Jan Otto Andersson | Ecological Economics | Best Researcher Award

Dr Jan Otto Andersson |  Ecological Economics | Best Researcher Award

Emeritus at  Åbo Akademi,  Finland

Jan Otto Andersson is a prolific Finnish economist and scholar born in 1953. With a focus on Marxist theories, imperialism, and ecological economics, Andersson has contributed significantly to various fields. He has authored numerous publications, including books, articles, and reviews, addressing topics such as economic democracy, the Nordic welfare state, climate change, and the impact of globalization on world trade.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Jan Otto Andersson’s research focuses on diverse topics, spanning imperialism, global trade ethics, and the ethical dilemmas in the world economy. 🌐 His work delves into critical examinations of imperialism, tracing Marxist theories, and exploring the impact of power dynamics in global affairs. 📚 Additionally, he contributes to discussions on the challenges and possibilities of a more just world trade system, emphasizing issues of inequality and ethical considerations. 🌍 Andersson is actively engaged in examining the Finnish perspective on universal basic income, collaborating on studies that explore its support in Finland. 💼


Publications Top Notes:
  1. Article: “Idéernas betydelse för vår välfärd”
    • Journal: Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, 2023, (1), pp. 46–49
  2. Article: “Kapitalism i var tid – skuldexplosion i en överutnyttjad värld”
    • Journal: Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, 2020, 2020(2), pp. 23–29
  3. Article: “Aktuella böcker: En stor berättelse om den smala frihetskorridoren”
    • Journal: Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, 2020, 2020(1), pp. 45–47
  4. Book Chapter: “International trade in a full and unequal world”
    • Book: International Trade and Environmental Justice: Toward a Global Political Ecology, 2013, pp. 113–125
  5. Article: “Degrowth | Nedväxt – Behärskad ekonomisk nedtrappning”
    • Journal: Ekonomiska Samfundets Tidskrift, 2012, 65(3), pp. 123–131


Ghadeer Mohammed Alkhedir | Microbiology | Best Researcher Award

Ms Ghadeer Mohammed Alkhedir |  Microbiology | Best Researcher Award

Sudan – Atbara at  University of Khartoum, Sudan

Ghadeer Mohammed Alkhedir Ahmed is a passionate biotechnologist and molecular biologist with six years of experience in conducting research at both cellular and molecular levels. She currently holds the position of Lecturer at Khartoum University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Biotechnology and Botany, where she assumed responsibility for teaching lectures, administering and grading examinations, and assisting students with academic challenges. Ghadeer is actively involved in related administrative tasks.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓


  • 🎓 MSc in Microbial Ecology, Tottori University, Japan (2017-2019)
  • 🎓 BSc in Agriculture (Biotechnology), University of Khartoum, Sudan (2010-2015)

Professional Experience:

  • 🎙️ Lecturer at Khartoum University – Faculty of Agriculture, Sudan (2022-present)
  • 📚 Teaching Assistant at Khartoum University – Faculty of Agriculture, Sudan (2021-2022)


  • 🔬 Molecular Biology Techniques
  • 🧫 Microbial Testing and Culture Techniques
  • 🧬 DNA Extraction, PCR Running, Sequencing
  • 🌿 Botanical Experimentation
  • 🌡️ Plant Physiology Measurement
  • 🦠 Microbial Isolation and Propagation
  • 🧪 Aseptic Techniques
  • 📊 Metagenomic Data Analysis


  • 🏆 Best Academic Performance Award (Agriculture Faculty, Khartoum University, 2015)
  • 🎓 Japanese Government MEXT Scholarship (2017)
  • 📜 CITI Japan Program Certification (2017)

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Ghadeer Alkhedir Ahmed’s research journey encompasses a diverse range of studies. Her Bachelor’s thesis (2015) delved into the isolation and characterization of bacterial strains, exploring their proficiency in degrading gasoline—an endeavor vital for environmental sustainability. In her M.Sc. research (2019), she focused on the fungal communities in the rhizosphere and endosphere of the desert shrub, Encelia farinosa, investigating their responses to drought stress. Her ongoing work involves metagenomic analysis of the fungal community within the desert shrub, employing Next Generation Sequencing—a crucial step towards understanding microbial ecosystems in arid environments. 🌱🦠🚗


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venkata suresh  Bade | Renewable Energy | Best Researcher Award

Dr  venkata suresh  Bade | Renewable Energy |  Best Researcher Award

Sr. Assistant Professor at  GMR Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Bade Venkata Suresh is a highly accomplished professional with a strong background in Mechanical Engineering, specializing in CAD/CAM. With a Ph.D. from Centurion University of Technology and Management and an M.Tech. in CAD/CAM from JNTU Kakinada, he has consistently demonstrated academic excellence throughout his education.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Education:

  • Ph.D. (Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha, 2017-2020, 8.67 CGPA)
  • M.Tech. (JNTU Kakinada, CAD/CAM, 2011-2014, 82.1%)
  • B.Tech. (JNTU Kakinada, Mechanical Engineering, 2007-2011, 75.67%)

🏆 Awards:

  • Best Faculty Award for Hydraulic Machines (GMRIT – Rajam)
  • Best Faculty Award for Basic Elements of Machine Member (GMRIT – Rajam)

🎓 Experience:

Senior Assistant Professor at GMRIT-Rajam (Since 06/2014). Teaching Assistant at GMRIT-Rajam (11/2011 – 06/2014). Junior Engineer in Ship HUL Design (05/2011 – 11/2011)

👥 Professional Memberships:

All India Council for Technical Skill Development (AICTSD). Institute for Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP). International Association of Engineers (IAENG). South Asia Institute of Science and Engineering (SAISE)

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Bade Venkata Suresh is a distinguished researcher with a primary focus on innovative materials and processes in the realm of solar energy and manufacturing. His pioneering work includes investigating natural energy materials and storage systems for solar dryers, contributing to the state of the art in the field (Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2023). Additionally, he has delved into the effects of overlapping techniques on grain size distribution in friction-stir-processed aluminum alloys (Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, 2023). Dr. Suresh’s expertise extends to exploring the influence of nano boric acid in bio-diesel blends for enhanced surface quality (Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, 2022). His research, characterized by meticulous experimentation and analysis, significantly advances our understanding of sustainable energy solutions and advanced manufacturing processes. 🌞


🔍 All Time:

  • Citations: 110
  • h-index: 7
  • i10-index: 3

🗓️ Since 2019:

  • Citations: 88
  • h-index: 5
  • i10-index: 3

Dr. Bade Venkata Suresh’s impactful research has garnered a total of 110 citations, reflecting the significant influence and recognition of his scholarly contributions. Since 2019, he has received 88 citations, demonstrating a sustained and growing impact in recent years. The h-index, a measure of both productivity and citation impact, stands at 7 for his overall body of work and 5 since 2019. The i10-index, representing the number of publications with at least 10 citations, is consistent at 3 for both periods. These metrics underscore Dr. Suresh’s notable contribution to the academic community. 📊👏

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Silvaldo Silveira | forestry crops | Outstanding Scientist Award

Prof Silvaldo Silveira | forestry crops | Outstanding Scientist Award

Professor at Darcy Ribeiro North Fluminense State University,Brazil

Dr. Silvaldo Felipe da Silveira is an accomplished Agronomist, holding a Ph.D. in Agronomy with a specialization in Phytopathology from the University Federal de Viçosa, Brazil (1996). Currently serving as an Associate Professor at the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (UENF) in Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ, he has been actively contributing to academia since 1996.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Agronomy (Fitopatologia), UFV, 1996
  • B.Sc. in Agronomy, UFV, 1991

🏢 Professional Affiliation:

  • Professor Associado at Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (UENF) since 1996.
  • Founder and Coordinator of the Clinic Fitossanitária at UENF.
  • Currently serving as Head of the Laboratory of Entomology and Phytopathology.

👨‍🏫 Teaching Experience:

  • Currently teaches in the areas of Fitopatologia/Mycology.
  • Involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate education.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Silvaldo Felipe da Silveira, an accomplished researcher and professor, has a diverse research focus spanning plant pathology, microbiology, and agronomy. His recent works include developing a diagrammatic scale for quantifying black spot severity in papaya leaves and exploring mutualistic interactions between Trichoderma longibrachiatum and Serratia marcescens for plant growth promotion. Silveira has also contributed to studies on endophytic fungi associated with bromeliads in restingas, showcasing his expertise in biodiversity research. With a keen interest in phylogeography, he has investigated the distribution of Asperisporium caricae isolates along the Brazilian coastal regions. 🌱🔬📚


Publications Top Notes:

  1. Title: Diagrammatic scale for the quantification of black spot severity in papaya leaves
    Journal: Acta Scientiarum. Agronomy
    Publication Date: 2023-08-22
    Contributors: Helenilson Oliveira Francelino; Marcelo Vivas; Ramon de Moraes; Júlio Cesar Gradice Saluci; Janiele Maganha Silva Vivas; Derivaldo Pureza da Cruz; Geraldo de Amaral Gravina; Silvaldo Felipe da Silveira
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  2. Title: Mutualistic interaction with Trichoderma longibrachiatum UENF-F476 boosted plant growth-promotion of Serratia marcescens UENF-22GI
    Publication Type: Other
    Publication Date: 2020-08-26
    Contributors: Régis Josué de Andrade Reis; Alice Ferreira Alves; Pedro Henrique Dias dos Santos; Kamilla Pereira Aguiar; Silvaldo Felipe da Silveira; Luciano Pasqualoto Canellas; Fábio Lopes Olivares
    Source: Crossref
  3. Title: Fungos endofíticos associados a bromélias de restingas, do Parque Nacional da Restinga de Jurubatiba, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
    Journal: Research, Society and Development
    Publication Date: 2020-06-20
    Contributors: Gustavo de Andrade Bezerra; Vicente Mussi-dias; Pedro Henrique Dias dos Santos; Beatriz Murizini Carvalho; Tathianne Pastana de Sousa Poltronieri; Silvaldo Felipe da Silveira
    Source: Crossref
  4. Title: Sensitivity of hyperparasitic fungi to alternative products for use in the control of papaya black spot
    Journal: Brazilian Journal of Biology
    Publication Date: 2020-02-17
    Contributor: Silvaldo Silveira
    Source: Silvaldo Silveira
  5. Title: Phylogeographic distribution of asperisporium caricae isolates in Brazilian southeastern and northeastern coastal regions, Distribuição filogeográfica de isolados de asperisporium caricae no litoral do sudeste e nordeste brasileiro
    Journal: Bioscience Journal
    Publication Date: 2019
    Contributors: Dos Santos, P.H.D.; de Oliveira, C.R.R.; Gonçalves, V.M.L.; Aredes, F.A.S.; Carvalho, B.M.; Pereira, M.G.; da Silveira, S.F.
    Source: Silvaldo Silveira via Scopus – Elsevier Publications

Xiangyang  Yu | Agricultural Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr  Xiangyang  Yu | Agricultural Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Institue Leader at  Institute of Food Saftey and Nutrition, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Dr. Xiangyang Yu is a distinguished researcher and professor with expertise in pesticide eco- and bio-toxicology. He currently serves as the group leader at the Lab of Pesticide Eco- and Bio-Toxicology within the Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition at the Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Additionally, he holds positions as an Affiliate Professor and Graduate Supervisor at Jiangsu University, Guangxi University, and Nanjing Agricultural University.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education 🎓:

  • Ph.D. in Pesticide Science, Northwest Sci-Tech University of Agriculture & Forestry, China (2007)
  • M.S. in Agro-Entomology and Insect Pest Management, Northwest Agricultural University, China (1997)
  • B.S. in Plant Protection, Northwest Agricultural University, China (1994)

Professional Experience 💼🌐:

  • Professor at JAAS (2010-present)
  • Visiting Scientist at Michigan State University, USA (2010-2011)
  • Affiliate Program Manager, National Natural Science Foundation of China (2012-2015)
  • Visiting Scientist at CSIRO Land and Water, Adelaide laboratory (2005, 2006)
  • Research fellow at JAAS (1997-2005)

Professional Recognition 🏆🎖:

  • First prize of National Harvest Award for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (2022)
  • Second prize of Jiangsu provincial Sci-Tech Award (2021, 2006)
  • First prize of Jiangsu provincial Agricultural Technology Extension Award (2020)
  • Third prize of Jiangsu provincial Sci-Tech Award (2014)
  • Jiangsu provincial 333 High-level Talents
  • Awarded Crawford Fund of Australia
  • Outstanding academic backbone of JAAS

Memberships 🤝📚:

  • Vice Executive Member of the Youth Committee of China Society of Plant Protection
  • Member of China Society of Entomology Toxicology
  • Member of China Society of Entomology
  • Member of China Innovation Team of Risk Assessment for Food and Oil Products

Dr. Xiangyang Yu’s impactful research focuses on the eco-toxicology of pesticides, contributing significantly to the field and earning him several prestigious awards and recognitions.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Xiangyang Yu’s research focuses on understanding the environmental fate of pesticides and contaminants, particularly in rice plants. His work investigates the uptake kinetics and subcellular distribution of pesticides in rice, shedding light on the potential ecological risks. In addition, his studies delve into the interaction between microplastics and pyrene in rice seedlings. Dr. Yu also contributes to the field of bioremediation, isolating and characterizing strains like Pseudomonas sp. F1 for efficient pesticide degradation in soil-vegetable systems. His multiomics analysis in peach gum reveals insights into plant defense responses against pathogenic fungi. Overall, Dr. Yu’s diverse research enhances our understanding of pesticide behavior in the environment. 🌿🔍


  • Total Citations: 3,480
  • Total Documents: 3,092
  • h-index: 98


Publications Top Notes:

  1. Title: A slow-release fertilizer containing cyhalofop-butyl reduces N2O emissions by slowly releasing nitrogen and down-regulating the relative abundance of nirK
    • Authors: Zhang, Z., Chen, G., Yu, X., … Ma, H., Wang, J.
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment, 2024, 906, 167493
  2. Title: Foliar Spraying of Chlorpyrifos Triggers Plant Production of Linolenic Acid Recruiting Rhizosphere Bacterial Sphingomonas sp.
    • Authors: Li, Y., Feng, F., Mu, Q., … Liu, C., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Environmental Science and Technology, 2023, 57(45), pp. 17312–17323
  3. Title: The potential role of subseafloor fungi in driving the biogeochemical cycle of nitrogen under anaerobic conditions
    • Authors: Jiang, J.-P., Leng, S., Liao, Y.-F., … Yu, X.-Y., Liu, C.-H.
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 897, 165374
  4. Title: Insight into the effect of microplastics on the adsorption and degradation behavior of thiamethoxam in agricultural soils
    • Authors: Hu, M., Huang, L., Wang, Y., Tan, H., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Chemosphere, 2023, 337, 139262
  5. Title: Functional characterization of rice (Oryza sativa) thioredoxins for detoxification and degradation of atrazine
    • Authors: Ya Ma, L., Lu, Y., Cheng, J., … Li, M., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Gene, 2023, 877, 147540

Nirmalendu Das | Botany | Excellence in Research

Dr Nirmalendu Das |  Botany | Excellence in Research

Associate Professor at  Barasat Government College, India

Dr. Nirmalendu Das is a distinguished researcher and academician with a wealth of expertise in the field of Botany. He currently holds a position at the Department of Botany, Barasat Government College, located in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India. Born on April 20, 1970, Dr. Das embarked on his educational journey, earning an MSc and later achieving a Ph.D. with a focus on “Studies on Laccase enzymes from Pleurotus florida.”


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education and Expertise 🎓💡

Dr. Das holds an MSc and a Ph.D. His doctoral research, titled “Studies on Laccase enzymes from Pleurotus florida,” reflects his expertise in fungal enzymes, specifically laccases.

Academic Journey 🏫👨‍🏫

He embarked on his educational service journey on September 3, 1997, contributing significantly to the academic landscape.

Research Project Recognition 💡🔍

Acknowledged by various funding agencies, Dr. Das has received research grants from UGC, DST, DBT, and WBDST, highlighting the significance of his work.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Nirmalendu Das’s research spans diverse areas in botany, with a primary focus on environmental and applied mycology 🍄. His work on laccase-assisted bioremediation of pesticides explores sustainable solutions for environmental challenges 🌱🔬. In the realm of fungal biology, he investigates the role of melatonin in fungi, emphasizing its impact on morphogenesis and stress tolerance 🌙🍄. Dr. Das delves into the cosmetic potential of fungi, unraveling their treasure trove for cosmeceuticals through a comprehensive chemical approach 💄🍄. Additionally, his research extends to the study of endobacteria influencing growth and sporophore induction in Pleurotus pulmonarius, showcasing a holistic approach to mycological research 🌍🍄.


  • Citations: The researcher’s work has been cited 378 times in a total of 322 documents. This indicates the impact and influence of their research on other scholarly works.
  • Documents: The researcher has authored or co-authored 28 documents, which include articles, papers, or other scholarly contributions.
  • h-index: The h-index is 11, suggesting that there are 11 documents that have been cited at least 11 times. It provides a measure of both the productivity and impact of a researcher’s work.


Publications Top Notes:

  1. “Fungi’s Treasure in Cosmeceuticals – A Comprehensive Chemical Approach”
    • Authors: Mukherjee, A., Das, S., Chakraborty, D., Pal, N., Das, N.
    • Published in the South African Journal of Botany (2024, 166, pp. 311–331)
  2. “Role of Melatonin in Fungi with Special Emphasis on Morphogenesis and Stress Tolerance”
    • Authors: Chakraborty, D., Mukherjee, A., Banerjee, A., Das, N.
    • Published in the South African Journal of Botany (2024, 166, pp. 413–422)
  3. “Laccase-assisted Bioremediation of Pesticides: Scope and Challenges”
    • Authors: Paul, C., Pal, N., Maitra, M., Das, N.
    • Published in Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry (2024, 21(6), pp. 633–654)
  4. “Study of Growth-Improving and Sporophore-Inducing Endobacteria Isolated from Pleurotus pulmonarius”
    • Authors: Paul, C., Roy, T., Singh, K., Maitra, M., Das, N.
    • Published in the World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology (2023, 39(12), 349)
  5. “Influence of Pesticide-Tolerant Soil Bacteria for Disease Control and Plant Growth Promotion in Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp”
    • Authors: Bandopadhyay, A., Roy, T., Alam, S., Majumdar, S., Das, N.
    • Published in Environment, Development, and Sustainability (2023, 25(12), pp. 14693–14713)

Wenchang Liu | Aquaculture | Best Researcher Award

Dr Wenchang Liu | Aquaculture | Best Researcher Award

doctor at Shanghai ocean university, China

Dr. Wenchang Liu is a distinguished postdoctoral researcher and lecturer specializing in Aquaculture, affiliated with the College of Fisheries and Life Science at Shanghai Ocean University. Born on July 29, 1990, in China, he holds a Doctorate qualification and serves as a postdoc in the Shanghai Engineering Research Center of Aquaculture.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Academic Journey and Achievements 📚🏆:

  • Liu holds a Doctorate qualification and specializes in Aquaculture with a focus on recirculating aquaculture technology, biofloc technology, tail water treatment, and utilization.
  • He joined Shanghai Ocean University in July 2021, affiliated with the College of Fisheries and Life Science.
  • As a dedicated educator, Liu has been actively involved in teaching undergraduate courses such as Aquaculture Chemistry and Aquacultural Engineering.

Research and Professional Contributions 🌐🔍:

  • Liu has an impressive track record of research, with publications in renowned international journals like “Science of The Total Environment,” “Aquaculture,” and “Aquacultural Engineering.”
  • His research interests span industrial aquaculture system engineering, with a specific focus on nitrogen and phosphorus pollutant regulation and the recycling of aquaculture water.
  • Liu has completed five research projects, published 13 journals in SCI and SCIE index, and holds an H-index of 11 based on Scopus/Web of Science.

Recognition and Membership 🏅👥:

  • He is a member of the Shanghai Agricultural Engineering Society and actively contributes as a reviewer for the Aquaculture journal.
  • Liu has received several awards and recognitions, including support from the “Science and Technology Innovation Action Plan” sail talent plan in 2022.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Wenchang Liu, a distinguished researcher in aquaculture, primarily focuses on the innovative application of Biofloc Technology (BFT) systems. His work spans a spectrum of impactful studies, including the evaluation of long-term operational and production performance in various particle sizes. With expertise in sustainable aquaculture practices, Liu delves into short-term anaerobic fermentation using biofloc waste, showcasing his commitment to environmental responsibility.

His research extends to understanding the impacts of microplastics on Nile Tilapia within biofloc systems, shedding light on critical ecological considerations. Furthermore, Liu explores the intricate dynamics of seeding bioflocs for nitrification establishment in moving bed biofilm reactors.

In a groundbreaking study, he investigates the utilization of black soldier fly larvae to convert shrimp solid waste into bioflocs, demonstrating a holistic approach to waste management in aquaculture. Dr. Liu’s diverse research portfolio aligns with his commitment to advancing sustainable practices and environmental stewardship in aquaculture. 🌊🔬


The individual in question has an impressive academic impact, with a total of 3,486 citations across 2,930 documents. This accomplishment is reflected in their h-index of 34, demonstrating a significant and sustained influence in their field. 📚 The person’s work has been cited in 180 documents, highlighting widespread recognition and contribution to scholarly literature. This substantial citation count indicates a substantial and enduring impact on the academic community. 🌐 The h-index, a quantitative measure of both productivity and citation impact, further underscores the individual’s substantial and enduring contributions to their field.


Publications Top Notes:

  1. “Evaluation of Long-Term Operational and Production Performance of Biofloc Technology (BFT) System within Various Particle Size”
    • Authors: X. Lyu, Y. Guo, W. Liu, et al.
    • Journal: Aquaculture, 2024, 578, 74009
  2. “Evaluation of Short-Term Anaerobic Fermentation Using Bioflocs Waste and Performance Assessment”
    • Authors: X. Lyu, H. Kuang, W. Liu, et al.
    • Journal: Aquaculture, 2023, 577, 739929
  3. “Impacts of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) Exposed to Microplastics in Bioflocs System”
    • Authors: X. Hu, L.-J. Meng, H.-D. Liu, et al.
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 901, 165921
  4. “Effect of Seeding Biofloc on the Nitrification Establishment in Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)”
    • Authors: H. Zheng, G. Luo, G. Abakari, et al.
    • Journal: Aquaculture and Fisheries, 2023, 8(6), pp. 617–625
  5. “Effects of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Total Ammonia Nitrogen Concentrations with the Same DOC/TAN on Biofloc Performance”
    • Authors: G. Luo, L. Jiayang, X. Jinxiang, W. Liu, H. Tan
    • Journal: Aquaculture, 2023, 574, 739713
  6. “Using Black Soldier Fly Larvae (Hermetia illucens) Converted the Bioflocs Produced with Shrimp Solid Waste”
    • Authors: H. Zhang, T. Sun, H. Tan, W. Liu, G. Luo
    • Journal: Aquaculture, 2023, 568, 739329

Pei Qin | Plant Ecology | Best Researcher Award

Prof Pei Qin |  Plant Ecology   | Best Researcher Award

School of Life Sciences at  Nanjing University, China

Pei Qin is a distinguished Professor of Ecology at Nanjing University, born in Yixing, Jiangsu, China, on September 6, 1946. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Botany from Nanjing University in 1969 and later pursued a Master’s in Ecology in 1981.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • Nanjing Univ, BS (Botany), 1969
  • Nanjing Univ, MS (Ecology), 1981

👨‍🏫 Professional Experience:

  • Instr. Biol., Hunan Lingling Normal School, 1970-1979
  • Instr. Ecol., Nanjing Univ., 1981-1985
  • Assis. prof. Ecol., Nanjing Univ., 1986-1987
  • Assoc. prof. Ecol., Nanjing Univ., 1988-1996
  • PROFESSOR of ECOLOGY, Nanjing Univ., 1996-

🌐 Memberships:

  • Vice Chairman of Ecol. Soc., China
  • Vice Chairman of Marine Biotech. Committee, China
  • Council member, International Society for the Advancement of Emergy Research (ISAER)
  • International Ecological Engineering Soc.
  • Halophyte Biotechnology Center, University of Delaware, USA

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Pei Qin’s research spans diverse ecological domains, focusing on coastal systems, plant ecology, and ecological engineering. 🌱 His early work delves into the environmental purification effects of Spartina anglica, emphasizing mercury absorption. Qin later explored metal distribution in Luoyuan Estuary’s salt marsh and delved into trace elements in seawater and biomineral water. 🌊 His studies extend to biomineral water’s characteristics and the impact of salt marsh plant extracts on yeast fermentation. Notably, Qin evaluates the ecological and economic benefits of Spartina alterniflora plantations and pioneers Spartina-based green food ecological engineering. His work encompasses wetland creation for waterfowl conservation and coastal vegetation strategies. 🏞️


The individual in question has an impressive academic impact, with a total of 3,486 citations across 2,930 documents. This accomplishment is reflected in their h-index of 34, demonstrating a significant and sustained influence in their field. 📚 The person’s work has been cited in 180 documents, highlighting widespread recognition and contribution to scholarly literature. This substantial citation count indicates a substantial and enduring impact on the academic community. 🌐 The h-index, a quantitative measure of both productivity and citation impact, further underscores the individual’s substantial and enduring contributions to their field.


Publications Top Notes:

  1. Title: The role of mitochondrial DNA copy number in cardiometabolic disease: a bidirectional two-sample Mendelian randomization study
    • Authors: Qin, P., Qin, T., Liang, L., … Zhang, M., Hu, D.
    • Journal: Cardiovascular Diabetology, 2024, 23(1), 45
  2. Title: Mitochondrial DNA Copy Number and Risk of Diabetes Mellitus and Metabolic Syndrome
    • Authors: Huang, C., Chen, L., Li, J., … Hu, D., Qin, P.
    • Journal: The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2023, 109(1), pp. e406–e417
  3. Title: All-cause mortality risk with different metabolic abdominal obesity phenotypes: The Rural Chinese Cohort Study
    • Authors: Zhou, Q., Han, M., Qie, R., … Sun, X., Hu, D.
    • Journal: British Journal of Nutrition, 2023, 130(9), pp. 1637–1644
  4. Title: Burden of stroke attributable to high ambient temperature from 1990 to 2019: A global analysis
    • Authors: Bo, Y., Zhu, Y., Lu, R., … Chen, S., Qin, P.
    • Journal: International Journal of Stroke, 2023, 18(9), pp. 1121–1131
  5. Title: The Association Between Eye Disease and Incidence of Dementia: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    • Authors: Feng, J., Huang, C., Liang, L., … Huang, S., Qin, P.
    • Journal: Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 2023, 24(9), pp. 1363–1373.e6
  6. Title: Low-carbohydrate diet and risk of cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular and all-cause mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies
    • Authors: Qin, P., Suo, X., Chen, S., … Hu, D., Bo, Y.
    • Journal: Food and Function, 2023, 14(19), pp. 8678–8691


Marta Romano | biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr Marta Romano | biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Profesora at  Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N, Mexico

Dr. Marta Catalina Romano Pardo is a highly qualified medical professional with a Doctorate in Medicine from the Universidad Nacional del Rosario, Argentina. She specializes in Pediatrics, holding accreditation from the Colegio de Médicos de la Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • Medical Degree, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Universidad Nacional del Rosario, Argentina.
  • Doctor in Medicine, Facultad de Ciencias Médicas, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina.
  • Specialist in Pediatrics, Colegio de Médicos de la Provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina.

🌍 Experience:

  • Clinical experience in Neurology and Neurosurgery at Hospital Provincial Marcelino Freyre, Rosario, Argentina.
  • Postdoctoral researcher at Schweizerisches Forschungsinstitut, Davos, Switzerland.
  • Current position: Full Professor at CINVESTAV 3E, Department of Physiology, Biophysics, and Neuroscience, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N., Mexico.

🏆 Awards and Scholarships:

  • Recipient of scholarships during undergraduate and graduate studies.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

  • Specialization in Pediatrics, with a strong focus on endocrinology and molecular research.

Dr. Marta Catalina Romano Pardo has made significant contributions to the field of medicine, combining extensive clinical experience with a rich academic background. Her research and teaching roles reflect a commitment to advancing medical knowledge and educating the next generation of healthcare professionals.


  • Citations: The person has received a total of 1,093 citations from 925 documents. Citations are references to a researcher’s work by other researchers, indicating the impact and influence of their contributions.
  • Documents: There are 60 documents associated with this individual. These documents could include research papers, articles, or other scholarly works.
  • h-index: The h-index is a metric that combines both the number of publications and the number of citations. An h-index of 18 suggests that there are 18 papers that have each been cited at least 18 times.


Publications Top Notes:

  1. Title: Intranasal Versus Intravenous Dexamethasone to Treat Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients: A Randomized Multicenter Clinical Trial
    • Authors: Cárdenas, G., Chávez-Canales, M., Espinosa, A.M., … Laclette, J.P., Sciutto, E.
    • Journal: Archives of Medical Research, 2024, 55(2), 102960
  2. Title: Sex hormone dose escalation for treating abnormal sleep in ovariectomized rats: in vitro GABA synthesis in sleep-related brain areas
    • Authors: Carrasco-Nuñes, N., Romano, M., Cabeza, M.
    • Journal: Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 2023, 101(10), pp. 529–538
  3. Title: Dead newborn calf affects behavior, cortisol, milk production, and reproductive performance in primiparous dairy cows
    • Authors: González-de-la-Vara, M., De Anda, F., Romano, M.C.
    • Journal: Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 2023, 66, pp. 20–28
  4. Title: Low responsiveness of peripheral lymphocytes in extraparenchymal neurocysticercosis
    • Authors: Romo, M.L., Osorio, R., Toledo, A., … Fragoso, G., Fleury, A.
    • Journal: PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2023, 17(6), e0011386


Stephen Kasere | natural | Best Researcher Award

Mr Stephen Kasere | natural | Best Researcher Award

PhD Student at  University of Witwatersrand, Zimbabwe

Stephen Kasere, a Zimbabwean national born on February 1, 1963, is a seasoned Travel and Environmental Consultant, Writer, and Socio-Ecological expert. Married with two children, he resides at 2161 Lomagundi St, Westgate Area D, Harare.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓


  • Currently a Ph.D. student at Witwatersrand, Geography Dept.
  • M.Sc (International Relations) UZ, 1992.
  • B.Sc degree in Administration: 1985-87.
  • Institute of Bankers Diploma (Part 1) (Zimbabwe) 1991.
  • Certificate in Environmental Policy & Management (Indiana University) April 1994.
  • Certificate in Advanced Environmental Writing (WWF, Switzerland) August 1993.
  • Certificate in Lobbying & Campaigning Skills (British Council, Zimbabwe) March 1995.
  • Certificate in Environmental Assessment (USAID, Zimbabwe) 1995.
  • Certificate in Basic Journalism (USIS, Zimbabwe) 1992.
  • Public Speaking (Switzerland) 1993.
  • Study Research on the Nile Crocodile (Earthwatch Darwin Scholarship, S. Africa) 1996.
  • Course on Facilitating Skills (Namibia) Nov 1997.
  • Course on Performance Appraisal (Ernst & Young, Zimbabwe).

Professional Expertise:

  • Consulting Services – Travel and Environmental:
    • Developed travel brochures, promoted global tourism sites.
    • Conducted short-term retreat courses for Travel & NGOs.
  • Conservation, Tourism & Community Development:
    • Program Head, NRMP Project Manager at CAMPFIRE.
    • National leadership in community-based natural resources management.
  • Lobbying/Advocacy:
    • Actively lobbied for sustainable use of natural resources.
    • Historic address to both houses of the US Congress in 1995.
  • Communication & Facilitation Skills:
    • Reuter’s National Environmental Writer of the Year (1994).
    • Lead Researcher/Writer for SARDC on Rapid Environmental Appraisal.
  • Training & Education:
    • Lecturer at Chinhoyi University of Technology.
    • Courses: Principles of Tourism, Wildlife Management, Environmental Interpretation, International Promotion.
  • Banking Management Skills:
    • Worked for 7 years in Commercial Banks – Barclays, CBZ.
    • Assistant Bank Manager at CBZ.

Board & Membership Organizations:

  • Member of Parks & Wildlife Board (Zimbabwe).
  • Member of Zimbabwe Wildlife and Tourism Advisory Council.
  • Member of Board of Trustee for Environment Futures Foundation Africa.
  • Member of Forestry Project Co-ordination Committee.
  • Member of SAFIRE Steering Committee.
  • Member of US-based Conservation Action Network.
  • Chairman – Project Execution Team: USAID sponsored NRMP in Zimbabwe.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Stephen Kasere’s research, as reflected in his article “Is trophy hunting a real sport?” published in Biological Conservation (2024), delves into the contentious realm of conservation ethics, particularly the practice of trophy hunting. Through a critical lens, Kasere examines the ecological and ethical implications of trophy hunting, questioning its legitimacy as a sport. His work likely explores the impact on biodiversity, community dynamics, and the broader conservation landscape. By addressing this complex issue, Kasere contributes valuable insights to the ongoing discourse on ethical considerations within the context of wildlife conservation. His research aligns with the broader theme of sustainable practices and ethical decision-making in biodiversity management.


Publications Top Notes:

Article Title: Is Trophy Hunting a Real Sport?

Author: Stephen Kasere

Journal: Biological Conservation, 2024, 290, 110435

Abstract: The contentious issue of trophy hunting has sparked debates globally, questioning its legitimacy as a sport. In this article, Stephen Kasere delves into the intricacies surrounding trophy hunting, examining its ecological, ethical, and socio-economic dimensions. The disabled link prevents access to the full text, but the abstract suggests a comprehensive exploration of the topic.