animal model. Metabolic Brain Disease, 31(4) (Aug), 937-949 (IF-2.638)
  • Suganthy N, Devi KP (2016). Protective effect of catechin rich extract of Rhizophora mucronata against b- amyloid -Induced toxicity in PC12 Cells. Journal of Applied Biomedicine, 14 (2) (Aug), 137-146. [Elsevier] (IF-1.302)
  • Suganthy N, Devi KP (2016). Nutritional evaluation of Asiatic mangrove Rhizophora mucronata - its proximate composition, amino acid profiles and physico-chemical properties. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research,Description: spacer7 (June) 6 , 2537-2545.
  • Ilavarasi K, Archunan G, Muniasamy S, Malar DS, Devi KP (2016). Olive oil and its phenolic compounds (hydroxytyrosol and tyrosol) ameliorated TCDD induced heptotoxicity in rats via inhibition of oxidative stress and apoptosis. Pharmaceutical Biology, May 54(2), 338-46 [Informa Healthcare], [IF-1.241]
  • Nisha AS, Shafreen BR, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2016). Neuroprotective effect of the marine macroalga Gelidiella acerosa: Identification of active compounds through bioactive guided fractionation. Pharmaceutical Biology, March 2, 1-9 [Informa Healthcare], DOI:10.3109/13880209.2016.1145700 [IF-1.241]
  • Ilavarasi K, Muthumanikandan S, Devi KP (2016). 2, 3, 7, 8-TCDD mediated toxicity in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells is alleviated by the antioxidants present in Gelidiella acerosa: An in vitro study. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, March 23(6), 5111-21 (Springer Publishers) [IF- 2.757]
  • Sakthivel R, Muniasamy M, Archunan G, Devi KP (2016). Gracilaria edulis exhibit antiproliferative activity against human lung adenocarcinoma cell line A549 without causing adverse toxic effect in vitro and in vivo. Food and Function, 7(2) (Feb):1155-65. DOI: 10.1039/c5fo01094b. [RSC Publishers] (IF- 2.791)
  • Suganthy N, Devi KP (2016). In vitro antioxidant and anti-cholinesterase activity of Rhizophora mucronata. Pharmaceutical Biology, 54(1), 118-29. (doi:10.3109/13880209.2015.1017886) [Informa Healthcare], [IF-1.241]
  • Shanmuganathan B, Malar DS, Sathya S, Devi KP (2015). Antiaggregation Potential of Padina gymnospora against the Toxic Alzheimer’s Beta-Amyloid Peptide 25–35 and Cholinesterase Inhibitory Property of Its Bioactive Compounds. PLOS ONE. Nov, 10(11): e0141708. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0141708 (IF-3.234)
  • Devi KP, Rajavel T, Russo GL, Daglia M, Nabavi SF, Nabavi SM (2015). Molecular targets of omega-3 fatty acids for cancer therapy. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 15(10), 1-9. Bentham Science Publishers (IF-2.469)
  • Devi KP, Malar DS, Nabavi SF, Sureda A, Xiao J, Nabavi SM, Daglia M (2015). Kaempferol and inflammation: from chemistry to medicine. Pharmacological Research, 99, 1-10. Elsevier (IF-4.408)
  • Nabavi SF, Devi KP, Malar DS, Sureda A, Daglia M, Nabavi SM (2015). Ferulic Acid and Alzheimer’s disease: Promises and Pitfalls. Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 15(9):776-88 Bentham Science Publishers (IF-2.903)
  • Spagnuolo C, Russo GL, Orhan IE, Habtemariam S, Daglia M, Sureda A, Nabavi SF, Devi KP, Loizzo MR, Tundis R, Nabavi SM (2015). Genistein and Cancer: Current Status, Challenges, and Future Direction. Advances in Nutrition, Jul 15;6(4):408-19 [American Society for Nutrition] (IF-5.386).
  • Devi KP, Rajavel T, Nabavi SF, Setzer WN, Ahmadid AH, Mansourie K, Nabavi SM. (2015). Hesperidin: A promising anticancer agent from nature. Industrial Crops and Products. 76:582–589 (IF-2.837)
  • Nabavi SF, Bilotto S, Russo GL, Orhan IE, Habtemariam S, Daglia M, Devi KP, Loizzo MR, Tundis R, Nabavi SM. (2015). Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and cancer: lessons learned from clinical trials. Cancer Metastasis Rev. 34 (3), 359-380 (IF-7.234)
  • Devi KP, Rajavel T, Habtemariam S, Nabavi SF, Nabavi SM (2015). Molecular mechanisms underlying anticancer effects of myricetin. Life Sciences, 1; 142:19-25. doi: 10.1016/j.lfs.2015.10.004. [IF-2.702]
  • Ilavarasi K, Dicson SM and Devi KP (2015). Olive oil and its phenolic constituent tyrosol attenuate dioxin-induced toxicity in peripheral blood mononuclear cells via an antioxidant-dependent mechanism. Natural Product Research, Nov, 29 (22), 2129–2132 (IF- 0.919)
  • Malar DS, Muniasamy S, Archunan G, Devi KP (2015). Evaluation of in vitro and in vivo safety profile of the Indian traditional medicinal plant Grewia tiliaefolia. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, Oct 73 (1). 241-7 [Elsevier] [IF-2.031]
  • Sakthivel R, Devi KP (2015). Evaluation of Physiochemical properties, Proximate and Nutritional Composition of Gracilaria edulis Collected from Palk Bay. Food Chemistry, May 174, 68-74 [IF-3.391]
  • Ilavarasi K, Chermakani P, Nisha SA, Malar DS, Devi KP (2015). Antioxidant compounds in the seaweed Gelidiella acerosa protect human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells against TCDD induced toxicity. Drug and Chemical Toxicology, April 38 (2), 133 [Informa Science Journal] [IF-1.233]
  • Nisha SA and Devi KP. Assessment of anti-amyloidogenic activity of marine red alga G. acerosa against Alzheimer’s beta-amyloid peptide 25–35. Neurological Research, Jan 37 (1), 14-22 [IF-1.439]
  • Nisha SA and Devi KP. Assessment of mutagenic effect of G. acerosa and S. wightii in S. typhimurium (TA 98, TA 100, TA 1538 strains) and evaluation of their cytotoxic and genotoxic effect in human mononuclear cells – A non-clinical study. Biomedical Research International, 2014, 2014:1-8. [Hindawi Publishing Corporation] [IF-2.706]
  • N. Suganthy, K Karthikeyan, G Archunan, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Safety and toxicological evaluation of Rhizopora mucronata (a mangrove from Vellar estuary, India): assessment of mutagenicity, genotoxicity and in vivo acute toxicity. Molecular Biology Reports, 2014, 41(3):1355-71. [Springer] (IF 2.024).
  • Syad SN, Devi KP (2014). Botanics: a potential source of new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease. Botanics: Targets and Therapy, 2014, 14, 11-26 (Dove Press)
  • Malar DS, Devi KP (2014). Dietary Polyphenols for Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease– Future Research and Development. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, 2014, 15, 330-342 (Bentham Press) (IF-2.511)
  • Kiruthiga PV, Karthikeyan K, Archunan G, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Silymarin prevents benzo (a) pyrene-induced toxicity in Wistar rats by modulating xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes. Toxicology and Industrial Health. 2014. 31 (6), 523 [Sage Journals] [IF- 1.859]
  • Kiruthiga PV, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Silymarin prevents the toxicity induced by Benzo (a) pyrene in human erythrocytes by preserving its membrane integrity: An in vitro study. Environmental Toxicology, 2014, 29(2):165-75 [John Wiley and Sons] [IF-3.197]
  • Suganthy N, Nisha SA, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Evaluation of Gelidiella acerosa, the red algae inhabiting South Indian coastal area for antioxidant and metal chelating potential. Biomedicine & Preventive Nutrition, 2013, 3(4):399-406. [Elsevier]
  • Suganthy N, Pandian SK and Devi KP (2013) Plants traditionally used in age related brain disorders (Dementia) - An ethanopharmacological survey. Pharmaceutical Biology, Apr 51 (4): 492-523 (IF-1.337).
  • Nisha SA, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Antioxidant and anti-cholinesterase activity of Sargassum wightii. Pharmaceutical Biology, 2013, 51(11):1401-10. [Informa Heathcare] [IF-1.241]
  • Devi KP, Sakthivel R, Nisha SA, Suganthy N, Pandian SK. Eugenol alters the integrity of cell membrane and acts against the nosocomial pathogen Proteus mirabilis. Archieves of Pharmacal Research, 2013, 36(3):282-292 [Springer] [IF-1.751]
  • Nisha SA, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Seaweeds as nutritional supplements: Analysis of nutritional profile, physicochemical properties and proximate composition of G. acerosa and S. wightii. Biomedicine & Preventive Nutrition, 2013; 3(2):139–144 [Elsevier].
  • Nisha SA, Pandian SK, and Devi KP. Assessment of Anticholinesterase Activity of Gelidiella acerosa : Implications for Its Therapeutic Potential against Alzheimer’s Disease. Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012:1-8. [Hindawi Publishing Corporation] [IF-2.175]
  • Kiruthiga PV, Shanmuganathan M, Manickavalli S, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Silymarin attenuates Benzo (a) pyrene induced toxicity by mitigating ROS production, DNA damage and calcium mediated apoptosis in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMC). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2012, 86:79-85 [Elsevier] [IF- 2.762]
  • Kiruthiga PV, Mohanasundari V, Pravina M, Pandian SK, Devi KP. Study of p53 exon 4 (codon 72) polymorphism and mutational analysis of exon 7 (codon 249) in breast cancer patients in southern region (Madurai) of Tamil Nadu. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 2012, 13(2):511-6 [IF-2.514]
  • Kiruthiga PV, Kannan MR, Saraswathi C, Pandian SK, Devi KP. CYP1A1 Gene Polymorphisms: Lack of Associations with Breast Cancer Susceptibility in the Southern Region (Madurai) of India. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 2011;12(8):2133-8 [Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention] [IF-2.514]
  • Ilavarasi K, Kirthiga PV, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2011). Hydroxytyrosol, the phenolic compound of olive oil protects human PBMC against oxidative stress and DNA damage mediated by 2, 3,7,8- TCDD. Chemosphere 84(7):888-893 [Elsevier] [IF -3.698]
Patents
S. No. Title Inventors Patent Number Filing Date Status
1 A composition comprising of curcuma aromatica oil, and undecanoic acid and uses thereof Sivasankar C, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 1732/CHE/2015 31.03.2015 Published
2 A composition comprising of embelin, and at least one anti-fungal agent and uses thereof Sivasankar C, Pandian SK , Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 1734/CHE/2015 31.03.2015 Published
3 Personal care compositions for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 676/KOL/2015 18.06.2015 Filed
4 Personal care compositions for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 679/KOL/2015 18.06.2015 Filed
5 Compositions comprising Green Tea and Naringenin for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 677/KOL/2015 18.06.2015 Filed
6 Personal care compositions for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 680/KOL/2015 18.06.2015 Filed
7 Personal care compositions for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 766/KOL/2015 15.07.2015 Filed
8 Personal care compositions for Anti-aging Prasanth MI, Balamurugan K, Pandian SK, Gayathri S and Bhaskar JP 779/KOL/2015 17.07.2015 Filed
9 An anti-acne synergistic composition and process thereof Sivasankar C, Pandian SK and Balamurugan K Application No. 201641010057 22. 03. 2016 Filed
Book
Dr. S. Karutha Pandian
Bioinformatics – A Student's Companion
Ibrahim KS, Gurusubramanian G, Yadav RP, Kumar NS, Pandian SK, Borah P and Mohan S(Authors). Springer Science+Business Media Singapore Private Ltd., Singapore.
ISBN: 978-981-10-1857-2
 
Book Chapters
Dr. S. Karutha Pandian
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2017). Biofilm inhibition by natural products of marine origin and their environmental application. In: Bio-resources and Bioprocess in Biotechnology, Sabu A, Shiburaj S, Pradeep NS (Eds.), Springer Nature ISBN 978-9-811-03571-5.
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2017). Biofilm inhibition by natural products of marine origin and their environmental application. In: Recent Advances in Biofilmology and Antibiofilm Measures, Nithyanand P, Pandian SK, Kushmaro A, Supayang V and Aruni W (Eds), Hindawi Publishing Corporation ISBN 978-1-119-24634-3.
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2016). Biofilm inhibition by natural products of marine origin and their environmental application. In: Biofilms in Plants and Soil Health, Iqbal Ahmad (Ed), Wiley ISBN. 978-1-119-24634-3.
  • Kalia VC, Kumar P, Pandian SK and Sharma P (2015) Biofouling control by quorum quenching. In: Springer Handbook of Marine Biotechnology, Se-Kwon Kim (Ed), ISBN 978-3-642-53971-8.
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2015) Significance of biosurfactants as antibiofilm agents in eradicating phytopathogens. In: Bacterial Metabolites in Sustainable Agrosystem, Dinesh K. Maheswari (Ed), Springer International Publishing Switzerland ISBN 978-3-319-24652-9.
  • Padmavathi AR, Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2016) Biochemical and Molecular mechanism in biofilm studies in plant associated bacteria. In: Biofilms in Plants and Soil Health, Iqbal Ahmad (Ed), Wiley ISBN. 978-1-119-24634-3.
  • Bakkiyaraj D and Pandian SK (2013). Nanoparticles and biofilm inhibition. In: 'Antibiofilm Agents: From Diagnosis to Treatment and Prevention', Springer Series on Biofilms, Vol. 8. Rumbaugh, Kendra P.; Ahmad, Iqbal (Eds.) ISBN 978-3-642-53832-2.
Dr. K. Balamurugan
  • Kamaladevi A and Balamurugan K. (2017). Caenorhabditis elegans as a laboratory model for Klebsiella pneumoniae infection [Chapter in a Food Microbiology Series, Laboratory Models for Foodborne Infections" [Editor: Dongyou Liu, Publisher: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, USA]. Chapter 23 (In Press).
  • Durai S and Balamurugan K. (2017). Caenorhabditis elegans as a laboratory model for Vibrio Spp. infections [Chapter in a Food Microbiology Series, Laboratory Models for Foodborne Infections" [Editor: Dongyou Liu, Publisher: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, USA]. Chapter 28 (In Press).
  • Kamaladevi A, Sivamaruthi B, Durai S., Kesika P, Vigneshkumar B, JebaMercy G and Balamurugan K. (2015). Tug-of-war between host immunity and microbial pathogenesis using Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system. Chapter in a Microbiology Book Series number#5 entitled "The Battle Against Microbial Pathogens: Basic Science, Technological Advances and Educational Programs" [Editor: A. Méndez-Vilas, Publisher: Formatex Research Center, Spain]. December 2015, Volume 2 ISBN (13): 978-84-942134-7-2; Pages 842-848.
  • Balamurugan K, Sivamaruthi B, Durai S, Kesika P, Vigneshkumar B, JebaMercy G, Kamaladevi A, Prasanth M. Iyer, Marudhupandiyan S, Prithika U, Vigneshwari L and Karutha Pandian S. (2013). Understanding Innate Immune Defenses against Pathogens Using Model organism Caenorhabitis elegans. Chapter in a Microbiology Book Series titled "Microbial pathogens and strategies for combating them: science, technology and education" [Editor: A. Méndez-Vilas, Publisher: Formatex Research Center, Spain]. ISBN (13) Volume 3: 978-84-942134-1-0; Pages 1984-1992.
Dr. M. Ramesh
  • Technological development for abiotic stress (AbS) in rice. P. Muthuramalingam, S. Radhesh Krishnan, V. Deepak Kumar and M. Ramesh (2017). In: Recent Advances and Innovation in Rice Research. Apple Academic Press. CRC Press, a Taylor and Francis Group. (In Press).
  • Emerging Trends of A20/AN1 Zinc-finger Proteins in Improving Rice Productivity under Abiotic Stress. S. Radhesh Krishnan, P. Muthuramalingam, M. Chakravarthi and M. Ramesh (2017). In: Recent Advances and Innovation in Rice Research. Apple Academic Press.CRC Press, a Taylor and Francis Group. (In Press).
  • Genetic Engineering for Fragrance in Rice: An Insight on Its Status. S. Radhesh Krishnan, P. Muthuramalingam, BS. Sivamaruthi, M. Chakravarthi and M. Ramesh (2017). In: Science and technology of aroma, flavor and fragrance in rice. Apple Academic Press.CRC Press, a Taylor and Francis Group. (In Press).
Dr. K. Pandima Devi
  • Sakthivel R, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2015). Modulation of Death Receptor Mediated Apoptosis by Natural Products: A Short Review. In: V.K. Gupta (Ed). Natural Products: Research Reviews Vol 2. Astral International Pvt. Ltd, 261-292 (International ISBN: 9789351301059)
  • Suganthy N, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2015). A Review of Multipotent Antioxidants from Herbal Drugs to Combat Alzheimer’s Disease. In: V.K. Gupta (Ed). Natural Products: Research Reviews Vol 2. Astral International Pvt. Ltd, 261-292 (International ISBN: 9789351301059)
  • Rajavel T, Devi KP (2015). Cancer Chemoprevention: Potentials of Dietary Polyphenols to Modulate Wnt/catenin Signaling Pathway. In: V.K. Gupta (Ed). Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine Vol. 3. Astral International Pvt. Ltd, 261-292 (International ISBN: 9789351307068)
  • Ilavarasi K, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2014). Protective effect of marine natural products against oxidative stress related disorders: Mini Review. In: V.K. Gupta (Ed). Natural Products: Research Reviews Vol 2. Astral International Pvt. Ltd, 261-292 (International ISBN: 9789351301059)
  • Nisha SA, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2013). Neuropharmacology of essential oils. In: J.N. Govil (Ed). Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants Vol. 36 —Essential Oils of Medicinal importance. Studium Press LLC, USA (ISBN: 1-933699-96-5)
  • Suganthy N, Pandian SK and Devi KP (2012). Anti-Amyloidogenic Effect of Natural Products: Implications for the Prevention and Therapeutics of Alzheimer’s disease. In: V.K.Gupta (Ed) Natural Products: Research Reviews Vol. 1. 2012 M/S. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 371-408 [ISBN-13:978-8170357759]
  • Nisha SA, Sakthivel R, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2012). Natural Bioactive Compound from Marine Plants with Anticancer Potential: A Review. In: V.K.Gupta (Ed) Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine Vol. 1, 2012, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 395-412
  • Sakthivel R, Pandian SK, Devi KP (2012). Antioxidant and Anti–inflammatory Properties of Seaweeds–A Mini Review. In: J.N. Govil (Ed) Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants Vol. 34 —Phytoconstituents and Physiological Processes. Studium Press LLC, USA (ISBN: 1933699248)
Ongoing Major Research Projects
DBT Network Project (PI: Prof. S. Karutha Pandian)
(incollaboration with Jawaharlal Nehru Tropical Botanic Garden Research Institute (JNTBGRI), Palode, Thiruvananthapuram and six other National Institutes/Universities).
  • Title of the Project: Programme support on Biotechnology Approaches for Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Plant Wealth of Western Ghats. Component B: Bioprospecting and Basic Biology. Project B5: Characterization, recombinant expression, process scale up and validation of selected hydrolases from native actino-bacteria for commercial exploitation.
  • Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 32.22 lakhs.
AERB-CSRP Project (PI: Prof. S. Karutha Pandian) (AERB/CSRP/Proj. No. 60/10/2105 dated 13 April 2015)
  • Title of the Project: Studies on microbial diversity and ecology in the vicinity of a coastal nuclear power plant in relation to water quality and nutrients.
  • Funding Agency: Committee for Safety Research Programme (CSRP), Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), Govt. of India, Mumbai.
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 24.80 lakhs.
UGC Major Research Project (Sanction No. No. F. No. 42-222/2013 (SR) dated 22 March 2013)
(PI: Prof. K. Balamurugan)
  • Title of the Project: Physiological and molecular changes in Caenorhabditis elegans during subsequent bacterial infections
  • Name of the Funding Agency: UGC, New Delhi
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 10.85 lakhs
Neuroscience Disease Biology Research Project DBT (Pl: Prof. K. Balamurugan)
  • Title of the Project: Impact of Cronobacter sakazaki infection on the neuro-immunity using multiple model system Caenorhabditis elegans and rat.
  • Name of the Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 70.24 lakhs.
ITC Project (Pl: Prof. S. Karutha Pandian as PI 1 and Project Coordinator; Prof. K. Balamurugan as PI 2 ) (vide MoU signed between ITC and Alagappa University dated June 29, 2016)
  • Title of the Project: Part I: Natural actives & Part-II: In vivo models for health and hygiene applications
  • Funding Agency: Indian Tobacco Company Life Sciences and Technology Centre (ITC LSTC), India
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 82.35 lakhs.
Tablets (India) Limited Research Project (Pl:Dr. A. Veera Ravi)
  • Title of the Project: Studies on effective control of EMS in the culture of Litopenaeus vannamei.
  • Funding Agency: Tablets (India) Limited, India.
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 22.26 lakhs.
DBT, India (6242- P21/RGCB/PMD/DB T/PMDK/2015) (PI: Dr. K. Pandima Devi)
  • Title of the Project: Drug discovery from medicinal plants: Anticancer effect of Grewia tiliaefolia Vahl (Tiliaceae) leaf extracts
  • Funding Agency: Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
  • Total Approved cost of the Project: Rs. 24.92 lakhs.
Major Research Projects Completed
S. No. Principal Investigator Project Title Funding Agency Amount ₹ (In Lakhs)
1. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Identification and cataloguing of microflora in skin by 16S rRNA gene typing, RAPD and multilocus DNA fingerprinting (under Biotechnology for Leather: Towards Cleaner Processing). CSIR, India (Under NMITLI Scheme) 24.69
2. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Environmental Impact Monitoring (EIM) of Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project (SSCP) (Microbiological Parameters) Dredging Corporation of India Limited, Visakhapatnam 71.58
3. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Evaluation of bacterial diversity associated with the coral Acropora digitifera by 16S rRNA gene sequences and screening for antiviral activity against the aquaculture pathogen blotched snakehead virus (BSNV). DBT, Govt. of India 36.31
4. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Further Evaluation and Formulation of Natural and Synthetic Products for Preservation of Goat Skin and Evaluation and Validation of Marine Bacterial Enzymes for Application in Leather Industry. CSIR, India (under NMITLI Scheme) 32.28
5. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Screening and molecular characterization of Group A Streptococcus by 16S rDNA sequencing and emm protein serotyping. UGC, New Delhi 10.47
6. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Bioprospecting marine microbial wealth through metagenomics DBT, Govt. of  India 49.36
7. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Antimicrobials from marine sources  ITC LSTC, India 20.31
8. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Gene expression and protein profiling of Group A Streptococcus upon treatment with quorum quenching agents from marine bacteria ICMR, New Delhi 21.93
9. Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Production, purification and characterization of ?-amylase from marine sediment bacterium Bacillus subtilis S8-18 and its evaluation for antibiofilm activity against human pathogens CSIR, India 21.42
10. Dr. K. Balamurugan RNA-interference mediated silencing of antimicrobial genes of Caenorhabditis elegans. DBT, Govt of India 24.73
11. Dr. K. Balamurugan Screening of marine bioresources for antibacterial compounds UGC, New Delhi 11.76
12. Dr. K. Balamurugan Analysis of antimicrobial gene expression pattern ICMR,
New Delhi
25.23
13. Dr. K. Balamurugan Studies on Immune regulatory proteins DBT, Govt. of India 26.54
14. Dr. K. Balamurugan Caenorhabditis elegans response to human pathogens through proteomics studies CSIR, India 21.92
15. Dr. K. Balamurugan Characterization of innate immune regulators during Shigella spp. DST, India 23.30
16. Dr. K. Balamurugan Caenorhabditis elegans response against Vibrio spp. infection DST, India 20.03
17. Dr. A. Veera Ravi Selection and evaluation of potential Probiotics for the commercial production of Mud Crab seeds (Scylla serrata, Portunidae) UGC, New Delhi 01.00
18. Dr. A. Veera Ravi Quorum quenching mediated attenuation of virulence genes expression of pathogenic Vibrio harveyi infection in Penaeus monodon UGC, New Delhi 12.16
19. Dr. A. Veera Ravi Antipathogenic potential of marine cyanobacteria in preventing quorum sensing dependent bacterial infections among aquaculture organisms DBT, Govt. of India 55.09
20. Dr. M. Ramesh Micropropagation and reintroduction of endangered medicinal plant Nilgirianthus ciliatus (Nees) Bremek SERB, DST, India 15.28
21. Dr. M. Ramesh Development of abiotic stress tolerant indica rice lines (IR 64) with Stress Associated Protein gene through Agrobacterium – mediated transformation CSIR, India 24.52
22. Dr. M. Ramesh In vitro selection and Agrobacterium - mediated transformation studies for developing drought and salinity tolerant indica rice UGC, New Delhi 12.30
23. Dr. M. Ramesh In vitro micropropagation from different explants of Jatropha curcas. L UGC, New Delhi 00.95
24. Dr. M. Ramesh Cultivation of Oyster Mushroom & Processing SPD, DBT, India 09.38
25. Dr. K. Pandima Devi Antioxidant properties of Olive oil: Possible role in preventing environmental immunotoxicity and associated oxidative stress SERC Fast Track Proposals for Young Scientist scheme sponsored by DST, India 10.02
26. Dr. K. Pandima Devi Seaweeds inhabiting South Indian coastal area: Possible drugs for the treatment of neurodegenerative disorders UGC, New Delhi 11.02
27. Dr. K. Pandima Devi Gelidiella acerosa: Seaweed inhabiting gulf of mannar: Assessment of the possible suppression of dioxin mediated Immunotoxicity ICMR, New Delhi 15.24
28. Dr. K. Pandima Devi Evaluation of the effect of Padina gymnospora against ?-amyloid peptide (25-35) induced neurotoxicity: An in-vitro study DST, India 27.23
Funds Attracted For Schemes
Departmental Schemes Grant (in Lakhs)
Bioinformatics Centre (BIF), Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India 107.81
Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India - Post M. Sc., Advanced Diploma in Molecular Diagnostics 104.32
Department of Science and Technology, India, Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (DST-FIST) – Level I - Phase I 44.50
M. Sc., Biotechnology Programme
(Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India)
35.00
University Grants Commission, New Delhi – Special Assistance Programme (UGC-SAP) [Departmental Research Support (DRS-I)] 75.89
Department of Science and Technology, India, Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (DST-FIST) – Level I - Phase II 121.00
University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi Grant for Infrastructure 40.00
University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi Research Fellowships (Four) for Meritorious Students (as an identified Non-SAP Department) 25.20
University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi,
Basic Scientific Research (BSR)- Fellowships (Fifteen Fellowships)
(SAP Department)
206.37
Alumni
M.Sc. 2002 - 2004 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Arthi M 2002501001 [email protected]
2. Balaji R 2002501002 [email protected]
3. Deepalakshmi M 2002501003 [email protected]
4. Elavarasi SV 2002501004 [email protected]
5. Gayatri G 2002501005 [email protected]
6. Hema A 2002501006 [email protected]
7. Kalpana B 2002501007 [email protected]
8. Krishnaveni R 2002501008 [email protected]
9. Muthukumar S 2002501009 [email protected]
10. Padma K R 2002501010 [email protected]
11. Pandisubha K 2002501011 [email protected]
12. Prasanna M 2002501012 [email protected]
13. Rupa G 2002501013 [email protected]
14. Saravanakumar R M 2002501014 [email protected]
15. Senthil Kumar N S 2002501015 [email protected]
16. Shanthadevi U 2002501016 [email protected]
17. Sivasankari C 2002501017 [email protected]
18. Sunethra V M 2002501018 [email protected]
19. Umashanthi M 2002501019 [email protected]
20. Vijay Baskar P 2002501020 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2003 - 2005 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Delfin A 2003501001 [email protected]
2. Damendiran K 2003501002 [email protected]
3. Eswari K 2003501003 [email protected]
4. Gowri S 2003501004 [email protected]
5. Harish VS 2003501005 [email protected]
[email protected]
6. Karthik N 2003501006 [email protected]
7. Kiruthika PV 2003501007 [email protected]
8. Kiruthika S 2003501008 [email protected]
9. Kokilavani S 2003501009 [email protected]
10. Lakshmi K 2003501010 [email protected]
11. Leny Jose 2003501011 [email protected]
12. Mohan Raj P 2003501013 [email protected]
13. Muthulakshmi AL 2003501014 [email protected]
14. Nisha Hariharan 2003501015 [email protected]
15. Pavithra C 2003501016 [email protected]
16. Ramya G 2003501017 [email protected]
17. Roswin James 2003501018 [email protected]
18. Selvam A 2003501019 [email protected]
19. Selva Shanthi S 2003501020 [email protected]
20. Sushma Padmaja S 2003501021 [email protected]
21. Syed musatafa S 2003501022 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2004 - 2006 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Amit Kumar Subudhi 2004501001 [email protected]
2. Beema Shafreen R 2004501002 [email protected]
3. Boopathi PA 2004501003 [email protected]
4. Jegathambal G 2004501004 [email protected]
5. Jeyamala T 2004501005 [email protected]
6. Kannan S 2004501006 [email protected]
7. Karthikeyan P 2004501007 [email protected]
8. Muthu Karuppaiah R 2004501008 [email protected]
9. Muthukumar G 2004501009 [email protected]
10. Nachammai R 2004501010 [email protected]
11. Niveditha A 2004501011 [email protected]
12. Padmini V 2004501012 [email protected]
13. Prem Kumar C 2004501013 [email protected]
14. Rajesh Kumar C 2004501015 [email protected]
15. Raji S 2004501016 [email protected]
16. Ramachandran P 2004501017 [email protected]
17. Ramesh M 2004501018 [email protected]
18. Saraswathy T 2004501019 [email protected]
19. Senthil Kumar D 2004501020 [email protected]
20. Soundra Rajan T 2004501022 [email protected]
21. Sudharsan 2004501023 [email protected]
22. Thiru Kumaran T 2004501024 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2005 - 2007 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Ajeetha Jeevanathi. R 2005501101 [email protected]
2. Anand Raj. A 2005501002 [email protected]
3. Anbukayalvizhi. C 2005501003 [email protected]
4. Chenjudar. N 2005501004 [email protected]
5. Dhivya. S 2005501005  
6. Elavarasi. N 2005501006 [email protected]
7. Gandhiraj. D 2005501007 [email protected]
8. Jason Charles. S 2005501008 [email protected]
9. Kesika. P 2005501009 [email protected]
10. Marx. R 2005501011 [email protected]
11. Mary Sheeba. M 2005501012 [email protected]
12. Michael Joseph. J 2005501014 [email protected]
13. Muthayee. C 2005501015 [email protected]
14. Nallathayammal. T 2005501016 [email protected]
15. Pabitha. K 2005501017 [email protected]
16. Radhalakshmi. K 2005501019 [email protected]
17. Rajeswari. A 2005501020 [email protected]
18. Sarikha. S 2005501023 [email protected]
19. Saroja. V 2005501024 [email protected]
20. Shanmuga Priya. M 2005501025 [email protected]
21. Sivamaruthi. B 2005501026 [email protected]
22. Sriram. T 2005501027 [email protected]
23. Subhashini. R 2005501028 [email protected]
24. Sundar. P 2005501029 [email protected]
25. Josephin Diana. K 2005501030  
M.Sc. 2006 - 2008 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Annapoorani. A 2006501001 [email protected]
2. Anoop. A 2006501002 [email protected]
3. Aravindh. S 2006501003 [email protected]
4. Arif Nisha. S 2006501004 [email protected]
5. Bakkiyaraj. D 2006501005 [email protected]
6. Bhagawat Subramanian Chandrasekar 2006501006 [email protected]
7. Constance Aruna. B 2006501007 [email protected]
8. Deivendran. S 2006501008 [email protected]
9. Ilavarasi. K 2006501009 [email protected]
10. Indhumathi. T 2006501010 [email protected]
11. Jayashree. C 2006501013 [email protected]
12. Lavanya. C 2006501014 [email protected]
13. Manikandan. K 2006501015 [email protected]
14. Manju. S 2006501016 [email protected]
15. Mohana Priya. A 2006501018 [email protected]
16. Muthusamy. M 2006501020 [email protected]
17. Narmatha. S 2006501021 [email protected]
18. Pavithra. K 2006501023 [email protected]
19. Poonam. C 2006501024 [email protected]
20. Priyadharshini. S 2006501025 [email protected]
21. Sathish Kumar. M 2006501026 [email protected]
22. Shenbaga Sheela. J 2006501027 [email protected]
23. Suganya. S 2006501028 [email protected]
24. Sybiya Vasantha Packiavathy. I 2006501029 [email protected]
25. Tamilzhalagan. S 2006501030 [email protected]
26. Thenmozhi. S 2006501031 [email protected]
27. Vignesh Kumar. B 2006501032 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2007 - 2009 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Agilandeshwari.P 2007501001 [email protected]
2. Aravindraja.C 2007501002 [email protected]
3. Azeetha Banu. A 2007501003 [email protected]
4. Duraipandian.M 2007501004 [email protected]
5. Gnanalakshmi.B 2007501005 [email protected]
6. Indumathy.K 2007501006 [email protected]
7. Jancirani.P 2007501007 [email protected]
8. Kalpana.K 2007501008 [email protected]
9. Kamaladevi.A 2007501009 [email protected]
10. Kamil abdul jabbar.A 2007501010 [email protected]
11. Mahalakshmi.A 2007501011 [email protected]
12. Mohanraj. K 2007501012 [email protected]
13. Padmavathi. A 2007501014 [email protected]
14. Ragupathi.T 2007501025 [email protected]
15. Ramalashmi.K 2007501015 [email protected]
16. [email protected] 2007501016 [email protected]
17. Sakthivel. R 2007501017 [email protected]
18. Sasirekha.M 2007501018 [email protected]
19. Shanmuganathan.M 2007501019 [email protected]
20. Sindhuja. C 2007501020 [email protected]
21. Siva durga.S 2007501021 [email protected]
22. Sujitha.M.V 2007501022 [email protected]
23. Vijayakumar.K 2007501023 [email protected]
24. Viswanath.P 2007501024 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2008 - 2010 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Anjel Jemima. E 2008501001 [email protected]
2. Benita Nancy Reni. M 2008501002 [email protected]
3. Gautam Sanjeev Das 2008501003 [email protected]
4. Gayathri. R 2008501004 [email protected]
5. Gokila Devi. M 2008501005 [email protected]
6. Gomathi. M 2008501006 [email protected]
7. Indira Priyadharsini.K 2008501007 [email protected]
8. Jaishabanu.A 2008501008 [email protected]
9. Jothi Priya.S 2008501009 [email protected]
10. Kalaivani. A 2008501010 [email protected]
11. Kirusnavenii. C 2008501011 [email protected]
12. Mangayarkarasi. R 2008501012 [email protected]
13. Manickavalli. S 2008501013 [email protected]
14. Manikandan. S 2008501014 [email protected]
15. Nasrin Nisha. K 2008501015 [email protected]
16. Niraimathi. M 2008501016 [email protected]
17. Nirmaladevi. P 2008501017 [email protected]
18. Nithya. B 2008501018 [email protected]
19. Pandiaraj. S 2008501019 [email protected]
20. Primin Nivetha. K 2008501020 [email protected]
21. Priyanka Rathore 2008501021 [email protected]
22. Rani. K 2008501022 [email protected]
23. Saranya. AR 2008501023 [email protected]
24. Senthilkumar.R 2008501024 [email protected]
25. Shilpha. J 2008501025 [email protected]
26. Sivasankar. C 2008501026 [email protected]
27. Tharani. G 2008501027 [email protected]
28 Viszwapriya. D 2008501028 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2009 - 2011 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Aarthy. S 2009501001 [email protected]
2. Anantha Lakshmi. G 2009501002 [email protected]
3. Ganesh Babu. I 2009501003 [email protected]
4. Jayanthi. S 2009501004 [email protected]
5. Madhana Vigneshwari. G 2009501005 [email protected]
6. Mahendran. A 2009501006 [email protected]
7. Meenakshi. R 2009501007 [email protected]
8. Mukilan. M 2009501008 [email protected]
9. Muthu Manikandan. S 2009501009 [email protected]
10. Narmadha. S 2009501010 [email protected]
11. Nyagwencha Duncan Mosioma 2009501011 [email protected]
12. Padma Malini. R 2009501012 [email protected]
13. Parameshwari. R 2009501013 [email protected]
14. Poornima. J 2009501014 [email protected]
15. Priya. S 2009501015 [email protected]
16. Ramesh Kumar. R 2009501016 [email protected]
17. Santha Kumari. S 2009501017 [email protected]
18. Sasi Kumar. P 2009501019 [email protected]
19. Sathish Kumar. P 2009501020 [email protected]
20. Shahitha Banu. M 2009501021 [email protected]
21. Sornaveni. R 2009501022 [email protected]
22. Thukkaram. G 2009501023 [email protected]
23. Vigneshwari. L 2009501024 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2010 - 2012 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Abinaya. B 2010501001 [email protected]
2. BanupriyaR 2010501002 [email protected]
3. Jothi  N 2010501003 [email protected]
4. Kannan. S 2010501004 [email protected]
5. Kannappan AR 2010501005 [email protected]
6. Karthick V 2010501006 [email protected]
7. Karthikeyan. M 2010501007 [email protected]
8. Kayal vizhi. M 2010501008 [email protected]
9. Krishna veni. G 2010501009 [email protected]
10. Krithika. S 2010501010 [email protected]
11. Manikanda prabu. M 2010501011 [email protected]
12. Manikkaraja. C 2010501012 mraja[email protected]
13. Nambi rajan. T 2010501014 [email protected]
14. Nancy immaculate mary R 2010501015 [email protected]
15. Parvathi G 2010501016 [email protected]
16. Preethi premkumar 2010501017 [email protected]
17. Roopa G 2010501018 [email protected]
18. Sethuraj R 2010501019 [email protected]
19. Silambarasan T 2010501020 [email protected]
20. Sindhulakshmi M 2010501021 [email protected]
21. Siva G 2010501022 [email protected]
22. Srimathy M 2010501023 [email protected]
23. Srinivasan R 2010501024 [email protected]
24. Subasankari K 2010501025 [email protected]
25. Uma devi M 2010501026 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2011 - 2013 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. ABIRAMI. R 2011501001 [email protected]
2. AJILDA. A 2011501002 [email protected]
3. ANUSHA. P 2011501003 [email protected]
4. CHERMAKANI. P 2011501004 [email protected]
5. CHITHIRAISELVI. K 2011501005 [email protected]
6. HASINA BEHAM. R 2011501006 [email protected]
7. INDHUMATHY. T 2011501007 [email protected]
8. JAYASHRE. M 2011501008 [email protected]
9. JOHNSI. R 2011501009 [email protected]
10. KANAKATHARSHINI. K 2011501010 [email protected]
11. KAVIKKUIL. M 2011501011 [email protected]
12. KUMAR.M 2011501012 [email protected]
13. MUTHAMIL.S 2011501013 [email protected]
14. PANDIA SUDHAN. K 2011501014 [email protected]
15. PANDILAKSHMI. S 2011501015 [email protected]
16. POORNIMA. B 2011501016 [email protected]
17. POTHIARAJ. G 2011501017 [email protected]
18. RAJAVEL. T 2011501018 [email protected]
19. RAJESWARI. T 2011501019 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2012 - 2014 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Annalakshmi  R 2012501001 [email protected]
2. Aparna  E 2012501002 [email protected]
3. Balaji  TS 2012501003 [email protected]
4. Banu priya  R 2012501004 [email protected]
5. Chitra devi  M 2012501005 [email protected]
6. Divya  V 2012501006 [email protected]
7. Hukkim bazith U 2012501007 [email protected]
8. Karthikayan  P 2012501008 [email protected]
9. Muthumariammal  S 2012501009 [email protected]
10. Nandhini R 2012501010 [email protected]
11. Nasrin rinosha  S 2012501011 [email protected]
12. Pandian  S 2012501012 [email protected]
13. Pandichandra  K 2012501013 [email protected]
14. Ponmalar  A 2012501014 [email protected]
15. Ponmeena  K 2012501015 [email protected]
16. Poongothai T 2012501016 [email protected]
17. Poopandiammal P 2012501017 [email protected]
18. Radhika  S 2012501018 [email protected]
19. Ragavi S 2012501019 [email protected]
20. Raghuraman  R 2012501020 [email protected]
21. Rathina priya  P 2012501021 [email protected]
22. Sagina rency  A 2012501022 [email protected]
23. Saravanakumar  J 2012501023 [email protected]
24. Selvaraj  A 2012501024 [email protected]
25. Singaraj  P 2012501025 [email protected]
26. Sorimuthu ayyanar  K 2012501026 [email protected]
27. Subesh kumar P 2012501027 [email protected]
28. Tamilselvi  K 2012501028 [email protected]
29. Vijaya kumar  K 2012501029 [email protected]
30. Yesubalan  S 2012501030 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2013 - 2015 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Balaji  M 2013501001 [email protected]
2. Bhuvaneswari  M 2013501002 [email protected]
3. Bhuvaneswari  M 2013501003 [email protected]
4. Chithra  G 2013501004 [email protected]
5. Deebika  S 2013501005 [email protected]
6. Deepa  V 2013501006 [email protected]
7. Durgadevi  R 2013501007 [email protected]
8. Ganeshkumar  S 2013501008 [email protected]
9. Jaya  balan  D 2013501009 [email protected]
10. Jeritha  banu  S 2013501010 [email protected]
11. Jeya  bharathi  M 2013501011 [email protected]
12. Kani   mozhi  M 2013501012 [email protected]
13. Karthik  S 2013501013 [email protected]
14. Karthikeyan  R 2013501014 [email protected]
15. Krishnakumar  S 2013501015 [email protected]
16. Muthuramalingam  P 2013501016 [email protected]
17. Nilofernisha  N 2013501017 [email protected]
18. Nithyalakshmi  N 2013501018 [email protected]
19. Periyasamy  M 2013501019 [email protected]
20. Prakash  M 2013501020 [email protected]
21. Rabinson  A 2013501021 [email protected]
22. Sahaya  vino  R 2013501022 [email protected]
23. Sathya  S 2013501023 [email protected]
24. Selva  pandiyan  A 2013501024 [email protected]
25. Shanmugasundaram   M  2013501025 [email protected]
26. Sundareswari  B 2013501026 [email protected]
27. Thirukumari  T 2013501027 [email protected]
28. Vallipriya  K 2013501028 [email protected]
29. Velraj  P 2013501029 [email protected]
30. Vijayalakshmi  S 2013501030 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2014 - 2016 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Abinaya  S 2014501001 [email protected]
2. Alexpandi  R 2014501002 [email protected]
3. Amsa  devi  V 2014501003 [email protected]
4. Balasubramani  S 2014501004 [email protected]
5. Chinthamani  J 2014501005 [email protected]
6. Jayabarathi  V 2014501007 [email protected]
7. Jeyakumar  M 2014501008 [email protected]
8. Kanmani  M 2014501009 kanmani.sundaram[email protected]
9. Kasthuri  B 2014501010 [email protected]
10. Lakshmanan  K 2014501011 [email protected]
11. Logalakshmi  R 2014501012 [email protected]
12. Maheshvare  N 2014501013 [email protected]
13. Manikandan  V 2014501014 [email protected]
14. Marichelvam  K 2014501015 [email protected]
15. Narenkumar  M 2014501016 [email protected]
16. Pothiraj  R 2014501017 [email protected]
17. Prabha  N 2014501018 [email protected]
18. Rathika  S 2014501019 [email protected]
19. Saranya  S 2014501020 [email protected]
20. Sindhumeena  S 2014501021 [email protected]
21. Sriharilakshmi  R 2014501022 [email protected]
22. Srinivasan  S 2014501023 [email protected]
23. Surya lakshmi  P 2014501024 [email protected]
24. Tamil selvi  C 2014501025 [email protected]
25. Thirumurugan  P 2014501026 [email protected]
26. Vengadaganesh  P 2014501027 [email protected]
27. Venkatesan  T 2014501028 [email protected]
28. Vignesh  P 2014501029 [email protected]
29. Vikneswari  R 2014501030 [email protected]
DBT Sponsored Post M.Sc., Advanced Diploma Programme in Molecular Diagnostics
M.Sc. 2008 - 2009 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1. Bala Amarnath. C 2008951001 [email protected]
2. Chaithanya. C 2008951003  
3. Chitteti Ramamurthy 2008951004 [email protected]
4. Kanagavel. M 2008951005 [email protected]
5. Kanchana. G 2008951006  
6. Mugilan. T 2008951007 [email protected]
7. Muthamil Selvan. T 2008951008 [email protected]
8. Niraimathi. P 2008951009  
9. Pattu Vidhya. S 2008951010 [email protected]
10. Raghunath. A 2008951011 [email protected]
11. Rajam Sathya. J 2008951012 [email protected]
12. Rajarajan. S 2008951013 [email protected]
13. Ramachandran. K 2008951014 [email protected]
14. Renu Karthika. M 2008951015  
15. Sankar. R 2008951016 [email protected]
16. Satish Kumar. R 2008951017 [email protected]
17. Senthil. E 2008951018  
18. Sundaravadivel. M 2008951019 [email protected]
19. Vasantham. S 2008951020 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2009 - 2010 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1 Bhaviya. HS 2009951001 [email protected]
2 Duraipandian. M 2009951002 [email protected]
3 Gnanalakshmi. B 2009951003 [email protected]
4 Gowrishankar. S 2009951004 [email protected]
5 Hanitha. R 2009951005 [email protected]
6 Karthikeyan. J 2009951006 [email protected]
7 Madhanraj. A 2009951007 [email protected]
8 Manoj Kumar. R 2009951008 [email protected]
9 Mohanasundari. V 2009951009  
10 Okonjo Peter Awili 2009951010 [email protected]
11 Pravina. M 2009951011 [email protected]
12 Rajesh Kannan. M 2009951012 [email protected]
13 Saraswathy. C 2009951013 [email protected]
14 Sethupathy. S 2009951014 [email protected]
15 Sivalingam. J 2009951015 [email protected]
16 Swaminathan. V 2009951016 [email protected]
17 Thiyagarajan. OS 2009951017 [email protected]
18 Umamaheswaran. V 2009951018 [email protected]
19 Utharakumar. M 2009951019 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2010 - 2011 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1 Arunraj. SP 2010951001 [email protected]
2 Ashish Nathaniel Christopher 2010951002 [email protected]
3 Aslamkhan. K 2010951003 [email protected]
4 Dhananjeyan. G 2010951004 [email protected]
5 Elangovan . V 2010951005 [email protected]
6 Karthik. B 2010951006 [email protected]
7 Maha Devi. G 2010951007 [email protected]
8 Malathy. B 2010951008 [email protected]
9 Murugadas. A 2010951009 [email protected]
10 Rajalakshmi. M 2010951010 [email protected]
11 Sakthivel. G 2010951011 [email protected]
12 Saranya. JS 2010951012 [email protected]
13 Selvaganesh. S 2010951013 [email protected]
14 Shanmugavelan. DM 2010951014 [email protected]
15 Shasank Prakash Katiyar 2010951015 [email protected]
16 Srinivasan. P 2010951016 [email protected]
17 Veneshkumar. R 2010951017 [email protected]
18 Victor Athisayam. T 2010951018 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2011 - 2012 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1 Balaji A 2011951001 [email protected]
2 Ganesh M 2011951002 [email protected]
3 Jothi muniyandi M 2011951003 [email protected]
4 Mukilan M 2011951004 [email protected]
5 Rama devi K 2011951005 [email protected]
6 Subaraja M 2011951007 [email protected]
7 Umasankari K 2011951008 [email protected]
8 Vengala rao P 2011951009 [email protected]
9 Vigneshwari L 2011951010 [email protected]
M.Sc. 2012 - 2013 Batch
S. No. NAME REG. No. E- MAIL
1 ABINAYA B 2012951001 [email protected]
2 ABIRAMI UMA P 2012951002 [email protected]
3 KANNAPPAN AR 2012951003 [email protected]
4 KARTHICK V 2012951004 [email protected]
5 SETHURAJ R 2012951005 [email protected]
6 SHANMUGANATHAN B 2012951006 [email protected]
7 SINDHULAKSHMI M 2012951008 [email protected]
8 SUBASANKARI K 2012951009 [email protected]
9 THULASI LAKSHMI M 2012951010 [email protected]
Ph.D
Doctoral Alumni
S.No Photo Name Date Email
1 Ganesh Babu T 25.05.2003 - 28.03.2007 [email protected]
2 Nithyanand P 28.10.2003 - 23.10.2009 [email protected]
3 Muniyandi J 10.08.2004 - 17.07.2008 [email protected]
4 Syed Ibrahim K 23.04.2005 - 15.09.2011 [email protected]
5 Thenmozhi R 27.04.2005 - 13.08.2010 [email protected]
6 Syed Musthafa K 24.10.2005- 20.04.2011 [email protected]
7 Kiruthiga PV 07.11.2005 - 28.10.2010 [email protected]
8 Nithya C 18.03.2006 - 17.03.2011 [email protected]
9 Sugnathy N 01.10.2007 - 30.05.2013 [email protected]
10 Karthikeyan A 08.05.2008 - 23.12.2011 [email protected]
11 Kesika P 03.07.2008 - 30.10.2013 [email protected]
12 Sivamaruthi B 03.07.2008 - 20.09.2012 [email protected]
13 Jancy Kalpana B 03.07.2008 - 20.08.2013 [email protected]
14 Sybiya Vasantha Packiavathy 03.07.2008 - 27.03.2013 [email protected]
15 Ilavarasi K 03.07.2008 - 06.03.2014 [email protected]
16 Durai S 03.07.2008 - 24.06.2013 [email protected]; [email protected]
17 Annapoorani A 03.07.2008 - 02.07.2013 [email protected]
18 Bakkiyaraj D 08.08.2008- 07.08.2013 [email protected]
19 Vignesh Kumar B 14.08.2008- 02.06.2014 [email protected]; vignesh.balasubramanian @dm.duke.edu
20 Mohana Priya A 08.09.2009- 21.04.2014 [email protected]
21 Beema Shafreen R 08.09.2009- 05.09.2013 [email protected]
22 Balaji K 08.09.2009- 06.09.2013 [email protected]; [email protected]
23 Jeba Mercy G 08.09.2009 - 22.11.2013 [email protected]
24 Arif Nisha S 08.09.2009 - 29.01.2015 [email protected]
25 Sakthivel R 11.12.2009 - 01.12.2015 [email protected]
26 A. kamaladevi 01.07.2010 - 27.06.2016 [email protected]
27 Joe Virgin Largia M 11.10.2010 - 07.08.2015 [email protected]
28 M. Rajalaxmi 13.01.2011 - 21.06.2016 [email protected]
29 Padmavathi A 13.01.2011 - 25.02.2015 [email protected]
30 Gowrishankar S 13.01.2011 - 29.06.2016 [email protected]
31 Salini R 13.01.2011 - 18.09.2015 [email protected]
32 D.viszwapriya 24.02.2011- 27.06.2016 [email protected]
33 Shilpha J 12.05.2011- 23-03-2016 [email protected]
Intellectual Property Rights Cell
Aim and Purpose
  • To disseminate knowledge on types of patents, global patent regime, etc to target talents
  • To encourage faculty members and scholars to go for patentable works
  • To help faculty members in the nitty-gritty of registration of patents
Name Designation & Dept./Division/College. Status
Dr. S. Karutha Pandian Professor & Head
Department of Biotechnology
Coordinator
Dr. M. Ramesh Associate Professor
Department of Biotechnology
Deputy Coordinator
Dr G Paruthimal Kalaignan Professor
Department of Industrial Chemistry
Member
Dr. K. Sankaranarayanan Professor
Department of Physics
Member
Mr. C. Sivasankar Research Scholar
Department of Biotechnology
Member
Ms. N. Lavanya Research Scholar
Department of Bioelectronics and Biosensors
Member
Activities
  • Organizing workshops to familiarize faculty members and scholars on patents, patent regime in India and abroad and registration aspects
  • Providing facilities for faculty and scholars for progressively going for patentable works
  • Listing of Patents held by Faculty and others in the University
Activities Carried out
Year Description of Activity Date Participants / Beneficiaries
2016 Shri C.V. Madhusudhanan, Partner, KSR &Co, Coimbatore, delivered a lecture on “Basic Principles of Different types of Intellectual Property Rights” explaining the significance of Patent, Trade Secret, Trade Mark, and Copy Right. He critically narrated the bottlenecks of getting industrially useful patents and the current problems faced by industries and companies with trade and brand names.to raise awareness of how patents, copyright, trademarks and designs in the field of biotechnology impact on daily life. 26.04.2016 Faculty Members, Research Scholars and PG Students of the Biosciences Departments of Alagappa University.
2015 As part of the IPR day celebration, an IP Awareness Programme was organized in the Seminar Hall, Department of Biotechnology, Science Campus, Alagappa University.  Mr. T. Srinivasan, Patent Attorney, Joint Partner & Patent Agent, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Chennai delivered a special lecture covering the following aspects:
1. Basics of IPR - Patents, Trade-marks, Copyrights, Designs, Plant Variety Protection, Biodiversity
2. Fundamentals of Patents
    1. Rights conferred
    2. Conditions of Patentability
    3. Inventions not patentable
3. How to read Patent Document
4. How to obtain Patent rights – i.e. steps involved
    a. India
    b. PCT / Overseas
5. Certain land mark cases on Patent litigation 
6. Patent Search 
07.05.2015 Faculty Members, Research Scholars and PG Students of the Faculty of Science
2014 Dr. N. Subramonian, Principal Scientist, Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore – 641007 delivered a lecture on “Patenting Biotechnological Inventions” to raise awareness of how patents, copyright, trademarks and designs in the field of biotechnology impact on daily life. 26.04.2014 Faculty Members, Research Scholars and PG Students of the Biosciences Departments of Alagappa University.

On the initiatives taken by the IPR Cell, Eight Applications have been filed for Indian Patents during the year 2015 and three more Invention Disclosure Forms are being scrutinized by the authorized Patent Attorney of Alagappa University.

Parents Teacher Association Meeting

THIRD MEETING OF THE PARENTS TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY, KARAIKUDI 630 003, INDIA HELD ON 12TH FEBRUARY, 2016

The Third Meeting of the Parents-Teachers Association of the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University was conducted on February 12, 2016 in the Seminar Hall of Department of Biotechnology. In deference to the invitation extended to the parents of all the M.Sc., Students and Ph.D. Scholars, 28 parents attended the meeting.

The Meeting was organized with an objective to have a one-to one interaction with the parents, so that the teachers and the parents can exchange their ideas on improving the academic performance of the Wards/Department.

The Meeting had the following agenda

  • Welcome Address
  • Report on the Academic and Research Performance of the Department
  • Feedback/Suggestions from the parents
  • Filling up of the feedback form by the parents
  • Vote of Thanks

After refreshments, the meeting started at 11.30 AM in the Seminar Hall, with Thamil Thai Vazhthu and Vallal Vazhthu.

Teachers and Parents standing for Thamil Thai Vazhthu and Vallal Vazhthu.

In his welcome address, Prof. S. Karutha Pandian, Head of the Department, emphasized the importance of PTA meetings and mentioned that communicating with the parents are more important for any educational Institute, since it is a chance to understand the needs of the parents, to solve problems if any and to set new goals.

Welcome Address by Prof. S. Karutha Pandian

With a PowerPoint presentation, Prof. K. Balamurugan presented a report on the Department. He explained about the genesis, funds received, research activities, past and current students’ strength, infrastructure facilities and major achievements of the Department. All the seven academic staff and the two non-teaching staff were introduced to the parents.

Prof. K. Balamurugan explaining the genesis and activities of the Department

Thereafter the parents interacted with the Teachers and enquired about the behavior, attitude and academic performance of their wards. Thereafter they were requested to give their feedback.

Mrs. C. Sathya Bama, Teacher, Panchayat Union Primary School, Arinapatti (Mother of Ms.Precilla, Ist M.Sc. student) expressed that her ward has shown improvements in terms of behavior and attitude after joining in the department. She also suggested to improve the Quality of the food supplied in the Hostel and to build a bus stop shelter in front of the Science Block Campus, for making a comfortable local transit for the students.

Feedback by Mrs. C. Sathya Bama, Teacher, Panchayat Union PrimarySchool, Arinapatti (Mother of Ms.Precilla, Ist M.Sc. student)

Mr. K. Ramamoorthy, Electrical Engineer, Ramani Textile Mills, Coimbatore (Father of Ms. Sriharilakshmi, Ist M.Sc. student) expressed that his ward has gained self confidence and evolved into a person with abilities to explain any concept in a clear manner, after joining in the Department. Suggestion was given to organize campus placements for the students.

Feedback by Mr. K. Ramamoorthy, Retired Electrical Engineer, Ramani Textile Mills, Coimbatore (Father of Sriharilakshmi R, IInd M.Sc. student)

Mr. A. B. Kothandaram, Retired Supervisor, Madurai (Father of Ms, Ist M.Sc. student) expressed his appreciation for the initiative taken by the Department in organizing the PTA meet and also mentioned about the satisfactory improvements he has noted in his ward on curricular and co-curricular activities since she joined the Department.

Feedback by Mr. A.B. Kothandaram, Retired Supervisor, Madurai (Father of Ms. K. Priyadharshini, Ist M.Sc. student)

Prof. S. Karutha Pandian, Department of Biotechnology thanked the parents for giving valuable suggestions and assured that their suggestions will be taken into consideration.

Prof. S. Karutha Pandian thanking the Parents for their valuable suggestions

The parents were asked to fill up the feedback form with the help of their wards, which were collected and filed for accreditation purpose.

The meeting came to an end at 1.10 PM with the Vote of thanks which was delivered by Dr. A. Veera Ravi, Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.

After the meeting was over, lunch was served to all the parents and the students

Alumni Association

The third meeting of the alumni of the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University was held on 13th February, 2016 at 11.30 AM in the seminar hall, Department of Biotechnology. In deference to the invitation extended to over 400 alumni of the M.Sc., ADMD and Ph.D. Programmes, 34 alumni from various programmes/batches attended the meeting.

Since the alumni meet is a wonderful opportunity for the alumni to come back to the campus and meet their teachers and old friends and to share their experiences with the current students, the meeting was organized in the Department, with the following agenda

  • Welcome of the alumni
  • Welcome Address
  • Report on the Academic and Research Performance of the Department
  • Feed back/Suggestions from the Alumni
  • Filling up of the feedback form by the Alumni
  • Vote of Thanks

After refreshments, the meeting was started at 11.30 AM in the Seminar Hall, traditionally with Thamizh Thai Vazhthu and Vallal Vazhthu.

The alumni were then formally welcomed for the meeting

Formal welcome of the meeting by the Research Scholars

Dr. S. Karutha Pandian, Professor and Head, Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, extended a warm welcome to the Alumni and expressed his happiness in meeting them. He mentioned that Alumni Association is a major determinant of the credibility of a Department and explained the significance of reunion of the alumni in the growth of an academic Department. He also emphasized that the advice given by the successful alumni in such meetings could help their juniors to know about the various career options available.

Dr. S. Karutha Pandian, Professor and Head, Department of Biotechnology, welcoming the Alumni

With a PowerPoint presentation, Prof. K. Balamurugan presented a report on the Department. He explained about the genesis, funds received, research activities, past and current student strength, infrastructure facilities and major achievements of the Department. All the newly appointed academic staff and the non-teaching staff were introduced to the Alumni.

Prof. K. Balamurugan explaining the Genesis and Research Activities of the Department

The alumni expressed their happiness in participating in the meet and also expressed their appreciation for the current incomparable infrastructure facility of the Department. They admired the dedication shown by all the Faculty Members in the improvement of the Department and also on the welfare of the students.

Some of the alumni, who are abroad and could not attend the meeting, had sent videos of their feedback, which were played in the meeting.

Dr. B. Vignesh Kumar (Ph.D. Scholar during 14.08.2008 to 21.11.2014)
Dr. S. Durai (Ph.D. Scholar during 03.07.2008 to 13.12.2013)
Dr. D. Bakkiyaraj (Ph.D. Scholar during 08.08.2008 to 29.01.2014)
 

The following alumni, who attended the meeting, shared their career experience and also the wonderful campus experience they had in the University.

Name Current position Course completed Batch
Mr. S. Gowrishankar Assistant Professor,
Department of Biotechnology,
Alagappa University, Karaikudi - 630 003.
Post M.Sc. ADMD 2009-10
Dr. C. Nithya DST Inspire Faculty
Department of Microbiology,
Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli
Ph.D. 2005-2011
Dr. K. Syed Ibrahim DST SERB Research Scientist,
Department of Biotechnology,
Mizoram University, Mizoram – 796 004.
Ph.D. 2011
Mr. Karthik Natarajan Quality Specialist
Quintiles Res India Pvt. Ltd.,
Ananth Nagar Part III, Electronic City,
Bangalore – 560 100.
M.Sc. 2003-2005
Mr. V. S. Harish Manager, Clinical and Regulatory Compliance, Brindavan Layout,
Horamavu, Bangalore – 560 043.
M.Sc. 2003-2005
Mr. M. Sutharsan Senior Technical Consultant,
Clinical solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
College Road, Gowrivakkam, Chennai.
M.Sc. 2004-2006
Mr. A. Kamil Abdul Jabbar Revenue Inspector,
Guruswamy Street, Perambur,
Chennai – 600 011.
M.Sc. 2007-2009
Ms. M. Niraimathi Technical Assistant
School of Biological Sciences,
Madurai Kamaraj University,
Madurai - 625 019.
M.Sc. 2008-2010
Ms. K. Nasrin Nisha Ph.D. Scholar
School of Biological Sciences,
Madurai Kamaraj University,
Madurai - 625 019.
M.Sc. 2008-2010
Ms. B. Poornima Ph.D. Scholar
Biomaterials Department, CSIR-CLRI,
Adyar, Chennai – 600 020.
M.Sc. 2011-2013
Mr. V. S. Harish (M.Sc., Biotech 2003-2005 Batch)
Mr. Karthik Natarajan (M.Sc., Biotech 2003-2005 Batch)
Mr. M. Sutharsan (M.Sc., Biotech 2004-2006 Batch)
Dr. K. Syed Ibrahim (Ph.D. Scholar during 23.04.2005 to 13.01.2012)
Dr. C. Nithya (Ph.D. Scholar during 18.03.2006 to 19.09.2011)
Dr. S. Gowrishankar (Ph.D. Scholar during 13.01.2011 to 01.12.2016)

Some of the notable advices given by the alumni to the current students are:

  • To make use of the excellent infrastructure facilities available in the Department and to equip themselves by learning all the laboratory techniques, so that they can get better placement options
  • To fix the goal and to work hard to accomplish it

The alumni also promised that they would extend support to the Department and to the current students, in all possible ways. Photos of the past and new campus of the Department were displayed as a video to the alumni, which left the alumni surprised to see the achievements of the Department

To entertain the alumni, a cultural programme was organized by the M.Sc., students of the Department, in which the alumni got involved with full enthusiasm.

Cultural programme by the M.Sc. Students

The alumni promised that they would come for all the forthcoming Alumni meet also, as they were more proud to be a member of the Alagappa Biotech Family.With this happiness, the meeting came to an end with the Vote of thanks which was proposed by Dr. M. Ramesh, Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology.

Vote of thanks delivered by Dr. M. Ramesh
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Placement
M.Sc. 2002 - 2004 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Arthi M [email protected] Lecturer at K. S. R. College of Arts & Science, Tiruchengode.
2. Balaji R [email protected] Lecturer - Research Scientist in Department of Oncology, Cancer Institute (WIA), Chennai.
3. Deepalakshmi M [email protected] Placement detail not available
4. Elavarasi SV [email protected] Assistant in Best Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Thenpathi, Sirkali.
5. Gayatri G [email protected] Post Doctoral Fellow in Cold Spring Harbour laboratory, NY.
6. Hema A [email protected] Placement detail not available.
7. Kalpana B [email protected] Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology, K.S. Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode.
8. Krishnaveni R [email protected] Lecturer in the Department of Zoology, Arumugam Pillai and Seethaiammal Achi College, Tirupathoor.
9. Muthukumar S [email protected] Ph.D at Centre De Biophysique Moleculaire, Conventionee avec l’ Universite ‘ d’ Orleans.
10. Padma K R [email protected] Lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology, Sree Vidyanikethan Degree College, Chittoor .
11. Pandisubha K [email protected] Lecturer at St.Joseph College of Arts and Science, Chennai.
12. Prasanna M [email protected] Lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode.
13. Rupa G [email protected] Working in Nationalized Bank at Oddanchattiram, Tamil Nadu.
14. Saravanakumar R M [email protected] Placement detail not available.
15. Senthil Kumar N S [email protected] Placement detail not available
16. Shanthadevi U [email protected] Senior Research Assistant in Molecular Therapy Research Laboratory, Department of Clinical Research, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
17. Sivasankari C [email protected] Working in Biotech Company in Chennai
18. Sunethra V M [email protected] Placement detail not available.
19. Umashanthi M [email protected] Working in Biotech Company in Chennai
20. Vijay Baskar P [email protected] Lecturer in S.B College , Kottayam , Kerala.
M.Sc. 2003 - 2005 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Delfin A [email protected] Ph. D Student (Nephrological Science) in Second University of Naples, Lab of Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics, Institute of Protein Biochemistry, National Research Council, Naples, Italy
2. Damendiran K [email protected] Placement details not available.
3. Eswari K [email protected] Placement details not available.
4. Gowri S [email protected] Placement details not available.
5. Harish VS [email protected]
[email protected]
Sr. Clinical Research Associate/Trainer/Quality Reviewer in GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Ltd,, Bangalore.
6. Karthik N [email protected] Clinical Research Associate in Quintiles (MNC) in Bangalore
7. Kiruthika PV [email protected] Ph.D at the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
8. Kiruthika S [email protected] Placement details not available.
9. Kokilavani S [email protected] Junior Research Fellow at National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Bangalore .
10. Lakshmi K [email protected] Project Associate at Applied and Bioengineering Laboratory, Department of Biotechnology, IIT Madras , Chennai.
11. Leny Jose [email protected] SRF in Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram.
12. Mohan Raj P [email protected] Ph.D at University of Madras, Chennai.
13. Muthulakshmi AL [email protected] Placement detail not available
14. Nisha Hariharan [email protected] PhD in USA.
15. Pavithra C [email protected] Placement detail not available.
16. Ramya G [email protected] Placement detail not available
17. Roswin James [email protected] JRF at Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT), Cochin.
18. Selvam A [email protected] Ph.D at Dong-A University in Republic of Korea.
19. Selva Shanthi S [email protected] Placement details not available.
20. Sushma Padmaja S [email protected] Ph.D at Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai
21. Syed musatafa S [email protected] Dr. DS Kothari Post Doctoral Fellow at Annamalai University, Chidambaram
M.Sc. 2004 - 2006 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Amit Kumar Subudhi [email protected] Ph.D at BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan.
2. Beema Shafreen R [email protected] Research Associate in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
3. Boopathi PA [email protected] Ph.D at BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan.
4. Jegathambal G [email protected] Working as a HR Manager, Coimbatore.
5. Jeyamala T [email protected] Placement detail not available.
6. Kannan S [email protected] Lecturer in the Department of Biotechnology, Dr.G.R.Damodaran College of Science, Coimbatore .
7. Karthikeyan P [email protected] Ph.D in Microbial Technology Lab, Dept. of Biotechnology , Cochin University of Science and Technology.
8. Muthu Karuppaiah R [email protected] Clinical Data Associate in ICON Clinical Research India Private Limited, Chennai.
9. Muthukumar G [email protected] Ph.D in University of Verona, Italy.
10. Nachammai R [email protected] Placement details not available.
11. Niveditha A [email protected] Payor Relationship Executive at Nittany Outstanding Services Pvt Ltd, Chennai.
12. Padmini V [email protected] Placement details not available.
13. Prem Kumar C [email protected] Clinical Data Associate at ICON Clinical Research India Private Limited, Chennai.
14. Rajesh Kumar C [email protected] Technical Supervisor in Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad.
15. Raji S [email protected] PhD student in the Dept of Cell and molecular biology, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, Chennai.
16. Ramachandran P [email protected] Graduate Student, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Yamaguchi University School of Medicine, Japan.
17. Ramesh M [email protected] Placement details not available
18. Saraswathy T [email protected] Working in Canara Bank, Tirupur.
19. Senthil Kumar D [email protected] Research Fellow in IITM, Chennai.
20. Soundra Rajan T [email protected] Ph.D in Universita Dedli Studi Di Messina, Italy.
21. Sudharsan [email protected] Project Associate in Cognizant Technology Solutions Pvt Ltd, Chennai.
22. Thiru Kumaran T [email protected] Project Assistant.
M.Sc. 2005 - 2007 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Ajeetha Jeevanathi. R [email protected] Journal editor in SPS, Chennai.
2. Anand Raj. A [email protected] Placement details not available.
3. Anbukayalvizhi. C [email protected] Ph.D in Department of Microbiology & Cell Biology, IISc, Bangalore.
4. Chenjudar. N [email protected] School Teacher, Chennai
5. Dhivya. S   Placement details not available.
6. Elavarasi. N [email protected] Clinical Data Associate in ICON Clinical Research India Private Limited, Chennai.
7. Gandhiraj. D [email protected] Tissue culturist in Veterinary Vaccine production center, Ministry of agriculture, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
8. Jason Charles. S [email protected] Ph.D in Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University, Chennai.
9. Kesika. P [email protected] Meritorious Research Fellow in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
10. Marx. R [email protected] Working as Assisatant manager in Syndicate Bank, Kerala.
11. Mary Sheeba. M [email protected] JRF in NRCB, Trichy.
12. Michael Joseph. J [email protected] Working in Uniliver Pvt. Ltd., Banglore.
13. Muthayee. C [email protected] Placement details not available.
14. Nallathayammal. T [email protected] Journal editor in SPS, Chennai.
15. Pabitha. K [email protected] Placement details not available.
16. Radhalakshmi. K [email protected] Placement details not available.
17. Rajeswari. A [email protected] Journal editor in SPS, Trichy.
18. Sarikha. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
19. Saroja. V [email protected] Project Assistant in NEERI, Chennai.
20. Shanmuga Priya. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
21. Sivamaruthi. B [email protected] CSIR SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
22. Sriram. T [email protected] Lecturer in Kaliswarai College, Sivakasi.
23. Subhashini. R [email protected] Working as Journal editor in SPS, Trichy.
24. Sundar. P [email protected] JRF in CMFRI, Tuticorin.
25. Josephin Diana. K   JRF in Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai.
M.Sc. 2006 - 2008 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Annapoorani. A [email protected] CSIR SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
2. Anoop. A [email protected] Ph.D in Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.
3. Aravindh. S [email protected] JRF in PSG Nanotech Research facility, PSG Collegfe of Technology, Coimbatore.
4. Arif Nisha. S [email protected] Maulana Azad National Research Fellow in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University , Karaikudi.
5. Bakkiyaraj. D [email protected] CSIR SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
6. Bhagawat Subramanian Chandrasekar [email protected] Ph.D in Department of Biochemistry, IISC, Bangalore.
7. Constance Aruna. B [email protected] Working as a Copy Editor, Chennai.
8. Deivendran. S [email protected] Ph.D in Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram.
9. Ilavarasi. K [email protected] SRF in ICMR research project in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
10. Indhumathi. T [email protected] Placement details not available.
11. Jayashree. C [email protected] Placement details not available.
12. Lavanya. C [email protected] Placement details not available.
13. Manikandan. K [email protected] JRF in MS University of Baroda, Gujarath.
14. Manju. S [email protected] Ph.D in Department of Animal Health & Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi. .
15. Mohana Priya. A [email protected] SRF in CSIR Research Project in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University
16. Muthusamy. M [email protected] Working as JRF in National Research Centre for Banana, Trichy.
17. Narmatha. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
18. Pavithra. K [email protected] Working as a Lecturer in Dr. G. R. Dhamodharan College of Science, Coimbatore.
19. Poonam. C [email protected] JRF in Department of Botany, Alagappa Govt. Arts College, Karaikudi.
20. Priyadharshini. S [email protected] Working as a Project Engineer in Wipro, Chennai.
21. Sathish Kumar. M [email protected] Ph.D in Department of Hepatology and Infectious Biology, Heinrich-Heine-University, Dusseldorf, Germany.
22. Shenbaga Sheela. J [email protected] Placement details not available.
23. Suganya. S [email protected] Teaching Research Associate in Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University, Chennai.
24. Sybiya Vasantha Packiavathy. I [email protected] UGC - Meritorious Research Fellow in the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University , Karaikudi.
25. Tamilzhalagan. S [email protected] JRF in Cancer Genetics Laboratory, Centre for Excellence in Genomic Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.
26. Thenmozhi. S [email protected] Technical Staff in Department of Biotechnology, Bharathidasan University, Trichy.
27. Vignesh Kumar. B [email protected] ICMR - SRF in the Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
M.Sc. 2007 - 2009 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Agilandeshwari.P [email protected] Medical Coder in Omega Healthcare Management Services Pvt Ltd, Bangalore.
2. Aravindraja.C [email protected] JRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
3. Azeetha Banu. A [email protected] teacher in Rotary Laharry Matric Hr. Sec. School, Madurai.
4. Duraipandian.M [email protected] Placement detail not available.
5. Gnanalakshmi.B [email protected] Placement detail not available.
6. Indumathy.K [email protected] JRF in Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University, Chennai.
7. Jancirani.P [email protected] Placement detail not available.
8. Kalpana.K [email protected] Placement detail not available.
9. Kamaladevi.A [email protected] SRF in DBT major research project in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
10. Kamil abdul jabbar.A [email protected] Placement detail not available.
11. Mahalakshmi.A [email protected] Placement detail not available.
12. Mohanraj. K [email protected] Working in Research Associate, Novozymes, Bangalore.
13. Padmavathi. A [email protected] SRF in ICMR Research Project in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University , Karaikudi.
14. Ragupathi.T [email protected] BIF-Trainee, in the Department of Biotechnology,
Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
15. Ramalashmi.K [email protected] Ph.D in Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore.
16. [email protected] [email protected] DST - PURSE SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University.
17. Sakthivel. R [email protected] UGC - SAP Project Fellow in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
18. Sasirekha.M [email protected] JRF in IIT Madras, Chennai.
19. Shanmuganathan.M [email protected] Placement detail not available.
20. Sindhuja. C [email protected] Technical Trainee in
Dr. Reddy's Lab, Hyderabad.
21. Siva durga.S [email protected] Lecturer in The American College, Madurai.
22. Sujitha.M.V [email protected] Ph. D, in Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore.
23. Vijayakumar.K [email protected] JRF in Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli.
24. Viswanath.P [email protected] Working in Vijaya Bank, Marthandam.
M.Sc. 2008 - 2010 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Anjel Jemima. E [email protected] Placement details not available.
2. Benita Nancy Reni. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
3. Gautam Sanjeev Das [email protected] Placement details not available.
4. Gayathri. R [email protected] M.Phil In Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli.
5. Gokila Devi. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
6. Gomathi. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
7. Indira Priyadharsini.K [email protected] Placement details not available.
8. Jaishabanu.A [email protected] JRF in Department of Biotechnology, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore.
9. Jothi Priya.S [email protected] Placement details not available.
10. Kalaivani. A [email protected] JRF in UPSAI Tea Research Foundation, Valparai.
11. Kirusnavenii. C [email protected] Placement details not available.
12. Mangayarkarasi. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
13. Manickavalli. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
14. Manikandan. S [email protected] DBT-JRF in Dept. of Microbiology & Biotechnology Centre, MS University of Baroda, Gujarath.
15. Nasrin Nisha. K [email protected] JRF in Department of Genetic Engineering, Madurai Kamaraj University
16. Niraimathi. M [email protected] Technical Assistant at Department of Genetics, Madurai Kamaraj University.
17. Nirmaladevi. P [email protected] Placement details not available.
18. Nithya. B [email protected] Biocurator analyst in Biobase Biological Database India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore.
19. Pandiaraj. S [email protected] JRF in Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University, Chennai.
20. Primin Nivetha. K [email protected] lecturer in Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College for Women, Kilakarai
21. Priyanka Rathore [email protected] Associate Research Analyst in Thomson Reuters, Chennai.
22. Rani. K [email protected] Placement details not available.
23. Saranya. AR [email protected] M.Phil in Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli.
24. Senthilkumar.R [email protected] Counselor in Dr. Agarwal Eye hospital, Chennai.
25. Shilpha. J [email protected] CSIR SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
26. Sivasankar. C [email protected] ITC - RA in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
27. Tharani. G [email protected] M.Phil in Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli.
28 Viszwapriya. D [email protected] CSIR SRF in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
M.Sc. 2009 - 2011 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Aarthy. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
2. Anantha Lakshmi. G [email protected] Placement details not available.
3. Ganesh Babu. I [email protected] Placement details not available.
4. Jayanthi. S [email protected] Trainee in ITC - R & D Centre, Banglore.
5. Madhana Vigneshwari. G [email protected] Ph.D. in School of Biotechnology, Madurai Kamaraj University
6. Mahendran. A [email protected] Placement details not available.
7. Meenakshi. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
8. Mukilan. M [email protected] JRF in Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli
9. Muthu Manikandan. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
10. Narmadha. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
11. Nyagwencha Duncan Mosioma [email protected] Placement details not available.
12. Padma Malini. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
13. Parameshwari. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
14. Poornima. J [email protected] Project Trainee (Medical Coding) in Ajuba Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Chennai.
15. Priya. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
16. Ramesh Kumar. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
17. Santha Kumari. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
18. Sasi Kumar. P [email protected] Ph.D. in Middlesex University, London
19. Sathish Kumar. P [email protected] Placement details not available.
20. Shahitha Banu. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
21. Sornaveni. R [email protected] Placement details not available.
22. Thukkaram. G [email protected] Placement details not available.
23. Vigneshwari. L [email protected] Placement details not available.
M.Sc. 2010 - 2012 Batch
S. No. NAME E-MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1. Abinaya  B [email protected] Azidus clinical research formulation, Chennai Senior Research associate
2. BanupriyaR [email protected] Hana Group of Companies, Dubai-UAE Product executive
3. Jothi  N [email protected] Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan University, Thiruchirapalli DBT- SRF
4. Kannan  S [email protected] Biocon, Bangalore Product executive
5. Kannappan AR [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC-BSR-JRF
6. Karthick V [email protected] Hana Group of Companies, Dubai-UAE         Team leader
7. Karthikeyan  M [email protected] National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bangalore CSIR-JRF
8. Kayal vizhi  M [email protected] Home Maker
9. Krishna veni  G [email protected] Home Maker
10. Krithika  S [email protected] School of Biotechnology,  Madurai Kamaraj University Research Scholar
11. Manikanda prabu  M [email protected] Episource India Pvt ltd, Chennai  Executive Coder
12. Manikkaraja  C [email protected] Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli Research Scholar
13. Nambi rajan  T [email protected] Sri Ram Nallamani Yadava College of Pharmacy, Thenkasi             Assistant Professor
14. Nancy immaculate mary  R [email protected] Vels University, Chennai                Research Scholar
15. Parvathi G [email protected] Arulmigu Kalasalingam college of arts & science. Krishan koil Assistant professor
16. Preethi premkumar [email protected] Home Maker
17. Roopa G [email protected] Home Maker
18. Sethuraj R [email protected] Managing his own farm at Sattur,  Virudhunagar
19. Silambarasan T [email protected] Hana Group of Companies, Dubai-UAE Sales manager
20. Sindhulakshmi M [email protected] The Leaders Matric Hr Sec School, Karaikudi Biology teacher
21. Siva G [email protected] E4E Healthcare service in kovilambakkam Quality analyst
22. Srimathy M [email protected] Home Maker
23. Srinivasan R [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC-BSR-SRF
24. Subasankari K [email protected] CAS Marine Biology,  Parangipettai,  Annamalai University Research Scholar
25. Uma devi M [email protected] Home Maker
M.Sc. 2011 - 2013 Batch
S. No. NAME E-MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1. R. Abirami [email protected] Home Maker
2. A. Ajilda sweetheartaji @rocketmail.com Department of Microbiology, Alagappa University PhD Scholar
3. P. Anusha [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Periyar University, Periyar Palkalai Nagar, Salem Junior Research fellow
4. P. Chermakani chermakanibiorelax @yahoo.com Department of Biochemistry, University of Madras, Guindy campus, Chennai Project fellow
5. K. Chithiraiselvi [email protected] Benny hospital, Karaikudi Lab technician
6. R. Hasina beham [email protected] Home maker
7. T. Indhumathy [email protected] Vadamalayan hospital, Madurai Claims Executive Officer
8. M. Jeyashre jayashremanoharan @gmail.com Home maker
9. R. Johnsi [email protected] Perayur Tk Revenue Inspector
10. K. Kanakatharshini [email protected] Home maker
11. M. Kavikkuil [email protected] Home maker
12. M. Kumar [email protected] First source, Chennai Junior executive
13. S. Muthamil [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC-BSR- SRF
14. S. Pandilakshmi [email protected] Dell Perot Systems, Coimbatore Executive-coder
15. B. Poornima [email protected] Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI), Chennai DST-INSPIRE SRF
16. G. Pothiaraj [email protected] Department of Molecular Microbiology, School of Biotechnology, Madurai Kamaraj University PhD Scholar
17. T. Rajavel [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC-BSR- SRF
18. T. Rajeswari [email protected] Placement details not available
M.Sc. 2012 - 2014 Batch
S. No. NAME E-MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution/th> Position
1. R. Annalakshmi [email protected] Ajuba Solutions Pvt Ltd, Chennai Medical coding Officer
2. E. Aparna [email protected] Ajuba Solutions Pvt Ltd, Chennai Medical coding Officer
3. T.S. Balaji [email protected]
[email protected]
Aravind Medical Research Foundation, Madurai CSIR-JRF
4. R. Banupriya [email protected] Preparing for TNPSC exam
5. M. Chitra Devi [email protected] Home Maker
6. V. Divya [email protected] PRADOCT, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
7. U. Hukkim Bazith [email protected] Dr. Reddys Laboratory, Madurai PSR
8. P. Karthikayan  [email protected] DELL, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
9. S. Muthumariammal [email protected] Varatharajan food Pvt. Ltd, Hosur Quality control Officer
10. R. Nandhini nandhinibiotech.ravi @gmail.com Preparing for TNPSC exam
11. S. Nasrin rinosha [email protected] Home Maker
12. S. Pandian [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC-BSR-JRF
13. K. Pandichandra [email protected] DELL, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
14. A. Ponmalar [email protected] DELL, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
15. K. Ponmeena [email protected] Omega Healthcare,  Tiruchirappalli Medical Coding Officer
16. T. Poongothai [email protected] Hindu Nadar Matric. Hr. sec. school, Srivilliputhur Teacher
17. R.Pooppandiyammal [email protected] Varatharajan food Pvt Ltd, Hosur Quality control Officer
18. S. Radhika [email protected] Micro Therapeutic Research Labs Pvt Ltd, Chennai BCIL Trainee
19. S.Ragavi [email protected] Kemin Industries South Asia Pvt Ltd Intern (Customer laboratory Service )
20. R.Raghuraman [email protected] Preparing for Competitive exam
21. P. Rathina priya [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC – BSR - JRF
22. S. Sagina rency [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University DST-INSPIRE JRF
23. J. Saravana kumar saravanakumar.406 @rediff.com Ajuba Solutions Pvt Ltd, Chennai Medical Coding Officer
24. A. Selvaraj  [email protected] PhD in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University UGC – BSR-JRF
25. P. Singaraj [email protected] SKM Animal feeds, Erode Quality Controller
26. K. Sorimuthu ayyanar [email protected] Ajuba Solutions Pvt Ltd, Chennai Medical Coding Officer
27. P. Subesh kumar [email protected] National Banana Research Center (NBRC), Trichy JRF
28. K. Tamilselvi [email protected] DELL, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
29. K. Vijayakumar [email protected] Annamalai University, Chidambaram       Research Scholar
30. S. Yesubalan [email protected] DELL, Coimbatore Medical Coding Officer
M.Sc. 2013 - 2015 Batch
S. No. NAME E-MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1. M. Balaji [email protected] AVT Lab (p)Ltd, Cochin BCIL Trainee
2. M. Bhuvaneswari [email protected] Hana medical supplies -dubai-UAE Medical representative
3. M. Bhuvaneswari [email protected] Home Maker
4. G. Chithra [email protected] Preparing for TNPSC exam
5. S. Deebika [email protected] Preparing for competitive exams
6. V. Deepa [email protected] Preparing for TNPSC exam
7. R. Durgadevi [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University Research Scholar
8. S. Ganeshkumar [email protected] Searching positions in foreign countries
9. D. Jayabalan [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University Research Scholar
10. S. Jerithabanu [email protected] IAS coaching class (Saidai Duraisamy academy)
11. M. Jeyabharathi [email protected] Preparing for competitive exams
12. S. Karthik [email protected] Pharmaceutical Company, Hosur Quality Controller
13. R. Karthikeyan [email protected] M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, chennai JRF(DST-SERB grant)
14. S. Krishnakumar [email protected] Swiss garnier genexiaa, Sikkim Quality controller
15. P. Muthuramalingam pandianmuthuramalingam @gmail.com Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University AURF, Research Scholar
16. N.  Nilofernisha [email protected] Home Maker
17. N. Nithyalakshmi [email protected] Our Lady Hr. Sec. School, Madurai (08-01-16) Teacher
18. M. Periyasamy [email protected] Center for Stem Cell Research in Christian Medical College, Vellore JRF
19. M. Prakash [email protected] LifeCell, Chennai Quality Assurance Executive
20. A. Rabinson [email protected] Preparing for Bank exam
21. R. Sahaya vino [email protected] Micinary RCM info tech Medical coder
22. S. Sathya [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University JRF
23. A. Selvapandiyan [email protected] Parle-G, Thirumangalam Quality controller
24. M. Shanmugasundaram [email protected] Omega Healthcare, Trichy Medical coder
25. B. Sundareswari [email protected] Omega Healthcare, Trichy Medical coder
26. T. Thirukumari [email protected] Home Maker
27. K. Vallipriya [email protected] Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College for Women Assistant Professor
28. P. Velraj [email protected] IGCAR, Kalpakkam JRF
29. S. Vijayalakshmi [email protected] Omega Healthcare, Trichy Medical coder
M.Sc. 2014 - 2016 Batch
S. No. NAME E-MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1. S. Abinaya [email protected] Dell Int. Ltd, Coimbatore Medical Record Coder
2. R. Alexpandi [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University Research Scholar
3. V. Amsadevi [email protected] SourceHov Services,
Kilpauk, Chennai.
Processor
4. S. Balasubramani [email protected] BCIL for industrial training programs in
Thermo Fisher Scientific
BCIL Trainee
5. J. Chinthamani [email protected] Nalam hospital, Theni (In a collaborative research between AMRF, Madurai and Nalam hospital) Project fellow
6. V. Jayabarathi [email protected] Placement details not available
7. M. Jeyakumar [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University Research Scholar
8. M. Kanmani [email protected] Dept. of Proteomics, Aravind Medical Research Foundation, Madurai Project Fellow
9. B. Kasthuri [email protected] Placement details not available
10. K. Lakshmanan [email protected] A1 Chips Export Pvt. Ltd Quality Controller
11. R. Logalakshmi [email protected] Preparing for CSIR Exam
12. N. Maheshvare [email protected] Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology JRF
13. V. Manikandan [email protected] Pondichery University Pursuing Post M.Sc., Diploma in Food Safety
14. K. Marichelvam [email protected] A1 Chips Export Pvt. Ltd Quality Controller
15. M. Narenkumar [email protected] Dept. of Proteomics, Aravind Medical Research Foundation, Madurai Project Fellow
16. R. Pothiraj [email protected] Qualified TNPSC Group-2A & awaiting for Certificate verification
17. N. Prabha [email protected] Intelenet Global Service, Chennai Medical Coder
18. S. Rathika [email protected] Home maker
19. S. Saranya [email protected] Home maker
20. S. Sindhumeena [email protected] Home maker
21. R. Sriharilakshmi [email protected] Preparing for CSIR Exam
22. S. Srinivasan [email protected] Preparing for CSIR Exam
23. P. Surya Lakshmi [email protected] Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI), Chennai Project Fellow
24. C. Tamilselvi [email protected] Preparing for Competitive Exams
25. P. Thirumurugan [email protected] Kalishwari College of Arts and Science, Sivakasi Pursuing M.Phil
26. P. Vengadaganesh [email protected] Placement details not available
27. T. Venkatesan [email protected] Preparing for TNPSC exam
28. P. Vignesh [email protected] Thyrocare Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai Quality  Controller
29. R. Vikneswari [email protected] Biology Teacher Chellappan Vidhya Mandir
DBT Sponsored Post M.Sc., Advanced Diploma Course in Molecular Diagnostics
2008 - 2009 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1. Bala Amarnath. C [email protected] Junior Scientist in Abexome Bioscience Pvt. ltd., Bangalore.
2. Chaithanya. C   Quality Assuurance Trainee in Azitus Laboratories, Chennai.
3. Chitteti Ramamurthy [email protected] Ph.D in Department of Biochemistry, Pondicherry University, Puducherry.
4. Kanagavel. M [email protected] JRF in Department of Microbiology, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli.
5. Kanchana. G   Lecturer in Department of Biotechnology, Mahendra College of Arts & Science, Kallipatti, Namakkal Dt.
6. Mugilan. T [email protected] Assistant Manager, Syndicate Bank, Tandalam, Kerala.
7. Muthamil Selvan. T [email protected] Ph.D in National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan.
8. Niraimathi. P   Placement details not available.
9. Pattu Vidhya. S [email protected] Incom Tax Officer at Tambaram.
10. Raghunath. A [email protected] Working in L V Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad.
11. Rajam Sathya. J [email protected] Research Associate in Prof. M. Viswanathan Diabetic Research Centre, Chennai.
12. Rajarajan. S [email protected] Ph.D in The Mina and Everard Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, Bar Ilan University, Israel.
13. Ramachandran. K [email protected] Quality Control Analyst in Green Signal Biopharma Pvt. Ltd., Chennai.
14. Renu Karthika. M   Working in GVK Biotech, Hyderabad.
15. Sankar. R [email protected] Assistant Scientist in Abexome Bioscience Pvt. ltd., Bangalore.
16. Satish Kumar. R [email protected] Doing Ph.D in CENTAB, Sastra University, Thanjavur.
17. Senthil. E   a Lecturer UDC, Trichy
18. Sundaravadivel. M [email protected] Ph.D in National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT), Taiwan
19. Vasantham. S [email protected] Placement details not available.
2009 - 2010 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Placement Details
1 Bhaviya. HS [email protected] Placement details not available.
2 Duraipandian. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
3 Gnanalakshmi. B [email protected] Placement details not available.
4 Gowrishankar. S [email protected] Working as Rajiv Gandhi Research Fellow in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
5 Hanitha. R [email protected] Working as Medical Coder in in Omega Healthcare Services, Chennai.
6 Karthikeyan. J [email protected] Working as a Junior Scientist in Abexome Bioscience Pvt. ltd., Bangalore.
7 Madhanraj. A [email protected] Working as JRF in Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding (IFGTB), Coimbatore.
8 Manoj Kumar. R [email protected] Working as a Project Assistant in National Research Centre on Plant Biotechnology, New Delhi.
9 Mohanasundari. V   Placement details not available.
10 Okonjo Peter Awili [email protected] Placement details not available.
11 Pravina. M [email protected] Placement details not available.
12 Rajesh Kannan. M [email protected] Working as a Lecturer in Sourastra College of Arts & Science, Madurai.
13 Saraswathy. C [email protected] Working as a Genetic Research Analyst in Histogenetics Pvt. Ltd., Chennai.
14 Sethupathy. S [email protected] Working as JRF in DBT major Research Project in Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
15 Sivalingam. J [email protected] Working as a JRF in Aravind Medical Research Foundation, Madurai.
16 Swaminathan. V [email protected] Placement details not available.
17 Thiyagarajan. OS [email protected] Working as QC - Microbiologist, Bioplus Pharmed Lifescience Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore.
18 Umamaheswaran. V [email protected] Working as Technical assistant in CDRI, Lucknow.
19 Utharakumar. M [email protected] Doing Ph.D in Department of Zoology, University of Madras.
2010 - 2011 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1 Arunraj. SP [email protected] International Max Plank Research School (IMPRS) for Evolutionary Biology, Germany PhD Research Scholar
2 Ashish Nathaniel Christopher [email protected] Department of Cereal Sciences at North Dakota State University, Fargo PhD Research Scholar
3 Aslamkhan. K [email protected] Placement details not available
4 Dhananjeyan. G [email protected] Thomson Reuters, Chennai Associate Research Analyst
5 Elangovan . V [email protected] Scientific Publishing Services, Chennai Copy editor
6 Karthik. B [email protected] AIMPT Medical Entrance exam, AIM Institute, Madurai Biology Staff
7 Maha Devi. G [email protected] Placement details not available
8 Malathy. B [email protected] Dr. Mohans Diabetes Speciality Centre, Chennai. Microbiologist
9 Murugadas. A [email protected] Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan University, Trichy PhD Research Scholar
10 Rajalakshmi. M [email protected] Bharathiar University, Coimbatore PhD Research Scholar
11 Sakthivel. G [email protected] University of Madras, Chennai PhD Research Scholar
12 Saranya. JS [email protected] Placement details not available
13 Selvaganesh. S [email protected] Coimbatore Village Administrative Officer
14 Shanmugavelan. DM [email protected] Placement details not available
15 Shasank Prakash Katiyar [email protected] IIT, Delhi. PhD Research Scholar
16 Srinivasan. P [email protected] Karpagam University, Coimbatore PhD Research Scholar
17 Veneshkumar. R [email protected] Sterling Biotech, Ooty Quality Analyst
18 Victor Athisayam. T [email protected] Department of Plant Biotechnology, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai UGC-BSR Meritorious fellow (JRF)
2011 - 2012 Batch
S. No. /th> NAME/th> E- MAIL /th> Name of the Organization/ Institution Position/th>
1 Balaji A [email protected] Placement details not available
2 Ganesh M [email protected] Department of Microbiology,   Bharathidasan University,   Tiruchirappalli DST-SRF
3 Jothi muniyandi M [email protected] Department Of Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Sourastra College, Madurai Assistant Professor
4 Mukilan M [email protected] Department of Animal Science, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli DBT-SRF
5 Rama devi K [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi UGC-BSR-SRF
6 Subaraja M [email protected] Department of Biochemistry,
University of Madras,
Chennai
Research Scholar
7 Umasankari K [email protected] Placement details not available
8 Vengala rao P [email protected] Osmania University Pursuing  Advanced PG Diploma in Emergency Care
9 Vigneshwari L [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi UGC-BSR-SRF
2012 - 2013 Batch
S. No. NAME E- MAIL Name of the Organization/ Institution Position
1 ABINAYA B [email protected] Azidus Laboratory Pvt. Ltd, Vandalore, Chennai Senior Research Associate
2 ABIRAMI UMA P [email protected] Placement details not available
3 KANNAPPAN AR [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi UGC-BSR-JRF
4 KARTHICK V [email protected] Hana Group of Company, Dubai- UAE Sales Manager
5 SETHURAJ R [email protected] Preparing for Competitive Exams
6 SHANMUGANATHAN B [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi DST-Project Fellow
7 SINDHULAKSHMI M [email protected] Leader Hr. Sec. School, Karaikudi Biology Teacher
8 SUBASANKARI K [email protected] CAS Marine Biology,  Parangipettai,  Annamalai University Research Scholar
9 THULASI LAKSHMI M [email protected] Home Maker
Ph.D
Placement details
S. No Research Scholar’s Name Period of Study (Date of Registration to Date of Submission) Contact details Name of the Organisation/ Institution Position
1 Ganesh Babu T 25.05.2003 - 28.03.2007 [email protected] DOCTOR DNA and RNA, Singapore - 541318 Research Scientist,
2 Nithyanand P 28.10.2003 - 23.10.2009 [email protected] Research, School of Chemical and Biotechnology, SASTRA University, Thanjavur Assistant Professor
3 Muniyandi J 10.08.2004 - 17.07.2008 [email protected]hoo.com Department of Biotechnology, Selvamm Arts & Science College, Namakkal Head
4 Syed Ibrahim K 23.04.2005- 15.09.2011 [email protected] Dept. of Biotechnology,
Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram - 796 004.
DST-SERB Young Scientist
5 Thenmozhi R 27.04.2005 - 13.08.2010 [email protected] Department  of
Microbiology, Bharathidasan University, Trichy.
DST-SERB Young Scientist
6 Syed Musthafa K 24.10.2005- 20.04.2011 [email protected] Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkhla University Hatyai, Songkhla Thailand Post Doctoral Fellow in Abroad
7 Kiruthiga PV 07.11.2005 - 28.10.2010 [email protected] Division of Human Biology, Bukit Jalil Campus, International Medical University (IMU), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Lecturer in Medical biotechnology
8 Nithya C 18.03.2006 - 17.03.2011 [email protected] Department of Microbiology, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli. DST-INSPIRE Faculty
9 Sugnathy N 01.10.2007 - 30.05.2013 [email protected] Department of Nanoscience and Technology, Alagappa University Assistant Professor
10 Karthikeyan A 08.05.2008 - 23.12.2011 [email protected] State Key Laboratory of Tea Plant Biology and Utilization
Anhui Agricultural University
Hefei, Anhui Province
People's Republic of China
Post Doctoral Fellow
11 Kesika P 03.07.2008 - 30.10.2013 [email protected] Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University
Thailand
Post Doctoral Fellow
12 Sivamaruthi B 03.07.2008 - 20.09.2012 [email protected] Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University
Thailand
Post Doctoral Fellow
13 Jancy Kalpana B 03.07.2008 - 20.08.2013 [email protected] Home maker
14 Sybiya Vasantha Packiavathy 03.07.2008 - 27.03.2013 [email protected] TNAU, Coimbatore Research Associate
15 Ilavarasi K 03.07.2008 - 06.03.2014 [email protected] Department of Microbiology & CLT,
Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College For Women, Karakudi
Assistant Professor
16 Durai S 03.07.2008 - 24.06.2013 [email protected];
[email protected]
Washington State University College of Medical Sciences, Spokane, WA 99210-1495, USA Post Doctoral Research Associate
17 Annapoorani A 03.07.2008 - 02.07.2013 [email protected] Home maker
18 Bakkiyaraj D 08.08.2008 - 07.08.2013 [email protected] Food safety and Health Research Unit, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Thailand. Post Doctoral Fellow
19 Vignesh Kumar B 14.08.2008 - 02.06.2014 [email protected];
vignesh.balasubramanian @dm.duke.edu
DUKE University, USA Post Doctoral Fellow
20 Mohana Priya A 08.09.2009 - 21.04.2014 [email protected] Department of Microbiology and Biotechnology,Thassim Beevi Abdul Kader College of Women, Kilakarai Assistant Professor
21 Beema Shafreen R 08.09.2009 - 05.09.2013 [email protected] Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (CNSNT), Sathyabama University, Chennai-600119, India. Scientist C
22 Balaji K 08.09.2009 - 06.09.2013 [email protected];
[email protected]
Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Post Doctoral Fellow
23 Jeba Mercy G 08.09.2009 - 22.11.2013 [email protected] Hebrew University, Israel Post Doctoral Fellow
24 Arif Nisha S 08.09.2009 - 29.01.2015 [email protected] Department of Biotechnology, Srimad Andavan Arts & Science College, Trichy Assistant Professor
25 Sakthivel R 11.12.2009 - 01.12.2015 [email protected] Dept. of Biotechnology,
Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram - 796 004.
National  Post Doctoral Fellow
26 A. kamaladevi 01.07.2010 - 27.06.2016 [email protected] Looking ahead for Opportunities
27 Joe Virgin Largia M 11.10.2010 - 07.08.2015 [email protected] Dept. of Botany,
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu 627012
Teaching Assistant
28 M. Rajalaxmi 13.01.2011 - 21.06.2016 [email protected] Looking ahead for Opportunities
29 Padmavathi A 13.01.2011 - 25.02.2015 [email protected] Drug Delivery System Excellence Center, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Thailand. Post Doctoral Fellow
30 Gowrishankar S 13.01.2011 - 29.06.2016 [email protected] Dept. of Biotechnology,
Alagappa University
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31 Salini R 13.01.2011 - 18.09.2015 [email protected] Department of Biochemistry, V. V. Vanniaperumal College for Women, Virudhunagar-626001 Assistant Professor
32 D.viszwapriya 24.02.2011- 27.06.2016 [email protected] Looking ahead for Opportunities
33 Shilpha J 12.05.2011- 23-03-2016 [email protected] Looking ahead for Opportunities
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