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4th International Conference on Applied Microbiology and Beneficial Microbes

Tokyo, Japan

Satish Kumar


Satish Kumar

AUJ INNOVEDIC, India

Biography

Dr. Satish Kumar has expertise in Assisted Reproduction Technology and Applied Microbiolgy.He is Chief Scientist and Head (Research and Development) Auj Innovedic Ayurvedic company Ambala, Haryana, India. He is actively engaged in Research and teaching in Department of Biotechnology. He has guided eleven M.Tech students in different research areas of Biotechnology and has been member and coordinator of various committees of college and university level. D r .Kumar has M.Sc degree in Biotechnology and Molecular Biology , Haryana Agricultural University ,Hisar and PhD in Animal Biotechnology from Chaudhary Devi Lal University , Sirsa , Haryan,India and Authored one Book and Three book chapters Book and Research articles in Journal of International and National Repute. He also serves as member in the scientific advisory board of International Journal of Animal Biotechnology, India. Dr,Kumar is popular speaker who delivered lectures on role of Biotechnology in human welfare and worked with scientists of International repute from top institutions world and and India. He has delivered many lectures in different institutions across country and at international level via webinar on topic “ Advances in Biocatalysis and its impact on early and late development of small molecules to 12 PhD scientists and over 20 Research Associates to Merck Research Laboratories U.S,A. His Students working as Scientist and doing PhDs in US , Canada, Australia etc.

 

Abstract

Abstract : Study of antimicrobial potential of important indian medicinal plant extracts against pathogenic bacteria and fungi