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Education & Academic Qualifications:

  • B.V.Sc and A.H from Bangalore veterinary college, Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Bidar, Karnataka in 2011 with OGPA of 8.19/10.
  • M.V.Sc (Veterinary parasitology) with minor subjects, Gerenal Immunology, Clinical Immunology from ICAR -Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh in 2013 with OGPA 8.31/10 (Topper in the batch).
  • PhD in Veterinary Parasitology with minor subjects Animal Biotechnology, Animal Biochemistry from ICAR -IVRI, Izatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh with OGPA 8.37/10.
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Development (PGDRD) from Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi.


Brief Profile:

Graduated in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry in 2011 from Bangalore veterinary college, KVAFSU, Bidar, Karnataka. Secured 19th rank in All India Entrance Examination (AIEEA) conducted by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and elected Veterinary Parasitology in ICAR-IVRI in post graduation. Completed post-graduation in 2013 with MERITORIOUS certificate for the 1st rank in the discipline. He secured 2nd rank in IVRI entrance examination for PhD admission and completed PhD in Veterinary Parasitology with minor subjects Animal Biotechnology, Animal Biochemistry as DST-Inspire SRF.

He has eight years of experience in research area especially in molecular aspects related to various types of PCR including RACE-PCR, In-vitro gene silencing (RNA interference technique) in ticks, Identification & characterization of vaccine candidates through bioinformatics tools & experiments, Protein characterization,  Immunodiagnostics,  Vaccines development including  Large and small animal experiments.


His keen areas of interest are:
 

  • Ticks and its associated disease of medical and veterinary importance.
  • Molecular diagnosis of human and animal pathogens (Zoonoses).
  • Bio-medical research on laboratory animals.
  • Development of immunodiagnostics and vaccines.
  • RNA interference, In-silico analysis of molecule 


Academic Awards / Fellowships:
 

  1. Awarded oral presentation (first) in 29th National Conference of veterinary Parasitology and National symposium on challenges, opportunities and innovations in controlling parasitic diseases of livestock and poultry with changing environment for presentation on Molecular analysis of orientia tsutsugamushi, the agent of scrub typhus from outbreak regions of Madhya Pradesh in session V: Parasitic diseases of wild animals and of zoonotic and public health significance which is held between 5th to 7th February 2020 at Jabalpur Veterinary college, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
  2. Awarded best poster award (Second Prize) in 9th International Conference of LASA India on “Laboratory Animals in Biomedical Research- The way forward” for presentation on ‘Establishment of wild rodents colony and their health monitoring- A Translational model for zoonotic diseases’ which is held between 22-23 November 2019 at IISER, Pune India
  3. Participated in Hindi pakhwara program conducted by ICMR-NIRTH and secure satisfactory award on 13/09/2019.
  4. Awarded best poster award (First Prize) in 14th International Conference on Vector and vector borne diseases for presentation on ‘’Multi-antigenic vaccine against Hyalomma anatolicum- A vector of Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic fever’ which is held between 9th-11th January 2019 at Bhubaneswar, India.
  5. Department of Science & Technology - INSPIRE SRF award- 2016 from Government of India, Ministry of Science & Technology for Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Parasitology.
  6. J. P. Dubey Young Scientist Award from Indian Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (IAAVP)-2017 for presentation on  '' Identification and validation of vaccine candidates from Hyalomma anatolicum and evaluation of their cross-protective efficacy against challenge infestation with Rhipicephalus microplus on calves''
  7. Dr. V. S. Alwar memorial award from IAAVP-2016 for best article on ''Molecular characterization of Ag2 gene of Taenia solium Bareilly isolate''. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology.
  8. Best oral Award from IAAVP-2016 for presentation on "A recombinant Ag1V1 protein based ELISA for sero-diagnosis of Taenia solium cysticercosis in pigs.
  9. Best poster award-2015 from National workshop on Vaccine, IVRI for presentation on '' Is adjuvant playing key role in increasing the efficiency of anti-tick vaccine?''
  10. Best Paper Award-2015 from Nexus academic publishers for article on ''Bacteriophages: Effective Alternative to Antibiotics''.
  11. Best Paper Award-2015 from Nexus academic publishers for article on '' Dietary Essentiality I: Coenzyme Q10 Conditionally Essential-Review''.
  12. Best poster award from IAAVP -2014 for presentation on '' A report of three clinical cases of coenurosis in goats''.
  13. ICAR-SRF, 2014 from Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
  14. DST-INSPIRE JRF award-2013 from Government of India, Ministry of Science & Technology, Dept of Science and Technology.
  15. ICAR- JRF, 2011 from Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
  16. Merit Scholarship 2008-09 from Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University (KVAFSU), Bidar.  


Academic Recognitions:
 

  1. Invited Speaker in National Symposium on ‘Dendritic Cells based Immunotherapy: A Harnessing Immune Responses’ in ADINA Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sagar, (M.P.) on 10th March 2018. 
  2. Invited as a resource scientist in XXII National Training Programme on “A short course on diagnostic methods and control of emerging parasitic diseases” at Centre of advance faculty training in Parasitology, KVAFSU, Regional campus Hebbal, Bangalore on 24th January 2019.
  3. Invited as a resource scientist in ‘Recapitulation of omics technologies having field applicability in the veterinary and animal sciences for doubling the income from dairy & poultry entrepreneurship’ at MAFSU, Nagpur on 9th May 2019.
  4. Invited as a resource scientist in ‘Recent trends in molecular diagnosis of microbial pathogens associated with livestock & poultry’ ICAR Souvenir summer school at Dept of Veterinary Microbiology, NDVASU, Jabalpur on 4th September 2019.
  5. Invited as a resource scientist in Five Days Vocational Training on “New Approaches and OMICS Tools for Identification and Control of Ticks and Tick-Borne Disease” from 18th to 22nd, November 2019 at College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh. 


Membership of Bodies:
 

  • Founder member of International Academy of Bioscience (IAB)- IAB-2015, FM-14, Dated 6, July 2016.
  • Karnataka Veterinary Council (Reg. No.- 4501), 26/08/2011.
  • Veterinary Council of India (Reg. No. – 4654), 20/05/2013.
  • Life member of Indian Association for the advancement of Veterinary Parasitology Membership no – 639,  2013.
  • Laboratory Animal Science Association of India, Life membership No. L-720.
  • Life member of the National Academy of Vector-Borne Diseases. Life Membership No- 432 from 10/01/2019.
  • Life member of epidemiology foundation of India,  membership No 00465.
  • Laboratory Animal Scientists' Association (LASA), Life membership No. 745.


Paper Reviewer (Name of Journal):
 

  1. International Journal of Livestock Research
  2. Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health
  3. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  4. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science (JTIS)
  5. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology
  6. Journal of Vector-Borne Diseases 


Training attended:
 

  1. Basic course on use of bioinformatics tools in veterinary science research-2014, IVRI, Izatnagar.
  2. Management and control of parasitic diseases of domestic animals -2014, IVRI, Izatnagar.
  3. Generation and transfer of livestock technologies: issues and strategies-2014, IVRI, Izatnagar.
  4. Culture of responsibility, pathogen inventory management and fundamentals of working with biosafety cabinets-2015, NISHAD, Bhopal.
  5. Influenza : Risk factors, massive impact and uncertain future-2015, IVRI, Izatnagar.
  6. Workshop on Care, Management and Experimentation of laboratory animals from 15 to 19, May, 2017, NIV-Pune.
  7. Ad-hoc training on current regulations, handling, breeding, maintenance and techniques in laboratory animal experiments from June 15 to June 30, 2017 at ICMR-NIN, NCLAS, Hyderabad.
  8. Participated in Induction programme for ICMR scientists on Research methods and Research administration from 10-14 July, 2017, NIE- Chennai.
  9. Participated in International workshop on Experimental Design for laboratory animals from NC3Rs in New Delhi, November 2017.
  10. Participated in international pre-conference workshop based on a topic “Establishing Indian College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ICLAM): A Specialty Program of LASA India” and workshop- II will be on “Critical Factors affecting cage Processing and Lab Animal Hygiene" on 21st November 2019 at IISER, Pune India. 


List of Publications National / International Journals:

  1. Manjunathachar HV, Sudhakar NR, Verma R. Pruritic dermatitis in two stray pups due to mixed Demodex and Sarcoptes mite infestations. 2020.  International Journal of Tropical Insect Science. Mar 12:1-3. 
  2. Manjunathachar HV, Barde  PV, Raut CG, Tiwari P,  Chouksey V,  Gowda K,  Kumar R and Das A. 2019. Determination of cut-off of diagnostic ELISA for Scrub typhus in endemic setup: Central India. Journal of vector-borne diseases. Accepted.
  3. Lingaraju, B., Tripathi, H., & Manjunathachar, H. V. (2019). Block the Bite by Mosquito Net: Farmer's Innovation in Protecting the Livestock. International Journal of Livestock Research, 9(7), 267-271. doi: 10.5455 /ijlr.20171228094805.
  4. Manjunathachar HV, Kumar B, Saravanan BC, Choudhary S,  Mohanty AK, Nagar G, Chigure G, Ravi Kumar G, de la Fuente and Ghosh. 2018. Identification and characterization of vaccine candidates against Hyalomma anatolicum—Vector of Crimean‐Congo haemorrhagic fever virus. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. 2018; 00:1–13. https://doi.org/10.1111/tbed.13038 (IF- 3.5).
  5. Mohmad A, Chandra D, Saravanan BC, Manjunathchar HV,  Fular A, Chigure G, Kaur N, Ghosh S. Development of a recombinant TaSP-based Dot-ELISA for detection of Theileria annulata infection in cattle. Ticks and tick-borne diseases. 2018 Sep 1;9 (6):1416-20.
  6. Verma R, Das G, Manjunathachar HV and Muwel N. 2018. Advances in Diagnostics of Parasitic Diseases: Current Trends and Future Prospects. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 7(7): 3261-3277. https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.707.380.
  7. Manjunathachar H V, Saravanan B C, Binod Kumar, Tamilmahan P, Sharma A K, Shinde S, Nandi A,Nagar G, Chigure G, Mohmad A, Fular A, Kumar S and Ghosh S. 2017. Expression and determination of immunization dose of recombinant tropomyosin protein of Hyalomma anatolicum for the development of anti-tick vaccine. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 87 (3): 275–279. (NAAS rating- 6.17, IF-0.18).
  8. Binodkumar, Manjunathachar HV, Nagar G, Ravikumar G, José de la Fuente, Saravanan BC and Ghosh S. 2017. Functional characterization of candidate antigens of Hyalomma anatolicum and evaluation of its cross-protective efficacy against Rhipicephalus microplus. Vaccine, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2017.08.049. (NAAS rating- 9.41, IF-3.23).
  9. Ghosh, S., Gupta, S., Kumar, K.A., Sharma, A.K., Kumar, S., Nagar, G., Kumar, R., Paul, S., Fular, A., Chigure, G. Nandi, A and HV Manjunathachar. 2017. Characterization and establishment of a reference deltamethrin and cypermethrin resistant tick line (IVRI-IV) of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology. DOI: 10.1016/j.pestbp.2017.03.002 (NAAS rating- 8.39, IF-2.59).
  10. Aravind M, Saravanan BC, Manjunathachar HV, Sankar M, Saravanan R, Prasad A, Milton AAP and Bhuvana Priya G. 2017. Molecular expression and characterization of GCP7 gene of Haemonchus contortus. The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 87(11).
  11. Joshi, C., Saravanan, B. C., Manjunathachar HV., Sankar, M., Saravanan, R., Gautam, S. and Tewari, A. K. (2016). Molecular expression and characterization of Taenia solium TS14 gene for sensitive detection of porcine cysticercosis. The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 86(6).
  12. Tamilmahan P, Maiti SK, Palakara S., Rashmi P, Singh N. Kumar, Manjunthachar HV and Plank C. 2016. Culture, Characterization and Differentiation Potential of Rat Bone Marrow derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells. Journal of Stem cell research & Therapeutics,1 (5), 2016.
  13. Nagar, G., Sharma, A.K., Chigure, G., Manjunathachar HV., Saravanan, B.C., Rai, A. and Ghosh, S. 2016. Identification of mutations in Acetylcholinesterase 2 gene of acaricide resistant isolates of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, Vol. 5 (5), 3440 – 3447.(NAAS rating- 3.98).
  14. BinodKumar, Manjunathachar HV and Ghosh S. 2015. Identification of Cathepsin-L gene from Hyalomma anatolicum and its comparative sequence analysis with Rhipicephalus microplus and other hard ticks. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology. 29 (1), 10-19.
  15. Gopi M, DhineshKumar R, Elaiyaraja G, Karthik K, Manjunathachar HV, Gautham K, Jaydip R and Purushothaman MR. 2015.  Dietary Essentiality I: Coenzyme Q10 Conditionally Essential-Review. Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 10 (9): 461-475.
  16. Saravanan BC, Manjunathachar HV, Tewari AK, Gupta SC, Karthik K, Tamilmahan P and Sudhakar NR. 2014.  Prevalence of porcine cysticercosis in Bareilly, Northern India. Veterinary World. 7(5): 281-283. (NAAS rating- 5.71). 
  17. Manjunathachar HV, Saravanan BC, Kesavan M, Karthik K, Rathod PK, Gopi M, Tamilmahan P, Balaraju BL. 2014. Economic importance of ticks and their effective control strategies. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease. 4(2): 770-779. 
  18. Karthik K, Rathore R, Thomas P, Arun TR, Viswas KN, Agarwal RK, Manjunathachar HV and Dhama K. 2014. Loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) test for specific and rapid detection of Brucella abortus in cattle. Veterinary Quarterly, 34(4): 174-179. (NAAS rating- 7.05, IF-1.19). 
  19. Karthik K, Muneeswaran NS, Manjunathachar HV, Gopi M, Elamurugan A, Kalaiyarasu S. 2014. Bacteriophages: Effective Alternative to Antibiotics. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. 2 (3S): 1 – 7. (NAAS rating- 4.04). 
  20. Gopi M, Karthik K, Manjunathachar HV, Tamilmahan P, Kesavan M, Dashprakash M, Balaraju BL, Purushothaman MR. 2013. Essential Oils as a Feed Additive in Poultry Nutrition. Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences.2 (1): 1 – 7. (NAAS rating- 4.04). 
  21. Manjunathachar HV, Saravanan BC, Tewari AK, Sankar M, Raina OK, Gupta SC, Balaraju BL and Kesavan M. 2013.  Molecular characterization of Ag2 gene of Taenia solium Bareilly isolate. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology. 27(2) 10-104.
  22. Rathod PK, Hiremath S, Manjunathachar HV, Balaraj BL and Bangar Y. 2014. Adoption status of livestock innovations and factors affecting their adoption in bidar district of Karnataka.  The Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians. 9(4) : 62-65.
  23. Mohsina A, Tamilmahan P, Mathew DD, Remya V, Ravindran NA, Kumar N, Maiti SK, Karthik K, H V Manjunathachar (2014). Biomaterials for Hernia Repair in animals; a review. Advance in Animal & Veterinary Science. 2 (4S): 48 – 54. 
  24. Sudhakar NR, Tewari AK, Maharana BR, Sobharani M, Venkatesha MD, Sreevatsava V, Ranganath S, Jagapur RV, Sahu S, Irungbam K, Saravanan BC and Manjunathachar HV. 2014. Seroprevalence of Trypanosoma evansi in cattle of Karnataka. Indian Journal of Veterinary medicine, 34 (2), pp. 106-110.
  25. Madhu DN, Sudhakar NR, Maurya PS, Manjunathachar HV, Sahu S and Pawde AM. Nasal Oestrosis in a Jamunapari goat. Journal of parasitic Diseases. Online published on Feb 2013. 


Book Chapter in Training Manual / Extension Publications:
 

  1. B. C. Saravanan, H. V. Manjunathachar, A. K. Tewari and M. Sankar. Synthesis of cDNA, amplification and cloning of Ag1V1 gene of Taenia solium cysticerci. 2013. Molecular biological approaches for diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases.  pp 37-39. 
  2. B. C. Saravanan, A. K. Tewari, M. Sankar, H. V. Manjunathachar and Chitra Joshi. Taenia solium cysticercosis- Advances in diagnosis and control. 2013. Molecular biological approaches for diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases.  pp 37-39.106- 110.  
  3. B. C. Saravanan, H. V. Manjunathachar, Chitra Joshi and Arvind. Parasitic diseases of Yak (Poephagus grunniens L ) and their control. 2014.  Improving yak husbandry through  nutritional, Reproductive and health management. Director, National research center on yak, Dirang, pp 203-211.  
  4. B. C. Saravanan, H. V.  Manjunathachar, M. Arvind and S. Ghosh. An account on the diagnosis and control of vector borne haemoparasitic diseases infecting ruminants. 2015. Short Term Training programme  on Diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases infecting livestock. Director, IVRI pp.61- 69.  
  5. B. C. Saravanan, M. Arvind,  H. V.  Manjunathachar, and S. Ghosh. Skin Scrapping examination for the diagnosis of Mange/Mite Infestation. 2015.   Short Term Training programme  on  Diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases infecting livestock. Director, IVRI pp- 94-95.  
  6. B. C. Saravanan, M. Arvind,  H. V.  Manjunathachar, and G. M. Chigure. Management of blood protozoan parasites infecting bovines. 2015. Training Manual on Diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases infecting livestock. Director, IVRI  pp- 36. 
  7. B. C. Saravanan, H. V.  Manjunathachar,  M. Arvind,  and G. M. Chigure. examination  of skin scrapping for  diagnosis of  Mange/Mite Infestation. 2015. Training Manual on Diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases infecting livestock. Director, IVRI pp- 60. 
  8. Binod kumar, H. V. Manjunathachar and S. Ghosh. Anti-tick Vaccine. 2016. Recent advances in development of recombinant vaccines for veterinary use. S. Dey and Madhan Mohan, ICAR-IVRI, PP-49-54.
  9. H. V. Manjunathachar, Binod Kumar and S. Ghosh. Strategies and progress towards the development of anti-tick vaccine: An overview. 2017. An update on diagnosis and control of parasitic diseases. K.J. Ananda, B. S. Pradeep, R. L. Rakesh and D. S. Malatesh. KVASFU-Bider pp.267-272.
  10. H. V. Manjunathachar, Binod Kumar, B C parthasarathi and S. Ghosh. Control of tick and tick borne diseases of animals: Vaccine design and its challenges. Advances in Medico-Veterinary Parasitology , An Indian perspective, Editors; Arun K. Yadav, Veena Tandon   and S L Hoti. Panima Publishing Corportaion, New Delhi, PP-251-280.
  11. Manjunathachar HV. Economic importance of ticks and their control: Upcoming strategies. 2019. A short course on Diagnostic methods and control of emerging parasitic diseases. XXII National Training Programme. Centre of advance faculty training in parasitology, KVAFSU, Regional campus Hebbal, PP-187-191. 
  12. Manjunathachar HV, Kumar B, Chigure GM and Ghosh S. 2019. Role of RNA interference in tick vaccines and control of tick borne diseases. Recapitulation of omics technologies having field applicability in the veterinary and animal sciences for doubling the income from dairy & poultry entrepreneurship. Publication No MAFSU/PBN/001/2019, Page No- 65-71. 
  13. Chigure GM, Ajithkumar KG, Manjunathachar HV and Ghosh S. 2019. Exploitation of herbal acaricides in integrated management of ticks. Recapitulation of omics technologies having field applicability in the veterinary and animal sciences for doubling the income from dairy & poultry entrepreneurship. Publication No MAFSU/PBN/001/2019, Page No- 189-196. 
  14. Tewari P, Manjunathachar HV, CG Raut. 2019. Current advances in Leptospirosis diagnosis: A zoonotic disease. Recent trends in molecular diagnosis of microbial pathogens associated with livestock & poultry, ICAR Souvenir summer school, Dept of Veterinary Microbiology, NDVASU, 2019, 99-104.
  15. Manjunathachar HV, Chigure GM. 2019. Application of OMICS tools and technologies in Identification and characterization of ticks. Eds. Binod kumar, Thakre, BJ and Brahmbhatt. 2019. New Approches and OMICS tools for identification and control of ticks and tick borne diseases. Dept. of Veterinary Parasitology, JAU, Junagadh (Guj.) p25-27.
  16. Chigure GM, Manjunathachar HV and Binodkumar. 2019. Global distribution of ticks with special reference to India and its morphological identification. Application of OMICS tools and technologies in Identification and characterization of ticks. Eds. Binod kumar, Thakre, BJ and Brahmbhatt. 2019. New Approches and OMICS tools for identification and control of ticks and tick borne diseases. Dept. of Veterinary Parasitology, JAU, Junagadh (Guj.) p29- 35.
  17. Chigure GM, Ajithkumar KG, Manjunathachar HV and Ghosh S. 2019. Herbal Acaricides: Past, present and future research and development prospectus and use at field level. Application of OMICS tools and technologies in Identification and characterization of ticks. Eds. Binod kumar, Thakre, BJ and Brahmbhatt. 2019. New Approches and OMICS tools for identification and control of ticks and tick borne diseases. Dept. of Veterinary Parasitology, JAU, Junagadh (Guj.) p63-68.


Popular Articles:

  1. Santhosh Shinde, A. S. Mahla, Manjunathachar H. V and K. Karthik. Major minerals causing infertility in bovines. 2013. Livestock Line, 7(5): 38-41.
  2. Vijesh Saini, Rakesh R.L, Mukesh Shakya and Manjunathachar H V. Babesiosis in high yielding cows and its control (Hindi). 2015. Pashupalan Vartha (Hindi).
  3. HV Manjunathachar and CG Raut, Rabies: Share the message to care the life. 2018.  NIRTH Update. 2(3), 02-05.
  4. Manjunathachar HV. (2018). Corruption: Core (System) - destroyer in ICMR-NIRTH Special E-letter on Vigilance Awareness Week, 2018.
    Access https://www.nirth.res.in/publications/e_letter/E_letter_vigilance_Jan.pdf

 
Extra-Curricular Activities:

Sl. No

Activities

Events participated

Period

Position

From

To

1

National Service Scheme (NSS)

NSS

2004

2006

Certificate with ‘A’ grade

2

National Service Scheme (NSS)

NSS

24.03.2010

30.03.2010

Special annual camp

3

13th All India Inter-agricultural universities Sports & Games meet held at Akola, Maharashtra

400 Mt
Kabaddi

16.02.2012

19.02.2012

Participation Certificate

4

14th All India Inter-agricultural universities Sports & Games meet held at Bidar, Karnataka

Kabaddi,
Kho-Kho,
Volley Ball,
Table Tennis

06.03.2013

10.03.2013

Participation Certificate

5

Inter-class Sports & Games meet, Veterinary College, Bangalore

Chess

2008

Winner

6

122nd Foundation Day Celebration, IVRI, Izatnagar

Kabaddi
1500 M Race

08.12.2011

10.12.2011

Kabaddi (Winner),
1500 M Race (Third Prize)

7

123rd Foundation Day Celebration, IVRI, Izatnagar

Kabaddi

07.12.2012

09.12.2012

Winner

8

124th Foundation Day Celebration, IVRI, Izatnagar

Kabaddi

09.12.2013

11.12.2013

Runner

9

125th Foundation Day Celebration, IVRI, Izatnagar

Kabaddi,
Chess,
Volley ball,
1500 m Race

07.12.2014

09.12.2014

Kabaddi (Winner),
Chess (Runner),
Volley ball (Runner)
1500 M Race (Third Prize)

10

126th Foundation Day Celebration, IVRI, Izatnagar

Kabaddi

07.12.2016

09.12.2016

Lead the team as a captain and won the award

 

 

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Education & Academic Qualifications:

  • B.V.Sc and A.H from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology, Kashmir in 2009 with OGPA of 7.01/10
  • M.V.Sc from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology, Jammu in 2011 Veterinary Microbiology and Immunology with OGPA 8.29/10 with Vety. Public health as minor subject.
  • PhD from Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal sciences, Bikaner in 2015 in Veterinary Microbiology and Biotechnology with OGPA 8.26/10

Brief Profile:

Graduated in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry in 2009 from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Kashmir, completed his post-graduation in Veterinary Microbiology in 2011 from the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal husbandry, SKUAST-Jammu. Was awarded MERITORIOUS certificate for the Ist rank in the subject. He did his PhD from Rajasthan university of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner in Veterinary Microbiology as DST-Inspire SRF. He was topper in the subject during his PhD programme and was awarded gold medal by the university in the IInd  convocation of University in 2017. His keen area of interest is identification and characterization of bacterial and fungal pathogens associated with various animal diseases. Has worked on genotyping, virulence characterization and antimicrobial resistance gene determinants from various zoonotically important bacterial species. He received Young Scientists Award in the 3rd Annual National Seminar on Translational Research in Biotechnology for Improving Animal Health and Production held during 7-8 october, 2015. Joined the National Center for Laboratory Animal Sciences, National Institute of Nutrition, Indian Council of Medical Research in January, 2017 as Scientist-B and is presently associated with laboratory animal health monitoring for quality improvement of laboratory animal health. Has attended a number of national and international conferences and has more than 20 published papers in various scientific journals.

 Awards:

  •  2017: Gold Medal in Doctoral degree programme in Veterinary Microbiology from Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.
  • 2015: Young Scientist Award in the 3rd Annual National Seminar on Translational Research in Biotechnology for Improving Animal Health and Production held during 7-8 october, 2015.
  • 2014 : Best poster presentation award in IAVMI 15th Annual Conference for : “Molecular detection and Antibiogram of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from Goat Mastitis”.
  • 2013 : Awarded Inspire AORC fellowship to pursue PhD programme-Inspire Fellowship id. :IF130551.
  • 2011 : First prize for presentation of article ‘An Outbreak Of Cerebral Malaria By Haemoproteus columbae, Kruse, 1890, In Free Rangings And Captive Pigeons (Columba Aliva) From Border Areas Of Jammu & Kashmir Of India’ at 29th annual convention of ISVM.
  • 2011 : Merit certificate in M.V.Sc (PG) (Ist Position).
  • 2009: Science Talent Promotion Scholarship.

List of Publications:

  1. S. Hamid , Mohd Altaf Bhat, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Anil Taku , Gulzar Ahmad Badroo, Salik Nazki   and Andleeb Malik. Phenotytic and genotypic characterization of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus from bovine mastitis. 2017. Veterinary World. 10(3): 363-367.
  2. Multiplex-PCR based Detection of Virulence genes and Characterization of β-lactamase genes in Salmonella  enterica from India. Irfan Ahmad Mir, Sudhir Kumar Kashyap and Sunil Maherchandani. Under rewiew in BMC Microbiology. 2017.
  3. Irfan Ahmad Mir, Sudhir Kumar Kashyap and Sunil Maherchandani (2015). Isolation,     Serotype Diversity and Antibiogram of Salmonella enterica isolated from different species of Poultry in India. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed; 5(7): 561–567.
  4. RamHari Meena, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Sunil Maherchandani, Kanchan Jangid and S.K. Kashyap. A study on Antibiotic sensitivity Pattern and Phylogenetic Analysis of commensal Escherichia coli isolated from Poultry (2015). Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology. Page no. 657-662.
  5. Jangsher Ali Khan, Irfan Ahmad Mir, S.S. Soni and Sunil Maherchandani (2015). A study on Prevalence and Virulence Characterisation of Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica isolated from poultry and related environment in India. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology. vol 9 (2). 1435-1440.
  6.  Kanchan Jangir,  B. N. Shringi, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Ram Hari Meena, Nishtha Purohit, Sunil Maherchandani and S. K. Kashyap (2015). Isolation, Biochemical and Virulence characterization of Enterococcus faecalis and Enterococcus faecium in poultry faeces. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology. vol 9 (2). 1075-1080.
  7. Irfan Ahmad MIR, Bablu KUMAR, Anil TAKU, Rajinder Kumar BHARDWAJ, Mohd Altaf BHAT and Gulzar Ahmad BADROO (2015). Prevalence and Antibiogram study of Rhodococcus equi in equines of Jammu and Kashmir, India. J. Equine Sci. Vol. 26, No. 1.  21–24.
  8. Taruna Bhati, Prerna Nathawat,Irfan Ahmad Mir, Sandeep Kumar Sharma,Rahul Yadav and Anil Kumar Kataria (2014). PCR-RFLP of Staphylococcus aureus Coagulase Gene Isolated From Bovine Subclinical Mastitis. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology. vol 8 (6): 4711-4714.
  9. Pradeep Sharma, Farah Faridi, Irfan A.Mir, and Sandeep K. Sharma (2014). Characterization of exo-s, exo-u, and alg virulence factors and antimicrobial resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from migratory Egyptian vultures from India. Infection Ecology and Epidemiology, 4: 24553.
  10. Showkat Ahmad Dar, Parul Verma, Mohammad Ashfaque, Ajaz Ahmad Zargar, Irfan Ahmad Mir (2014). Effect of Garlic Extract on Haematobiochemical Changes in Eimeria tenella Infected Broiler Chicken Natl. Acad. Sci. Lett. 37(4):311-316.
  11. Irfan Ahmad Mir, Bablu Kumar , Anil Taku , Najimaana Wani, Farah Naz Faridi, Showkat Ahmad Dar, Sabahat Gazal, Gulzar Badroo, Aijaz Ahmad Zargar and Asif Iqbal (2013). The study of aerobic bacterial flora of the upper respiratory tract of equines from Jammu and Kashmir region of India, Vet World 6(9): 623-627.
  12. R.K. Bhardwaj, Irfan A. Mir, A.K. Taku, Bablu Kumar (2013). Rhodococcus equi Pneumonia in an Adult Horse. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 90(3): 94-95.
  13. Tahir maqbool, M. Willayat, Irfan A. Mir and Omar Khalil Baba. Determination of level of contamination of mutton patties and burgers marketed in Srinagar city (India) Asian Jr. Of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc. Vol. 15, no. (4): 2013: 699-703.
  14. Irfan AHMAD MIR, Bablu KUMAR, Anil TAKU, Farah FARIDI, Mohd. ALTAF BHAT, Naseer AHMAD BABA and Tahir MAQBOOL (2013). Bacteriological and Molecular Detection of Streptococcus equi subsp. equi and Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus in Equines of Northern India. J. Equine Sci. Vol. 24, No. 3. 53 – 55.
  15. Irfan A. Mir, Anil Taku, Asif Iqbal, Manzoor Ahmad Khan and Najimaana Wani. (2013)Clinical mastitis by Streptococcus equi subsp. zooepidemicus in lactating goats of Jammu,India.   The Indian Journal of Small Ruminant Research. 19 (1): 110-111.
  16. Najimaana Wani, S. K. Kotwal, Irfan Ahmad Mir, S. A Shah and Asif Iqbal. Molecular Characterization of Escherichia coli Strains Isolated from Drinking Water Sources in Jammu, India (2012). Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology. vol 8 (4): 3043-3048.
  17. Sabahat Gazal, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Asif Iqbal, A.K.Taku, Manzoor Ahmad, Najimaana Wani. Metagenomics: Accessing the inaccessible (2012). Int. J. Livest. Res.2012; 2(2): 253-257.
  18. Sabahat Gazal, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Asif Iqbal, Reyaz Chauhan, Abid Ali & Manzoor Ahmad (2012).Isolation of fungi associated with an outbreak of Degnala disease in Jammu. The Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians. 8(2): 73.
  19. Sabahat Gazal, Asif Iqbal, Irfan Ahmad Mir and Manzoor Ahmad (2012). Isolation of fungi associated with an outbreak of Degnala disease in Jammu. The Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians. 8(2): 75.
  20. R.K. Bhardwaj, A.K. Taku, and Irfan Ahmad Mir (2012). Infectious keratoconjuctivitis in dzos of Jammu. The Indian Vet. Journal. 89(7): 101-102.
  21. Rajinder Kumar Bhardwaj, AK Taku, and Irfan Ahmad Mir (2012). Therapeutic Management of Dermatophytosis in canines. Indian Vety. Journal. 89(1): 61-62.
  22. R.K. Bhardwaj, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Owais Ahmad, Ashwani Kumar, Afreen Wahid and Deepanshu Bhardwaj (2012). An Outbreak of mange in rabbits and its management. Indian Vety. Journal. 89(12): 78.
  23. Canine Dermatophytosis—Its Diagnosis and Therapeutic Management. Irfan A. Mir, Asif Iqbal, Bablu Kumar, Sabahat Gazal IPJ-Online.( 2011); 3(1): 40-45
  24. Ovine rotavirus. S. Gazal, I.A. Mir, A. Iqbal, A.K. Taku, B. Kumar, M.A. Bhat. Ovine Rota virus.  Open Veterinary Journal, (2011), Vol. 1: 50-54.  Gene sequences Submitted to Genbank, NCBI :
  25. Gene sequence submitted to NCBI of  Dichelobacternodosus strain Jammu integrase A2 gene, partial cds. Taku, A.K., Badroo,G.A., Kumar,B., Bhat,M.A., Mir,I.A. and Gazal, S. (2011)  (ACCESSION JN574475)
  26. Gene sequence submitted to NCBI of Dichelobacternodosusclone Jammu 01B proline-glycine repeat protein (pgr) gene, partial cds. (2011). Taku, A.K., Badroo,G.A., Kumar,B., Bhat,M.A., Mir, I.A. and Gazal,S.  (ACCESSION JN601141).
  27. Gene sequence submitted to NCBI of Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Altona strain Indian TEM-lactamase gene, partial cds. ACCESSION   KT831890. Mir,I.A., Kashyap,S.K. and Maherchandani,S. 2016

 

 

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Brief Profile:

Graduated in 1985 and completed post-graduation in Veterinary Pathology in 1987 from the College of Veterinary Sciences, Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Hyderabad. Was awarded Gold Medal for securing highest marks in Veterinary Pathology.

He was joined the National Center for Laboratory Animal Sciences, National Institute of Nutrition, Indian Council of Medical Research in 1988 as Assistant Research Officer and served the center for 10 years in the capacity of a lab animal veterinarian and veterinary pathologist handling health monitoring of the animals.

In 1999 moved to the Pathology Division of the National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR) and was handling Lab Animal Pathology, Experimental Pathology and Toxicopathology. Was invited to work under the direct supervisión of the Union Minister, Government of India as Expert Consultant on deputation to the Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals (CPCSEA), headed by the Union Minister. Was awarded the Young Scientist Award for the work on Sendai virus by the Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologist in 1995. Was awarded Vishwa Sadhbhawna Puraskar 1999 for work in animal welfare and environment protection. Underwent the Certificate course on Laboratory Animal Science at University of Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands in 2002. Worked for 3 years as advisor and Expert Consultant to the CPCSEA headed by the Union Minister, Government of India implementing animal welfare laws in India. Founded the Laboratory Animal Scientist’s Association of India in 2004.

He is also the Founding Father of the Indian college of Veterinary Pathologists, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar. Passed the Board Certification Examination of the Indian College of Veterinary Pathologists and was conferred the Diplomate of ICVP in 2008. He served as Member of the Committee for International Guidelines on “Threat of Extremism to Medical Research” of the Federation Of American Societies For Experimental Biology (FASEB),  June 11-12, 2012, Bethesda, Maryland, USA and is also the member of the Strategic Planning Committee of the American Associations for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC), USA. Has 26 published papers in scientific journals. He is the architect of the FELASA ‘C’ accredited course in Laboratory Animal Science being offered at the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Chennai.

He was a visiting scientist to the National Jewish Hospitals, Denver and to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma, USA. Has served as Assistant Director (Veterinary Pathologist) in the Pathology Division, National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR), Hyderabad for 15 years and is presently working as Scientist ‘E’ Deputy Director, at the National Centre for Laboratory Animal Sciences, NIN (ICMR), Hyderabad.

Societies/Memberships:

  • Registered member of the Veterinary Council of India.
  • Registered member of the A.P. Veterinary Council.
  • Indian Veterinary Association.
  • Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists.
  • Registered Life member of Society for Toxicologic Pathologists in India.
  • Founder and Gen. Secretary – All India ‘Laboratory Animal Scientist’s Association’.

Publications:

  1. B. Kalakumar, A. gopal Reddy, A. Vamsi Krishna, S.S.Y.H. Qadri and P. Siva Kumar. Developmental neurotoxicity of monocrotophos and lead is linked to thyroid disruption. Veterinary World, EISSN: 2231-0916.
  2. Prakash Tiwari, Satya Sahay, Manuraj Pandey, Syed S.Y.H. Qadri and Krishna P. Gupta. Combinatorial chemopreventive effect of butyric acid, nicotinamide and calcium glucarate against the 7,12-dimethylbenz(a) anthracene induced mouse skin tumorigenesis attained by enhancing the induction of intrinsic apoptotic events. Chemico-Biological Interactions 2015, Vol 26, pp 1-11.
  3. Bhaskarachary, K., Ramulu, P., Udayasekhararao, P., Bapurao, S., Kamala Krishnaswamy., Qadri, S.S.Y.H., Udaykumar, P. and Sesikeran, B.Chemical composition, nutritional and toxicological evaluation of peanut (Arachis hypogea) grown in fly ash amended soils. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics,Vol. 51, 2014, 11-23.
  4. Vitamin D deficiency decreases adiposity in rats and causes altered expression of uncoupling proteins and steroid receptor coactivator3. Mehrajuddin Bhat, Bindu Noolu, Qadri SSYH and Ayesha Ismail, Journal of Steroid Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 144(2014) 304-312.
  5. "Exploring Antiurolithic Effects of Gokshuradi Polyherbal Ayurvedic Formulation in Ethylene Glycol Induced Urolithic Rats." Amol L Shirfule, Venkatesh Racharla, SSYH Qadri and Arjun L Khandare*. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Volume 2013, Article ID 763720, 9 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/763720 [Hindwi Publications, Impact factor- 4.778]
  6. Use of Propofol and Xylazine combination for use in Small Animal Densitometry – B. Kala Kumar, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, B. Vikram Kumar and A. Gopala Reddy:, Indian Veterinary Journal, June 2013, 90 (6): 106-107.
  7. Vitamin D deficiency induced muscle wasting occurs through the ubiquitin proteasome pathway and is partially corrected by calcium in male rats”, Ayesha Ismail, Mehraj, Kalamkoti, Qadri SSYH, Seshacharyulu, M. Endocrinology, 2013.154(11): 4018-4029.
  8. Thingnganing Longvah, Korra Manghtya and Syed SYH Qadri. Eri silkworm: a source of edible oil with a high content of α-linolenic acid and of significant nutritional value. Journal of Food Science Agriculture (2012), 92: (9): 1988-93.
  9. Bhaskarachary Kandlakunta, Ramulu Punna, Udayasekhararao Paruchuri, Bapurao Sangras, Kamala Krishnaswamy, Syed Qadri, Uday Kumar Putcha and Sesikeran Boindala. Chemical composition, nutritional and toxicological evaluation of (oryza sativa) grown in Fly Ash amended soils. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (2012), 92: Issue 13, 2721-2726.
  10. JJ Babu, Qadri SSYH, Sesikeran B. Maternal Nutrition in Early Pregnancy Effects Placental Development. International Journal of Medicine and Public Health, 2011, Vol.1, Issue 2.
  11. Sakamuri SS Vara Prasad, Sahnmugam S Jeya Kumar, Putcha Uday Kumar, Syed SYH Qadri, Ayyalasomayajula Vajreswari. Dietary fatty acid composition alters 11β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1 gene expression in rat retroperitoneal white adipose tissue. Lipids in health and disease 2010, 9:111.
  12. Longvah T, Qadri SSYH, Manghtya K, Ramulu P. Compositional, Nutritional, and Toxicological Evaluation of Eri-silk worm (Samia ricinii) prepupae and pupae. Journal of Agricultural Food Chem. Publication No. 10-1-LON-JAFC-27-6, 2010
  13. Bhaskarachary Kandlakunta, Ramulu Punna, Udayasekhararao Paruchuri, Bapurao Sangras, Kamala Krishnaswamy, Syed Qadri, Uday Kumar Putcha and Sesikeran Boindala. Nutritional and toxicological evaluation of wheat grown on soils with or without fly ash treatment. Journal of Food Science and Agriculture 2009; 89: 384-389.
  14. R. Hemalatha, B.A. Ramalakshmi, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, N. Balakrishna, V.V. Annapurna and B. Sesikeran. Intrauterine Growth Restriction in Term Women with Histologic Chorioamnionitis. Research Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1 (1): 18-24, 2008.
  15. S. Chennaiah, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, C.V.K. Reddy, S.V. Rama Rao, G. Shymasunder, N. Raghuramulu (2007). Incorporation of Cestrum diurnum leaf improves intestinal Ca transport in broilers. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (Elsevier, Belgium) 103, pp. 645-650. (I.F. 2.715).
  16. Sesikeran B and Syed S.Y.H. Qadri. Establishing quality systems in nutrition research and nutrition programs – a critical component in capacity building. Proceedings International Symposium on Building Leadership skills in Food and Nutrition, Essential for National Development. CFTRI, Mysore (India), June 23-25, 2006
  17. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, P. Uday Kumar and B. Sesikeran. (2005) Spontaneous pathological lesions of liver and lungs in Preclinical Toxicology Evaluation studies. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology. 29(2): 102-105.
  18. S. Chennaiah., S.S.Y.H. Qadri., S.V. Rama Rao., G. Shyamsunder and N. Raghuramulu (2004) Cestrum diurnum leaf as a source of 1,25(OH)2 Vitamin D3 improves egg shell thickness. Journal of Steroid Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (Elsevier, Belgium) 89-90, pp 589-594. (I.F. 2.715).
  19. D. Sreeramulu., K. Madhavan Nair., S.S.Y.H. Qadri and B. Siva Kumar., (1997). Changes in biochemical indicators of iron status during iron repletion and depletion in monkeys. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 41: 126-136.
  20. Shiva prakash M., Qadri S.S.Y.H. and Suresh P., (1995). Incidence and management of Taenia taeniformis (liver cyst) infestation in Laboratory rats. Laboratory Animals India, July, Vol. 5., No.2.
  21. D. Sreeramulu., S.S.Y.H. Qadri., K. Madhavan Nair., and B. Siva Kumar., (1994). Original paper: Induction of dietary Iron deficiency in Rhesus monkeys: Sequential changes in serum ferritin and other biochemical indicators of Iron status. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 38: 322- 330.
  22. Hemalatha P., Bhaskaram P., S.S.Y.H. Qadri and Ajeya Kumar P., (1993). Assessment of mild Zinc deficiency in children. Nutrition Research. 13 (20) 115-122.
  23. Qadri S.S.Y.H., Sesikeran B., (1992). Spontaneous fibrous histiocytoma in Sprague Dawley rats. Laboratory Animals India. Vol. 1., No. 4., pp. 36-40.
  24. Qadri S.S.Y.H., Suresh P. (1992) Cervical lymphadenitis in Guinea pigs. Laboratory Animals India, April. Vol. 1, No. 3., p-35-37.
  25. Vijayalaxmi R., S.S.Y.H. Qadri and Deosthale, Y., (1991). Effect of Eugenol on gastric functions in rats. Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition. 10, 161-169.
  26. Qadri S.S.Y.H. (1990) Pathology of Laboratory Animals. LAISC Newsletter. Vol. 23. pp. 1-8.

Trainings/Workshops:

  • 1st Annual Course in Toxicologic Pathology, organized by the Charles Louis Davis, D.V.M. Foundation USA and Society for Toxicologic pathology in India, 13-15 March, 2008, Pune.
  • Descriptive Gross and Microscopic Veterinary Pathology in Necropsy and Biopsy, CL Davis Foundation, USA at IVRI, Izatnagar, Bareilly, 10-12 November 2008.
  • WHO/TDR sponsored GCLP workshop, 27-30 May 2008 at RMRIMS (ICMR) Patna, Bihar.
  • International Workshop on Toxicology towards Diplomate of American Board of Toxicology (DABT), 8-12 October, 2007, Veterinary College Hebbal and Advinus Therapeutics Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.
  • Good Laboratory Practices in Animal Toxicity and Pathology Studies, 19 Jan, 2007, IIBAT, Chennai.
  • Current trends in Toxicologic Pathology in India & Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar of the British Society of Toxicological Pathologists, 25-27 August, 2006.
  • ‘Principles of histological basis of gross pathology of CL Davis Foundation of USA”, and XXII Annual convention of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists, November 25-27, 2005 organized by Krantisinh Nana Patil College of Veterinary Science, Shirval, Maharastra.
  • GLP in Risk Assessment of Crop Protection Chemicals, Biotech Products and Drugs and Pharmaceuticals, 11 March, 2006, IIBAT, Chennai.
  • Animal Welfare - Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, United Kingdom and the Animal Welfare Board of India, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, Chennai in 1992.

Abstracts/Presentations:

  1. Qadri S.S.Y.H, Incidence and management of Taenia taeniformis (liver cyst) infestation in Laboratory rats. III Asian Congress of Parasitology, February 1993, CDRI, Lucknow.
  2. Qadri S.S.Y.H and Suresh P. (1995). Sendai virus infection in Laboratory rodents and its significance in research. National Symposium on “Impact of Diseases on Livestock/Poultry Production and Wildlife Conservation”, and “XII Annual convention of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists, November 9 – 11.
  3. S. Chennaiah, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, S.V. Rama Rao, G. Shyamsunder and N. Raghuramulu. (2000.). Addition of Cestrum diurnum leaf powder in broiler diet improves feed Efficiency: XI Workshop on Vitamin D at Nashville, TN, USA, May 27th – 1st June.
  4. M. Shiva Prakash and S.S.Y.H. Qadri (2000). Development of Immunodiagnostic kits for rapid screening of bacterial pathogens in laboratory animals: International Conference on Microbial Biotechnology, Trade and Public Policy, Osmania University, Hyderabad., July 15-17.
  5. A. Kotoky, S.S.Y.H. Qadri and V. Jagadeesan (2001) Hepatoprotective action of some medicinal plants from North East Region of India: Indian Pharmacological Society, Nagpur.
  6. S. Chennaiah, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, S.V. Rama Rao, G. Shyamsunder and N. Raghuramulu, (2002) Beneficial role of Cestrum diurnum in poultry: Deluca Symposium on Vitamin D at Taos, New Mexico, June 15-19.
  7. S. Chennaiah, S.S.Y.H. Qadri, S.V. Rama Rao, G. Shyamsunder and N. Raghuramulu. (2002) Cestrum diurnum leaf powder improves bone strength in broilers: 71st Annual Meeting of Society of Biological Chemists of India, Ludhiana, India, Nov. 14-16.
  8. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Ethics on the use of animals for experimentation”, in the Seminar on August 20th 2003 at The University of Hyderabad.
  9. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “CPCSEA, Good Laboratory Practices”, October 11th 2004 at, the College of Veterinary Sciences, Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad.
  10. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Ethical aspects and related procedures during the conduct of animal experimentation”, 11th December 2004 at Vimta Labs Ltd. Cherlapally, Hyderabad.
  11. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, ‘Toxicological evaluation of Biological Products on lab animals – ethical issues and CPCSEA regulations’, during the Refresher Course on Biotechnology sponsored by the APNL Biotechnology Program during 21st February 2005 to 11th March 2005 at Center for Plant Molecular Biology, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
  12. S.S.Y.H. Qadri,, “Animal House Facilities – CPCSEA guidelines, Veterinary services, duties and responsibilities of AHF inspectors”, on February 19, 2005 at International Institute for Biotechnology & Toxicology (IIBAT), Padappai, Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu.
  13. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, Paper presented – ‘Background Pathological lesions encountered during preclinical toxicological evaluation studies and their biological significance’, National Symposium and XXI Annual Conference of Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists (IAVP) 23-25 November, 2004 at the Department of Veterinary Pathology, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, Kolkata.
  14. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, Plenary Lecture on “Ethics and Animal Experimentation”, during the 22nd Conference of the Indian Society for Comparative Animal Physiology and Stress Physiology, November 14-16, 2005, organized by the Department of Zoology, Osmania University, Hyderabad .
  15. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Biotechnology products: Testing Procedures”, on 8th October, 2005 during the One Day Seminar on “New Trends in Scientific Research”, at the Academic Staff College, JNTU, organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry (London), Deccan Section, Hyderabad.
  16. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Animal House Facilities” Seminar and CPCSEA Nominee Training Workshop (West Zone), 15-16 September 2005, at ACTREC, Navi Mumbai.
  17. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Post Mortem examination of Laboratory Animals - protocols’, and ‘Processing tissues for Histopathology – theory and demonstration’, during the XXVI Supervisors Training Course (12th September to 9th December 2005) of the National Center for Laboratory Animal Sciences (NCLAS), NIN, Hyderabad.
  18. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, paper titled, ‘Toxicological Evaluation of Ayurvedic Formulations [coded formulations]’, during the First Annual conference of the Society for Toxicologic Pathology in India ”Current Trends in Toxicologic Pathology in India and continuing professional development seminar in collaboration with the British Society of Toxicological Pathologists”, August 25-27, organized by STPI India at Bangalore.
  19. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Staff Development Programme” of AICTE organized by Bharat Institute of Technology – Pharmacy, R.R. District, A.P. on the topic ‘Ethics in Animal Experimentation” between 19th to 27th April, 2006.
  20. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, ‘Registration of Animal House and Related Regulations’ during the first session of the National Symposium on ‘Care and Management of Experimental Animals’, organized jointly by the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram and CPCSEA, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, on 15-16 February, 2007.
  21. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Pre-clinical toxicology studies for Unani medicines (Animal Studies)” during the Re-orientation Training Programme for Unani Physicians held between 19th February to 5th March 2007 and organized by the Government Nizamia Tibbi College, Hyderabad.
  22. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Monitoring of Hematological Parameters in Preclinical Toxicology studies”, to the participants of the Training Program for Officers of CCRAS in PCT Techniques, 5th March to 9th March 2007 organized by NIN, Hyderabad and sponsored by CCRAS, AYUSH, ISM, New Delhi.
  23. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Quality control in Experimental Animals – need for health and genetic monitoring of animals”, during the First National Conference on ‘Rational use of Animals in Research’, November 1-2, 2006, IICT, Auditorium, organized by LASA, IPS and NIN, Hyderabad.
  24. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, paper on “Diseases of laboratory animals”, XXIV Annual Conference of IAVP, National Symposium on Immunopathological and Molecular Approaches for Disease Diagnosis in Livestock and Poultry including Wild Animals, 2-3 October 2007, Organized by Dept. of Veterinary Pathology, College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati, SVVU, A.P. 517 501.
  25. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, paper on “Health monitoring in lab animals”, Second National Conference on Current Perspectives and Future Challenges in Laboratory Animal Management, December 29-30, 2007, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
  26. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “CPCSEA rules” in the Seminar on “Changing Trends in Animal Experimentation”, on 12th September 2008 at NIPER, Hyderabad.
  27. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Spontaneously occurring pathologies in laboratory animals and their significance in relation to animal experiments” in the National Symposium on Animal Models in Biomedical Research: Ethical and Welfare Issues, February 25-26, 2009.
  28. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “Current status of Laboratory Animal Science in India”. The 4th Asian Federation of Laboratory Animal Science Congress Meeting, 5th AMMRA Meeting & 11th CSLAS Annual Meeting, Nov. 9-11, 2010, Taipei, Taiwan.
  29. Innovative approaches in Non-clinical safety evaluation of Oral recombinant Anti Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine (Hpv 16 And 18) in Mice, Rats. , Poster presentation during the 17th World Congress of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (WCP2014) to be held from 13-18 July 2014 at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa.
  30. Role of type of dietary fat in the etiopathogenesis of Carcinogen-induced Breast Neoplasm in female Fischer rats. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism. 20th International Congress of Nutrition, Granada, Spain . Sept 15-20, 2013.
  31. S.S.Y.H. Qadri, “International Historical Perspective on The threat of Extremism to Medical Research”. International Summit of the FASEB, June 11-12, 2012, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
  32. Mehraj, Ayesha Ismail and Qadri SSYH, “Calcium alone can partially correct the Vitamin-D deficiency induced muscle atrophy”. Society of Biological Chemists, Kolkata, Nov. 8-11,2012. PP:MN18

Books/International Guidelines:

  • Syed SYH Qadri, International Historical Prespectives - CONFERENCE REPORT OF THE FEDERATION OF AMERICAN SOCIETIES FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (FASEB), The threat of Extremism to Medical Research : An International Summit, June 11-12, 2012, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
  • Syed SYH Qadri and Christian E. Newcomer: Chapter: Laws, Regulations, and Guidelines Shaping Research Animal Care and Use in India, Chapter 8, pp 219 – 242 in “LABORATORY ANIMALS – Regulations and Recommendations for Global Collaborative Research”, Editor, Javier Guillén, Elsevier, Academic Press, 2014. 

Articles In Newsletters:

  • Qadri S.S.Y.H. (1994) Japanese quail – care, breeding and management. LAISC Newsletter. Vol.32. pp. 1-10.
  • Giridharan N.V., Kalyanasundaram K., Suresh P., and Qadri S.S.Y.H. (1992). Laboratory Animal Users Guide. Published by LAISC, NIN, Hyderabad.
  • Qadri S.S.Y.H. (1990) Euthanasia of Laboratory Animals. LAISC Newsletter. Vol. 24. pp. 1-8.
  • Qadri S.S.Y.H. (1988) Laboratory Animal Surgery, Techniques and Pre and Post-operative Care, LAISC Newsletter. Vol. 20. pp. 1-22.

Awards And Recognition:

  1. Visiting Scientist – Okhlahoma Medical Research Foundation, Okhlahoma, USA. 13th – 25th April 2013.
  2. Visiting Scientist – National Jewish Hospitals, Denver, USA. 13th - 21st June 2012.
  3. Member of the Strategic Planning Committee of the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC), April 2013, MD, USA.
  4. Member of the Committee for International Guidelines on “Threat of Extremism to Medical Research” of the FEDERATION OF AMERICAN SOCIETIES FOR EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY (FASEB), June 11-12, 2012, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
  5. Awarded the “BHAGWAN MAHAVEER VISHWA SADHBHAVANA PURASKAR-1999”, for Environment and Animal Protection by the Mahaveer Sangh Andhra Pradesh.
  6. “YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD IN VETERINARY PATHOLOGY”, 1995 by the Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists.
  7. “GOLD MEDAL” for securing the highest marks in M.V.Sc. (Pathology), 1987, in the Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Hyderabad.