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Anilkumar Gopinathan

Anilkumar Gopinathan

Senior Professor
School of Biosciences & Technology, VIT University
India

Biography

Professor Dr. G Anilkumar is a Senior Professor in the School of Biosciences and Technology, VIT University, India. He is an expert in the field of crustacean endocrinology. He completed his Ph.D. in the field of invertebrate endocrinology from Calicut University, Kerala and got his post-doctoral training at the University of Oklahoma, USA as DBT Overseas fellow. He was nominated as the Scientific Adviser by the International Foundation for Science (IFS, Stockholm) and elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, London. He was the recipient of the DBT Overseas Associateship to pursue research at the University of Oklahoma. Awarded research grant two times from the International Foundation for Science (Stockholm, Sweden), he is currently the scientific advisor to IFS. Dr. Gopinathan had also been Visiting Scientist to the University of Gdansk (Poland) and International Sakharov Environmental University (Minsk, Belarus) and has also visited and pursued collaborative research at the University of Oklahoma (under Indo-US DST-NSF program). He has successfully guided many doctoral students during his research career and has also been awarded three prestigious best teacher awards at both university and state level. He has authored numerous research papers, obtained trainings from prestigious institutions of the world, chaired sessions of various international conferences and carried out collaborative research work with various scientists both at the national and international level.

Research Interest

Crustacean Endocrinology, Cell Biology,Aquacultural Biotechnology, Invertebrate Reproduction