NAME DR MINAKSHI DE
MOBILE NUMBER 9903349760
DATE OF BIRTH 1965-05-07
EMAIL deminakshi1965@yahoo.com
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

35 Garpar Road, Kolkata 700 009

DESIGNATION DEPARTMENT EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION TEACHING EXPERIENCE
SACT 1 Microbiology

B.Sc, B.Ed, MSc, Ph.D (calcutta University)

Sixteen years.
SPECIALIZATION

Microbiology.

AREA OF RESEARCH

Microbiology.Biochemistry

AREA OF INTEREST

Microbiology, Biochemistry

PUBLICATIONS

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Antimicrobial Screening of Some Indian Spices - De M, De A K and Banerjee A B, Phytother. Res. ,13, 166, 1999
  2. Screening of Indian spices for Antimicrobial Activity - De M, De A K and   Banerjee A B, J. Spices & Aromatic Crops,  13, 616, 1999
  3. Preliminary Screening for Antimicrobial  Activity of Indian Spices  - M De, A K De , and A Banerjee,  Recent Trends in  Spices & Medicinal Plant Research , (Edited A K De) Published by Associate  Publishing Company, New Delhi,  pg 39,  2000.
  4. Antimicrobial Activity of Ajowain and Cumin – Mukherjee L, De M, De A K and

Banerjee A B, Recent Trends in  Spices & Medicinal Plant Research , (Edited by

      A K De) , Published by Associate Publishing Company, New Delhi,  pg 47 , 2000

  1. Spices Research in the New Millennium – A K De and M De, Proceedings, Tenth

            Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants, Spices and Other Natural Products,

            Bangladesh, pg – 57, 2000

  • Antimicrobial Actions of Illicium Verum Hook .f, - De M, De A K, Mukherjee R,  Banerjee  A B and  Miro M, Ars Pharmaceutica, 42 (3-4), 211, 2001
  • Antimicrobial Properties of Star Anise (Illicium Verum.Hook .f)  - De M, De A K, Sen P C and Banerjee A B,    Res., 16, 94, 2002
  1. Spices Prevent Microbial Deterioration of Waste – De M, De A K and Banerjee A,

Proceedings of XIIth National Symposium on Environment , Tehri , page 343-348, 2003

9.Antimicrobial Actions of Cuminum cyminum  - De M, De A K, Mukherjee R,        

    Banerjee A B and  Miro M , Ars Pharmacea,  2003 

10.Antimicrobial Actions of Illicium Verum - De M, De A K, Mukherjee R,     

      Banerjee A B, Book on Illicium, Pimpinella and Foeniculum published by Taylor   

      & Francis, UK, 2004

 

11..Antimicrobial actions of bishop`s weed (Trachyspermum ammi l.) – De M, De A K,Mukhopadhyay R and Banerjee A B,  Publisher Edited by P C Trivedi, 

  1. Antimicrobial properties of Some Important  spices – De M, and De A K Advances

       in Medicinal Plant Research, Canada, Publisher Research Signpost,  Editors S N

       Acharya and J E Thomas, 2007

  1. Antimicrobial activities of Indian Spices with special reference to Bishops weed,

       Cumin and Star Anise – M De and A K De, Asian. J. Exp. Sci, 28(1) 13-21, 2014

 

14.. Functional and Therapeutic Applications of Some Important Spices – A K De and M

      De,  Book on Functional and Therapeutic Applications, Elsevier Publication, 2018

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Arsenic and its many cousins – Telegraph Knowhow dated 28/10/2002

 

  1. No takers for prizes -Telegraph Knowhow dated 18/11/2002

 

  1. Memory boosters - Telegraph Knowhow – dated 23/1/2003

 

  1. Mums worst enemy - Telegraph Knowhow – dated 27/62003

 

  1. Microbe killer spice - Telegraph Knowhow – dated 3/6/2003

 

  1. Ajowain – Science Reporter – dated October 2003.

 

  1. Menances of Lead – Science Reporter (Accepted),  2004

 

  1. Antimicrobial properties of Spices -  Herbal Care & Home Remedies, Vol I

Published from Ramakrishna Vivekananda Mission Institute of Advanced Studies, Kolkata, 2004

 

  1. Arsenic-India’s health crisis attracting global attention, Current Science,  88, no.5,10th March2005
  2. Cholera-The scourge of India and Bangladesh, Current Science,  89, No2, 25th July 2005
  3. India, ideal destination for clinical trials ,Current Science , 89, No.4, 25th August2005
  4. Medals for Indian students at Biology Olympiad , Current Science,  89, No.5, 10th September2005
  5. A new initiative on genetics at Banaras Hindu University, Current Science   89, No.5, 10th September2005
  6. A new class of gels, Current Science, , 89, No.5, 10th September 2005
  7. Unconventional Pests, Current Science,  89, No.6, 25th September2005
  8. International Symposium and IABMS Annual Conference 2005,Current Science  90, No.4,25th February 2006.
  9. Science Communication and Media practice, Current Science, 90,No.6, 25th March 2006
  10. Innovations in Biosciences as applied to Biotechnology,Current Science,  90,No.8,25th April 2006
  11. Quality improvement in Food Processing, Current Science, 92 no 8, 1037, 25 April., 2007
  12. Genetically modified seeds, Current Science,  94,No.1, 10 January 2008
  13. Rashtriya Vigyan Sancharak Sammelan,Meeting Report, Current Science,  94, No.8, 25 April 2008
  14. Frontiers of Microbiology: Prospects &Challenges, Science and Culture,  81,    January-February 2015

 

 

SEMINAR & SYMPOSIA
  1. Preliminary screening for antimicrobial activities from Indian  spices  -  De M ,  De  A K and Banerjee A B,  6th  APSA National  seminar on Biological Diversity and Human Welfare,  proceedings, Rhisikesh, September, 1997

 

  1. Isolation of Antimicrobial Compounds from Star Anise – De M, De A K, Sen P, Banerjee A B,  Proceedings,  National Conference  on  Recent  Trends in Spices  & Medicinal  Plant Research,  pg- B7, April, Calcutta, 1998.

 

3.`  Antimicrobial Activity of Ajowain – Mukherjee L, De M, De and Banerjee A B,  Proceedings,  National Conference  on  Recent  Trends in Spices  &  Medicinal  Plant  Research,  pg- B35, April, Calcutta, 1998.

 

  1. Antimicrobial properties of Some Important Spices – De A K, De  M and Banerjee A B , Proceedings Centennial Conference on Spices and Aromatic Plants,  September, Cochin, 2000.

 

  1. Comparative study of Antimicrobial Properties of Some Selected Indian Spices – De M, De A K and Banerjee A B, Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants and Spices and Other Natural Products ,p-279 ,Dhaka, 2000.

 

6..   Star Anise (Illicium Verum Hooker F) and its Antimicrobial Properties – De M, De A K, Sen P and Banerjee A B, Proceedings, 69th Annual Meeting of SBC(I), Kolkata,  p-N14, December, 2000

 

  1. Indian Spices Protect Microbial Deterioration – De M, De A K and Banerjee A B, Proceedings, XVIth Annual Conference of National Environmental Science Academy on Emerging Pollutants Inpact on Health, agriculture and Environment,  March, Kolkata, 2003

 

  1. Spices Prevent Microbial Deterioration of Waste – De M, De A K and Banerjee A, XIIth National Symposium on Environment , Tehri ,June, page 343, 2003

 

  1. Antimicrobial actions of cumin seeds – Minakshi De, A K De, A B Banerjee, SBC Conference on Emerging areas in Biology, page 10, Digha, 9-11, April, 2004.

 

  1. Participated in the “Alternatives, Animal Welfare and the Curriculum” Seminar and Workshop organised by International Network for Humane Education and Third World Society for the Protection of Animals held on 30 August 2004.

 

  1. Spices in Health and Diseases – A K De and Minakshi De, Proceedings, 10 th World Congress on Clinical nutrition, Phuket, pg – 74, 30 November – 3 December, 2004

 

12.Use of Spice Oils as Antimicrobals - Minakshi De and Amit Krishna De, Proceedings, national seminar on Recent Trends in Biotechnology, Prasanthi Nilayam, 9- 11 February, 2005

  1. Invited lecture, 19th World Congress on Clinical Nutrition, Varanasi, 13-16 March, 2015

 14. Invited Lecture – Women Science Congress organized during 103rd Indian Science Congress, 3-7 January, 2016, Mysore

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

None

REFRESHERS & ORIENTATION COURSES

Summer School, Calcutta University

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Resource person for more than 5 years training on science communication and media practice conducted by Indian Science News Association and Vigyan Prasar,DST,Government of India 

Executive Committee member of North Kolkata Choturangan Academy, Registered Society under West Bengal

ACHIEVEMENTS
  1. Ramasessan Fellow, Current Science, 2004-2006
  2. Invited Speaker Women Science Congress organized during 103rd Indian Science Congress, 3-7 January, 2016, Mysore.
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