Subrata Dey

Swami Vivekananda University

Prof. Subrata Kumar Dey, Ph.D, Vice Chancellor, Swami Vivekananda University, West Bengal, India has been associated with teaching and research for more than four decades and had visited different countries as invited speaker for delivering lectures. He joined as Professor of Biotechnology in Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology and was ex- Director of School of Biotechnology and Biological Sciences . His laboratory had long been involved in research on molecular genetics of Down syndrome, congenital heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease. He published more than hundred research papers, edited several books on Down syndrome and had completed eleven research projects. Several students obtained Ph.D under his supervision. Along with teaching and research , Prof. Dey handled a number of administrative assignments successfully and had made dedicated and innovative approaches with great integrity. His major administrative roles were Director of Centre for Genetic Studies, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Vice Chancellor, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, India.

Subrata Dey

6books edited

6chapters authored

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This book provides a concise yet comprehensive source of current information on Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities. Research workers, scientists, medical graduates and paediatricians will find it an excellent source for reference and review. Key features of this book are as follows:
• Mechanisms of aneuploidy.
• Effect of sociodemographic factors on different congenital disorders.
• Haematological malignancies and congenital heart disease in Down syndrome.
• Prenatal screening, management and counselling to detect Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities.
While aimed primarily at research workers on Down syndrome and different types of chromosomal disorders, we hope that the appeal of this book will extend beyond the narrow confines of academic interest and be of interest to a wider audience, especially the parents and relatives of children suffering from Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormality syndromes.

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