Dr sujata sinha | Food Security | Best Researcher Award

Scientist-D at  Indian Council of Medical Research, India

Dr. Sujata Sinha is a highly accomplished professional with a diverse background in the field of Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Holding a PhD in Life Science from IIT Delhi, she has made significant contributions to the scientific community, evident through her H-index of 10 on Google Scholar.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

  • M.Sc., M.Tech., PhD (Life Science)
  • Gold medalist in M.Tech for highest rank

Work Experience:

  • Scientist-D at the Department of Health Research, ICMR (since 2019)
    • Heads the National Ethics Registry for research on human participants.
  • Scientist at IIT Delhi (2008-2019)
    • Research focus: Bioactive oligosaccharides from marine waste, industrial enzymes for food biotechnology.

Achievements:

  • WOS-A Fellowship recipient twice from DST
  • UGC-POST DOC Fellowship in 2015
  • Best Research Paper Award at IGNOU
  • Completed PGDHRM from IMT-CDL in 2008

👨‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Sujata Sinha is a seasoned researcher with a diverse focus on enzymatic processes for chitooligosaccharide production and applications. Her work includes pioneering studies such as “Recent progress in enzymatic production of monomer-free chitooligosaccharides,” exploring bioprocess strategies and future applications. She delves into nanofibrous membranes for chitosanase immobilization (“Electrospun polyacrylonitrile nanofibrous membranes”) and identifies a new bifunctional chitosanase enzyme with antioxidant properties (“A New Bifunctional Chitosanase Enzyme from Streptomyces sp.”). Dr. Sinha’s contributions extend to microbial degradation of chitin waste, production and characterization of novel chitosanase enzymes, and enzymatic glucosamine production with commercial benefits. Her research embraces biocatalytic pathways, nanofiber applications, and innovative enzyme systems. 🧪🌱🔬

 

Citations:
  • Citations: 218 citations by 191 documents.
  • Documents: The researcher has produced 15 documents.
  • h-index: The h-index is 9.

The h-index is a metric that reflects both the productivity and impact of a researcher’s work. It means that the researcher has 9 publications that have each been cited at least 9 times. The h-graph visually represents the distribution of citations across the researcher’s publications, providing insights into the overall impact of their work.

 

Publications Top Notes:

  1. Overview of the National Ethics Committee Registry for Biomedical and Health Research in India: Stepping up to safeguard the ethical aspect of research involving human participants
    • Authors: Venugopal, B.; Nagar, A.; Kumar, Y.; Sinha, S.
    • Published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology in 2023.
    • Open access article discussing the National Ethics Committee Registry in India.
  2. Synthesis of industrially relevant organic acids by use of microbial whole-cells and cross-linked enzyme aggregates
    • Authors: Dash, T.; Tripathi, P.; Sinha, S.
    • Published in Advances in Biology in 2023.
    • Book chapter exploring the synthesis of organic acids using microbial whole-cells and enzyme aggregates.
  3. Disease preventing bioactivities of chitooligosaccharides: Current status and future trends
    • Authors: Sinha, S.; Tripathi, P.
    • Published in the book “Chitooligosaccharides: Prevention and Control of Diseases” in 2022.
    • Book chapter highlighting the bioactivities of chitooligosaccharides for disease prevention.
  4. Trends and challenges in valorisation of food waste in developing economies: A case study of India
    • Authors: Sinha, S.; Tripathi, P.
    • Published in Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering in 2021.
    • Open access article discussing trends and challenges in the valorization of food waste, with a focus on India.
  5. Industrial Biocatalysis: an Insight into Trends and Future Directions
    • Authors: Tripathi, P.; Sinha, S.
    • Published in Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports in 2020.
    • Review article providing insights into trends and future directions in industrial biocatalysis.
  6. Potential applications of advanced biosensor systems for the real-time monitoring of wastewater treatment plants
    • Authors: Sinha, S.; Kaur, G.
    • Published in the book “Tools, Techniques and Protocols for Monitoring Environmental Contaminants” in 2019.
    • Book chapter exploring applications of advanced biosensor systems for real-time monitoring of wastewater treatment plants.

 

 

sujata sinha | Food Security | Best Researcher Award

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