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Full Details Sanjiv Kumar Mishra.

 
Sanjiv Kumar Mishra is a National award winner from govt. Of India in 2012. He is the CEO at Algallio Biotech Private Limited. He has been awarded a daad fellowship in Germany. DR. Mishra has 6 patents under his name. He also did Scientific work in microalgae in Korea.

Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Misra graduated with Bachelor in Science (Bsc) in the Field Of Botany and Chemistry from the University of Allahabad in 2003 and continued his studies there to secure a Degree in Master in Sciences (Botany) in the Field Of Cyanobacteria and Applied Phycology from Banaras Hindu University in 2005. Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Misra completed his Doctorate in Philosophy in Microbiology (Ph.D.) from the Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research-Central Salt And Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSIR-CSMCR) Under Dr. SANDHYA MISHRA in 2012.

He has worked in many known institutions in the US and India as a consultant or a faculty member. Sanjiv Mishra is known to have been involved in advanced researches in the fields of Algal Biotechnology. Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Misra is 2nd National Awards for Technology Innovation in Petrochemicals & Downstream Plastics Processing Industry (2011-12).

Dr. Mishra's special interest lies in Brachytherapy & IMRT. To his credit, he has got several publications & presentations in JCRT, a medical journal, AMPICON-2006, SAARC Conference on Clinical Oncology at Kathamandu, Nepal, and the National Conference of AROI, Chandigarh.

Specialties.


  • Algal Biotechnology.
  • Marine Microbiology.
  • Protein Chemistry.
  • Cyanobacterial Biology.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Cell & Molecular Biology.
  • Algal Biofuel.
  • Biopolymer (PHA).

Skills and Expertise.

A challenging task to create and implement long-term algal solutions in daily life utilizing education and expertise.
  • Marine Ecology.
  • Natural Product Chemistry.
  • Environmental Microbiology.
  • Enzymes.
  • Molecular Biology.
  • Microbiology.
  • Biotechnology.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Botany.
  • Environmental Engineering.

Experience.


1. Chief Executive Officer.

  • CEO at Algallio Biotech Private Limited
  • Company Name:- Algallio Biotech Private Limited.
  • Dates Employed:- Jan 2016 – Present.
  • Employment Duration:- 5 yrs 7 mos.
  • Location:- Vadodara, Gujarat.

2. Research Professor at KAIST.

  • Company Name:- Research Professor at KAIST.
  • Dates Employed:- Jun 2012 – Sep 2015.
  • Employment Duration:- 3 yrs 4 mos.
  • Location:- Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea.
  • Working on Microalgal downstream process and its valuable products.

3. Research Professor at ABC, KAIST.

  • Company Name:- Advanced Biomass R&D Center.
  • Dates Employed:- Jun 2012 – Sep 2015.
  • Employment Duration:- 3 yrs 4 mos.
  • Location:- Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea.
  • Microalgal biofuel and bioproduct research.
  • Advanced Biomass R&D Centre.

4. CSIR-SRF, CRIER-RA.

  • Company Name:- CSMCRI.
  • Dates Employed:- Aug 2005 – May 2012.
  • Employment Duration:- 6 yrs 10 mos.
  • Location:- Bhavnagar Area, India.
  • Micro-algal research.

5. DAAD Research Scholar.

  • Company Name:- ICBM, CVO University, Oldenburg.
  • Dates Employed:- Oct 2007 – Jan 2008.
  • Employment Duration:-  4 mos.
  • “Molecular characterization of Phycoerythrin producing microalgae.” Under the guidance of Prof. Katarzyna Palinska, Gemicrobiology ICBM, CVO University, Oldenburg.


Education.


1. CSIR CSMCRI
Degree Name:- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).
Field Of Study:- Microbiology.
Activities and Societies:- Studies on phycoerythrin from marine algae from the southwest coast of India.
Under Dr. SANDHYA MISHRA, CSMCRI- Bhavnagar.
Dates attended or expected graduation 2006 – 2012.

2. Banaras Hindu University.
Degree Name:- Master in Sciences (Botany).
Field Of Study:- Cyanobacteria and Applied Phycology.
Dates attended or expected graduation 2003 – 2005.

3. The University of Allahabad.
Degree Name:- Bachelor in Science.
Field Of Study:- Botany and Chemistry.
Dates attended or expected graduation 2000 – 2003.

Awards & Achievements.


1. Scholarship:- Apr 2012.
CSIR-RA.

2. Award:- Apr 2012.
CIPET:- 2nd National Awards for Technology Innovation (2011-12) for Innovation in Green Polymeric Materials & Products.

3. Scholarship:- Oct 2008.
CSIR-SRF.

4. Scholarship:- Sep 2007.
DAAD fellowship.


Projects.

1. Optimization of carotenoids in microalgae and their characterization for bio-applications.
Microalgae are a spring of valuable compounds finding their wide applicability as cosmo-nutraceuticals, a renewable substitute for bioenergy and bioremediation.

2. Carbon sequestration and fatty acid production by microalgae.
Carbon sequestration and biofuel production by natural algal mats, Monoraphidium minutum, and Chlorella Variabilis.

3. Ocean Mist (Natural Drink Mix).
Ocean Mist is a blue-colored nourishing wellness drink with dual power benefits of spirulina and coconut water. It is a mingle drink of coconut water and Spirulina extract. The blue color is a natural color imparted due to Spirulina extract which contains widely known GRAS certified C-phycocyanin protein.

Accomplishments.

6 Patents of Sanjeev Kumar Mishra.


  • Process for direct production of high-energy biodiesel from wet biomass.
  • Integrated process for the production of oil-bearing Chlorella Variabilis for lipid extraction utilizing by-products of jatropha methyl ester (JME) production.
  • Preparation of zinc-based colorimetric sensors and process for its use as a viable staining agent for living cells.
  • Integrated process for the production of jatropha methyl ester and by-products.
  • Solar driven solvent extractor and process for extraction of microalgal lipids using the same.
  • Engine-worthy fatty acid methyl ester (biodiesel) from naturally occurring marine microalgal mats and marine microalgae cultured in an open salt pan together with value addition of co-products.

Dr. Sanjiv has 31 publications.


1. Solar driven mass cultivation and the extraction of lipids from Chlorella variabilis A case study.

2. Energy-efficient process for microalgae cell disruption for oil recovery using triiodide resin

3. Characterization of the newly isolated oleaginous microalga Monoraphidium sp. for lipid production under different conditions.

4. Direct transesterification of wet microalgal biomass for preparation of biodiesel.

5. Development of direct conversion method for microalgal biodiesel production using wet biomass of Nannochloropsis salina.

6. Naturally floating microalgal mat for in situ bioremediation and potential for biofuel production.

7. Recent trends in the mass cultivation of algae in raceway ponds.

8. Isolation and characterization of thermostable phycocyanin from Galdieria sulphuraria.

9. Rapid quantification of microalgal lipids in an aqueous medium by a simple colorimetric method.

10. An effective, cost-efficient extraction method of biomass from wet microalgae with functional polymeric membrane.

11. Biodegradability studies of polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) film produced by marine bacteria using Jatropha biodiesel byproduct as a substrate.

12. Preparation of highly purified C-phycoerythrin from marine cyanobacterium Pseudanabaena sp.

13. A Thermo active alpha-amylase from a Bacillus sp isolated from CSMCRI salt farm.

14. Effect of preservatives for food-grade C-Phycoerythrin, isolated from marine cyanobacteria Pseudanabaena sp.

15. Isolation of promising bacterial strains from soil and marine environment for polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) production utilizing Jatropha biodiesel byproduct.

16. Poly-Extremotolerant Bacterium Isolated from Reverse Osmosis Reject an Implication toward Waste Water Management.

17. Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) synthesis by Spirulina sub-salsa from Gujarat coast of India.

18. Resonance Energy Transfer Approach and a New Ratiometric Probe for Hg2+ in Aqueous Media and Living Organism.

19. The detection of Hg2+ by cyanobacteria in aqueous media.

20. Colorimetric sensor for triphosphates and their application as a viable staining agent for prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

21. Effect of preservatives for food-grade C-PC from Spirulina platensis.

22. Colorimetric sensor for ATP in aqueous solution.

23. A chemosensor for heavy-transition metal ions in mixed aqueous-organic media.

24. Effect of harvesting methods on the reusability of water for cultivation of Chlorella Vulgaris, its lipid productivity, and biodiesel quality.

25. Effect of light quality on the C-phycoerythrin production in marine cyanobacteria Pseudanabaena sp. isolated from Gujarat coast, India.

26. Purification and characterization of haloalkane thermoactive, solvent stable and SDS-induced protease from Bacillus sp.: A potential additive for laundry detergents.

27. Recognition of Hg2+ Using Diametrically Disubstituted Cyclam Unit.

28. Specific Recognition and Sensing of CN- in Sodium Cyanide Solution.

29. Utilization of lipid extracted algal biomass and sugar factory wastewater for algal growth and lipid enhancement of Ettlia sp.

30. Zn (II) based colorimetric sensor for ATP and its use as a viable staining agent in pure aqueous media of pH 7.2.

31. Zn(II)-Cyclam Based Chromogenic Sensors for Recognition of ATP in Aqueous Solution Under Physiological Conditions and Their Application as Viable Staining Agents for Microorganism.


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