Amresh Singh

Baba Raghav Das Medical CollegeIndia

Dr Amresh Kumar Singh, B. Sc., MBBS, MD (Microbiology) has completed Master degree from one of the most reputed medical institution named, Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow UP and awarded as “Best Doctor” by Government of UP during residency, and is appointed as Assistant Professor in the Department of Microbiology, BRD Medical College Gorakhpur UP, India in 2014. He has established an art of the state BSL-3 Tuberculosis Molecular Laboratory and currently appointed as In-charge of TB Reference lab for Mycobacterial culture and drug susceptibility testing by RNTCP in BRD Medical college Gorakhpur, India. He is also appointed as Co-ordinator of Viral Infectious diseases surveillance and diagnosis including testing of Viral Encephalitis, H1N1 virus, Dengue virus and HIV etc. A Laboratory of Viral Infection testing established as Viral Diagnostic Research Laboratory under his supervision. He published more than 20 research paper in esteemed National and International Journal and one book chapter in Springer “Molecular methods for the assessment of microbial biofilms” till now in his credit. He has attended 04 International and more than 20 National/State level conferences including presented more than 10 oral and poster presentations. He has also presented a paper in International Conference of Infectious Diseases (ICID) in 2010 at Bangkok, Thailand. He has also presented a paper in European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) in 2013 at Berlin, Germany. He has also delivered many lectures/presentations in different National conferences and many International conferences. Published research article details; More than 20 research articles have been published in peer reviewed national and international journals. Google scholar citation: 157, h-index 07; i-index 06. Books: Prepared & submitted three chapters for book entitled “Biofilm in Human Diseases: Treatment and Control” by Springer Nature 1) Molecular methods for the assessment of Microbial Biofilms 2) Biofilm mediated skin infections 3)The role of biofilm in originating, mediating and proliferating infectious diseases

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