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Name Dr. Chandradipa Ghosh
Designation Professor , Head
Department Name HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY WITH COMMUNITY HEALTH
Office Phone No 03222-276554 Extn. 450
Email ID ch_ghosh@mail.vidyasagar.ac.in
Fax -
Mobile No 9433187517
Personal Website http://vidyasagar.ac.in/dept_of_humanphysio/CV_Chandradipaghosh.pdf
Address Department of Human Physiology with Community Health,Vidyasagar University
Educational Qualification
Degree NameInstituteYear of passing/awarded
M.Sc in PhysiologyCalcutta University1993
NET (JRF) - CSIRConducted jointly by CSIR & UGC1992
B.Sc in PhysiologyPresidency College / Calcutta University1991


Career Profile / Teaching Experience
NET (JRF) – CSIR - adhoc Junior Research Fellow in the Department of Microbiology, Bose Institute, Kolkata from January, 1994 to January, 1996; TITLE OF THE PROJECT: ‘Immunobiologial Studies on Vibrio cholerae non-O1/non-O139’
Lecturer,Department of Human Physiology with Community Health, Vidyasagar University since 29 January, 1996.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Microbiology & Immunology, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), San Antonio, Texas, USA from 2003 to 2004 in an NIH-funded research project, TITLE OF THE PROJECT: Molecular Mechanisms for Vibrio cholerae Pathogenesis.
Presently , Professor, Department of Human Physiology with Community Health, Vidyasagar University

Specialization/Research Area
Field of SpecializationResearch Area/ Areas of Interest
Microbiology
Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering
Biochemistry
Community Health
Quorum sensing regulation and other cell signaling phenomenon for environmental persistence and pathogenic properties of clinical and environmental isolates of Vibrio cholerae
Understanding of pathogenesis of Vibrio cholerae clinical and environmental isolates
Pathogenesis and survival fitness of hospital associated and community associated Staphylococcus aureus
Microbial diversity, bioremediation
Lifestyle, obesity and risk of coronary artery disease in different age groups and occupational activities

Course/ Subject Taught
M.Sc in Human Physiology
Areas of Teaching - Microbiology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry

Ph. D. Thesis Guidence
Ongoing / Submitted Ph. D. Thesis
Scholar NameThesis TitleCo SupervisorStatusComplete in Year
Parimal DuaStudies on virulence expression, exopolysaccharide expression, biofilm formation and its regulation in environmental fresh water and marine Vibrio cholerae isolates Ongoing2017
Amit KarmakarVirulence characterization and study of virulence regulation of community associated Staphylococcus aureus isolated from scalded skin syndrome of children Ongoing2017
Supriyo MishraChildhood obesity and its relationship with selected motor quality and physiological parameters including risk factors for coronary artery disease in 5-12 years old boys Ongoing2015


Awarded Ph. D. Thesis
Scholar NameThesis TitleCo SupervisorStatusComplete in Year
Smritikana BiswasIdentification of the role of quorum sensing signaling molecule cholera autoinducer 2 (AI-2) in flagella-mediated signal transduction pathway and regulation of virulence expression in Vibrio cholerae Awarded2014
Prithwiraj MukherjeeIdentification of the role of quorum sensing signaling molecule cholera autoinducer 1 (CAI-1) in flagellum-dependent cell signaling pathway and regulation of virulence gene expression in Vibrio cholerae Awarded2014

Project Work

Ongoing Project Works
Project titleWorked asFunding AgencyAmount in Rs.Duration in yearsPeriod
Year to Year
Status
National Hospital Based Rotavirus Surveillance NetworkPI at Midnapore Peripheral SiteICMR48000004 year20132017


Completed Project Works
Project titleWorked asFunding AgencyAmount in Rs.Duration in yearsPeriod
Year to Year
Status
Identification of Quorum Sensing Regulation on Flagellum-Dependent Signal Transduction Pathway Controlling Biofilm Formation and Virulence Gene Expression in Vibrio cholerae’PIDST22000003 year20072010
Plasma Lipid Profile:A Risk Factor Aetiology of Coronary Artery Disease in Older AthletesPIUGC Minor150002 year19982001

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