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Adelaide, SA, Australia
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April 30, 2020

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Kishore Banerjee

CURRICULUM VITAE

PERSONAL DETAILS

Name: Kishore Kumar BANERJEE

Address: ** ***** ******, ******, ** 5043, AUSTRALIA

Phone: (08) 82964428

Mobile 043*-***-***

Email: adc1cd@r.postjobfree.com

Citizenship status: Australian Citizen

Professional Profile

I am an experienced secondary school teacher having worked as a chemistry, science and mathematics teacher in South Australia. I hold a Master of Applied Science (University of South Australia), Doctor of Philosophy (Science) (Jadavpur University) and Graduate Diploma in Education (University of Adelaide) with a specialisation in chemistry. I have been very successful at accommodating diverse student needs by facilitating all styles of learners, offering individualised and extracurricular support and integrating effective materials.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2007

Master of Applied Science (Minerals and Materials), Ian Wark Research Institute, University of South Australia. Thesis: Air Plasma Treatment for Recycling and Sterilization of Biomedical Materials and Devices

Graduate Diploma in Education, University of Adelaide

1995

Doctor of Philosophy (Science), Jadavpur University, Thesis: Pharmacological and Biochemical Role of Human Placental Extract in Rats

1982

1980

Master of Science, University of Calcutta - (Specialization: Biochemistry)

Bachelor of Science (Honours in Chemistry), Mathematics, Physics, Calcutta University

NOTE – All the above overseas qualifications are assessed as comparable to

Australian Degrees (NOOSR)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Australian Education Union- Adelaide

South Australian Science Teachers Association- Adelaide

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Excellent ability to teach using variety of methods and resources

Effective classroom and student management skill

Effective and integral team/multidisciplinary group member

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively at all levels

Proven problem-solving skills

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

High level of service delivery in assimilating information and dissipating to others via seminars, lectures, publications, research papers, journal articles at an international level

Computer literate - experienced user of Microsoft Office Excel, PowerPoint and Internet etc.

Excellent organizational and time management skills with strong work and community ethic

Able to prioritise and review and implement necessary changes

OTHER TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS

2017 Certificate III in Financial Services, TAFE, SA

2016 Certificate III in Disability, Tafe SA

2016 Mental Health First Aid Course (Accredited), St John Ambulance

Australia

2015 Provide First Aid Course, Red Cross Australia

2016

Responding to Abuse and Neglect in Education and Care

CAREER HISTORY

2018-2019 School Officer (Science and Mathematics), Mackillop Catholic College

2016 – current Teacher (Chemistry, Science, Maths), James AN College

Relief Teacher. Trinity College, SA.

Teaching Maths for year 5 to 10, Chemistry year 11 &12

2008- 2015 Department for Education and Child Development

Teacher (Secondary) (Year 8 to 12) (Chemistry, Science, Mathematics, Schools: Tintinara Area School (2008-2009), Christies Beach High School

(2009), Reynella East High school (2010), Murray Bridge High School

(2011), Reynella East College (2012- 2015).

Organised school excursion for year 10 to Flinders University, Forensic science

Classroom teaching for year 5 to 11, science, math and chemistry

Organised and participated parent-teacher interview

All other routine duties

2004 – 2006 University of South Australia

Practical Supervisor (Environmental Chemistry Fundamentals)

Supervising Environmental Chemistry Practicals for tertiary students

Tutoring, marking and assessing students’ Chemistry assignments

Writing research papers on Environmental and Occupational Health

2002 – 2003 University of Adelaide

Research Assistant

Association and collaboration with postgraduate research students to produce Reports

Developing analytical methods for measuring chemical exposures of pesticides, fruit fly workers in SA, iodine exposure in the laboratory and indoor passive dust etc.

Conducting occupational hygiene survey

1988- 2001 All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health

(University of Calcutta)

Government of India

Faculty Member, Occupational Health

Lecturing / teaching the university’s undergraduates and postgraduates in the field of occupational and environmental toxicology and hygiene and chemistry

Conducting an educational program for students

Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate research projects

Promoting community education embracing a range of health hazards

Conducting a family care program in urban and rural areas of West Bengal

Coordinating various university courses including distance education

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

Recognised author of research papers in national and international reputable journals

Published 20 articles in various journals in the fields of pharmacology, occupational toxicology and medicine

In 1995, the abstract of my published article in Tohoko Journal of Experiment Medicine was utilized by Rohto Pharmaceutical Company, Japan for their sales promotion of placental extract products

Selected as Assistant Director (Industrial Hygiene) Ministry of Labour, Government of India

VOLUNTEER WORK

St. John Ambulance – Volunteer - Adelaide

Volunteer, “Kids in Action” programme, CARA, Australia

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Reading

Current Affairs

Caring for my family

Referee

Mr. William Begg

Teacher, International School, Flinders University

adc1cd@r.postjobfree.com

041*-***-***

Mr. Sungkook Kwon,

The Principal, James An College

(08)82318883

Mr Tarique Khan,

Senior Teacher, Reynella East College

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PUBLICATIONS

1.Banerjee K. K., Kumar S, Bremmell KE, Griesser HJ.: Molecular-level removal of proteinaceous contamination from model surfaces and biomedical device materials by air plasma treatment. Journal of Hospital Infection, 76(3):234-42 (2010).

2.Banerjee K. K., Wang H. and Pisaniello D.: Iron ore-dust and its health impact. Environmental Health, 6(1), 11-15 (2006).

3.Banerjee K. K., Agarwal S. C., Naskar N. N. and Das I.: Evaluation of benzene exposure in an automobile repairing workshop. Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 5, 4, 201-202 (2001).

4.Sarkar A. K., Adak S. K., Bhattacharyya P., Marimuthu P., Chaudhuri R. N. and Banerjee K. K.: Risk assessment of cardiovascular diseases among bank employees: a biochemical approach. Occupational Medicine (UK), 1, 49, 313-317 (1999).

5.Sakar T., K., Banerjee, K. K., Sarkar A.K. and Samanta A.:” Evaluation of carbon monoxide exposure in an integrated coal chemical industry. Central European Journal of Occupational Medicine (Hungary), 5(1), 50-53 (1999).

6.Banerjee K. K., Marimuthu P., Sarkar A. and Chaudhuri R. N.: Influence of cigarette smoking on vitamin C, glutathione and lipid peroxidation status. Indian Journal of Public Health, 1, 20-23(1998).

7.Banerjee K. K., Marimuthu P., Battacharyya P. and Chatterjee M.: Effect of thiocyante ingestion through milk on thyroid hormone homeostasis in women. British Journal of Nutrition, 78, 679-681 (1997)

8.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Marimuthu P.: Evaluation of cyanide exposure and its effect on thyroid function of workers in a cable industry. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (USA), 39, 258-260 (1997)

9.Banerjee K. K., Samanta A. and Chaudhuri R. N.: Biological monitoring of cyanide exposure in a cable industry. Journal of Occupational Medicine- Singapore, 8, 5-6, (1996).

10.Sarkar A., Banerjee K. K., Ray K., Mondal A., Marimuthu P. and Chatterjee M.: Effect of streptozotocin -induced diabetes on hepatic drug metabolism in mice-a time course study. Diabetes Research (UK), 28, 55-66(1995).

11.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Effect of human placental extract on hepatic drug metabolizing enzymes. European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences (Italy), 17, 19-26 (1995).

12.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Effects of human placental extract on brain monoamine oxidase activity in rats. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine (Japan), 176, 17-24 (1995).

13.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A., Banik S. and Chatterjee M.: Hepatotoxicity of human placental extract in rats: a biochemical evaluation. Nihon University Journal of Medicine (Japan), 36, 197-206 (1994).

14.Banerjee K. K. and Marimuthu P.: Effect of cigarette smoking on thyroid hormone homeostasis. Indian Journal of Medical Research (ICMR), 99, 74-76 (1994).

15.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Role of human placental extract on succinic dehydrogenase activity in carrageenin-induced edema in rats in vivo and its effect on erythrocyte lysis, platelet aggregation and trypsine activity in vitro. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 38(2), 121-124 (1994).

16.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Elevated lipid peroxidation, decreased glutathione level and changes in glutathione-related enzymes in rats treated with human placental extract. Acta Medica Okayama (Japan), 47 (4), 223-227 (1993).

17.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Anti-inflammatory effect of human placental extract: a biochemical mechanistic approach. European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences (Italy), XIV, 361-366 (1992).

18.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A., Bhattacharjee S. and Chatterjee M.: Acute effect of human placental extract on NADPH producing pathway in rats. Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 24, 176-177 (1992).

19.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A., Mukherjee J. R., Bhattacharjee S. and Chatterjee M.: In vitro effect of human placental extract on DOPA oxidation. Indian Medical Gazette, CXXV, 99-100 (1991).

20.Bishayee A., Bhattacharjee S., Chakraborty A., Banerjee K. K., Mukherjee J. R. and Chatterjee M.: Evaluation of dose survivability response of an Indian cat fish (Clarius Batrachus) exposed to vanadium salt in aquatic environment. Indian Medical Gazette, CXXV, 299-301 (1991).

21.Banerjee K. K., Bhardwaj D., Ghosh D. P. and Hati R. N.: Effect of human placental extract “Placentrex” on experimental inflammation. Indian Medical Gazette, CXXIV, 243-244 (1990).

PAPERS PRESENTED / ACCEPTED AT THE

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

1.Attended Research Education Workshop, Women’s & Children’s Hospital, March 15, 2006, Adelaide, Australia

2.Banerjee K. K., Kumar S., Bremmell K. E. and Griesser H. J.: Removal of proteinacious bioburden from model surfaces by gas plasma treatment. Paper presented at the Australian Society for Biomaterials, 15th Annual Conference, March 31- April 2 (2005), Victor Harbor, Australia

3.Attended Air Sampling Seminar, University of Adelaide, July 11, 2002

4.Attended Arsenic in the Asia-Pacific Region Workshop, CSIRO Land and Water, November 20-23 (2001), Adelaide, South Australia

5.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chaudhuri R. N.: Evaluation of cyanide exposure and its effect on thyroid function of workers in a cable industry. Paper accepted at the International Symposium on Biological Monitoring in Occupational and Environmental Health. September 11-13 (1996), Espoo, Finland.

6.Banerjee K. K., Bishayee A. and Chatterjee M.: Supplementary vanadium in the Chemoprevention of chemical hepatocarcinogenesis. Paper presented at the 8th Biennial Conference of the Indian Society of Medical and Paediatric Oncology and International Symposium of Primary Chemotherapy. February 9-11 (1995), Indore, India.

7.Banerjee K. K., Samanta A. and Chaudhuri R. N.: Biological monitoring of cyanide exposure in a cable industry. Paper accepted at the International Conference on Occupational and Environmental Medicine. January 20 -22 (1995), Mumbai, India.



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