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Name Dr. Sujata Maiti (Choudhury)
Designation Professor
Department Name HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY WITH COMMUNITY HEALTH
Office Phone No 03222-276554 Extn. 450
Email ID sujata.vu2009@gmail.com
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Mobile No 9474444646
Personal Website http://vidyasagar.ac.in/dept_of_humanphysio/CV_SujataMaiti.pdf
Address Department of Human Physiology with Community Health,Vidyasagar University
Educational Qualification
Degree NameInstituteYear of passing/awarded
Ph.D.Jadavpur University1995
M.Phil in Environmental Science.Calcutta University1988
B.EdCalcutta University1987
M.Sc. in PhysiologyCalcutta University1986
B.Sc in Physiology HonsCalcutta University1984


Career Profile / Teaching Experience
Associate Professor, Department of Human Physiology with Community Health since 19th July, 2006.
Reader, in the Department of Physiology, Midnapore College since December, 1999.
Senior Lecturer, in the Department of Physiology, Midnapore College since December, 1995.
Lecturer, in the Department of Physiology, Midnapore College since 6th September, 1990.
Junior Research Fellow –ICMR, in the Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata from July, 1987 to July, 1990.

Specialization/Research Area
Field of SpecializationResearch Area/ Areas of Interest
Biochemistry, Cancer Biology, Environmental Toxicology, Pharmacology, Molecular endocrinology and Community Health.
•Molecular drug development by mycotoxins and phytochemicals
• Synthesis and application of nanoconjugates as cancer therapeutic agents
• Toxicological and molecular studies on synthetic pyrethroids
• Community health and nutritional status studies

Course/ Subject Taught
Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular Endocrinology,Environmental Science and Toxicology, Biostatistics.

Conference/ Symposium /Journal Paper / Books Published
International Publication
TitlePublished inYearPublished by
Zinc and alpha-lipoic acid alleviate cypermethrin induced reproductive toxicity in mature male wistar ratInternational Journal of Life Sc & Pharma Research,4(2)2013IJLPR Society
Eupatorium ayapana leaf extracts enhance antioxidant potential in Ehrlich’s ascites carcinoma-bearing Swiss albino mice.International Journal of Life Sc & Pharma Research,3(4)2013IJLPR society
Antineoplastic and apoptotic potential of traditional medicines thymoquinone and diosgenin in squamous cell carcinomaPLoS ONE 7(10): e46641.doi:10.13712012PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE
PKI 166 induced redox signalling and apoptosis through activation of p53, MAP Kinase and caspase pathway in epidermoid carcinomaJournal of Experimental Therapeutics and oncology,10(2):139-532012Anticancer Therapeutics and Oncology Society
Toxicological potential of mycotoxin MT81 and its benzoylated derivative on testicular spermatogenesis and steroidogenesis in mature male Wistar albino ratsToxicology Mechanisms and Methods,1–82011Informa Health care
Knowledge and information on psychological, physiological and gynaecological problems among adolescent schoolgirls of eastern India.Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences,21(3):183-189.2011Jimma University
Antineoplastic activities of MT81 and its structural analogue in Ehrlich ascites carcinoma-bearing swiss albino mice.Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity,3:1: 61-702010Hindawi Publishing Corporation


National Publication
TitlePublished inYearPublished by
Evaluation of the hepatotoxic potential of cypermethrin in mature male Wistar rat by intraperitoneal routeIndian Journal of Biological Sciences, Vol,16: 19-28.2010Global Academic Society
The central nervous system depressant activities of Mycotoxin MT81 and its Acetylated and Benzoylated analogues.Al Ameen Journal of Medical Sciences,1(2):101-111.2008Al Ameen Medical College Scientific and Research Committee
Antileishmanial activities of mycotoxin MT81 and its derivativesIndian Journal of Experimental Biology,31:888- 890.1993Council of Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR) Association with Indian National Science Academy
Antimicrobial activities of mycotoxin MT81 and its structural derivativesIndian Journal of Experimental Biology,30: 140-1411992Council of Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR) Association with Indian National Science Academy


Other Publication


Books Published

Ph. D. Thesis Guidence
Ongoing / Submitted Ph. D. Thesis
Scholar NameThesis TitleCo SupervisorStatusComplete in Year
Ananya PradhanEvaluation of Indole-3-Carbinol,a phenolic phytomedicine and its nano formulation in Cancer therapyDr.Sib Sankar RoyOngoing2018 (Expected)
Anurag ParamanikRole of Zinc and Lipoic acid on Cypermethrine induced Reproductive & Immunotoxicity in animalDr.Prasanta MaitiOngoing2017
Saswata SanyalCharacterization of active constituents of calotropis gigantea latex extracts and comparative evaluation of their antimicrobial, antioxidant and anticancer properties Ongoing2016
Barun ChakrabortyStudy of the protective effect of taurine against Lambda cyhalothrin (ICON)-Induced oxidative stress and system toxicity in animalsDr.Prasanta MaitiOngoing2016
Madhubanti BepariExploration of antimicrobial, anticancer and antioxidant properties of active fraction of Barleria lupulina leaf extractsDr.Sib Sankar RoyOngoing2016
Pralay MaityEvaluation of anticancer efficacy of Calotropis gigantea latex extracts and comparative study with its nano particles conjugated fractionDr. Rathindranath BaralOngoing2016
Tuhina DasStudy of the ameliorative effect of zinc on cypermethrin induced organ toxicity in animals Ongoing2015
Rini GhoshEvaluation of the toxic potential of pyrethroid lambda-cyhalothrin in different systems of rat Ongoing2015


Awarded Ph. D. Thesis
Scholar NameThesis TitleCo SupervisorStatusComplete in Year
Monami Mondal MukherjeeThe protective role of Spinacia oleracea in the management of experimental rat model of EpilepsyProf. Debjani Guha, University of Calcutta, Kolkata.Awarded2013

Project Work

Ongoing Project Works
Project titleWorked asFunding AgencyAmount in Rs.Duration in yearsPeriod
Year to Year
Status
Assessment of the toxic effects of synthetic pyrethroid Cypermethrin on biochemical, hormonal and oxidative stress parameters of reproductive system and its alleviation through supplementation of zinc and a- lipoic acid in animalPrincipal InvestigatorUGC, Major12998003 year20122015



Membership of Learned Society 
Life member of Physiological Society of India (PSI)
Life member of Indian Science Congress of India
Fellow of Society for Applied Biotechnology

Conference /Seminar/Workshop Attended/Organised

Conference /Seminar/Workshop Attended



Conference /Seminar/Workshop Organised

Title of the Conference/Seminar/WorkshopYearRole in the EventFunding Agency
National Seminar on ‘Trafficking of women and girls: a serious human rights violation’2014ConvenerUGC
Workshop on ‘Self Defense’2014ConvenerUGC
International Conference on Ergonomics and Human Factors, HWWE-20132013Asst. Organizing SecretaryDRDO, DST, CSIR
National Seminar on ‘Access to justice for women-issues and perspectives’2013ConvenerUGC
International Seminar on “Frontiers in Biological researches (ICFBR-2012)”2012Organizing SecretaryUGC Unassinged Grant
National Seminar on ‘Women’s health: Recent Research & Trends’2011ConvenerUGC
National Seminar on ‘Protecting the rights of the marginalized women : modes and challanges’2011ConvenerUGC
National Seminar on “Women Development in the Perspective of Socio-Cultural, Environmental and Health Issues”2010ConvenerUGC
National Seminar on “Emerging Issues in Physiology and Allied Sciences”2010Organizing SecretaryUGC Unassinged Grant
XVIth Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India2007Member, organizing committeeUGC Unassinged Grant

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