Priya M G | Food Studies | Women Researcher Award

Dr Priya M G | Food Studies | Women Researcher Award

Assistant Professor (SG) at  Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, India

Dr. M G Priya is an Assistant Professor (SG) and Research Supervisor at the Department of English Language and Literature, Amrita School of Arts, Humanities and Commerce, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Kochi. She received her PhD from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in 2017, focusing on the concept of divine love in select poems of Kabir and Rabindranath Tagore. With 19 years of teaching and 13 years of research experience, Dr. Priya has a rich academic background, holding a B.Ed. in English from Calicut University and an M.A. in English from the University of Calicut.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Academic Background:

PhD from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Ettimadai, Coimbatore (2017). B.Ed. (English) from Calicut University (1994). M.A. (English) from University of Calicut (1992)

🎓 Work Experience:

Assistant Professor (SG) at Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore (2005-2020). Assistant Professor (SG) at Amrita School of Arts, Humanities and Commerce, Kochi (2020-present)

🏆 Membership in Academic Bodies:

Chairperson BoS English Language and Literature, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (2022-2025). Board of Studies of English Language and Literature, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Subject expert for various academic institutions.

📜 Awards/Rewards:

Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Teacher (2016-17) from Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Ettimadai


🍽️ Research Focus: Food Studies

Dr. Priya’s current research interest includes Food Studies, exploring the intersection of literature, culture, and psychology within the realm of food. She delves into the significance of food in literature, its portrayal, symbolism, and its role in shaping societal norms and identities. Through her interdisciplinary approach, she aims to unravel the complexities and nuances surrounding food and its representation in various cultural contexts.

Taimoor Javadi | Horticulture | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr Taimoor Javadi | Horticulture | Best Researcher Award

Academic staff at University of Kurdistan, Iran

Timoor Javadi is an associate professor born on July 24, 1972. He specializes in Horticultural Science and Engineering, holding a prominent position in the academic realm. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise, Professor Javadi contributes significantly to the field, leaving a lasting impact on the world of horticulture.


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Research Focus 🌱🔬:

Timoor Javadi’s research primarily focuses on the physiological responses of various pear genotypes to environmental stress, particularly drought. His investigations delve into the intricacies of proline accumulation, leaf water relations, and the impact of water stress on growth and biochemical characteristics in pear varieties. Additionally, he explores innovative approaches, such as the use of paclobutrazol on Beirut variety pear seedlings under drought conditions. Javadi extends his expertise to diverse crops, studying water consumption efficiency in basil plants and the effects of potassium sulfate foliar application on grape traits. His research spans horticultural sciences, water and soil dynamics, and plant disease control. 🍐🌱🔍



Timoor Javadi’s research has garnered substantial attention, with a total of 946 citations since its inception. Since 2019 alone, his work has received 672 citations. The h-index, a measure reflecting both productivity and citation impact, is 17 for the entire period and 14 since 2019. The i10-index, indicating the number of publications with at least 10 citations, stands at 24 overall and 19 since 2019. These metrics highlight the enduring impact and relevance of Javadi’s contributions to the academic community. 📊🔍👏

Jallat Khan | Medicinal Plants

Dr  Jallat Khan: Leading Research in Medicinal Plants
Associate Professor at  Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology, Pakistan

Dr. Jallat Khan, Ph.D., is a dynamic academician and researcher based in Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan. 🌍 He currently serves as the Director of the Institute of Biological Sciences at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology (KFUEIT) since May 20, 2022. 🎓 Dr. Khan has a rich academic background, earning his Ph.D. in Chemistry from The Islamia University Bahawalpur in 2015, with a focus on the phytochemical and biological screening of medicinal plants.

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📚 Education:

Dr. Jallat Khan, an academic trailblazer from Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan, holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry (2010-2015) 🧪 from The Islamia University Bahawalpur as an HEC Indigenous Scholar. His groundbreaking thesis focused on the phytochemical and biological screening of folk medicinal plants, Suaeda fruticosa and Cardaria chalepensis.

As an M. Phil. in Chemistry (2007-2009) 🎓 and HEC Indigenous Scholar at The Islamia University Bahawalpur, Dr. Khan explored the chemical detection and purification of Isoprenoids from an unexplored species of the genus Launaea, collected from Cholistan.

His academic journey began with an M.Sc. in Chemistry (2003-2005) 📚 from Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, where he delved into Organic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry. Dr. Khan laid the foundation for his academic pursuits with a Bachelors of Science (2001-2003) 🎓 from The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, majoring in Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology.

🎓 Research/Professional Experience :

Dr. Jallat Khan’s professional journey is marked by diverse roles and impactful contributions. 🚀 Currently, he serves as the Director of the Institute of Biological Sciences at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology (KFUEIT) since May 20, 2022, showcasing his leadership in the realm of biological sciences. 🌱

🏆 Teaching Experience :

Dr. Jallat Khan’s commitment to education is reflected in his extensive teaching experience, where he has played key roles in shaping the academic landscape. 📚 Since March 2017, he has served as an Assistant Professor (BPS-19) in the Department of Chemistry at Khwaja Fareed University of Engineering & Information Technology (KFUEIT), Rahim Yar Khan. His dedication to fostering academic growth is further emphasized by his role as an Assistant Professor in the Interim Placement of Fresh PhD Program (IPFP) in the Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities at KFUEIT since April 2016. 👨‍🏫

🌍 Scholarships Awarded and Distinctions:

Dr. Jallat Khan’s research journey has been marked by prestigious scholarships and grants, showcasing his dedication to advancing knowledge. 🌐He was honored with the HEC Indigenous PhD Scholarship from 2007 to 2013, a recognition of his outstanding contributions to research in Chemistry. This scholarship not only supported his academic pursuits but also acknowledged his potential as a researcher. 🎓

👩‍🏫Research Interests:

Dr. Jallat Khan’s research interests encompass a wide spectrum of topics at the intersection of chemistry and biology, focusing on medicinal plants and their applications. 🌿

His areas of expertise include:

  • Chemical and Biological studies on medicinal plants. 🧪🌱
  • Isolation, purification, and spectroscopic studies of secondary metabolites from medicinal plants, delving into the compounds that contribute to their therapeutic properties. 🔬📊
  • Pharmacological and adverse effects of herbal drugs, exploring the potential benefits and risks associated with herbal remedies. 💊🌿
  • Spectroscopy, involving the use of various techniques to analyze the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiation. 🌈
  • Chromatography, a method for separating and analyzing complex mixtures, particularly relevant in the study of plant compounds. 📈
  • HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography), a powerful technique for the separation and identification of compounds in a mixture. 💧💻
  • Bibliography/References Software, particularly EndNote®, to streamline and organize the vast body of literature in the field. 📚💻

Dr. Jallat Khan’s diverse research interests and methodologies showcase his comprehensive approach to advancing the understanding of medicinal plants and their potential applications in healthcare. 🌟

🌱 Research Focus:

Dr. Jallat Khan’s research focus spans a diverse array of topics in chemistry and biological sciences, with a particular emphasis on the study of medicinal plants and environmental health. 🌿 His work includes the evaluation of Ceiba pentandra for oil removal from palm oil mill effluent, health risk assessment of heavy metals in food from Multan, and insights into the phytochemical composition and biological activities of Moringa oleifera Lam. 🧪💡



Johnson Fasinmirin | Soil Science

Prof  Johnson  Fasinmirin :Leading Researcher in Soil Science
Professor at  Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

🌱☀️ Congratulations, Prof  Johnson  Fasinmirin on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from ResearchW! Your dedication, innovative research, your dedication and innovative contributions in the field of renewable energy and agriculture are truly inspiring! Your work in advancing solar energy technologies and addressing crucial issues like postharvest losses demonstrates your commitment to positive change. 🎉

Professor Johnson Fasinmirin is a distinguished researcher in Soil Science and a Professor at the Federal University of Technology in Akure, Nigeria. He recently received the prestigious Best Researcher Award from ResearchW in recognition of his dedication and innovative contributions to the fields of renewable energy and agriculture.🎉


  • Ph.D. in Soil and Water Engineering (2007)
  • M.Eng. in Soil and Water Engineering (2001)
  • B.EngHons. in Agricultural Engineering (1997)
  • National Diploma in Agricultural Engineering (1991)

Impressive academic journey! 🌱📚

 🔍 Professional Profiles:

Your digital footprint is extensive and diverse! 🌐📄

 🏆 Distinctions and Awards:

  • Best Graduate with the Highest CGPA, School of Engineering, Ondo State Polytechnic Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria. (School Prize). 1991. 🎓
  • Best Graduate with the Highest CGPA, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria. (Departmental Prize). 1991. 🏅
  • Department of Agricultural Engineering Prize, Federal University of Technology, Akure, awarded for being the best graduate student of the Department in the 1996/97 session. 🚜
  • Vice Chancellor’s Special Award in Recognition of Outstanding Contribution to the Development of the University during the Year 2019. 🌟

An impressive collection of accolades! 🏆✨

🤝 Membership of Professional Bodies:

  • Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers (NIAE) 🇳🇬🌾
  • Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) 🇳🇬🔧
  • International Soil Tillage Research Organization (MISTRO) 🌱🌍
  • American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 🇺🇸🚜
  • International Association of Hydrological Scientists (IAHS) 🌊🔍
  • Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) 🇳🇬📐

A well-rounded network across global and local engineering communities! 🌐🤝

Postgraduate Supervision: 🌱📚

 Masters degree: 🏆✨

  • Babalola, T. E., Trends of Evapotranspiration and Temperature on water balance components of climate change. (Completed 2013)
  • Omotayo, B. A., Impact of polluted surface water bodies on soil and water and phytoremediation characteristics of water hyacinth in Ilaje area of Ondo state. (Completed 2013))
  • Loto, J.O., Soil compaction characteristics and yield parameters of (Completed 2014)
  • Olorunfemi, I.E. Impacts and predictions of hydrophobicity in soils of different land uses in some selected communities of Ekiti state, Nigeria (Completed 2014)
  • Adesigbin J. Strength and Physicochemical Characteristics of Sandy Clay Loam Soil Planted with Cowpea (Vignaunguiculata) Under Different Tillage Systems in Akure, Nigeria (Completed 2014)
  • Olakuleyin F. Strength and Hydraulics Characteristics Variations within a Tropical Alfisol in Southwestern Nigeria under Different Land Use Management (Completed 2017)
  • Ogunyoyin A.E. Physicochemical, Biological Properties and Health Implications of Water Bodies around Landfills in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. (Completed 2017)
  • Ogunyoyin, E.A. Physicochemical Properties and Health Implications of Water Bodies Around Solid Waste Dumpsite in Osogbo, Nigeria. (Completed 2017)
  • Awonusi, O.S.Physicochemical and hydraulic characteristics of grave soil in selected cemeteries in Akure, Nigeria ((Completed 2019)
  • Ndidi, Ifeanyi. Investigating Some Physical Properties of Soils Under Different Land Uses(Completed 2019)
  • Jegede O.A. Evaluation of Evapotranspiration and Fruit Yield of Tomato (Lycopersiconesculentummiller) under Ambient and Controlled Environments(Completed 2021)
  • Oyewole T.M. Resource Utilization in Cucumber/Okra Intercrop under a Controlled Environment(Completed 2021)
  • David P.E. Growth and Yield Parameters of Amaranthuscruentus Irrigated Under Automated Solar Powered Drip System(Completed 2023)
  • Olaoye P.O. Effect of Greenhouse on Water Use and Yield of Sweet Pepper (Capsicum annum)(Completed 2023)
  • Babatunde M.O. Physicochemical and Hydrophysical Characteristics of Soil in Quarry Environment, Akure, Nigeria.(Completed 2023)
  • Emmanuel O.A. Response of Fluted Pumpkin (Telfairiaoccidentalis) to Different Fertlizer Sources under the Humid Rainforest Climate of Akure, Nigeria. (Completed 2023)
  • Taiwo A.T. Hydro-physical and Compaction Characteristics of Agricultural Soils Under different Machinery Passes(Completed 2023)

PhDSupervision: 🏆✨

  •  Abe, O.A., Penetration and Hydraulic Properties of Soil and Cassava Yield under different Tillage and Compaction Conditions (Successfully completed, 2017)
  • Olorunfemi I.E. GIS-Estimation of biomass and carbon storage of different land uses in the forest vegetative zone of Nigeria (Successfully completed, 2018)
  • Ogunrinde, O.T. Recent changes in rainfall and its effects on agricultural and hydrological drought indices in Nigeria (Successfully completed, 2019)
  • Sajo S. Modelling the Canopy Conductance and Water Use of Cocoa Tree (Theobroma cacao) (Successfully completed, 2022)
  • Konyeha, S. Assessment of Strength and Hydraulic Characteristics of Soil on Yam (Dioscoreaspp) and Cocoyam (Taro spp) intercrop under Different Tillage Systems in Akure, Nigeria (In Progress)
  • Adabembe B.A. Soil Physical Properties, Water and Radiation Use Efficiencies of Drip Irrigated Sweet Pepper/Okra Intercrop (Successfully completed)
  • Akinola, F.F. Dynamics of Soil Hydrophysical Processes and Yield of Selected Grains under different Tillage Practices in Akure, Nigeria (In Progress)
  • Imoukuede, A. Influence of bituminous deposits on physicochemical, strength and hydraulic characteristics of soils in selected sites around the oil producing communities of Ondo State, Nigeria. (In Progress)

 🌐 Fellowship Awards:

  • Staff Development Fellowship for Master’s degree, FUTA 🎓🌐
  • Staff Development Fellowship for Ph.D. degree, FUTA 🎓🌐
  • TWAS-CNPq Award for Postdoctoral Fellowship in Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil (2008) 🌍🇧🇷
  • Technical Partner with the University of Alicante, Spain, on Integrated Soil Fertility Management, CAPACITY4FOOD PROJECT in sub-Saharan African Countries 🌱🌍🇪🇸

A global journey of knowledge and collaboration! 🌐🤝

📚 Publications & Contributions:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 468. 🌐
  • Citations – 403. 📖
  • h-index – 13. 📊
  • Documents – 28. 📑

A testament to the depth and influence of your scholarly work! 🌟

Publications : 📊

  • A GIS-based assessment of the potential soil erosion and flood hazard zones in Ekiti State, Southwestern Nigeria using integrated RUSLE and HAND models
  • Total carbon and nitrogen stocks under different land use/land cover types in the Southwestern region of Nigeria
  • Is cassava yield affected by inverting tillage, chiseling or additional compaction of no-till sandy-loam soil?
  • Dynamics of land use land cover and its impact on carbon stocks in Sub-Saharan Africa: an overview
  • Application of artificial neural network for forecasting standardized precipitation and evapotranspiration index: A case study of Nigeria
  • Evaluation of the impact of climate change on the characteristics of drought in Sahel Region of Nigeria: 1971–2060
  • Hydro-physical, Hydrophobicity and Chemical Characterization of Drip Irrigated Soil Using Aquaculture Wastewater under Sweet Pepper/Okra Intercrop
  • Phytoremediation of aquaculture wastewater using Azolla pinnata and evaluation of its suitability for irrigation purpose
  • Impact of Climate Change and Drought Attributes in Nigeria
  • Effects of climate change and drought attributes in Nigeria based on RCP 8.5 climate scenario