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I have completed My M.Tech in Biotechnology. I have a good research background, I teach students for GATE and CSIR. I was senior officer in NAVY, NCC in sathyabama University. I have a out standing performance in extra curricular activities.
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To lead, challenge and be challenged in a business strategy. Analysing and improving the performance of the company, and to continue my career with the organization that will utilize my MANAGEMENT, SUPERVISION & ADMINISTRATIVE skills to benefit the growth and success of the company.
• Completed M-tech Biotechnology from Sathyabama institute of science and technology, with CGPA of 7 In the year of 2018.
• Completed B-tech Biotechnology from Sathyabama University, with CGPA of 6.8 in the year of 2016.
• Completed High secondary school (STD: 10th) from Don Bosco Egmore Chennai, with 65% marks secured in the year 2010.
• Completed High secondary school (STD: 12th) from Don Bosco Egmore Chennai, with 62% marks secured in the year 2012.
Name : Francis A.L
Father’s Name : Lazar A.T
Mother’s Name : Francina Lazar
D.O.B : 15th May 1993
Gender : Male
Nationality : Indian
Languages known : English and Tamil
• Chief officer in the NCC Senior division and has secured Grade A, In B and C certificate
With outstanding performance in leadership and management skills.
• Have Organized 2 workshops on National workshop on Animal cell line techniques in Sathyabama University in the year 2013 and 2014.
• Have attended and presented a paper in national conference on Microbes for Bioscience, biotechnology and medicine in the year 2012
• Have participated in Oral, and model presentation in SRSHTI held by Sathyabama University in the year 2012
• Have participated in Ad-zap, TEE TINT and LABYRNTH in JET HELIX A National level symposium in the year 2013 held at Jeppiar engineering college Chennai.
• Have participated in RJ, VJ, shipwreck and Ad-zap held in RGCE Fest in the year 2013
• Have participated in National level seminar on Prospects of Marine Biotechnology for industry and stakeholders Held at AMET University in the year 2013
• Have participated in various events such as RJ, VJ and Block and Tackle in the year 2013
• Have participated in National level technical symposium in the year 2013 held at Anna University
• Have attended and presented a paper in International conference on Energy materials in the year 2014.
• Have participated in a three day workshop on Animal Handling and Research Organized by Centre for laboratory animal technology and research, Sathyabama University Chennai in the year 2015
• Have attended and presented a paper in International conference on sustainable environment and energy in the year 2017
• Have attended and presented a paper in national symposium on insects and their environment friendly management in the year 2018
Evaluation of Phytotoxicity of Effective Microorganism (EM) Treated Distillery Industry Effluent. (2014)
• Distillery effluents decomposition with EM technology into high nutrient content of treated effluent and its impact on plant growth parameters of vignamugo (Green Gram) was studied.
• The distillery effluents was effectively decomposed by commercial formulation of the EM-1 with complete conversion of fresh distillery effluents into finely very rich in treated effluent with 6.33ppm of total Nitrogen (N), 167.6ppm of total phosphorous (P), 153% of total potassium (K),and 0.72 % of organic matters.
• Plant growth parameters such as shoot length, leaf surface area, total foliage per count, total leaves and branches emerged in the plants, chlorophyll content of compost treated plant reveals 0.42 mg/g.
• The study explores the possible augmentation of EM as a major source of conversion of wastes into high nutrition organic manures and thus reducing dumping of industrial effluent into the environment
Evaluation of enzyme activity inhibition of biogenic silver nanoparticles against microbial extracellular enzymes. (2016)
• an attempt has been made to evaluate the enzyme activity inhibition of algal mediated silver nanoparticles against six major fungal mediated extracellular enzymes amylase, protease produced by Aspergillus niger, cellulose,lipase by Tricoderma horzianum, phytase by Hypocrea lixii and xylanase by Fusarium oxysporum.
• Through submerged fermentation under optimum condition and the crude enzyme thus obtained was incubated with silver nanoparticles, the enzyme activity was determined after the post treatment with different concentration of nanoparticles.
• Crude enzymes were obtained after the respective incubation period by the respective fungal organism followed by nanoparticles treatment and the enzyme activity was evaluated by suitable enzyme quantification assays
Development of lignocellulosic wastes degrading cellulolytic effective microorganism(em) like microbial consortium for bio-ethanol production. ( 2017)
• Bioethanol conversion from lignocellulosic waste.
• Effective microorganism (EM) like microbial consortia was constructed with seven different cellulose degrading microbial strains and production of ethanol was carried out with the Zymomonas mobilis strain using consortia mediated cellulolytic hydrolysate under optimum condition.
• The EM like microbial consortia was constructed with Flavobacterium flavus, Streptomyces albus,Aspergillus oryzae, Trichoderma reesei ,Candida utilis and Candida lipolytica.
• Inocula derived from minimal media combined with sugarcane waste liquor media showed best rate of cellulose digestion of the both wastes followed by effective fermentation.
• Total yield and final end concentration of ethanol was found to be 65.0% and 34.7g/l.
Effect Of Polymer Based Surface Coating On Droplet Size And Potential Pharmacological Properties Of Neem Oil Nanoemulsion (2017)
• Neem oil based nano emeulsion was prepared under optimum condition by changing oil and surfactant ratio which yield decreased droplet sized particles was further coated with biocompatible polymer chitosan.
• Distinct effect on droplet size was recorded in chitosan coated neem oil Nano emulsion at the increased concentration of oil; surfactant ratio and increased time of sonication. Anti-bacterial activity was studied against human pathogenic bacterial strains Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa adopting agar cup method and turbidometric method.
• Chitosan coated neem oil Nano emulsion showed improved spectrum of anti-bacterial activity against tested bacterial strains by showing increase in zone of inhibition and remarkable decrease in optical density under agar cup method and turibometric growth inhibition assay.
• Minimum Inhibitory concentration (MIC) and Minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) also supported effective anti-bacterial activity by showing least concentration for the growth inhibition than the free Nano emulsion.
• Biocompatibility was done by determination of cell viability of Vero cells by MTT assay and haemo compatibility study against human peripheral blood cells which reveals less cytotoxicity against Vero cells and blood cells. Distinct effect on the viability was not affected.
Anti-biofilm effect of silver nanoparticles against clinical isolates of human pathogenic bacteria ( 2014)
• Anti-biofilm effect of silver nanoparticles coated medical against clinical isolate of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus was studied.
• silver nanoparticles synthesized by biological method and the synthesized particles were characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) which reveals complete dispersion of the nanoparticles on the surface and the size, shape of the particles shows uniform spherical particles with the size of 60-70 nm.
• Distinct effect of biofilm inhibition was recorded in the nanoparticles coated and maximum inhibition was observed during 72 hour of incubation.
• The present study would suggests the development of anti microbial coated medical devices against pathogenic microorganism.
Preparation Of Biogenic Silver Nanoparticles Incorporated Medicinal Plant Extracts For The Improved Anti Biofilm Activity Against Biofilm Of Clinical Isolate Of Escherichia Coli And Staphylococcus Aureus ( 2014)
• Synergistic anti biofilm effect of silver nanoparticles with chloroform extracts of Vitex negundo and Allium sativum extracts against clinical isolate of human pathogenic bacteria Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus has been studied.
• The nanoparticles were synthesized by leaf extract broth of Azadirhacta indica adopting standard conditions and the synthesized purified particles were characterized by UV-vis spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive atomic x ray spectroscopy.
• Plant extracts were prepared from aerial parts of the respective plants and extracted with methanol.
• Methanol extract was reconstituted with the synthesized nanoparticles. Biofilm inhibition was carried out with the preparation in 96 well plates adopting modified method of biofilm spectrophotometric assay.
• Effect of the nanoparticles incorporated plant extracts on the biochemical composition of biofilm matrix mainly total carbohydrates and total protein was also studied.
• The present study demonstrated that a silver nanoparticle incorporated plant extracts was found to exhibit enhanced antibiofilm activity.
• This study can further be used to prevent or minimize bacterial infections leading to the development of new generation of antimicrobial agents
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Place: Chennai Francis A.L
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