Archana Singh | Plant Biology | Best Researcher Award

Dr Archana Singh | Plant Biology | Best Researcher Award

Principal Scientist at  ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Dr. Archana Singh is a distinguished Principal Scientist in Biochemistry at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) in New Delhi, India. Born on June 19th, 1964, she has made significant contributions to the fields of plant biology, genomics, and molecular biology.

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🎓 Education:

B.Sc. in Botany, Chemistry, Zoology from Lucknow University, 1984 (77.1%). M.Sc. in Biochemistry from Lucknow University, 1986 (70.1%). Proficiency in German Language, 1987, Lucknow University. Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Lucknow University, 1992

👩‍💼 Work Experience:

Senior Scientist (Biochemistry) at ICAR-IARI, New Delhi since January 2010. Postdoctoral Fellow at Lucknow University, CSIR, DBT (NRCPB), and DBT (NRCPB), 1994-2010

🏅 Awards & Recognition:

Junior and Senior Research Fellowships from UGC, Govt. of India. Young Scientist Award from IUBMB. International Technology Award from World Technology Network. Recognition from the Indian Prime Minister and Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India

🔬 Research Focus: Plant Biology

👩‍🔬 Dr. Archana Singh is a distinguished Principal Scientist specializing in Biochemistry at the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi. Her research primarily focuses on Plant Biology, delving into the intricate mechanisms underlying plant growth, development, and stress responses.

🌿 With a keen interest in understanding the biochemical pathways and molecular regulation in plants, Dr. Singh’s work contributes significantly to enhancing agricultural productivity and resilience in the face of environmental challenges.

📚 Over the years, Dr. Singh has led numerous research projects and published extensively in esteemed scientific journals, shedding light on critical aspects of plant biochemistry and molecular biology.

🌟 Her dedication and expertise make her an invaluable asset to the field of Plant Biology, driving forward our understanding of plant systems and their interactions with the environment.

Citations:

Dr. Archana Singh has amassed an impressive scholarly impact, with 4,854 citations across 4,494 documents. Her research has been published in 138 documents, contributing to an h-index of 28. This indicates that Dr. Singh’s work has been widely recognized and cited within the scientific community, reflecting the significance and influence of her contributions to the field of Plant Biology.

 

Publications Top Notes

  1. DNA methylome analysis provides insights into gene regulatory mechanism for better performance of rice under fluctuating environmental conditions: epigenomics of adaptive plasticity
    • Authors: Kumar, S., Seem, K., Kumar, S., …, Krishnan, S.G., Mohapatra, T.
    • Journal: Planta, 2024, 259(1), 4
  2. Lentinan, β-glucan from Shiitake (Lentinula edodes): A review on structure, conformational transition, and gastrointestinal interaction contributing towards its anti-diabetic potential
    • Authors: Chakraborty, S., Beura, M., Sharma, S.K., …, Dahuja, A., Krishnan, V.
    • Journal: Trends in Food Science and Technology, 2023, 142, 104224
  3. Dynamics of physico-chemical properties towards understanding the optimum ageing of basmati and non-basmati rice (Oryza sativa L.) for consumer preferences
    • Authors: Thakare, S.S., Awana, M., Warwate, S.I., …, Krishnan, V., Singh, A.
    • Journal: Journal of Cereal Science, 2023, 112, 103714
  4. Optimization of paclobutrazol dose for mitigation of water-deficit stress in rice (Oryza Sativa L.)
    • Authors: Maheshwari, C., Garg, N.K., Singh, A., Tyagi, A.
    • Journal: Biochemical Systematics and Ecology, 2023, 107, 104596
  5. A quick and simple gel diffusion assay to visualize and quantify pullulanase activity for resistant starch content in food crops
    • Authors: Krishnan, V., Awana, M., Kulshreshta, A., Praveen, S., Singh, A.
    • Journal: Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2023, 32(1), pp. 189–195
  6. A novel micronutrients and methyl jasmonate cocktail of elicitors via seed priming improves drought tolerance by mitigating oxidative stress in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
    • Authors: Samota, M.K., Awana, M., Krishnan, V., …, Mithra, S.V.A., Singh, A.
    • Journal: Protoplasma, 2023
  7. Tackling banded leaf and sheath blight disease of maize through activation of host defense
    • Authors: Hamidi, S.M., Gogoi, R., Kumar, A., …, Yadav, R., Dorjee, L.
    • Journal: Frontiers in Agronomy, 2023, 5, 1229717
  8. Insight of PBZ mediated drought amelioration in crop plants
    • Authors: Maheshwari, C., Garg, N.K., Hasan, M., …, Singh, A., Tyagi, A.
    • Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science, 2022, 13, 1008993

 

Maximilien Azalou | Food Resources | Best Researcher Award

Dr Maximilien Azalou | Food Resources | Best Researcher Award

Research Assistant at  University of Parakou, Benin

Maximilien Azalou, a Beninese national born on September 28, 1988, is a dedicated researcher and expert in agronomic sciences, specializing in animal production. Currently based in Parakou, Benin, he serves as a Research Associate at the Laboratory of Ecology, Health, and Animal Production (LESPA). His work focuses on various crucial aspects including the valorization of food resources for domestic animals, sustainable management of transhumance, and the design of innovative breeding systems in response to climate change.

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🎓 Education:

Ph.D. in Agronomic Sciences, University of Parakou, 2019-2023. M.Sc. in Animal Production, University of Parakou, 2014-2017. Professional Master in Agricultural Sciences, University of Parakou, 2014-2016. Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomic Sciences, University of Parakou, 2009-2012

💼 Work Experience:

Research Associate at Laboratory of Ecology, Health and Animal Production (LESPA), Parakou, Benin, since 2015. Supervisor of Field Agents at Wake-Up Africa NGO, Benin, 2018. Part-Time Teacher at Kika Agricultural Technical High School, Parakou, Benin, 2016. Trainee at Communal Sector for Agricultural Development of Abomey-Calavi, Benin, 2014

📝 Skills:

  • Statistical data analysis
  • Report and scientific article writing
  • Monitoring and supervision of students

Maximilien Azalou is a passionate researcher and educator dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices, particularly in the management of pastoral resources and livestock production. With extensive experience in academia, research, and fieldwork, he strives to address the challenges of food security and climate change in Benin.

📚 Research Focus:

Valorization of food resources for animal nutrition. Sustainable management of transhumance and pastoral resources .Design of innovative breeding systems in climate change. Adaptation of cattle herders to climate change. Population dynamics of domestic ruminant populations. Improvement of milk and meat production of local breeds. Study of rangeland productivity and carrying capacity

 

Publications Top Notes

  1. The functional traits and threats to the Borgou cattle breed as perceived by farmers in Benin
    • Authors: Worogo, H.S.S., Hessa, C.C., Assani, A.S., Assogba, B.G.C., Alkoiret, I.T.
    • Journal: Pastoralism, 2022, 12(1), 16
    • Citations: 1
  2. Body Conformation Analysis through Biometric Traits in Borgou Cattle Breed Reared on Station Conservation Farm in Northern Benin
    • Authors: Worogo, H.S.S., Tchokponhoué, U., Idrissou, Y., Adjassin, J.S., Alkoiret, I.T.
    • Journal: Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science, 2021, 11(2), pp. 241–247
    • Citations: 3
  3. Towards community-based in situ conservation strategies: a typological analysis of Borgou cattle herding systems in northeastern Benin
    • Authors: Worogo, H.S.S., Idrissou, R., Assani, A.S., Alabi, C.D.A., Alkoiret, I.T.
    • Journal: Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2020, 52(3), pp. 1055–1064
    • Citations: 7
  4. Pastoral calendar and transhumance map of herders using pastoral resources in Djidja Commune in Southern Benin | Calendrier pastoral et carte de transhumance des éleveurs exploitant les ressources pastorales de la commune de Djidja au Sud Bénin
    • Authors: Azalou, M., Assani Seidou, A., Assogba, B.G.C., Baco, M.N., Alkoiret Traoré, I.
    • Journal: Revue d’Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux(France), 2019, 72(1), pp. 3–11
    • Citations: 3
  5. Effect of pelleting a food with soybean pulp (okara) on fattening local rabbits in north-benin | Effet de la granulation d’un aliment avec pulpe de soja (okara) sur l’engraissement de lapins locaux au nord-bénin
    • Authors: Alabi, C.D.A., Azalou, M., Adjassin, J.S., Akpo, Y., Alkoiret, I.T.
    • Journal: Livestock Research for Rural Development, 2019, 31(5)
    • Citations: 1

Daouda Guebre | soil conservation | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Dr Daouda Guebre | soil conservation | SustainableAg Leadership Award

Assistant in Agroecology and Agropedology at  Ziniaré University Center/University Joseph Ki-Zerbo, Burkina Faso

Daouda Guébré is a Burkinabe agroecologist, agro-pedologist, and teacher-researcher with a passion for sustainable agriculture and soil conservation. Born on December 29, 1987, in Iboké, Ivory Coast, Guébré’s academic journey began with a Bachelor’s degree in General Geological Sciences from Joseph Ki Zerbo University (UJKZ) in 2011. He pursued further education, earning Master’s degrees in Fundamental and Applied Geology, as well as Soils & Environment, from UJKZ between 2011 and 2016.

 

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📚 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Agroecology/Agro-pedology, Joseph Ki Zerbo University (UJKZ), 2017-2020
  • Master’s Degree in Soils & Environment, UJKZ, 2013-2016
  • Master’s Degree in Fundamental and Applied Geology, UJKZ, 2011-2012
  • Bachelor in General Geological Sciences, UJKZ, 2010-2011
  • General University Diploma in Biological and Geological Sciences, UJKZ, 2009-2010
  • Baccalauréat D, Lycée Municipal de San Pedro (RCI), 2007-2008

👨‍🏫 Professional Experiences:

  • Teacher Researcher at Ziniaré University Center/Joseph Ki Zerbo University, Burkina Faso, since 2021
  • Ph.D. Agroecologist/Agro-pedologist at Joseph Ki Zerbo University (UJKZ), 2017-2020

🏆 Awards:

  • 1st Prize, International Synthesis and Scientific Communication Competition (My thesis in 180 seconds), 2018
  • Winner of the 1st Prize of the Jury and 1st Prize of the Public

🔧 Skills:

  • Proficient in Microsoft and Libre Office suites, statistical software (R Commander, XLSTAT, SPSS), and internet research
  • Fluent in French and professional English

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Daouda Guébré’s research primarily focuses on sustainable agricultural practices and soil conservation in Sahelian agro-ecosystems. He investigates the efficacy of woody residue amendments in enhancing soil fertility and crop productivity, particularly in Burkina Faso’s challenging climate. His studies delve into intercropping systems involving sorghum, cowpea, and other staple crops, aiming to optimize resource use and mitigate environmental degradation. Through rigorous experimentation and analysis, he contributes valuable insights into agro-ecological practices that promote resilience and food security in vulnerable regions. Daouda’s work underscores the importance of integrating traditional knowledge with modern scientific approaches for sustainable land management and agricultural development.

Publications Top Notes:
  1. Nutrient cycling and microbial responses to termite and earthworm activity in soils amended with woody residues in the Sudano-Sahel
    Authors: Traoré, S., Guébré, D., Hien, E., Lorenz, N., Dick, R.P.
    Journal: European Journal of Soil Biology, 2022, 109, 103381
  2. Performance of sorghum-cowpea mixed cropping system on sorghum and soils productivities in the Sudano-Sahelian zone of Burkina Faso | Performance de l’association mixte sorgho-niébé sur les productivités du sorgho et des sols en zone Soudano-Sahélienne du Burkina Faso
    Authors: Zongo, K.F., Hien, E., Mare, B.T., Guebre, D.
    Journal: International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 2021, 15(3), pp. 987–1005
  3. Soil macrofaunal activity, microbial catabolic limitations and nutrient cycling in cropping systems amended with woody residues and nitrogen inputs
    Authors: Guébré, D., Traoré, S., Hien, E., Bationo, B.A., Wiesmeier, M.
    Journal: Pedobiologia, 2020, 83, 150686

 

Taye Minichil Meshesha | Agroecology | Best Researcher Award

Mr Taye Minichil Meshesha | Agroecology | Best Researcher Award

PhD student at  Tottori University, Japan

Dr. Meshesha earned his Ph.D. from Tottori University, Japan, with a research emphasis on agroecology-based land management. His academic journey includes an MSc in Hydraulics Engineering from Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, and a BSc in Hydraulic and Water Resource Engineering from Wollega University, Ethiopia.

 

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Education:

  • Ph.D. in Hydrology and Water Resources from Tottori University, Japan (Expected graduation in September 2024).
  • MSc in Hydraulics Engineering from Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia.
  • BSc in Hydraulic and Water Resource Engineering from Wollega University, Ethiopia.

Professional Journey:

  • Assistant Lecturer (Sept. 2015 – Oct. 2016) and later Lecturer (Jan. 2018 – Oct. 2020) at Debre Markos University, Ethiopia.
  • Currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Tottori University, Japan, focusing on agroecology-based land management.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Meshesha has made significant contributions to the field of sustainable land management, as evident in his publications. Notable works include articles on gully erosion susceptibility, land use/land cover changes, and household dietary diversity in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia. He actively engages in conferences, presenting research findings such as at the AGU Fall Meeting in 2022.

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Carla Maria Schmidt | Agribusiness | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr Carla Maria Schmidt | Agribusiness | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Carla Maria Schmidt at  Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná – Unioeste, Brazil

Dr. Carla Maria Schmidt is an accomplished academic professional with a distinguished career in the field of Management. Born on March 20, 1979, in Brazil, she holds a Postdoctoral degree in Applied Social Sciences from the Regional University of Blumenau and a Ph.D. in Administration from the University of São Paulo.

 

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🎓 Education & Experience:

Carla holds a Postdoctoral degree in Applied Social Sciences from FURB (2014) and a Ph.D. in Administration from the University of São Paulo (2010). With a Master’s degree in Administration and a Bachelor’s in Executive Secretariat from Unioeste, her academic journey reflects a commitment to continuous learning.

🚀 Research & Contributions:

Carla is not just an academic; she’s a research powerhouse. Leading the GPSEB Research Group since 2011 and coordinating the NEPIS center, she’s dedicated to advancing Management, Agroindustrial Systems, Cooperation, and Sustainability. Her 175 published books and numerous projects underline her commitment to innovation and knowledge dissemination.

🏆 Awards & Recognition:

Carla’s impactful career has garnered her scientific awards, recognition for extension projects, and a consistent presence in the Ranking of Scientists of the AD Scientific Index. Her cumulative impact factor of 0.745 in the last six years speaks volumes about her influence.

👩‍🏫 Professional Journey:

Boasting 24 years of professional experience, including 19 years as a professor, Carla is deeply involved in teaching, research, and extension at Unioeste. She’s a key player in leadership roles within the university, contributing significantly to Master’s, Doctorate, and Specialization Programs.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

📈 Entrepreneurship Culture: In her seminal work with MT Dreher, “Cultura Empreendedora: Empreendedorismo Coletivo e Perfil Empreendedor” (REGE Revista de Gestão, 2008), she explores the dynamics of entrepreneurial culture, emphasizing collective entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial profiles. This showcases her dedication to unraveling the intricacies of entrepreneurial ecosystems.

📑 Secretariado Executivo no Brasil: Teaming up with ID Cielo and KR Wenningkamp in “Secretariado Executivo no Brasil: Quo Vadis?” (Revista de Gestão e Secretariado, 2014), Carla addresses the trajectory of Executive Secretariat in Brazil. This demonstrates her multidisciplinary approach, connecting administrative functions with broader societal implications.

🌾 Female Participation in Agribusiness: Her collaborative work with ID Cielo and KR Wenningkamp in “A Participação Feminina no Agronegócio: O Caso da Coopavel–Cooperativa Agroindustrial de Cascavel” (Revista Capital Científico-Eletrônica, 2014) delves into gender dynamics in agribusiness, highlighting her commitment to issues of diversity and inclusion.

🌱 Organic Products Trade Policies: In collaboration with L Santos, Z Bidarra, and J Staduto, Carla contributes to “Políticas Públicas para o Comércio de Produtos Orgânicos no Brasil” (Revista de Ciências Agrárias, 2017), underscoring her engagement with sustainability and policy aspects within agricultural systems.

🏞️ Governance in Regional Tourism: Her work with M Tomio in “Governança e Ações Coletivas no Turismo Regional: A Experiência dos Empreendedores da Região Oeste do Paraná” (Turismo-Visão e Ação, 2014) showcases her interest in regional governance and collective actions, particularly in the context of tourism development.

Citations:

  • Total Citations: 582
  • Since 2019: 374 citations

📊 Scholarly Impact:

  • h-Index: 13
  • i10-Index: 20

These metrics underscore the widespread recognition and influence of her work in academic circles. With a commendable h-index of 13, indicating at least 13 of her papers have been cited at least 13 times each, and an i10-index of 20, reflecting the number of papers with at least 10 citations, Carla’s research stands as a cornerstone in her field.

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Selin Ceren Balsak | Sustainable Agriculture | Best Researcher Award

Dr Selin Ceren Balsak: Sustainable Agriculture
Dr at Kahramanmaraş Sütçü Imam University, Turkey

Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak is a plant virologist with a rich academic background. She earned her PhD in Virology from Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, focusing on the population structure of Tomato spotted wilt virus and the resistance response of pepper genotypes to reassortant isolates. Prior to her doctoral studies, she completed a Master’s degree in Virology, conducting research on the genetic diversity of grape viruses in autochthonous grape varieties. Dr. Balsak’s academic journey began at Çukurova University, where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Plant Protection. She further enriched her education through Erasmus exchanges, spending time at the Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection in Italy and Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Poland.

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Education

🌿 Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak, a passionate scholar in the realm of plant protection and virology, completed her academic journey with flying colors. She obtained her PhD from Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, specializing in Virology within the Faculty of Agriculture (2016-2020). Her groundbreaking thesis delved into the intricate world of the population structure of the Tomato spotted wilt virus, exploring the resilience of pepper genotypes against reassortant isolates.

🔬 Building on this foundation, Ceren pursued a Master’s degree in Virology at the same institution from 2014 to 2016. Her research during this period focused on unraveling the genetic diversity of viruses in the genus vitivirus (GVA, GVB) and nepovirus (GVFL). Her investigations took her to the vineyards of the eastern Mediterranean and southeast Anatolia regions, contributing valuable insights to the understanding of autochthonous grape varieties.

🎓 Ceren embarked on her academic journey at Çukurova University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Plant Protection from the Faculty of Agriculture (2008-2013). Her commitment to scholarly pursuits and her invaluable contributions to the field showcase her dedication to advancing our understanding of plant health and protection. 🌱💡

Projects:

🔍 Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak has been actively involved in cutting-edge research projects, contributing her expertise to advance the understanding of plant diseases. In the TÜBİTAK-1001 project (Project Number: 221O411), she played a crucial role as a researcher. Her focus was on the molecular and biological characterization of Citrus bark cracking viroid (CBCVd) in pistachio trees. Additionally, she was instrumental in developing a pioneering one tube-one step multiplex RT-qPCR protocol for the detection of two viroids in two genera (Cocadviroid, Hostuviroid), showcasing her commitment to innovative methodologies in plant virology.

🌱 Another noteworthy project, PIA-Bosphorus-France (221N050), saw Dr. Balsak taking on the role of a researcher in exploring a novel approach to screen pepper resistance to Beet western yellows virus (BWYV). Her involvement in this project highlights her dedication to finding innovative solutions for enhancing pepper plant resilience against viral threats.

Through her active participation in these projects, Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak continues to contribute significantly to the field of plant protection and virology, pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding. 🌿🔬 #ResearchProjects #PlantVirology #InnovationInScience

 

🍇 Research Focus:

🌱 Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak is a distinguished researcher with a multifaceted focus on plant virology, evident in her diverse body of work. Her research spans the detection of emerging threats, such as the first report of Kyuri green mottle mosaic virus in Turkey, showcased in Australasian Plant Disease Notes. With a keen eye on pepper crops, she explores the distribution and phylogenetic analysis of Broad bean wilt virus-2, as seen in Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology.

🔬 Dr. Balsak delves into the intricate world of molecular and biological characterization, evident in her work on Tomato spotted wilt orthotospovirus isolates and the first report of apple dimple fruit viroid in fig trees in Turkey. She extends her expertise to grapevines, uncovering the prevalence and genetic variability of Grapevine virus A in Turkish autochthonous grapevine varieties.

🌿 In the realm of tree crops, she contributes to the understanding of viroids affecting Pistachio and explores the genetic diversity of Hop stunt viroid in Pistachio trees. Additionally, her work encompasses the detection of Cucumber mosaic virus in cyclamen, marking a first report in Turkey.

🍇 Dr. Balsak’s contributions extend globally, with studies on the distribution and population diversity of Australian grapevine viroid in Turkish autochthonous grapevine varieties, as well as the occurrence of Beet western yellows virus in spinach in Turkey. Her dedication to advancing knowledge is evident in her exploration of Grapevine virus D in autochthonous grapevine varieties.

👩‍🔬 Overall, Dr. Selin Ceren Balsak’s research reflects a holistic approach to plant virology, covering a wide spectrum of plant species and viruses, contributing significantly to the field. #PlantVirology #ResearchDiversity #ScientificExploration

 

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Jialiang Guo | Agricultural Policy | Excellence in Innovation

Prof Jialiang Guo: Agricultural Policy
Professor at Vice dean of Medical School, Foshan University, China

Prof. Jialiang Guo is the Vice Dean of the Medical School at Foshan University, China. With 16 years of research experience, he specializes in the application of sensors in pharmaceutical analysis. He has an impressive publication record, including 108 peer-reviewed scientific articles and two book chapters in Pharmaceutical Analysis and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Guo earned his Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Analysis from Jinan University and has since supervised multiple doctoral and master’s theses. He serves on the editorial boards of five peer-reviewed journals and is a reviewer for seven others. His contributions have been recognized with awards such as the Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award.

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📚 Education:
  • Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Analysis, Jinan University, 2014
  • M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Jinan University, 2007
  • B.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Engineering, Hefei University of Technology, 2005
🏆 Achievements:
  • Awards include Guangdong Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award
  • Editorial board member of five peer-reviewed journals
🔬 Research Focus:
  • 16 years in Application of Sensors in Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • 108 peer-reviewed publications in top journals
  • Expert in separation science and analytical techniques
  • Specializes in Biomedical, Pharmaceutical, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) analysis
  • Food and drug quality control advocate

AgriSolutions Leadership Excellence Award

Introduction of AgriSolutions Leadership Excellence Award

Welcome to the AgriSolutions Leadership Excellence Award—an esteemed recognition celebrating pioneers in the agricultural sector. This award aims to honor individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, innovation, and impact in the field of agribusiness.

Award Eligibility:

Open to visionaries in the agricultural sector, the AgriSolutions Leadership Excellence Award has no age limits. Eligible candidates should possess a strong educational background, a proven track record of achievements, and a commitment to advancing agricultural practices.

Qualifications and Publications:

Candidates are required to showcase a high level of expertise in agribusiness, supported by relevant qualifications. Publications, research, and contributions to the agricultural domain will be considered as valuable indicators of a candidate’s eligibility.

Recurrence and Evaluation Criteria:

The award is an annual event. The evaluation process considers factors such as leadership, innovation, sustainability, and overall impact on the agricultural community.

Submission Guidelines:

Candidates must adhere to the submission guidelines, including a comprehensive biography, an abstract highlighting their contributions, and supporting files that demonstrate their achievements in the agricultural sector.

Recognition and Community Impact:

Recipients of the AgriSolutions Leadership Excellence Award will gain industry-wide recognition for their exceptional contributions. The award emphasizes the importance of community impact, acknowledging individuals who have made a significant difference in the agricultural community.

Biography and Abstract:

The biography should provide a detailed overview of the candidate’s professional journey, while the abstract should succinctly capture the essence of their impactful work in agribusiness.

Submission of Supporting Files:

Candidates are encouraged to submit relevant files showcasing their achievements, innovations, and contributions to the agricultural sector.