Bavaji Syed Rahman | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Bavaji  Syed Rahman | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Jamal Mohamed College | India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Mr. Bavaji Syed Rahman's journey in academia began with a solid foundation in the sciences, obtaining a B.Sc. in Chemistry from Jamal Mohammed College, Trichy, in 2003. His passion for chemistry and biochemistry led him to pursue an M.Sc. in Biochemistry from Vysya College, Salem, and an M.Sc. in Chemistry from Periyar University, Salem. Further honing his expertise, he earned two M.Phil. degrees—one in Biochemistry from Bharathidasan University and another in Chemistry from Periyar University. His academic endeavors are currently culminating in a Ph.D. in Chemistry at Jamal Mohamed College, affiliated with Bharathidasan University.

Professional Endeavors

Mr. Rahman's professional career is marked by significant contributions to both academia and applied research. Since April 2021, he has been serving as an Academic Coordinator at Sri Vijay Vidyalaya Matric Higher Secondary School, Krishnagiri. His prior roles include Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Vivekananda College of Arts and Sciences for Women, PG Assistant in Chemistry at SRV Boys Hr. Sec School, and Lecturer in Biochemistry at Sengunthar Arts & Science College. His diverse teaching experiences across various educational institutions reflect his dedication to nurturing young minds in the field of chemistry.

Contributions and Research Focus

Mr. Rahman's research interests are vast and interdisciplinary, spanning Phytochemistry, Nano Technology and Nano Chemistry, Plant Physiology and Pesticides, Bioinformatics, Organic Synthesis, Agricultural Chemistry, Chemistry of Natural Products, and Medicinal Chemistry. He has made notable contributions through various projects, including the electrochemical evaluation of biomedical implants with nanocomposites and the modern techniques in the analysis of plant samples. His research has been published in esteemed journals and presented at numerous national and international conferences, underscoring his commitment to advancing scientific knowledge.

Accolades and Recognition

Throughout his career, Mr. Rahman has received numerous awards recognizing his excellence in teaching and research. These accolades include the Nation Builder Award 2017 from Rotary India Literacy Mission, the Best Teacher Innovation Award 2019 from Sri Aurobindo Society, and the Best Researcher Award 2021 from Genesin of Educational Impressions. His innovative teaching methods and significant contributions to research have also earned him the Paul Harris Fellow Award from Rotary International, the National Distinguished Young Scientist Award 2021, and the Young Scientist Award 2022.

Impact and Influence

Mr. Rahman's impact extends beyond the classroom and laboratory. His work in developing green synthesis methods for nanoparticles and his studies on phytoconstituents and antioxidant activities have significant implications for environmental sustainability and healthcare. His patents, such as those on nanomaterial-based optical sensors and anti-obesity formulations, showcase his ability to translate scientific research into practical applications. His participation in training programs, workshops, and seminars further highlights his role in fostering a collaborative scientific community.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Mr. Bavaji Syed Rahman’s legacy is one of relentless pursuit of knowledge and excellence. As he continues his Ph.D. research and contributes to groundbreaking projects, his future endeavors are poised to further the fields of chemistry and biochemistry. His dedication to education, innovative research, and community service sets a benchmark for future scientists and educators. His ongoing projects and future research will undoubtedly continue to influence and inspire advancements in science and technology, making a lasting impact on both the academic and broader scientific communities.

 

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Green synthesis of rGO nanosheets wrapped on Ni-doped ZnO nanocomposite using P. dodecandra L’Herit (P.d) leaves extract and their photocatalytic and antioxidant performance 2024 (1)

Synthesis of Cu doped NiO for Their Antioxidant and Photocatalytic Properties: Green Synthesis Using Lycopodium Linn 2023 (3)

Green formulation of palladium nanoparticles on photocatalytic behavior of fabric dyes removal and its antibacterial assay 2023 (9)

Green formulation of gold nanoparticles and their antioxidative assays, antimicrobial activity and photocatalytic colour decay 2023 (20)

Fabrication of WO3 nanotubes/graphene oxide nanosheets hybrid structures: Enhanced solar conversion efficiency in dye sensitized solar cell 2021 (16)

 

Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Regenerative Research Sciences Private Limited | India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan began her academic journey with a B.Sc. in Botany, Zoology, and Chemistry, achieving First Class with Distinction. She pursued her passion further with an M.Sc. in Biochemistry, securing the second rank in the university. Her academic pursuit culminated in a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the National Institute of Nutrition/Osmania University. Following this, she engaged in postdoctoral research at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan's professional journey has been marked by significant roles in academia and research. She served as the Director-Grade Scientist and Head of Cell & Molecular Biology and Stem Cell Research at the National Institute of Nutrition, ICMR, Hyderabad. Currently, she holds the position of Director-Research at Movva Health Care LLP, RegenOrthoSport, where she continues to contribute to cutting-edge research in biochemistry and stem cell research.

Contributions and Research Focus

Her research focuses on regenerative medicine, particularly in addressing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like diabetes, obesity, and knee osteoarthritis. Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan's work involves understanding the pathophysiology of these diseases at the cellular and molecular levels. She has made significant strides in the isolation, characterization, and therapeutic application of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from various sources, including placenta and bone marrow. Additionally, her research explores the potential of nutraceuticals in managing these conditions, highlighting the beneficial effects of compounds like stigmasterol, gingerol, and shogaol.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan's contributions to the field have been recognized through numerous awards and honors. She has been felicitated with awards such as the Woman of Excellence Award, Venus International Award for Excellence in Biochemistry and Stem Cell Research, and the Dr. S.N. Acharya Felicitation Award. Her expertise has also earned her fellowship status in prestigious organizations like the National Academy of Medical Sciences and the Telangana Academy of Sciences.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan's research has left a significant impact on both academia and clinical practice. Her findings have been published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, with over 100 scientific articles and several book chapters to her credit. She has also been granted multiple patents for her innovative research in liver cell therapy and mesenchymal stem cell transplantation. Moreover, she actively participates in various professional societies and serves on the editorial boards of esteemed journals in the field.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Venkatesan's legacy lies in her pioneering work at the intersection of biochemistry, genetics, and regenerative medicine. Her ongoing efforts in translational research aim to bridge the gap between laboratory discoveries and clinical applications, with a focus on improving healthcare outcomes for patients with metabolic disorders and musculoskeletal conditions. As she continues to lead research initiatives and mentor future scientists, her contributions are poised to shape the future of regenerative medicine and personalized healthcare.

Notable Publications

Alleviation of diabetes mellitus through the restoration of β-cell function and lipid metabolism by Aloe vera (L.) Burm. f. extract in obesogenic WNIN/GR-Ob rats  2021 (19)

Elevated ATP, cytokines and potential microglial inflammation distinguish exfoliation glaucoma from exfoliation syndrome 2022 (7)

The role of Lp-PLA2 and biochemistry parameters as potential biomarkers of coronary artery disease in Asian South-Indians: a case-control study 2017 (10)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nitesh Poddar | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Excellence in Research Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Nitesh Poddar | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Excellence in Research Award

Manipal University - Jaipur Campus | India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Nitesh Poddar embarked on his academic journey with a Ph.D. from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, where he explored the effects of polyols' size on protein folding/unfolding equilibrium. His M.Sc. in Biotechnology from the same institution laid the groundwork for his subsequent research endeavors.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Poddar's career spans various academic and research roles globally. From his post-doctoral research at the University of Toledo, Ohio, and Rice University, Houston, Texas, to his current position as Associate Professor at Manipal University Jaipur, he has contributed significantly to the fields of protein folding, bio-nanotechnology, and neurodegenerative diseases.

Contributions and Research Focus

His major contributions include elucidating the role of osmolytes and nano-osmolytes in protein folding, investigating mTOR's role in Alzheimer's disease and cancer, and developing microbial fuel cells for environmental biopollutant desalination. His research interests also extend to COVID-19 management strategies and immunoassay-based pesticide screening.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Poddar's scientific credentials include editorial roles in prestigious journals, such as Lead Editor for a special issue on neurological infections and Associate Editorial Board Member for Current Biotechnology. He has received numerous awards, including CSIR-UGC JRF and GATE qualification, and has been recognized as a top researcher multiple times.

Impact and Influence

Through his publications, teaching experiences spanning eight years, and administrative roles, Dr. Poddar has left a profound impact on academia. His research findings and contributions to understanding complex biological processes have garnered international recognition and have the potential to drive significant advancements in biomedical science.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Poddar's legacy lies in his pioneering research, mentorship of future scientists, and commitment to academic excellence. With a focus on protein folding, misfolding diseases, and bio-nanotechnology, he continues to pave the way for innovative solutions to pressing global health challenges, ensuring a lasting impact on scientific inquiry and societal well-being.

Notable Publications

Development of microbial desalination cells for the treatment of reverse osmosis reject water: A new benchtop approach 2024

Insights into the dynamic interactions of RNase a and osmolytes through computational approaches 2023 (1)

Optical Band Gap Enhancements of Chemically Synthesized a-Ni (OH)2 nanoparticles by a Novel Technique: Precipitator Molarity Variation 2022 (1)

Does COVID-19 lockdowns have impacted on global dengue burden? A special focus to India 2022 (13)

The interaction analysis between human serum albumin with chlorpyrifos and its derivatives through sub-atomic docking and molecular dynamics simulation techniques 2022 (1)

 

Amutha Swaminathan | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Amutha Swaminathan | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Avinashilingam institute for Higher Education for Women | India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Amutha Swaminathan embarked on her academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Botany, followed by a Master's and M.Phil. She culminated her academic pursuits with a Ph.D. from the University of Madras, Chennai, India, focusing on the isolation of anthocyanins and their anticancer properties.

Professional Endeavors

With a strong foundation in academia, Dr. Amutha ventured into various professional roles, including research fellowships, lecturer positions, and her current role as an Assistant Professor at the Avinashilingam Institute of Home Science and Higher Education for Women. Her tenure includes stints at esteemed institutions such as the Indian Institute of Technology Madras.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Amutha's research focuses on diverse areas such as DNA isolation and quantification, fermentation of bacterial cultures, enzyme assays, and molecular diagnostic techniques. Her expertise spans across plant biotechnology, microbiology, molecular biology, pharmacology, fungal biotechnology, virology, and cancer biology.

Accolades and Recognition

Throughout her academic and professional journey, Dr. Swaminathan has garnered prestigious awards, including the PROF. R. KALYANASUNDARAM MEMORIAL PRIZE for Best Thesis , Junior Research Fellowships and Senior Research Fellow funded by the University Grant Commission.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Swaminathan's contributions extend beyond her research endeavors. She has conducted numerous workshops, seminars, and training programs, fostering knowledge exchange and skill development among students and peers. Her publications in reputed journals reflect her commitment to advancing scientific knowledge.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Swaminathan's legacy lies in her multifaceted contributions to academia, research, and community engagement. With her ongoing projects and collaborations, she continues to inspire future generations of scientists and contribute significantly to the fields of botany, biotechnology, and cancer research.

Notable Publications

Functional characterization of promiscuous tryptophan decarboxylase from indole alkaloids producing Rauvolfia tetraphylla L. 2024

In vitro seed culture optimization of Cynanchum tunicatum (Retz.) Alston using Response Surface Methodology 2023

In vitro propagation, qualitative phytochemical analysis and antioxidant activity of Ruta chalapensis L. 2014 (1)

In vitro callus induction and comparative antimicrobial activity of wild plant and callus of a medicinal plant Mukia maderaspatana (L.) Cogn 2013 (3)

 

 

Jairus Nandwa | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Jairus Nandwa | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Israel

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Early Academic Pursuits

Mr. Jairus Nandwa's academic journey commenced with a Bachelor's in Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology from The Technical University of Mombasa, Kenya. He pursued his passion further with a Master's in Biosciences from COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan, where he delved into cancer genetics. Currently, he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Genetics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, focusing on circular RNAs, SNORDs, and miRNAs in cancer under the guidance of Professor Ruth Sperling.

Professional Endeavors

Jairus has garnered diverse professional experiences, from his tenure as a Laboratory Analyst at the Regional Veterinary Investigation Laboratory, Kenya, to his role as the Head of Public Needs Research at the Integrated Cancer Research Foundation of Kenya. He has contributed significantly to cancer education and research, both as a volunteer and in leadership positions, demonstrating his commitment to advancing cancer management in Kenya.

Contributions and Research Focus

With a strong background in biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology, Jairus has dedicated his research efforts to elucidating the roles of non-coding RNAs in gene expression regulation, tumor microenvironment, biomarker discovery, and DNA repair mechanisms. His research spans both experimental and computational domains, aiming to unravel the complexities of cancer genetics and improve therapeutic strategies.

Accolades and Recognition

Jairus's contributions to the field of cancer genetics have been recognized internationally. He has been awarded prestigious scholarships, including the Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship, and has received honors for his academic achievements. Additionally, his research publications in reputable journals underscore his growing influence in the scientific community.

Impact and Influence

Through his research, leadership roles, and volunteer activities, Jairus has made a significant impact on cancer education, awareness, and research in Kenya. His work has contributed to the understanding of cancer pathogenesis and has paved the way for innovative approaches to cancer management and treatment.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As Jairus continues his doctoral studies and pursues his research interests in cancer genetics, he aims to leave a lasting legacy in the field through groundbreaking discoveries and transformative contributions. His multidisciplinary approach, coupled with his passion for scientific inquiry, positions him as a promising leader in cancer research with the potential to drive positive change in the global fight against cancer.

Notable Publications

miR-4716–3p and the target AKT2 Gene/rs2304186 SNP are associated with blood cancer pathogenesis in Pakistani population 2024

In silico analysis of RPS4X (X-linked ribosomal protein) with active components from black seed (Nigella sativa) for potential treatment of multiple sclerosis 2024

Therapeutic capability of selected medicinal plants' bioactive constituents against the mutant ovarian TP53 gene; a computational approach 2023

Targeting allosteric sites on PDK-1 and PLK-1 with bioactive compounds from Daucus carota as a potential therapy for triple-negative breast cancer 2023

 

 

 

 

Jairus Nandwa | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Jairus Nandwa | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Israel

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Early Academic Pursuits

Mr. Jairus Nandwa embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor of Technology in Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology from The Technical University of Mombasa, Kenya. He further pursued a Master of Science in Biosciences at COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Genetics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, focusing on circular RNAs, SNORDS, and miRNAs in cancer under the guidance of Professor Ruth Sperling.

Professional Endeavors

With a robust academic background, Mr. Nandwa engaged in various research experiences, including his role as a Graduate Student/Research Student at the Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics Lab, COMSATS University, Pakistan. He also served as a Laboratory Analyst during his BTech internship at the Regional Veterinary Investigation Laboratory, Kenya.

Contributions and Research Focus

Mr. Nandwa's research interests span non-coding RNAs in gene expression regulation, tumor microenvironment, biomarker/therapeutic discovery, DNA repair mechanisms, and biological data analysis. He has authored several publications and presented his research at esteemed conferences globally.

Accolades and Recognition

His notable publications include research on miRNA-4716–3p and its association with blood cancer pathogenesis, earning recognition in Non-Coding RNA Research. He has also received awards such as the Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship and First Class Honors in BTech Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Impact and Influence

Mr. Nandwa's contributions extend beyond academia, with leadership roles in cancer education initiatives and community service engagements. His research and volunteer efforts demonstrate a commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and addressing societal challenges.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As Mr. Nandwa continues his doctoral studies and research pursuits, his dedication to understanding the intricacies of cancer biology and contributing to innovative solutions positions him as a promising researcher in the field of genetics. His leadership, academic achievements, and community impact foreshadow a legacy of scientific excellence and social responsibility.

Notable Publications

miR-4716–3p and the target AKT2 Gene/rs2304186 SNP are associated with blood cancer pathogenesis in Pakistani population 2024

In silico analysis of RPS4X (X-linked ribosomal protein) with active components from black seed (Nigella sativa) for potential treatment of multiple sclerosis 2024

Therapeutic capability of selected medicinal plants' bioactive constituents against the mutant ovarian TP53 gene; a computational approach 2023

Targeting allosteric sites on PDK-1 and PLK-1 with bioactive compounds from Daucus carota as a potential therapy for triple-negative breast cancer 2023

 

 

 

Mary-Ann Mbong Angie | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Mary-Ann Mbong Angie | Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology | Best Researcher Award

University of Yaounde I | Cameroon

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Mary-Ann Mbong Angie's academic journey began with her Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry, specializing in Food Biochemistry, at the University of Yaounde I. She furthered her studies with a Master's equivalent (DEA) and a Maîtrise in Biochemistry, focusing on Food Biochemistry. Her thirst for knowledge led her to pursue a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at the same institution, where she delved into nutritional biochemistry.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Angie's professional career is deeply rooted in academia. She started as a part-time lecturer at the University of Yaounde I while conducting research at the Laboratory of Nutrition and Nutritional Biochemistry. Over the years, she progressed to roles such as Lecturer and Senior Lecturer, contributing significantly to the Department of Biochemistry. Currently, she serves as an Associate Professor in Biochemistry at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Angie is an expert in functional foods for managing non-communicable diseases, nutritional epidemiology, and food biochemistry. Her research focuses on valorizing Cameroonian foods for disease management, particularly in standardizing extracts for selling as food supplements. She evaluates the efficacy of these supplements in combating oxidative stress-related degenerative diseases.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Angie's contributions to academia and research have earned her notable recognition. She received the Feminine Academic Excellence Award from the Ministry of Higher Education, Cameroon, and was honored with the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Research Grant at Yale School of Medicine. Additionally, she was awarded the Eugen Ionescu Doctoral Research Scholarship at the Oncologic Institute, Cluj Napoca, Romania.

Impact and Influence

Through her teaching and research, Dr. Angie has made a significant impact on her students and the scientific community. Her expertise in biochemistry, coupled with her fluency in multiple languages, has allowed her to collaborate with diverse teams globally. Her research on functional foods and nutritional epidemiology has the potential to improve public health, particularly in Cameroon and Africa.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Angie's legacy lies in her dedication to serving her community through education and research. Her efforts in promoting Cameroonian foods for health benefits and her contributions to understanding the link between nutrition and disease will continue to shape the future of biochemistry and nutritional science. As she continues her academic journey, Dr. Angie aims to further her impact by expanding her research and mentoring the next generation of scientists.

Notable Publications

Phytochemical characterization and assessment of antitumor activity of the aqueous extract of Acmella caulirhiza in female Wistar rats induced by 7,12 dimethylbenz (a) anthracene 2024 

The ethanolic extract of Aframomum angustifolium seeds protects against tamoxifen-induced side effects in rats with breast cancer 2023

The effects of Dyglomera Ⓡ (dichrostachys glomerata extract) on body fat percentage and body weight: a randomized, double- blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial 2023

Sub-acute toxicity study of the aqueous extract from leaves and flowers of Acmella caulirhiza on female albino Wistar rats 2023 (1)

Malnutrition, Eating Habits, Food Consumption, and Risk Factors of Malnutrition among Students at the University of Maroua, Cameroon 2022 (2)

 

Hack-Youn Kim | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Best Research Award

Prof. Hack-Youn Kim | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Best Research Award

Kongju National University | South Korea

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Early Academic Pursuits

Prof. Hack-Youn Kim embarked on his academic journey by earning a Bachelor's, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees in Food Science and Biotechnology of Animal Resources from Konkuk University in Seoul, Republic of Korea. This comprehensive education laid the foundation for his future endeavors in the realm of food science.

Professional Endeavors

Prof. Kim's professional journey commenced as an Assistant Professor at Kongju National University in Chungnam, Republic of Korea, where he delved into meat science, functional meat product development, and fermented meat product research. He later expanded his horizons as a Research Professor at the University of Hawaii, delving deeper into similar areas of expertise. Returning to Kongju National University, he progressed through the ranks from Associate Professor to Full Professor, solidifying his expertise and leadership in the field.

Contributions and Research Focus

Prof. Kim's research primarily revolves around meat science, functional meat products, and fermented meat products. His work focuses on understanding the physicochemical properties, sensory attributes, and microbiological aspects of various meat products, contributing to advancements in food technology and product development. His research has led to numerous publications in prestigious journals, shedding light on topics ranging from proteolysis in dry-cured ham to quality properties of meat emulsion systems.

Accolades and Recognition

Prof. Kim's contributions have garnered recognition, as evidenced by his publication in SCIE journals and his appointment as Vice Dean at Kongju National University. His dedication to education, research, and leadership has earned him esteem in the academic and scientific communities.

Impact and Influence

Prof. Kim's work has had a tangible impact on the field of food science, particularly in the domain of meat products. His research outcomes contribute to the development of innovative food technologies, ensuring the production of high-quality and nutritious meat products for consumers worldwide.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Prof. Kim's legacy lies in his substantial contributions to meat science and his mentorship of future generations of researchers. His continued dedication to advancing food science and biotechnology promises further breakthroughs in the field, shaping the future of meat production and consumption.

Notable Publications

Proteolysis of dry-cured ham according to the type and temperature of starter mixed with Debaryomyces hansenii and Penicillium nalgiovense 2024

Innovative texture-improving fermented sausages prepared by refining waste seawater: Physicochemical and histological properties 2023

Identification of Optimal Fermentation Temperature for Dry-Fermented Sausage Using Strains Isolated from Korean Fermented Foods 2023 (3)

Physicochemical property analysis of lyophilized fresh, wet-, and dry-aged beef powders: Application of dry-aged beef crust as a food additive 2023 (4)

 

 

Samer Younes | Nutrients and Nutrition | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Samer Younes | Nutrients and Nutrition | Best Researcher Award

Department of Pharmacy Tartous University | Syria

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Samer Younes demonstrated a keen interest in academic excellence from the outset, pursuing continuous learning and growth. Throughout his academic journey, he exhibited a strong work ethic by embracing challenges, taking on additional responsibilities in school projects, volunteering in the community, and actively seeking internships to augment his skills and knowledge.

Professional Endeavors

Following completion of his Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy from Tartous University, Dr. Samer Younes ventured into the professional realm, assuming the role of a Pharmacist at Ghadeer Pharmacy. His responsibilities included prescription processing, distribution of medicines, addressing patient queries, and ensuring compliance with regulatory pharmacy laws. Additionally, he engaged in impactful internships, notably contributing to the campaign against COVID-19 and volunteering with UNICEF.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Younes' contributions extend beyond his professional endeavors, as evidenced by his publications focusing on various aspects of healthcare and nutrition. His research delves into topics such as the impact of micronutrients on taste, the role of nutrients in diabetes treatment, and preoperative considerations for diabetic patients undergoing bariatric surgery. Through his work, he aims to advance understanding in the field of healthcare and contribute to improved patient outcomes.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Samer Younes has received recognition for his academic and professional achievements. His contributions to research have resulted in publications in reputable journals, showcasing his expertise and dedication to advancing knowledge in healthcare and pharmacy.

Impact and Influence

Through his diligent work ethic and commitment to excellence, Dr. Younes has made a significant impact on both academic and professional fronts. His research contributions have the potential to influence healthcare practices, particularly in the realms of nutrition, diabetes management, and preoperative care for diabetic patients.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Samer Younes' legacy lies in his pursuit of knowledge and his dedication to making meaningful contributions to the field of healthcare. With a strong foundation in pharmacy and a commitment to research, he is poised to continue making significant strides in improving patient care and advancing the understanding of healthcare-related issues. His future contributions are anticipated to further enrich the field and benefit society as a whole.

Notable Publications

The role of micronutrients on the treatment of diabetes 2024

The impact of micronutrients on the sense of taste 2024

The efficacy of a 24-hour preoperative pause for SGLT2-inhibitors in type II diabetes patients undergoing bariatric surgery to mitigate euglycemic diabetic ketoacidosis 2024

The Impact of Nutrients on Diabetes 2024

 

 

 

 

Alessandra Silva Araújo | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Mrs. Alessandra Silva Araújo | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Federal University of Pernambuco | Brazil

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Mrs. Alessandra Silva Araújo embarked on her academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition from the Federal University of Pernambuco, followed by a Master's degree in Nutrition with a focus on the preparation of chitosan nanoparticles for food preservation. She further pursued a PhD in Nutrition, emphasizing the microencapsulation of probiotics using natural polymers. Her educational background also includes a postgraduate degree in Environmental Management and a degree in Chemistry, showcasing her interdisciplinary approach to learning.

Professional Endeavors

With a diverse skill set, Mrs. Araújo has contributed significantly to various industries. She gained extensive experience in the beer industry, working for ten years at AMBEV in beer production, quality management, and industrial asepsis. Additionally, she has experience in biscuit manufacturing, having worked for six years at the MDias Branco group, where she coordinated manufacturing and packaging operations, ensuring adherence to Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP, and quality control standards.

Contributions and Research Focus

Mrs. Araújo's research focuses on innovative applications of nanotechnology in the field of nutrition. Her work includes the development of chitosan nanoparticles for food preservation and the microencapsulation of probiotics using natural polymers. Through her expertise in nutritional biochemistry and chemistry, she has made significant contributions to scientific literature, with publications in both journals and event proceedings.

Accolades and Recognition

Mrs. Araújo's contributions to the field have been recognized through numerous accolades and presentations at various conferences, seminars, and congresses. Her research has been published in reputable scientific journals and event proceedings, highlighting the impact of her work on advancing knowledge in the field of nutrition.

Impact and Influence

Mrs. Araújo's research has the potential to revolutionize food preservation and nutritional supplementation through the use of innovative nanotechnological approaches. Her interdisciplinary background and extensive industry experience equip her with a unique perspective to address complex challenges in the field, making her a prominent figure in the intersection of nutrition, nanotechnology, and food science.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Mrs. Araújo's legacy lies in her commitment to advancing knowledge and innovation in nutrition and food science. Her research not only contributes to academic scholarship but also has practical implications for improving food safety and nutritional quality. Moving forward, she aims to continue her interdisciplinary research, bridging the gap between academia and industry to develop sustainable solutions for food preservation and nutritional supplementation.

Notable Publications

Microencapsulação de Lacticaseibacillus: Uma revisão sistemática 2023

Avaliação do conhecimento de universitários de Vitória de Santo Antão sobre a sífilis 2022

Chitosan hydrochloride-gum Arabic-passion fruit seed oil nanoparticle edible coating to control fungal infection and maintain quality parameters of strawberries 2024 

Ultrasound pretreatment application in dehydration: its influence on the microstructure, antioxidant activity and carotenoid retention of biofortified Beauregard sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas Lam) 2021 (3)