EDAVAN PULIKKANATH PRAVEEN
MalathiNivas, Parippayi, Chengalayi, Kannur,Kerala (State),
India, 670631 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Skype ID: praveen.biomed
Post applied for: Assistant Professor Biochemistry
NAME: PRAVEEN EDAVAN PULIKKANATH
Permanent Address: MalathiNivas, Parippayi, Chengalayi, Kannur,Kerala (State), India, 670631
Date of Birth: 25th May 1980 Age: 38 Years
Marital status: Married
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) [FACULTY OF MEDICINE] [Feb 2006 to Oct 2011]: All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India.
Master of Science(M.Sc.) in Medical Biochemistry (FACULTY OF MEDICINE] [June 2000 to June 2003,I class (68.4% marks)]: School of Medical Education, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India.
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Chemistry [April 1997 to April 2000, I class (68.3% marks)]: Kannur University, Kerala, India
Professional diploma in clinical research [January 2010 to June 2010 (71% marks)]: Catalyst clinical services Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India.
JOB EXPERIENCE (6 years 7 months)
Assistant professor in Biochemistry: From 8th September 2017 to till date, SSPM Medical college and Lifetime hospital Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India (1 Year).
Appeared for LOP inspection on 4th December 2018
Supervising the Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory with Transasia EM 360 Fully automated Biochemistry analyzer, Vidas Immunoassay system, Biorad D10 HPLC for Glycated hemoglobin etc.
Assistant professor in Biochemistry: From 16th January 2017 to 31st August 2017 (7 months and 15 days) LN Medical college and JK Hospital, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh, India
First Medical Council of India inspection completed on 3rd May 2017
Work profile include
Delivering Lectures and managing Laboratory sessions for MBBS students
Supervising the Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory (NABH accredited Laboratory with fully automated Siemens Dimension and Roche Cobas analyzer for biochemistry and Immunoflourescent assay system for hormones)
Senior Resident/tutor Biochemistry: From Jan 15th 2014 to 14th Jan 2017 (3 Years), I have worked as a Senior Resident in Department of Biochemistry, All India Institute of Medical Sciences Bhopal (AIIMS BHOPAL), Madhya Pradesh, India. (3 Years)
Delivering lectures, managing laboratory sessions and helping in conducting exams for MBBS and nursing students.
Supervising the day-to-day functioning of Biochemistry clinical laboratory of the hospital.
Experience in Diagnostic Biochemistry Laboratory (AIIMS Bhopal):
Experienced in Fully automated Biochemistry analyser (AU 5800, 680; Beckman coulter), Electrolyte analyser, Arterial blood gas analyser, Chemiluminescence immunoassays (Fully automated Siemens Advia Centaur).
Assistant professor of Biochemistry: From 15thOctober 2011 to July 31st 2013,I worked as Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, in the College of Applied Medical Sciences, University of Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1 Year 9 months).
The work profile included:
Delivering lectures, and conducting seminars and laboratory sessions
Participating in revision of curriculum and course materials
Guiding students in research projects and academic affairs
Participating in accreditation and quality assurance programs
DETAILS OF Ph. D.
SUPERVISOR: (Late)Dr.A.C. Ammini Prof. & Head Department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, AIIMS New Delhi.
The thesis is entitled as “Study of β-cell function in offspring of subjects with type-2 diabetes mellitus’. The objectives were to study: -
Beta-cell function and insulin sensitivity in offspring of individuals with T2DM and compare with individuals without a family history of diabetes.
The impact of family history of T2DM on obesity, glucose tolerance and dyslipidemia, in the offspring.
The relationship between plasma pituitary-target gland hormones and plasma insulin
Membership in Professional Bodies
Life member of Research society for diabetes in India (RSSDI), Membership No. ACAD 6456
PROJECT EXPERIENCE (Department of Endocrinology,AIIMS New Delhi)
“Post Menopausal evaluation and risk reduction with Lasofoxifene (Pearl)” funded by Pfizer Ltd; from
15/07/2004 to 14/05/2006 the work profile included,
oHelping in clinical trial of drug
oData collection from patients
“A pilot study to assess micronutrient profile among preschool children (6-71 months) of Assam and Rajasthan: An ICMR multicentre study from 15/05/2006 to 02/04/2007
“An Indian Council of Medical Research- Multi-center taskforce study on nutritional profile of children of Assam, Manipur and Meghalaya” funded by ICMR from 02/04/2007 to 31/01/2009 the work profile included,
oPerforming RIA/Immuno-radiometric assays for various hormones like Vitamin D3, Ferritin, Parathyroid hormone, Vitamin B12, Folic acid etc.
“Insulin resistance vs. β-cell function in young women with polycystic ovarian syndrome” funded by ICMR from 15/01/2010 to 30/08/2011the work profile included,
oPerformed immunoassays for insulin, C-peptide etc.
oData collection and analysis.
TRAINING PROGRAMS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
“38th annual training program on Endocrinological techniques” conducted by National Institute of Nutrition (Indian council of medical research), Hyderabad, India, from 17th August 2009 to 25thSeptember 2009. The program was on RIA, Good laboratory practices and Biological safety.
“25th National training program in “Electron Microscopy for scientific investigators” from 26th October 2009 to 7th November 2009 conducted by Department of Anatomy, AIIMS, New Delhi. The program included theoretical and practical training of Scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
“2nd Hands-on-Workshop on bio-analytical techniques in pharmacokinetic studies-from method development to interpretation”, from 3rd to 5th February 2010 conducted by Department Ocular Pharmacology, AIIMS, New Delhi. The training program comprised introductory training on high performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry.
“National Workshop on Molecular Cytogenetics: Cancer Cytogenetics (Hematological Malignancy)” by fluorescence in situ hybridization(FISH), 2nd to 4th December, 2010, AIIMS, New Delhi.
“SAS (statistical analysis system) software training” from 13th to 17th December 2010, Christian Medical College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.
“Workshop on advanced techniques in genomics of type 2 diabetes” held from 8th to 12thFebruary, 2011, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation, Chennai, India. The workshop was on conducting genome wide association studies, genotyping by real time taqman PCR and DNA sequencing.
Half day workshop on teaching and learning techniques conducted by AIIMS Bhopal on 24.04. 2015
Workshop on hand hygiene by Department of Microbiology of AIIMS Bhopal on 3rd to 7th August 2015
Praveen EP, Kulshreshtha B, Ammini AC., Different insulin response patterns during oral glucose tolerance test in normoglycemic subjects and its effect on glycemia. RSSDI conference, Lucknow from 29th October 2015 to 1st November 2015.Abstract Published in International Journal of Developing countries, 2015; 35(Suppl4):S548
A C Ammini, E P Praveen, BinduKulshresta, SadanandDwivedi, Madan L Khurana, Nandita Gupta, J Sahoo Obesity and metabolic abnormalities in children and grand children of subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus., Japan Endocrine Society Conference; Endocrine Journal 2010; 57: S341-S342
Praveen EP, Sahoo JP AmminiAC.,Evidence for impairment of beta cell function independent of insulin resistance, as a continuum from normal to impaired glucose tolerance.,RSSDI conference, Bhubaneswar from 3rd to 5th November 2017.
Praveen E.P, Ammini.A.C“The relationship of serum lipids with family history of type 2 diabetes and beta cell function innormoglycemic subjects” in 44th Annual conference of Research society for the study of Diabetes in India” held on 18th to 20th November 2016, Hyderabad.
“National symposium on translational research in Health sciences”, 24th November 2009 in AIIMS.
“International symposium on protective nutrients” held from 23rd to 24th February 2010 in AIIMS.
“National symposium on contemporary technologies & concepts revolutionizing drug discovery strategies” held on 2nd February 2010 in AIIMS.
“3rd National conference on infectious diseases” held in AIIMS, from 17th to18th April 2010, organized by department of Medicine & Infectious diseases society of India.
“3rd National Bioethics conference- Governance of healthcare Ethics, equity and justice” held in AIIMS, from 17th to 20thNovember 2010, organized by Indian Journal of Medical Ethics.
“40th Annual conference of the Endocrine Society of India ESICON 2010” from 8th to 11th December 2010, in Christian medical college, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.
“Androgen excess disorders during infancy and adolescence” organized by department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, AIIMS from 29th to 30th August 2011.
The first annual scientific meeting of substance abuse research centre “Updates on addiction research” held at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia on 5th and 6th March 2013.
The first annual scientific meeting “New issues in viral hemorrhagic fever” held at faculty of Public health and Tropical medicine, Jazan University, Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 24th April 2013.
CME on “Public Health Threat of Emerging and Re-Emerging Zoonoses Disease in India” conducted by AIIMS Bhopal, Madhyapradesh, India on 10th January 2015
1.Praveen EP, Chouhan Sunil, Sahoo J, Goel SK, Dwivedi SN, Khurana ML, Kulshreshtha B, Ammini AC. Effect of Different Insulin Response Patterns During Oral Glucose Tolerance Test on Glycemia in Individuals with Normal Glucose Tolerance. Diabetes TechnolTher. 2016;18:316-26.
2.Edavan P. Praveen, Madan L. Khurana, BinduKulshreshtha, SadaNandDwivedi, D Prabhakaran, Rajesh Khadgawat, Nandita Gupta, Guresh Kumar, Ariachery C. Ammini: Plasma testosterone in adult normoglycemic men: impact of hyperinsulinemia.Andrologia 2012;44:293-298
3.Edavan P. Praveen, Jaya PrakashSahoo, BinduKulshreshtha, Madan L. KhuranaNandita Gupta, SadaNandDwivedi, D Prabhakaran, Guresh Kumar, A C. Ammini: Insulin sensitivity and β-cell function in normoglycemic offspring of individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus: impact of line of inheritance. Indian Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism 2012;16:105-111
4.Edavan P. Praveen, Jaya PrakashSahoo, BinduKulshreshtha, Madan L. KhuranaNandita Gupta, SadaNandDwivedi, Guresh Kumar, A. C. Ammini:, Morning cortisol is lower in obese individuals with normal glucose tolerance. Diabetes metabolic syndrome and obesity: targets and therapy 2011; 4:347-352
5.Edavan P. Praveen, BinduKulshreshtha, Madan L Khurana, JayaprakashSahoo, Nandita Gupta, Guresh Kumar, Ariachery C. Ammini: Low HDL-Cholesterol among normal weight, normoglycemic offspring of individuals with type-2 diabetes mellitus. Hormones (Athens) 2011;10:57-66
6.E P. Praveen, Kulshreshtha B, Khurana M L, Sahoo J P, Dwivedi S N, Ammini A C: Obesity and metabolic abnormalities in offspring of subjects with diabetes mellitus.DiabetesTechnolTher 2010;12:723-730
7.Edavan P. Praveen, Desai A, Khurana M.L, Philip J, Eunice M, Khadgawat R, Kulshreshtha B, Kucheria K, Gupta D.K, Seith A, Ammini.A.C: . Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology & Metabolism 2008; Feb;21(2):173-9
8.Shabir I, Ganie MA, Praveen EP, Khurana ML, Kumar G, Ammini AC, Morning plasma cortisol is low among obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome.GynecolEndocrinol. 2013;29:1045-1047
9.Eunice M, Kulshreshtha B, Khurana ML, Sultan C, Edavan P. Praveen, Ammini AC: Molecular diagnosis of 5-alpha reductase-2 gene mutation in two Indian families with malepseudohermaphroditism. Asian Journal of Andrology 2008;10:815-818
10.Kulshreshtha B, GanieMA,Edavan P. Praveen, Gupta N, LalKhurana M, Seith A,Dwivedi SN, Kumar G, Ammini AC: Insulin response to oral glucose in healthy, lean young women and patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. GynecolEndocrinol 2008;24:637-643
11.Kulshreshtha B, Kumar A, Khurana ML, Saxena R, Edavan P. Praveen, Seith A, Ammini A.C: Multiple endocrine involvement in a patient with Primary Antiphospholipid syndrome. Indian Journal of Endocrinology & Metabolism 2006;8:77-80
12.Gopal K, Priya G, Gupta N, Praveen EP, Khadgawat R. A case of autoimmune hypoglycemia outside Japan: Rare, but in the era of expanding drug-list, important to suspect. Indian J EndocrinolMetab. 2013 Nov;17(6):1117-9.
Acknowledged for contributing to following works
Eunice E, et al., Mother to son Transmission of a luteinizing Hormone receptor activating mutation in a Prepubertal child with testotoxicosis. Journal of PediatricEndocrinol& Metabolism 2009;22:275-279
Kulshreshtha B, et al: Phenotype, hormonal profile and genotype of subjects with partial androgen insensitivity syndrome: report of a family with four adult males and one child with disorder of sexual differentiation. Andrologia 2009;41:257-263
Expertise in software
Microsoft word, excel, power point and SPSS statistical software
Extracurricular activities: I have participated and won medals in college level shuttle badminton competitions in singles and doubles events.
DR RAJESH KHADGAWAT
Department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-29
DR. ASHOK KUMAR
Associateprofessor, Department of Biochemistry, AIIMSBhopal, Saket Nagar, Madhya Pradesh
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DR. BINDU KULSHRESHTHA
Professor, Department of Endocrinology, RM LohiaHospitalNew Delhi-1
Phone No. +91-981*******
Professor, Department of Biostatistics,
AIIMS, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-29
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I hereby declare that, the above mentioned particulars about me are true to best of my knowledge.
Dated:14th Feb 2019
Place: Kannur, India (E P. PRAVEEN)