SUDHAKAR. B Professor

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  • Department of Biotechnology
  • School of Life Sciences
  • baluchamy@yahoo.com

Academic Activity

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Educational Qualification (UG,PG & Higher Order)

S.No Degree Subject/Title of thesis University/Board Year of Passing
1 PhD Molecular Biology / Characterization of Cyclin E from Bombyx mori and a cyclin homolog from Bombyx mori nuclear Polyhedrosis virus (BmNPV) Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore 2000
2 MSc Biotechnology Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU), Madurai 1993
3 BSc Botany, Zoology, Chemistry The American College, Madurai 1991

Area of Specializaion

Cancer Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Epigenetics

Awards / Prizes Conferred

S.No Name / Title of the Award Type Name of the Agency conferred the Award Year of the Award Amount for Cash Award
1 U.S. Gramm Travel Award INTERNATIONAL Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center of Northwestern University-Chicago-USA 2002 0
2 U.S. Army Breast Cancer Training Fellowship INTERNATIONAL U.S. ARMY USAMRMC-USA 2001 0
3 CSIR-UGC Fellowship NATIONAL CSIR-INDIA 1994 0
4 MSc Biotechnology Fellowship NATIONAL DBT-INDIA 1991 0

Teaching Experience

S.No Designation Department/Centre Institution
1 Professor Biotechnology Pondicherry University
2 Reader/Associate Professor Biotechnology Pondicherry University

Research Experience

S.No Designation Department/Centre Institution Area of Research
1 Professor Biotechnology Pondicherry Central University Cancer Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Epigenetics
2 Reader/Associate Professor Biotechnology Pondicherry Central University Cancer Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Epigenetics
3 Associate Professor-Research Biotechnology & Biomedical Sciences Norfolk State University- Virginia, USA Radiation Biology & Nanobiotechnology
4 Senior Research Specialist Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics, Medicine University of Illinois at Chicago-USA Cancer & Stem Cell Biology
5 Research Associate Microbiology & Immunology Northwestern University Medical School- Chicago-USA Cancer Biology

Industry Experience

S.No Designation Company/Corporate Nature of Work

Contribution towards Innovation

S.No Name of the Work/Contribution Specialization Remarks
1 Designed a new syllabus on Stem cell biology for MSc Biotechnology program syllabus Stem cell biology For teaching

Patent Details

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Papers Published in UGC Approved Journals

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Papers Published in Peer Reviewed Journals

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1 CREB acts as a common transcription factor for major epigenetic repressors; DNMT3B, EZH2, CUL4B and E2F6. Ashok C, Selvam M, Ponne S, Parcha P, Raja M and Baluchamy S*. Medical Oncology. 37:68 2020 3.2
2 De novo methyltransferases: Potential players in diseases and new directions for targeted therapy. Ponne S, Selvam M, Ashok C, Srijyothi L and Baluchamy S*. Biochimie 176:85-102 2020 3.4
3 A feedback regulation of CREB activation through the CUL4A and ERK signaling. Ashok C, Owais S, Srijyothi L, Selvam M, Ponne S and Baluchamy S*. Medical Oncology. 36(2): 20 2019 3.2
4 N-terminal truncations of human bHLH transcription factor Twist1 leads to the formation of aggresomes. Govindarajalu G, Selvam M, Elango P and Baluchamy S *. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 439(1-2): 75-85 2018 2.9
5 mir-181a-2 down regulates the E3 Ubiquitin ligase Cul4A transcripts and promotes cell proliferation. Bandi V and Baluchamy S *. Medical Oncology. 34(8):146 2017 3.2
6 Identification of a novel leukemic specific splice variant of DNMT3B and its stability. Singh P, Sarvagalla S, Elango P, Mohane C and Baluchamy S* Medical Oncology. 34(8):145 2017 3.2
7 Cullin 4A and 4B ubiquitin ligases interact with γ-tubulin and induce its polyubiquitination. Thirunavukarasou A, Govindarajalu G, Singh P, Bandi V, Muthu K and Baluchamy S *. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 401(1-2):219-28 2015 2.9
8 E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Cullin4B Mediated Polyubiquitination of p53 for its Degradation. Thirunavukarasou A, Singh P, Govindarajalu G, Bandi V and Baluchamy S*. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 390(1-2): 93-100 2014 2.9
9 Differential effects of epigenetic modifiers on the expansion and maintenance of human cord blood stem/progenitor cells. Mahmud N, Petro B, Baluchamy S, Li X, Taioli S, Lavelle D, Quigley J, Suphangul M, Araki K. Biology of Blood and Marrow Transplantation. 20(4):480-489 2014 3.6
10 Reactive Oxygen Species Mediated Tissue Damage in High Energy Proton Irradiated Mouse Brain. Baluchamy S, Ravi P, Ramesh V, He Z, Zhang Y, Hall J, Jejelowo, Gridley S, Wu H, Ramesh G. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 360(1-2): 189-95 2012 2.9
11 Pulmonary biocompatibility assessment of inhaled single-wall and multiwall carbon nanotubes in BALB/c mice. Ravi P, Baluchamy S, Gopikrishnan R, Biradar S, Ramesh V, Goornavar V,Thomas R, Wilson B, Jeffers R, Hall J, Ramesh G. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC) 286 (34): 29725-29733 2011 4.2
12 Calcium carbonate nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization and Biocompatibility. Birdar S, Ravi P, Gopikrishnan R, Goornavar V, Hall J, Ramesh V, JeffersR, Baluchamy S, Jeffers R, Ramesh G. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. 11(8): 6868-6874 2011 1.4
13 Epitaxial growth of the Zinc oxide nanorods, their characterization and in vitro biocompatibility studies. Gopikrishnan R, Zhang K, Ravi P, Biradar S, Ramesh V, Goornavar V, Jeffers R, Pradhan A, Hall J, Baluchamy S, Ramesh G. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine . 22(10): 2301-2309 2011 2.5
14 Synthesis, characterization and biocompatibility studies of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanorods for biomedical application. Gopikrishnan R, Zhang K, Ravi P, Baluchamy S, Ramesh V, Biradar S, Ramesh P, Pradhan J, Hall J, Pradhan AK and Ramesh G. Nano-Micro Letters. 2(1): 31-36 2010 9
15 Multiwalled carbon nanotubes activate NF-κB and AP-1 signaling pathways to induce apoptosis in rat lung epithelial cells. Ravi P, Baluchamy S, Sadanandan B, Gopikrishnan R, Biradar S, Ramesh V, Hall J, Ramesh G. Apoptosis 15 (12): 1507-1516 2010 4
16 Differential oxidative stress gene expression profile in mouse brain after proton exposure. Baluchamy S, Zhang Y, Ravi P, Ramesh V, Sodipe A, Hall J, Jejelowo, Gridley S, Wu H, Ramesh G. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Animal 46(8): 718-25 2010 1.5
17 Expression profile of DNA damage signaling genes in 2 Gy proton exposed mouse brain. Baluchamy S, Zhang Y, Ravi P, Ramesh V, Sodipe A, Hall J, Jejelowo O, Gridley D Wu H, Ramesh G. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 341(1-2): 207-15 2010 2.9
18 Induction of cell death through alteration of oxidants and antioxidants in lung epithelial cells exposed to high energy protons. Baluchamy S, Ravi P, Periakarupan A, Vani R, Hall J, Zhan Y, Gridle S, Wu H, Ramesh G. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC). 285 (32): 24769-74 2010 4.2
19 p300 provides a corepressor function by cooperating with YY1 and HDAC3 to repress c- Myc. Sankar N, Baluchamy S, Kadeppagari R, Singhal G, Weitzman S and Thimmapaya B. Oncogene 25 (43): 5717-28 2008 6.6
20 Cord blood stem cell expansion is permissive to epigenetic regulation and environmental cues. Araki H, Baluchamy S, Yosinaga K, Petro B, Petiwala S, Parajuli R, Milheim M, Lavelle D, Desimone J, Mahmud N. Experimental Hematology 37 (9): 1084-95 2008 2.4
21 Relationship between E1A binding to cellular proteins c-Myc activation and S phase induction. Baluchamy S, Sankar N, Navaraj A, Moran E, and Thimmapaya B. Oncogene 1 (5): 781-7 2007 6.6
22 Effects of Depletion of p300 and CBP on c-Myc regulation and G1-S Transition Rajabi H*, Baluchamy S*, Kolli S, Nag A, Srinivas R, Raychaudhuri P and Thimmapaya B. Journal of Biological Chemistry (JBC). 280 (1): 361- 374 2005 4.2
23 Characterization of a cyclin homolog from Bombyx mori nuclear polyhedrosis virus (BmNPV). Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. Virus Research 108 (1): 69- 81 2005 2.7
24 Repression of c-Myc and inhibition of G1 exit in cells conditionally overexpressing p300 that is not dependent on its histone acetyltransferase activi Baluchamy S, Rajabi H, Thimmapaya R, Navaraj A and Thimmapaya B Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, (PNAS). 100 (16): 9524-9529 2003 9.7
25 Expression of cyclin E in endomitotic silk-gland cells from mulberry silkworm. Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. Gene 257 (1): 77-85 2000 2.6

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

S.No Title Name of the Authors as per the order in Paper Details of Conference Publication Page Nos. Year
1 Importance of PWWP domain and sumoylation in the stability of DNMT3B protein(s). Murugan S and Baluchamy S. IAARHIES International Conference. Mumbai, Sep 10-11 0 2019
2 Identification of novel mutant K-RAS (G12D, G13D, Q61H) inhibitors; A virtual screening & Molecular dynamics simulations. Owais S, Ashok C, Ponne S and Baluchamy S. IAARHIES International Conference. Mumbai, Sep 10-11, 0 2019
3 Ubiquitin Ligase Cullin 4A and 4B interact with g-tubulin and induce Polyubiquitination. Thiunavukarasou A and Baluchamy S International Symposium on Current Advances in Radiobiology, Stem Cells and Cancer Research. JNU, New Delhi. Feb 19-21 0 2015
4 Functional role of Specific mi-RNA(s) on predicted target genes. Bandi V and Baluchamy S. 9th Indo Global summit on Cancer therapy. Hyderabad. Nov 02-04 0 2015
5 Mapping the Minimal Promoter Region and the Identification of Transcriptional Regulator(s) for E3 Ligase Cullin 4B gene. Ashok C and Baluchamy S International Symposium MCB75: from Molecules to Organism, Dept. of Microbiology and Cell Biology, Indian Institute of Science, (IISc) Bangalore. Dec 11-14 0 2015
6 Identification of a Novel DNMT3B spice variant and its function role. Prachi Singh and Baluchamy S. International Conference on Chemical Biology, IICT Hyderabad, India 0 2014
7 Ubiquitin Ligase CULLIN 4A and 4B interact with Tubulin and induce Polyubiquitination. T. Anand and Baluchamy S. International Conference on Chemical Biology, IICT Hyderabad, India 0 2014
8 Expression profile of DNA damage signaling genes in 2Gy proton exposed mouse. Goornavar V, Baluchamy S, Gridley S, Wu H, Ramesh G. 64th International Astronautical congress (IAC). Space Life Science Symposium (AI) Beijng, China. Sep 23-27 0 2013
9 Role(s) of Histone Demethylase (KDM6A/B) in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Development and Leukemic Cell Lines. Prachi Singh and Baluchamy S. 4th International Conference on Stem Cells and Cancer (ICSCC-2013): Proliferation, Differentiation and Apoptosis. Haffkine Institute, Parel, Mumbai, India 0 2013
10 p53 Degradation via polyubiquitination by E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Cullin 4A/B. T. Anand and Baluchamy S. 4th International Conference on Stem Cells and Cancer (ICSCC-2013): Proliferation, Differentiation and Apoptosis. Haffkine Institute, Parel, Mumbai, India. 0 2013
11 Roles of MicroRNAs (miRNAs) during Hematopoietic Stem Cell Development. Venkateswarlu Bandi and Baluchamy S. 4th International Conference on Stem Cells and Cancer (ICSCC-2013): Proliferation, Differentiation and Apoptosis. Haffkine Institute, Parel, Mumbai, India. 0 2013
12 E3 ubiquitin ligase cullin 4A& B mediate p53 poly ubiquitination. Anand T and Baluchamy S. Symposium on science for shaping the future of India. ISCA-Pondicherry Chapter, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry 0 2013
13 Histone Demethylases: Current perspectives. Prachi Singh and Baluchamy S. Symposium on science for shaping the future of India. ISCA-Pondicherry Chapter, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry 0 2013
14 FoxO Mediated Cell Cycle Regulation in Hematopoietic Stem Cell in Response to Oxidative Stress. Prachi Singh and Baluchamy S. 3rd International conference on stem cells and cancer-2012, Dr. RML Hospital, New Delhi, India 0 2012
15 Oxidative stress mediated DNA damage and cell death in proton exposed mouse brain. Baluchamy S, Ravi P, Vani R, Ye Z, Hall J, Jejelo O, Gridley D, Wu H and Ramesh G. Radiation Research Society 56th Annual Meeting, Maui, Hawaii, USA 0 2010
16 Valproic Acid Results In Maintenance but Not Expansion of Transplantable Hematopoietic Stem Cells From Human Umbilical Cord Blood. Araki H, Baluchamy S, Petro B, Baig M, Suhangul M, Quigley J, Katayama N and Mahmud N. American Society of Hematology Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, USA 0 2010
17 Possible Epigenetic Regulation of Functionally Opposing Groups of Genes Involved in Ex-vivo Expansion of Cord Blood Stem Cells. Baluchamy S, Petro B, Araki H., Valrie L, and Mahmud N. American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting. San Francisco, California. USA. 0 2008
18 Expansion of Cord Blood Stem cells Mediated by Epigenetic Mechanisms Remain Permissive to External Environmental Cues. Araki H, Kazumi Y, Baluchamy S, Petro B, Lavelle D, Desimone J, Katayama N and Mahmud N. American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting. San Francisco, California. USA. 0 2008
19 Characterization of Ex Vivo Expanded Cord Blood Graft Treated with Chromatin Modifying Agents for Potential Clinical Use. Kazumi Y, Mahmud D, Baluchamy S, Ritesh P, Araki H, Valrie L, Rondeli D, Mahmud N. American Society of Hematology (ASH) Meeting. Georgia, USA 0 2007
20 In quiescent cells the E1A binding protein p300 provides an essential adaptor function to bridge YY1 and HDAC3 in repressing c-Myc Sankar N, Baluchamy S and Thimmapaya B. DNA Tumor Virus Meeting. Salk Institute. La Jolla, California, USA 0 2006
21 Conditional overexpression of p300 in mammalian cells leads to downregulation of c-Myc and inhibition of G1 exit. Baluchamy S, Rajabi H, Navaraj A and Thimmapaya B. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cell Cycle Meeting. New York, USA 0 2002
22 Cells Depleted of Either p300 OR CBP Enter S Phase Prematurely But die of Apoptosis upon Serum Stimulation. Rajabi H, Baluchamy S and Bayar Thimmapaya B. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Cell Cycle Meeting. New York, USA 0 2002
23 Cells depleted of either p300 or CBP enter S phase prematurely but die of apoptosis. Rajabi H, Baluchamy S and Thimmapaya B. Molecular Biology of the DNA Tumor Viruses. Wisconsin-Madison, USA 0 2002
24 Conditional overexpression of p300 in Rat-1 cells leads to inhibition of c-Myc and delayed S-phase entry. Baluchamy S, Reierstad S and Thimmapaya B. International conference on 17th Annual Meeting on Oncogenes: Cancer Cell Signal Transduction. Frederick, MD, USA 0 2001
25 Conditional overexpression of p300 in Rat-1 cells leads to inhibition of c-Myc and delayed S-phase entry. Thimmapaya B and Baluchamy S. DNA Tumor Virus Meeting: DNA Tumor Viruses and Cell Cycle Regulation in Cancer. Churchill College, Cambridge, England 0 2001
26 Cyclin E from Bombyx mori and a cyclin homolog from Bombyx mori nuclear polyhedrosis virus. Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. International conference on Transcription Assembly and Nucleic acid Protein Interactions.IISc, Bangalore, India 0 1999
27 Characterization of cyclin E from mulberry silkworm. Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. All India Cell Biology Conference. Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology,Thiruvananthapuram, India 0 1999
28 Identification and characterization of a cell cycle gene from Bombyx mori. Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. All India Cell Biology Conference. IISc, Bangalore, India 0 1997
29 Identification and characterization of a cell cycle gene from Bombyx mori. Baluchamy S and Gopinathan K. P. Society of Biological Chemists (SBC). IISc, Bangalore, India 0 1996

Books

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Chapters in Books

S.No Title of the Chapters Name of the Authors Title of the Book Publisher Year ISBN No.
1 Roles of Non-coding RNAs in Transcriptional Regulation Loudu Srijyothi, Saravanaraman Ponne, Talukdar Prathama, Cheemala Ashok and Sudhakar Baluchamy Transcriptional and Post transcriptional Regulation IntechOpen 2018 978-1-78923-792-4
2 An overview on toxic nanoparticles and their interactions with microbial cells Prakash G, Meyappan V, Thirunavukarasou A, Baluchamy S, Suresh AK Co-Relating Metallic Nanoparticle Characteristics and Bacterial Toxicity Springer 2015 ISBN: 978-3-319-16796-1
3 Nanoparticle Polymer-Based Engineered Nanoconstructs for Targeted Cancer Therapeutics Thirunavukarasou A, Baluchamy S, Suresh AK Handbook of Polymers for Pharmaceutical Technologies, Bioactive and Compatible Synthetic/Hybrid Polymers John Wiley & Sons 2015 978-1-119-04146-7

Edited Books

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Ongoing Projects

S.No Title of the Project Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year
1 Characterization of DNA Methyltransferase 3B (DNMT3B) and its Oncogenic Variants. SERB 3 years 42.3 2019

Ongoing Consultancy Works

S.No Title of the Consultancy Work Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year

Completed Projects

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1 Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of Potential Peptidomimic Inhibitors for β-Secretase (BACE1) Enzyme of Neurodegenerative Alzheimer’s Disease. SERB 4 9.6 2018
2 Establishing the Role of Histone Lysine Methyltransferase (HKMT) Enhancer of Zeste Homolog 2 (EZH2) in Chronic Myeloid Leukemic Cancer through Real Time RT-PCR Approach DBT 3 years 25 2015
3 Investigation of differentially expressed ubiquitin ligases during cord blood stem cell Development. SERB 4 years 53 2013
4 Epigenetic Regulation of Genes Responsible for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Expansion and Cell Cycle Regulation. DST-SERB 3 years 25 2012
5 Identification of Biomarkers in Carbon Nanotubes exposure: Real time RT-PCR Approach. UGC 3 years 8.6 2011

Completed Consultancy Works

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Career Guidance Offered to students

S.No Name of the Scheme No. of Students Competitive Examinations/ Career Counseling No. of Students Passed No. of Students Placed

List of capability enhancement such as Soft skill development, Remedial coaching, Language lab,
Bridge courses, Yoga, Meditation, Personal Counselling and Mentoring etc.,

S.No Name of the Programme/Scheme Date of Implementation No. of Students Enrolled Agencies Involved

Research Guidance - PG

S.No Year Degree No. of Students Awarded Department/Centre
1 2021 M.SC 3 Biotechnology
2 2020 M.SC 2 Biotechnology
3 2019 M.SC 1 Biotechnology
4 2018 M.SC 2 Biotechnology
5 2017 M.SC 1 Biotechnology
6 2016 M.SC 2 Biotechnology
7 2015 M.SC 2 Biotechnology
8 2014 M.SC 2 Biotechnology
9 2013 M.SC 3 Biotechnology
10 2012 M.SC 4 Biotechnology
11 2011 M.SC 2 Biotechnology

Research Guidance - Ph.D

S.No Student Name Registration Date Registration No. Thesis Title Thesis Submitted Status Thesis Submitted Date Vivavoce Completed Status Date Awarded
1 Prachi Singh 29-07-2011 PU/CE/E9/PHD/2011-12/ Identification and characterization of a novel DNA methyltransferase 3B (DNMT3B) splice variant from human cancer cell lines YES 09-08-2017 YES 12-11-2018
2 Sheikh Owais Mohamad 20-08-2013 1300103008 “Effect of variants of K-RAS on the expression of epigenetic regulators and in silico identification of small molecules to inhibit K-RAS signaling” YES 12-02-2021 NO
3 Loudu SriJyothi 09-08-2016 1600103004 Effect of DNMT3B variants in differentiation NO NO
4 Cheemala Ashok 09-08-2012 1200103006 Transcriptional Regulation of Epigenetic Repressors; DNMT3B, EZH2, CUL4B and E2F6 YES 13-02-2019 YES 14-10-2019
5 S. Murugan 06-08-2014 1400103011 Characterization of DNMTB stability NO NO
6 Venkateshwarlu Bandi 06-08-2012 PU/CE/E9/PHD/2013-14/806 Functional Characterization of Selected Cancer Specific microRNAs (miRNAs) YES 10-01-2018 YES 22-01-2019
7 T. Anand 01-08-2011 PU/CE/E9/PHD/2011-12/ Functional characterization of E3 ubiquitin ligase Cullin 4A/4B in leukemic and Hematopoietic Stem cells. YES 01-08-2014 YES 17-02-2015
8 G. Gokulapriya 01-08-2011 PU/CE/E9/PHD/2011-12/ Molecular and Cellular Characterization of Wild Type and Deletion Mutants of Basic Helix Loop Helix Transcription Factor Twist1: Gene Expression and Sub-cellular Localization Studies YES 18-07-2017 YES 08-10-2018

Research Guidance - Post Doctoral

S.No Scholar Name Designation Funding Agency Fellowship Title Year of Joining Year of Completion
1 Ponne Saravanaraman Post doc DST-SERB NPDF 2017 2019
2 Ponne Saravanaraman Post doc SERB NPDF 16-08-2019 09-07-2021

Financial assistance availed to attend conferences / workshops and to pay membership fee
of professional bodies during the year

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E-Lecture Details

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Invited Talks in Conference/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme

S.No Title of the Paper Conferences/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme Organized by Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year
1 Stem Cell Technology/ Nanotechnology 2nd Refresher Course in Biotechnology HRDC, University of Calicut National 30-07-2015 19-08-2015 2015
2 Stem Cells: An Overview National conference on Environmental Security for food and health Alpha Arts & Science College, Porur, Chennai National Jan jan 2013
3 Stem Cells: An Overview National conference on Holistic Teacher Education (challenges and Remedies) St. Anne’s College of Education & Research Centre, Puducherry National Jun Jun 2013
4 Future Scenario of Food Nano Technology Future Scenario of Food Nano Technology A.V.C.College, Mayiladuthurai, Tamilnadu National 11 Jan 11 Jan 2012
5 Repression of c-Myc and G1 exit by p300/CBP. International conference on Molecular Biology of the DNA Tumor Viruses. DNA Tumor Virus Society-USA International 13 June 18 June 2004

Conferences/Seminars Organized

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Workshop Organized

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Administrative Responsibilities in the Government and Quasi Government Agencies

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Affiliation in Academic Bodies/Societies

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Participation & Extension Activities (Academic/Administraion)

S.No Name of the Position (Head, Dean, Co-ordinator, Director, etc.,) Duration Nature of Dutites
1 Coordinator Since Feb 2014 To coordinate add-on course PG-Diploma in Biotechnology
2 Member Secretary Since Feb 2012 University Stem Cell Ethics Committee (IC-SCR)
3 Member 2013 JIPMER Stem Cell Committee
4 Member 2016 PIMS-Institute Ethics Committee
5 Member 2016 University Patent Facilitation Committee
6 Doctoral Committee Member-More than 30 PhD scholars Since 2011 Evaluate PhD Scholars thesis work
7 Thesis evaluation & External Examiner for Public Viva-JNU, University of Hyderabad, Bharathidasan Un Since 2013 Evaluation of PhD thesis and/or conduct public viva-voce examination
8 External Examiner for UG Exams-Indira Gandhi Arts & Science College, Pondicherry Since Nov 2013 To conduct and evaluate the UG-Biotechnology practical exams
9 Observer-All India MSc Biotech Exam Conducted by JNU 2013 To conduct the all India-JNU entrance exam in Pondicherry
10 Question Paper Setter/Evaluator- Anna University, University of Madras, Bharadhidasan University Since 2011 Question paper setting and Answer sheet evaluation for MScs semester exams
11 Special Invitee 2015 University UG & PG Board of studies
12 VC nominee 2014 DBT-Pondicherry University Advisory Committee
13 VC nominee 2012-2015 General body of St. Annes College of Education & Research Centre, Puducherry
14 VC nominee 2015 To select UGC-BSR research fellowship
15 VC nominee 2015-2018 Member of IBSC of BioGenomics Ltd, Puducherry
16 VC nominee 2016-2019 Member of Advisory Committee of Andaman & Nicobar College, Port-Blair
17 VC nominee 2015 Subject expert committee for Asst Prof. CAS, Avvaiyar Govt College for Women, Karaikal
18 VC nominee 2016 Selection committee for Asst Prof. CAS, Mahatma Gandhi Govt.College, New Mahe, Puducherry
19 VC nominee 2016 Selection committee for Asst Prof. CAS, Rajiv Gandhi College of Engineering & Technology, Puducherry
20 VC nominee 2016-2019 Governing body of Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Puducherry
21 Chair person- JIPMER stem cell committee 2019 To approve & monitor the stem cell research of JIPMER
22 Member 2019 University UG & PG Board of Studies

Participation & Extension Activities (Co-Curricular)

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Collaboration with Institution/Industry

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Institution / Industry
Details of Collaborative Research/Teaching
From Date To Date From Date To Date
1 Mohane Coumar Assistant Professor Pondicherry University NATIONAL Bioinformatic prediction of compounds/molecules for epigenetic repressors 01-07-2011 01-07-2020 01-07-2011 01-07-2020 Bioinformatic prediction.
2 K. MurugaPoopathi Raja Assistant Professor Madurai Kamaraj University NATIONAL Compounds/Biomolecules Prediction and synthesis for epigenetic repressors 02-07-2013 01-07-2020 02-07-2013 01-07-2020 Chemical synthesis of compounds/molecules
3 C. Sivashankar Professor Pondicherry University NATIONAL Compounds/Biomolecules synthesis for epigenetic regulators 06-07-2011 01-07-2020 06-07-2011 01-07-2020 Chemical synthesis of compounds/molecules

Faculty Development Programme Attended (Orientation, Refresher, other Short Term Course during the year)

S.No Title of the FDP Organiser Venue Duration From Date To Date Year
1 Refresher Course UGC-Academic Staff College Pondicherry University 21 days 01-06-2011 21-06-2011 2011

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Participation in IMPESS, IMPRINT, SPARC, STARS, LEAP Programme etc and DSF Funding Programme

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Enrolment under ARPIT Programme

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