Department of Human Physiology

  

Department Faculties

  

Prof. Samir Kumar Sil

Name: Prof. Samir Kumar Sil
Date of Birth : 15/11/1964
Phone number's : 03812308888 9862590290, 7005278314
E-mail's : s_k_sil[at]tripurauniv.in , s_k_sil[at]yahoo.com
Academic Qualifications : Ph.D.
Present Designation/position : Professor
Topics Taught : Molecular genetics, Cell physiology and Signaling, Biochemistry, Immunomodulation, Cancer Biology

Publications(year wise):

  1. Human specific insertion/deletion polymorphisms in Indian Populations and their possible evolutionary implications’ Partha P Majumder, Bidyut Roy, Sanat Banerjee Piali Guha Thakurta and Samir K Sil. European Journal of Human Genetics 7,435-446, 1999.
  2. Fundamental Genomic Unity of Ethnic Indians revealed by analysis of mitochondrial DNA’ Susanta Roychoudhury, Sangita Roy, Badal Dey, Madan Chakraborty, Monami roy, Bidyut Roy, A. Ramesh, N. Prabhakaran, M.V. Usharani, H. Viswanathan, Mitasree Mitra, Samir K Sil, and Partha P Majumder. Current science, 79 (9): 1182-1192, 2000.
  3. ‘Genomic structures and population histories of linguistically distinct tribal groups of India’ Susanta Roychoudhury, Sangita Roy, Analabha Basu, Rajat Banerjee, H. Viswanathan, M.V. Usharani, Samir K Sil, Mitasree Mitra and Partha P Majumder. Human Genetics 109:339-350. 2001.
  4. 'Sequence variationand haplotype structure of the ICAMI and TNF genes in 12 ethnic groups of India reveal patterns of importance in designing association studies'. Sangamitra Sengupta, Shabana Faeheen, Neelanjana Mukherjee, Badal Dey, Barun Mukhopadhaya, Samir K. Sil, N. Pravakaran, A. Ramesh, Deepa Edwin, M.V. Usharani, Mitashree Mitra, ChitraThakur Mahadik, Sunita Singh, Subhash C. Sehagal and Partha P. Majumder; Annals of Human Genetics, 68:567-574. 2004.li>
  5. Polarity and Temporality of High-Resolution Y-Chromosome Distributions in India Identify Both Indigenous and Exogenous Expansions and Reveal Minor Genetic Influence of Central Asian Pastoralists, Sanghamitra SenguptaLev A. ZhivotovskyRoy KingS. Q. MehdiChristopher A. EdmondsCheryl-Emiliane T. ChowAlice A. LinMitashree MitraSamir K. SilA. RameshM. V. Usha RaniChitra M. ThakurL. Luca Cavalli-SforzaPartha P. Majumder, and Peter A. Underhill , Am J Hum Genet. 2006 Feb; 78(2): 202–221.  IF 11.8
  6. Antibacterial activity of Oroxylum indicum- an indigenous medicinal plant of Tripura. Rupanjali Saha, Samir Kumar Sil, Bikash Ch. Mohanta and Biswanath Dinda.. In: Proc. Sem. Biodiversity, Dept. of Life Science, Tripura University, India: 135- 139, 2004
  7. Antibacterial activity of Parkia javanica – an indigenous medicinal plant of Tripura. Rupanjali Saha, Samir Kumar Sil, Bikas Mohanta and Biswanath Dinda. J. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Monit. Vol. 17(1): 15- 19, 2007.
  8. Antibacterial and phytochemical evaluation of Evolvulus nummularius, Mimosa pudica and Oroxylum indicum from India. Samir Kumar Sil, Rupanjali Saha, Biplab Ghosh, Bikash Mohanta and Biswanath Dinda. African J. Biomed. Res. Vol. 10: 83- 88, 2007.
  9. In vitro activity of Parkia javanica extract against Leishmania donovani parasite. Rupanjali Saha, Jayati Mookerjee Basu, Syamal Roy, Biswanath Dinda and Samir Kumar Sil. J. Appl. Biosci. Vol. 36 (1): 85 – 89, 2010.
  10. Growth inhibitory effect of Evolvulus nummularius extract on Leishmania donovani parasite. Rupanjali Saha, Biswanath Dinda and Samir Kumar Sil. J Ecobiol. 27(4) 335-340, 2010.
  11. Anti-proliferative activity of Evolvulus nummularius (l.) L., A medicinal plant of tripura, on doxorubicin resistant leukemia cells. Rupanjali Saha, Biswanath Dinda and Samir Kumar Sil. J. Appl. Biosci. 36(2):161-163, 2010.
  12. Assessment of Nutritional status of Rural tribal children in Tripura. Samir K. Sil,S. Roy Sarkar, S. Saha, S. Roy. Indian Pediatrics, 48, 448-449, 2011
  13. Nutritional Status of Urban Tripuri Tribal Boysof Agartala, Tripura, Samir K. Sil,S. Roy Sarkar, S. Saha, S. Roy. Anthropologist, 14(2): 167-169, 2012
  14. Nutritional status of Tripuri tribal adolescent boys of West Tripura district. Samir K. Sil,S. Roy Sarkar, S. Saha, S. Roy.Indian pediatrics 49(6):494-5, 2012
  15. Host plant based biological and genetic variations northeast India, P arichita roy chaudhuri, Samir K. Sil,B K Agarwala.J Appl. Biocsi.38(2) 132-138, 2012
  16. Somatotype of non-athlete tribal school boys of West Tripura District, Tripura SR Sarkar, SK Sil, Biolife 2 (4), 1365-1370, 2014
  17. A Rare HBV Subgenotype D4 with Unique Genomic Signatures Identified in North- Eastern India –An Emerging Clinical Challenge?, Priyanka Banerjee, Rajiv Kumar Mondal, Madhuparna Nandi, Sumantra Ghosh, Nabendu Chakraborty, Swatilekha Bhattacharya, Arindam RoyChoudhury, Soma Banerjee, Amal Santra, Samir Sil, Abhijit Chowdhury, Pradip Bhaumik, Simanti Datta. Plos One, 9(10), 2014.
  18. PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS B IN TRIPURA: A COMMUNITY BASED STUDY, Pradip Bhaumik, Samir Kumar Sil, Kalyan Debnath, Swatilekha Bhattacharjee, Journal of evidence based Medicine and Healthcare,1(17) , 2156-2161, 2014.
  19. Somatotype of Tripura Tribal adolescent Boys (aged 8 to 16 years) of Tripura, North-east India. Sarkar SR, Sil SK. In: Chakraborty D, editor. User Centered Design and Occupational wellbeing. 1st ed. New Delhi. McGraw Hill Education (Ind) Pvt. Ltd. Pp. 727-31, 2014 [ISBN (13) 978-93-392-1970-3, (10) 93-392-1970-8]
  20. Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Virus Co-infection among Human Immunodefi ciency Virus Infected Patients of Tripura, Pradip Bhaumik1, Prasun Bhattacharjee, Samir Kumar Sil International Journal of Scientific Study | September , 3 (6), 77-80, 2015
  21. Anthropometric Assessment of Nutritional Status of Adolescents in Rural School of Unokoti District of Tripura, North-East India MJ Uddin, SK Nag, SK Sil, ANTHROPOLOGIST 19 (1), 277-284, 2015
  22. Prevalence of hypertension among boys (6-18 years) belonging to Tripuri tribal of Tripura. Roy Sarkar S, Sil S K, Int J Sci Res, 4, 14-16, 2015.
  23. Body Physique in Bengali adolescent boys from West Tripura District, Tripura, India, Roy Sarkar S, Sil S K, Int J Bioassays, 4, 3684-88, 2015
  24. Prevalence of thinness among rural adolescent Bengali school girls of North Tripura., Saha S, Sil S K, Int J Sci Appl Res, 2, 56-58, 2015.
  25. Host based specialization in Aphis gossypii glover, evidenced from DNA barcode studies from Tripura, North-East India., Ray Choudhury P, Basak S, Sil S K, J Appl Biosci, 41, 12-18, 2015.
  26. Nutritional status of the rural Bengali adolescent boys of Tripura. Sarkar SR, Sil SK. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. DOI: 10.1007/s12098-015-1856-6, 2015.
  27. Changing Trends of Candida Isolates and their Antifungal Susceptibility Pattern in Vulvovaginal Candidiasis Cases of Tripura, North East India. Mullick JB, Majumdar T, Ray J, Sil SK. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.; 4 (94): 15918-22, 2015.
  28. Studies on ns5 18s rDNA based molecular phylogenetic analysis and antibacterial properties of Eutyphoeus gammiei, an earthworm species endemic to north east India. Debnath Madhusudan, Parichita Roy choudhury and Samir Kumar Sil, World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, 5(2), 1357-1364, 2016.
  29. Antibacterial activity of Parkia javanika : Studies on MIC,MBC,Growth curve Analysis and ROS Generation on Four Vibrio cholarae strains.,Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci,5(8):538-544, 2016
  30. Antibacterial Activity of Evolvulus nummularius Against Standard ATCC Gram Positive and Gram Negative Strains: Studies on MIC, MBC, Growth curve Analysis and ROS generation. International journal of Pure and Applied Bioscience, 4(4),205-211, 2016
  31. Studies on nutritional status in rural Tripuri tribal adolescent boys of Tripura on the basis of Mid-upper arm circumference and BMI. Sarkar SR, Sil SK. In: Sen J, Mondal N editor. Nutrition and Health Among Tribal Populations of India:A Bio-cultural Approach. 2016
  32. Ladybird Larvae, Coelophora bisselata Mulsant (Coleoptera: Coccinelladae) as a source of fibrinolytic enzyme. Roy Choudhury P, Saha S, Sil SK. Asian journal of Biological and Lif Sciences, (5): 131-134, 2016
  33. Determination of Virulence Factors and Biofilm Formation Among Isolates of Vulvovaginal Candidiasis Majumdar T, Mullick JB, Bir R, Roy J, Sil SK. Journal of Medical Science 2: 53-58, 2016
  34. Increased ROS Generation: Implication in Antibacterial Activity of Evolvulus nummularius against multidrug resistant Gram Negative Bacteria strains, Saha S, Das A, Debnath A, Begam S, Sen S, Majumder S, Sil SK, International journal of current microbiology and applied sciences, 6(1): 100-107, 2017
  35. A study on various Neisseria gonorrhoeae phenotypes circulating in Tripura, Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology, Majumdar T, Mullick JB, Bir R, Hore S, Sil SK., Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprology, 83: 499-501, 2017
  36. In-vitro wound healing activity of Parkia javanica on human keratinocyte (HaCat) cell line.Susmita Saha, Manikarna Dinda, Parimal Karmakar and Samir Kumar Sil. 2017. Trends in frontal areas of plant science research. Narosa publishing house: 289-293.
  37. Nutrient content of native earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei (beddard) of Tripura (India). Debnath Madhusudan , Chaudhuri Priyasankar, Chakraborty Pradosh Prasad and Sil Samir Kumar : Int J Pharm Sci Res 2017; 8(11): 4832-38.doi: 10.13040/IJPSR.0975-8232.8(11).4832-38.
  38. Antibacterial activities of Parkia javanica extract against multidrug resistant gram negative bacteria predominantly found in skin wound. S Saha, P Karmakar and S K Sil. 2018. Int J Pharm Bio Sci. 8(1): 96-102
  39. Reactive Oxygen Species as possible mediator of antimicrobial activity of Parkia javanica, against bacterial species predominantly found in chronic wound. Sil Samir Kumar, Saha Susmita and Karmakar Parimal. 2018. J Drug Delv. Therap. 8(1):43-47
  40. Immunomodulatory effect of Parkia javanica extract on intracellular expression of IL-6, IL-8, IL-12 and TNF-α. Saha S, Dinda M, Karmakar P and Sil S K. 2018. J Drug Delv. Therap. 8(3):58-63, 2018.
  41. In vitro toxicity studies on the extract of medicinal plant Evolvulus Nummularius as a potent microbicidal candidate. Basu Mullick Jhinuk, Reddy KVR, Saha Susmita, Bashir Tahir, Hore Samrat, Sil Samir Kumar. J Drug Delv. Therap. 8(4):229-236
  42. Chloroform fraction of Parkia javanica bark is the most potent solvent fraction regarding antibacterial activity against standard bacterial species commonly found is skin wound. Saha S, karmakar P and Sil S K. 2018. Int. J Pharm Bio Sci. 8(3): 641-647
  43. Chloroform fraction of Parkia javanica bark possesses antibacterial activity against multidrug resistant gram negative bacteria predominantly found in skin wound. Saha S, karmakar P and Sil S K. 2018. J Drug Delv. Therap. 8(5): xx-xx. (Accepted)
  44. A comparative study on ethno medicinal and nutraceutical potentials of the leaves of three species of genus Ipomea from Tripura, NE-India. Md. Jashim Uddin, Prasenjit Patari, Samir Kumar Nag and Samir Kumar Sil. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry; 7(1): 2073-2082, 2018.
  45. Activity of the medicinal plant Parkia javanica against multidrug resistant Neisseria gonorrhoea and other clinical isolates. Jhinuk Basu Mallick, Tapan Majumdar, Kudumula Venkata Rami Raddy, Sumita Mukherjee and Samir Kumar Sil. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 12(9):83-86. 2019. DOI: 10.22159/ajpcr.2019.v12i9.33654
  46. Anti-platelet aggregation assay of homogenate of eutyphoeus gammiei- a native earthworm of Tripura, north-east India, Debnath Madhusudan, Shrimati Dharmapal Shetty, Sil Samir Kumar. Int. J. Life Sc. Pharma Res. 8(3) : 17-23, 2018 http://dx.doi.org/10.22376/ijpbs/lpr.2018.8.3.P17-23
  47. Wound healing promoting activity of Earthworm, Eutyphoeus gammiei (Beddard): in vitro studies on human skin keratinocyte cell line (HaCat). JDDT 8(6):155-8. 2018. http://jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/2036
  48. First report on fibrinolytic and thrombolytic activity of eutyphoeus gammiei an earthworm species collected from tripura, northeast India, Madhusudan Debnath, Susmita Saha, Samir Kumar Sil. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 11, (11), 2018, pp. 236-40, doi:10.22159/ajpcr.2018.v11i11.27739.
  49. Anti-inflammatory effect of extract of earthworm – Eutyphoeus gammiei, from Tripura, northeast India, Debnath M, Ghosh R, Bhattacharjee D, Bhattacharjee S, Sil S K, IJPBS 8 (2): 622-627, 2018.
  50. First Report on Frequency of Sexually transmitted infections in Tripura , North East India-teritary Referred Center Study. Jhinuk Basu Mulick, Tapan Majumdar, Joyanta Roy, Shyamal Kanti Chakraborty, Sanjib Debnath, Somrat Hore and Samir Kumar Sil. Journal of Evaluation of Medicinal and Dental Sciences, 8(27): 2019
  51. A Comparative Study on Fat Pattern between Tribal and Non-tribal Girls of Tripura, North-East India, Shilpi Saha & Samir Kumar Sil, Indian J Pediatr. 86(6): 508–514.2019.
  52. Cellular Basis of Wound Healing Activity of Parkia javanica (LAMK) MERR: Invitro and Invivo Studies. Proceedings of International Conference on Wound Care, Tissue Repair & Regenerative Medicine. Feb 25-26, Prague, CHECKSLOVAKIA. 2019

Research publications (Books/ Chapters):

  1. Sarkar SR, Sil SK. Somatotype of Tripura Tribal adolescent Boys (aged 8 to 16 years) of Tripura, North-east India. In: Chakraborty D, editor. User Centered Design and Occupational wellbeing. 1st ed. New Delhi. McGraw Hill Education (Ind) Pvt. Ltd. Pp. 727-31, 2014 [ISBN (13) 978-93-392-1970-3, (10) 93-392-1970-8]
  2. Sarkar SR, Sil SK. Studies on nutritional status in rural Tripuri tribal adolescent boys of Tripura on the basis of Mid-upper arm circumference and BMI. In: Sen J, Mondal N editor. Nutrition and Health Among Tribal Populations of India:A Bio-cultural Approach. 2016. In press.

Abstracts:

  1. Restriction endonuclease anlysis of DNA from different Human Isolates of Giardia lamblia . P.Das., A. Sil, S. Sil, and D.J. Chattopadhyay. 59th Annual general meeting , SBC(I), 27th –29th December, 1990.
  2. 'Prevalence of HBE in two major tribal populations of Tripura' Samir K. Sil. Annual meeting of Indian Society of Human genetics, 2000.
  3. Bioactive compounds from some Indian medicinal plants B. Dinda, S. k.Sil, R. Saha, U.C.De, B. Mohanta and H. K. Majumder National Symposium on Impact of chemistry on life and society October 1-3, 2004.
  4. Bioactive compounds from some Indian medicinal plants. B. Dinda, S. Sil, R. Saha, U. C. De, B. Mohanta and H.K. Majumder, In: Proc. National symposium on impact of chemistry on life and society, Tripura university, India: 74. . 2004.
  5. Anti-neoplastic activity of Parkia javanica, an indigenous medicinal plant of Tripura. Rupanjali Saha, Jayati Mookerjee Basu, Ananda Mookerjee, Bikas Mohanta, Soumitra Chaudhuri, Shyamal Ray, Sibsankar Roy , Biswanath Dinda and Samir Kumar Sil. In: Proc. Ninety fifth session of the Indian Science Congress, part II, section of medical sciences (including physiology). Visakhapatnam, India: 66- 67, 2008.
  6. First report on prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in the state of Tripura: a tertiary hospital based study. 102nd Indian Science Congress Conference. Mullick JB, Majumdar T, Sil SK. 102nd Indian Science Congress Conference. 2015
  7. (Conference paper) Diversity profile and antifungal resistance pattern of Candida species isolated from hospital patients of Tripura with vulvovaginal candidiasis. Mullick JB, Majumdar T, Sil SK. , National Seminar on Biodiversity for Sustainable Development. 25- 26th May 2015.
  8. Antibacterial and in-vitro wound healing activities of Parkia javanica, a medicinal plant of north-east India. Susmita Saha, Manikarna Dinda, Jhinuk Basu Mullick, Parimal Karmakar and Samir Kumar Sil.  103rd Indian Science Congress, Mysuru, 3-7 January, 2016
  9. In-vitro wound healing activities of Parkia javanica on GM00637 Human fibroblast Cell Line. Susmita Saha, Manikarna Dinda, Parimal Karmakar and Samir Kumar Sil. National Seminar, Recent Trends In Plant Science Research, Department of Botany, Tripura University, 15-16 March, 2016
  10. Implication of PI3K/Akt pathway in wound healing activity of Parkia javanica:in vitro studies on GM00637 Human fibroblast cell line. Susmita Saha and Samir Kumar Sil. National Seminar, Perspective of Phytoresource and Its Sustainable Utilization, Department of Botany, Tripura University, 9th -10th March, 2017
  11. Induction of IL-1β, IL-6, IL-8 and TNF-α by Parkia javanica: interleukins essential for inflammatory phase of Wound Healing. Susmita Saha and Samir Kumar Sil. National Seminar, Recent Trends In Biodiversity Conservation and Bioresource Utilization. Department of Botany, Women’s college, 8-9th September, 2017

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Refresher/Orientations etc. Participated:

  1. Production of Monoclonal antibodies against surface LPS of Halicobacter jejuni ; January - June ( 6 months) 1991; National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases. Calcutta.
  2. UGC sponsored 16th Academic Staff Orientation Programme Dec.20-Jan18,1996. Academic Staff College, University of Calcutta.
  3. Recent techniques in clinical cytogenetics and Molecular Human Genetics.Sept.16-Oct.3, 1996. ORGANIZED BY Dept of Genetics, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Sponsor : DBT, Govt. of India.
  4. Winter school on ‘Human Genetics: Concepts, Paradigms and Methods’. 10-30 Jan.1998, IICB, Calcutta, Sponsor: DBT , Govt. of India.
  5. 4th international symposium on genetics, health and Diseases, 1-4 December, 1998 Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
  6. Interative Meet on Genomics Research in the New Millennium, 23-25 Feb. 2000 Centre for Biochemical Technology, Delhi.
  7. Refresher course in Genetics and Evoluton.10-22 Sept.2001 University of Mysore, Sponsor: Indian Academy of Science.
  8. Workshop-cum Training programme on Statistical Methods and Computer Programming 18 – 22 March, 2002, Indian Statistical Institute , Kolkata
  9. REFRESHER COURSE IN LIFE SCIENCE, 12 Jan-01 Feb. 2003. OGANIZED BY School of life science, Siksha-Bhawan, VISVA-BHARATI, SANTINIKETAN. Sponsor: University Grants Commission.
  10. Workshop on Genetic Epidemiological Methods for Dissection of Complex Human Traits, June 2 – 11, 2003, organized by TCG-ISI center for population genomics, Kokata and University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, U.S.A.
  11. Seminar on Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Enviromental resources. 10-11 January, 2004.
  12. National symposium on Impact of Chemistry and society October 1-3 , 2004.
  13. International conference on ‘promotion and development of Botanicals with International coordination: exploring quality, safety, efficacy and regulations. February 25-26,2005, Kolkata , India.
  14. 6th International Summer school on Immunology and Immunogenetics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, Nov 16-19, 2009
  15. 15. Internationational Conference on ‘Emerging Areas of Chemistry’, January 12 – 14, Organized by Department of Chemistry, Tripura University, 2011.
  16. HFT LIVERCON 2011, National Conference, 23-24 April, at Agartala Govt. Medical College, Organized by Hepatitis Foundation of Tripura, 2011.
  17. UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Emerging Areas of Physical Education and sports Science’, 25 June, Organized by Department of Physiscal Education and sports Science, Women’s College, Agartala, 2011.
  18. ‘Soft computing in BioInformatics’ Two weeks staff development programme, Sponsored by AICTE, 11-21July, organized by Computer Science and Engg. Department, Tripura Institute of Technology, 2011
  19. 1st Annual International Conference on Advanced Research Physiology, 21-22 July, Singapore, organized by Global Science and Technology Forum Ltd. 2014.
  20. Indian Science Congress for 101st session, Jammu, 2014.
  21. Indian Science Congress for 103nd session, Mysore, 2016.
  22. Invited Speaker: Induction Training of Faculty Development Programme, held at Tripura University, September 04 to October 03, 2018
  23. Invited Speaker: 21 Days Refresher Course, held at Tripura University, 08 January to 28 January, 2019
  24. Invited Speakers resource person: PMMMNMTT, held at Tripura University, 11 February  to 24 February, 2020

Membership/Positions in Learned Academic Bodies/Organizations:

MEMBERSHIP:

American Physiological Society (APS) 
Indian Science Congress
Indian Society of Human Genetics
Physiological Society of India

Positions in Learned Academic Bodies/Organizations:

Coordinator of SET examination, Tripura State, under SLET commission, Assam
Chairman, Human Ethics committee, Agartala Govt. Medical College and G B P Hospital, Agartala
Governing Body member, Tripura Institute of Paramedical sciences, Hapania, Agartala
Chairman, National and International Memorandum of Understanding committee, Tripura University
Chairman, Research & Innovation committee, Tripura University
Former Head, Department of Human Physiology, Tripura University
Head, Department of Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics. Tripura University
Expert external member, Medical Research Unit, Agartala Govt. Medical College, Tripura
Chairman, Human Ethics committee, Tripura University
Board of Post Graduate Studies member – Department of Human physiology
Board of Post Graduate Studies member – Department of Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics
Board of Post Graduate Studies member – Department of Botany
Board of Post Graduate Studies member – Department of Zoology
Board of Post Graduate Studies member – Department of Pharmacy
Former Chairman - Board of Under Graduate Studies member, Human Physiology, Tripura University
Member, Board of Faculty of Sciences, Tripura University.

Research projects:

As PI

Title of the Project Sponsored By Amount Duration
Molecular studies of some genetic diseases in Tripura Department of Biotechnology ( DBT), Govt. of India. Rs. 6.0 lacs Two years (1998-2000)
Genomic mapping of some ethnic populations of Tripura Department of Biotechnology ( DBT), Govt. of India. Rs. 19.56 Lacs Three years ( 2005 – 2008)
Molecular epidemiology of HPV and cervical cancer in Tripura: genetic variations and influencing HPV persistence and disease development BT/247/NE/TBP/2011 DBT New Delhi 1.07 Crore May 2012-2013
Molecular studies on thyroid peroxidase gene polymorphism related to hypothyroidism on the population of Tripura ICMR, New Delhi 12.0 Lacs 2013-2016
Molecular and cellular studies on normal and diabetic wound healing activities of Parkia javanica, a medicinal plants of Tripura, north east India BT/468/NE/TBP/2013 DBT New Delhi 63.36 lakhs 2014-2017
Development of polyherbal based function biopolymer hydrogel for delivery of novel healing agents in excision and burn wound.Sanction Order No.: BT/PR25380/NER/95/1168/2017 DBT, Govt of India 73.0 lakhs 2018-2021

As Co PI

Nutritional and cardio-respiratory status of tribal children of Tripura No.5/9/1024/2011-RNH UGC 11.89 Lacs March, 2012
Molecular epidemiology of Hepatitis B virus infection in Tripura’ (No. 5/8/7/19-2006-ECD-I) ICMR, New Delhi 70.0 Lacs 2010-2013
‘Molecular epidemiology of Hepatitis B virus infection in Tripura’ (No. 5/8/7/19-2006-ECD-I) ICMR, New Delhi 70.00 2010-2013

Foreign Instrument Procured

1 DNA Electrophoresis System Pec Lab, Germany 2.0 lac
2 Cold Centrifuge table top Eppendorf, Germany 4.5 lacs
3 cold microcentrifuge Eppendorf, Germany 3.5 lacs
4 Gel Documentation System Made in England 4.8 lacs
5 Real Time PCR Invitrogen, USA 9.0 lacs
6 Nano drop spectrophotometer Eppendorf, Germany 5.5lacs
7 Micro centrifuge Eppendorf, Germany 2 lacs
8 Biosafety cabinet Esco, Singapore 4.5 lacs
9 -80 fridge Esco, Singapore 4.8 lacs
10 -20 Fridge Vestafrost 1.2 lacs
11 PCR Applied Biosystem 2.5 lacs
12 PCR, verity Applied Biosystem 3.8 lacs
13 CO2 incubator Esco, Singapore 4.0 lacs
14 Inverted microscope Divinter 2.3 lacs
15 PCR station ESCO, Singapore 3.5 lacs
16 Weighing balance Metler 2.0 lacs
16 Animal cell culture facility    

Research Supervisions (Scholar's Name, Topic and Status):

Candidates name Title of the Thesis Status
Rupanjali Saha Studies on Bioactivities of Parkia javanica (Lamk.) Merr. And Evolvulus nummularius(L.)L.: Two medicinal Plants of Tripura Awarded
Pradip Bhawmik Molecular epidemiology of Hepatitis B virus in Tripura Awarded
Sandip Roy Sarkar Somatotype and Nutritional Status of the Tripuri Tribal and the Bengali Adolescent Boys (Age 8-16 years) of Tripura with reference to their Physical growth Awarded
Jhinuk Basu Mallick Incidence of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in hospital patients of Tripura and evaluation of selected STI related antibacterial activity of Parkia javanica and Evolvulus nummularius with reference to their role in cellular immune responses in vitro. Awarded
Madhusudan Debnath Nutritional values, medicinal properties and molecular characterization of endemic earthworm Eutyphoeus gammiei of Tripura, India. Awarded
Shilpi Saha Studies on physical growth, nutritional status and maturation of the Chakma and the Bengali girls (aged 6-18 years) of Tripura and their comparative analysis Awarded
Susmita Saha Molecular and cellular studies on wound healing activities of Parkia javanica, a medicinal plant of Tripura, North-East India Awarded
Partha Saha Molecular and cellular studies on anti colon cancer activities of Parkia javanica(Lamk.)merr., a medicinal plant of Tripura, North-East India Registered
Rajat Subhra Das Variation in Vit D binding protein and Vit D receptor genotypes in relation to bone mineral density among young obese women of two ethnically different tribal communities of Tripura (Tripuri and Malsum) Registered

Honour/Award/Recognitions:

  1. First class third position in M.Sc. Exam., Calcutta University,1988
  2. CSIR/UGC JRF ( NET) fellowship award 1989
  3. Subha Mukherjee Oration award in XX Annual conference of Physiological society of India, 14th Dec, 2008
  4. DST/FIST Visiting Teacher Fellowship Award(Govt. of India), 2009
  5. ICMR Young BioMedical Scientist Overseas Fellowship Award, 2010 (Visited Department of Tropical Medicine, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA)
  6. 6. Representation and paper presentation International Conference on Advanced Research Physiology, 21-22 July 2014, Singapore.
  7. Visiting Overseas Faculty Kansas state University, Kansas, USA, 2014-15.
  8. Elected as Recorder of the section of Medical Sciences (including Physiology) of Indian Science Congress for 102nd session, 2015.
  9. Elected as Recorder of the section of Medical Sciences (including Physiology) of Indian Science Congress for 103nd session, Mysore, 2016.
  10. Coordinator of SET examination, Tripura, under SLET commission, Assam.
  11. Chairman, Human Ethics committee, Agartla Govt. Medical College and G B P Hospital, Agartala.
  12. Governing Body member, Tripura Institute of Paramedical sciences, Hapania, Agartala
  13. Chairman, National and International Memorandum of Understanding committee, Tripura University
  14. Chairman, Research & Innovation committee, Tripura University
  15. Former Head, Department of Human Physiology, Tripura University
  16. Head, Department of Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics. Tripura University.
  17. Expert external member, Medical Research Unit, Agartala Govt. Medical College, Tripura
  18. Chairman, Human Ethics committee, Tripura University
  19. Invited Paper presentation International Conference on Advanced Research Physiology, 21-22 July 2014, Singapore
  20. Invited Speaker: Induction Training of Faculty Development Programme, held at Tripura University, September 04 to October 03, 2018
  21. Invited Speaker: 21 Days Refresher Course, held at Tripura University, 08 January to 28 January, 2019.
  22. Invited Speakeras resource person: PMMMNMTT, held at Tripura University, 11 February  to 24 February, 2020

Other Information (if any):

Production of Monoclonal antibodies:

Monoclonal Antibody was produced  against surface LPS of Halicobacter jejuni  under the guidance of Dr G. B. Nair, at National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases, Kolkata.

 

Patent:

Ref. no.

Application no.

Date

Title

E-101/10027/2016-kol

201631013452

18.04.16

Process of obtaining active compound from Parkia javanica for wound healing, antibacterial and anticancer activity

Ph.D. Thesis examiner:

University of Calcutta,
Jadavpur University,
Kalyani University
Assam University,
Vidyasagar University,
West Bengal University of Health Sciences.

Organizing Secretary:

  1. Organizing Secretary, XX Annual conference of Physiologiacal society of India14th Dec., 2008
  2. Organizing Secretary, Workshop on introductory Statistical Analysis of Biological data 23-27 Feb, 2009
  3. Organizing Secretary, Organizing secretary, Human Genetics-Techniques and Statistical analysis, 25-28 Nov. 2013.
  4. Organizing Secretary, Organizing Secretary, North East Regional Workshop on Genetic analysis of complex traits, Feb 27-28, 2018
  5. Organizing Secretary, North East winter school on Genetic analysis of complex traits. Organized at Tripura University. 27th -28th February, 2018
  6. Organizing Secretary, Understanding Human Disease and Improving Human Health Using Genomics-Driven Approaches, organized at Tripura University in collaboration with National Institute of Biomedical Genomics (NIBMG). March 10 – 15, 2019.

 

 

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