Gurudas College

Affiliated to University of Calcutta
Re-accredited with “B” grade by NAAC

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Faculty: Dr. Sheuli Dasgupta

  • Department: Microbiology
  • Qualification: M.Sc., Post M.Sc.(SINP)., Ph.D.(SINP), Post Doctorate (SINP)
  • Email ID: sheulidasgupta@yahoo.co.in
  • Area of Specialization: 1. Molecular mechanisms in cell signal transduction with associated biochemical and microbiological parameters. 2. Electron microscopic and ultrastructural studies of bacterial cells
  • Research Interest: 1. Growth related cell signalling mechanisms in eukaryotes 2. Ultrastructural studies of biological samples
  • Teaching: Microbiology
  • Awards: Fellowship awarded at the levels of: 1. Higher Secondary 2. Ph.D. 3. Post Doctorate
  • Professional Membership: Life Member of Society of Biological Chemists, (SBC), India. Life Member of Indian Science Congress Association
  • Research Projects: Will be applying
  • Collaborations: Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP)
  • Special Achievements: 1. Appointed as Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences. 2.Appointed as Consultant Editor of Environsafe Foundation, India. 3. Special awards for achieving distinguishable position in Music : Classical and Rabindrasangeet..4. Appointed as Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences (IJANS ); ISSN(Print):2319-4014 ; ISSN(Online): 2319-4022 , 2013. 5. Editorial Advisory Board Member, International Journal on Biological Sciences, 2013. 6. Editorial Advisory Board Member, International Journal on Environmental Sciences, 2013.

Important Publications:

  1. Growth stimulation by serum in Entamoeba histolytica is associated with protein tyrosine dephosphorylation. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 1999. 178, 241-241
  2. Serum deprivation leads to growth inhibition and protein tyrosine phosphorylation in Entamoeba histolytica. Current Science. 2000. 78, 336-338.
  3. Inhibition and stimulation of growth of Entamoeba histolytica in culture : association with PKC activity and protein phosphorylation. Experimental Parasitology. 2000. 98, 28-35
  4. Effect of nitrogenous fertilizers on Rhizobium sp. Cells. Annals of Microscopy. 2004. 4, 96-102.
  5. Endosulfan treated Rhizobium sp. Cells: A Study. Annals of Microscopy. 2005. 5, 85-92.
  6. Invisible hazards of mobile phones. Environsafe Foundation, India. Feb, 2011
  7. Impact on nitrogen fixing bacteria by environmental stresses. National Environmental Science Academy, India. 2011
  8. Stress and Anxiety. Eshona. 2011
  9. Green Technology And Environment: Efforts For Building A Sustainable Planet, The Science Association of Bengal, 2011,ISBN: 978-0-9782833-4-6
  10. Environmental Pollutants and Biodegradation. African J of Food Nutrition and Agriculture, 2012
  11. Environmental impact on Anxiety and Depression. National Environmental Science Academy, India, 2012.
  12. Sheuli Dasgupta. Environmental effects of Rhizobium species cells: Ultrastructural Studies- Impact of global warming and climate change on human and plant health. Editor: Arya, A. and Patel, V. S. Astral International, New Delhi, India.
    Chapter 17, 2014
  13. Sheuli Dasgupta. Biofertilizers – A status update of past, present and future applications  and its role in organic farming and sustainable agriculture Impact of global warming and climate change on human and plant health. Editor: Arya, A. and Patel, V. S. Astral International, New Delhi, India  Astral International, New Delhi, India, Chapter 28,  2014
  14. Sheuli Dasgupta. A look at Bird Flu. Impact of global warming and climate change on   human and plant health. Editor: Arya, A. and Patel, V. S. Astral International, New Delhi, India Astral International, New Delhi, India, Chapter 34,  2014.
  15. Successes and Challenges of “Effective” Environment Education in India. NESA,Vol. 15 Issue – 9, September 2012
  16. Biofertilizer: An environment friendly solution. Proceedings of Clean Technology & Environment Conference. The Science Association of Bengal. India.June 2015
  17. Pesticides: An important concern for environment. Proceedings of Clean Technology & Environment Conference. The Science Association of Bengal. India.June 2015
  18. Bioremediation: An important solution to resolve pollution challenges. Proceedings of Clean Technology & Environment Conference. The Science Association of Bengal. India.June 2015

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