I am Dr Jamseel.M, Pursued PhD in genomic science from the central university of Kerala. I will like to be passionate my entire life in the field of microbial research. Because of the basic knowledge which was acquired through master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Microbiology. So I am excited to work for this esteemed company and I will provide 100 % of my hard work to the company.
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Dr. Jamseel.M Phone: +91-963381009
PhD Scholar Genomic science (Thesis submitted)
Central University of Kerala
Periye (P.O), Bekal Fort (Via)
Kasaragod- 671 320, Kerala, India..
Name : Jamseel.M
Gender : Male
Nationality : Indian
Languages Known: English, Malayalam
Research Interest : Microbial, Molecular and Drug discovery
Ph.D. (Genomic Science) (2016 – 2022): Central University of Kerala
Thesis: Genetic Diversity of Halophilic Prokaryotes and the Predominance of Carotenoid Genes in the Arabian Sea Coastal Biosystems of India
M.Sc. (Microbiology) (2014 – 2016): Pondicherry central university (Grade-8.6/10)
Dissertation: Synthesis of Saponin Loaded Chitosan Nanoparticle And Its application in Disease Management of Lycopersicon esculentum
Relevant coursework: Food Microbiology, Agriculture microbiology, Medical microbiology, Bacteriology, Virology, immunology, Genomics, Genetic engineering, Biochemistry, Drug discovery
B.Sc. (Microbiology) (2011 – 2014): Gurudev arts and science college, Mathil, Kannur-(Mark-75%)
Relevant coursework: Microbiology (main), Chemistry & Biotechnology
Diploma in Health Inspector (2008 – 2010): AWH special college (Directorate of Health Services, Kerala) ( Mark 74.7%)
Relevant coursework: Microbiology, Epidemiology Anatomy, Physiology, Non-communicable disease, Basic medicine, Geriatric health, Mental health, Sociology
VHSE (Nursery Management and Ornamental Gardening) (2007-2009):(Mark-70%) PMSAPTSVHSS Kaikottukadavu
SSLC (2005): :(Mark-66%) PMSAPTSVHSS Kaikottukadavu
QUALIFIED NATIONAL EXAMS & FELLOWSHIPS
SRF Ph.D. fellowship under Indian Council of Medical Research – ICMR-2019
Poster presentation entitled Isolation and characterization of haloarchaeal species from Kerala sea coast and their biological applications at 59th Annual Conference of Association of Microbiologists of India &International Symposium on Host-Pathogen Interactions (ISME-AMI Pre-Conference Workshop 2018) December 09-12, 2018, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad”. (Awarded best poster presentation).
“Oral presentation entitled Metagenomic studies reveal the richness of diverse prokaryotic community structure and carotenoid encoded genes in Arabian sea coast of India at International Virtual Conference on Engineering, Medical, Biomedical, and Biological Sciences- 2020” (IVCEMBBS-2020) October 24-26, 2020”. (Awarded best oral presentation-Young Scientist
Microbiology and Biochemistry – Besides routine diagnostic laboratory work, Isolation, Identification, Culture and maintenance of bacteria, microscopy, immunostaining techniques and biofilm and anti-biofilm assays.
Molecular Biology – Genomic and Plasmid DNA Isolation, RNA Isolation, CDNA synthesis, Ligation, Cloning and expression, PCR.
Instrumentation – Preparative HPLC, PCR, RT-PCR, Gel imaging, UV Spectrophotometry. Electrophoresis, Dynamic light scattering (DLS), PCR, FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy), XRD, Nanodrops, Sonicator
Programme: R, match2 (XRD analysis), MG-RAST, PAST, Origin
Pain & Palliative and NSS Volunteer
Experience as Microbiologist Trainee In Pariyaram Medical College (1 month) and Experience as Junior Health Inspector (3 month in primary health center)
Participated in one-week hands on virtual workshop “Applied computational techniques in life science” BioTools 2020, August 10-15, 2020, organized by SynBiogenica Lab.
Participated in a two-day virtual Workshop on “Molecular Dynamics Simulations and In-Silico Drug Designing” on 12th and 13th of June 2021, organized by Cytogene Research & Development, Lucknow.
Participated in a virtual training programme topic on “MyLOFT User Training Session” in association with the Central University of Kerala on the 21st of September 2021.
Participated in a five-day virtual Workshop on ” The Speed Writing workshop” on the 20th-24th, September 2021 ” on the 20th-24th, September 2021, organized by Scire Science Pvt. Ltd, Kochi
HPLC training from Agilent (Central university of Kerala)
Moopantakath, Jamseel, Madangchanok Imchen, Busi Siddhardha, and Ranjith Kumavath* “16s rRNA metagenomic analysis reveals predominance of Crtl and CruF genes in Arabian Sea coast of India.” Science of The Total Environment 743, (2020): 140699. (IF: 7.963). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.140699
Moopantakath, Jamseel, Madangchanok Imchen, Ranjith Kumavath*, and Rosa María Martínez-Espinosa. “Ubiquitousness of Haloferax and carotenoid producing genes in Arabian Sea Coastal biosystems of India.” Marine drugs 19, no. 8 (2021): 442. (IF:5.118). https://doi.org/10.3390/md19080442
Manikandan, P., Moopantakath, Jamseel, Madangchanok Imchen, Ranjith Kumavath*, and P. K. Senthil Kumar. “Identification of multi-potent protein subtilisin A from halophilic bacterium Bacillus firmus VE2.” Microbial Pathogenesis (2021):105007.(IF:3.738).https://doi.org/10.1016/j.micpath.2021.105007
Madangchanok Imchen, Moopantakath, Jamseel, Ranjith Kumavath*, Debmalya Barh, Sandeep Tiwari, Preetam Ghosh, and Vasco Ariston De Carvalho Azevedo. “Current trends in experimental and computational approaches to combat antimicrobial resistance.” Frontiers in Genetics 11 (2020): 1144. (IF: 4.599). https://doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2020.563975
Moopantakath, Jamseel, Madangchanok Imchen, Athira Ch, and Ranjith Kumavath*. Metagenomic approaches in the elucidation of halophiles in the coastal area”. In Metagenomics and Microbial Ecology: Techniques and Application. ISBN: 9781003042570, CRC Press, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1201/9781003042570-7
Sreevalsan, Aathira, Moopantakath, Jamseel, and Ranjith Kumavath*. “Extremophilic microbes: blooms the biological synthesis of nanoparticles.” In Microbiomes of Extreme Environments, pp. 218-229. ISBN: 9780429328633, CRC Press, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1201/9780429328633
Madangchanok Imchen, Moopantakath, Jamseel, and Ranjith Kumavath*. “Gut microbiota and antibiotics: dysbiosis and antimicrobial resistance.” ISBN: 9780081005965, Elsevier, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-819265-8.00049-8
Moopantakath, Jamseel, and Ranjith Kumavath* “Bio-Augmentation of Actinobacteria and Their Role in Dye Decolorization.” In new and future developments in microbial biotechnology and bioengineering, pp. 297-304. ISBN: 9780444639943, Elsevier, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-63994-3.00020-5
Madangchanok Imchen, Moopantakath, Jamseel, Eswara Rao, and Ranjith Kumavath*. “Microbial biomolecules: challenges to control and prevent vector-borne diseases.” In Microbial Control of Vector-Borne Diseases, pp. 1-16. ISBN: 9781315165691, CRC Press, 2018. https://doi.org/10.1201/b22203-1
Dr. Ranjith Kumavath, Ph.D, FRSB PhD supervisor
Department of Genomic Science, Central University of Kerala Mobile No. +91-8547648620
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; RNKumavath@cukerala.ac.in
Dr. Siddhardha Busi, PhD Msc Project guide
Department of Microbiology, Pondicherry University Mobile No: +91 9597761788; +91 94889 54735
E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org