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Dr. Suresh Yadav

Designation : Scientist-'C'

Research Interest: Toxicology/EIA and HIA

Email : yadavs.es@gov.in

Phone : +91-291-

Brief Introduction:

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Academic Qualifications & Training:

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Publications:

Sr. No. Publications
1. M.V. Murhekar, T. Bhatnagar, J.W.V. Thangaraj et al. 2021 SARS-CoV-2 Seroprevalence among the general population and healthcare workers in India, December 2020–January 2021. International Journal of Infectious Diseases 108 (2021) 145–155 .
2. Mohini Tiwary, S. N. Naik, D. K. Tiwary, P. K. Mittal and S. Yadav. Chemical composition and larvicidal activities of the essential oil of Zanthoxylum armatum DC (Rutaceae) against three mosquito vectors. Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, 44, September 2007, pp. 198-204 .
3. Murhekar MV, Bhatnagar T, Selvaraju S et al. 2020 Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 infection in India: Findings from the national serosurvey, May-June 2020. Indian J Med Res 2020;152: 48-60. .
4. S. Yadav, P. K. Mittal, A.P. Dash and P.N. Saxena “Effect of synergist Piperonyl Butaoxide (PBO) on the toxicity of some essential oils against mosquito larvae” Journal of Communicable Diseases, 40 (4) 2008: 263-268 .
5. Majumder J, Bagepally BS, Shah P, Kotadiya S, Yadav S & Naha N “Comparison of worker’s perceptions toward work climate and health symptoms between ceramic and iron foundry workers. Indian Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, 2016; 20:48-53. .
6. S Yadav, SP Singh & PK Mittal “Toxicity of Thevetia peruviana (Yellow oleander) against larvae of Anopheles stephensi and Aedes aegypti vectors of malaria and dengue”. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 2013; 1 (6): 85-87. .
7. SP Yadav, S Yadav, P Kumar & S Yadav “Knowledge, treatment-seeking behaviour and socio-economic impact of malaria in the desert of Rajasthan, India” South African Journal of Epidemiology & Infections 2013; 28 (1):41-47. .
8. J Majumder, P Shah, BS Bagepally (2016) Task distribution, work environment, and perceived health discomforts among Indian ceramic workers, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 59 (12), 1145-1155 .
9. Palkhade R, Yadav S, Mishra S, Muhamed J (2018) Acute oral toxicity of pesticide combination (acephate 50% and imidacloprid 1.8% as active ingredients) in Sprague-Dawley rats, Veterinary World, 11(9): 1291-1297. .
10. R Palkhade, P Barfal, S Yadav, Awandkar SP, A. Pagdhune (2018). Epididymo-Orchitis in a Veterinary Physician: A Case of Occupational Brucellosis. J Foodborne and Zoonotic Dis, 6(1):05-07 .
11. P. K. Mittal, S. Yadav, C. P. Batra and T. Adak. Laboratory evaluation of phenthoate against Anopheles culicifacies, Anopheles stephensi (malaria vectors) and Culex quinquefasciatus and investigation of its cross resistance with malathion in An. stephensi. Pesticide Research Journal, June, 2007 ;19(1): 79-81 .
12. M. F. Alam, A. K. Chopra, V. K. Dua and S. Yadav, Bio-Environmental Approach for Vector Control. Asian J. Exp. Sci., Vol. 20, No. 2, 2006, 387-398 .
13. Satya Vir & Suresh Yadav. Bioefficacy of neem oil as seed protectant of mungbean, mothbean, cowpea and urd against Callosobruchus maculates Fabricus. J. Arid Legumes 1(2): 118-121. .
14. Murhekar MV, Bhatnagar T, Selvaraju S, Rade K, Saravanakumar V, Vivian Thangaraj JW, Kumar MS, Shah N, Sabarinathan R, Turuk A, Anand PK, Asthana S, Balachandar R, Bangar SD, Bansal AK, Bhat J, Chakraborty D, Rangaraju C, Chopra V, Das D, Deb AK, Devi KR, Dwivedi GR, Salim Khan S M, Haq I, Kumar M S, Laxmaiah A, Madhuka, Mahapatra A, Mitra A, Nirmala A R, Pagdhune A, Qurieshi MA, Ramarao T, Sahay S, Sharma Y K, Shrinivasa MB, Shukla VK, Singh PK, Viramgami A, Wilson VC, Yadav R, Girish Kumar C P, Luke HE, Ranganathan UD, Babu S, Sekar K, Yadav PD, Sapkal GN, Das A, Das P, Dutta S, Hemalatha R, Kumar A, Narain K, Narasimhaiah S, Panda S, Pati S, Patil S, Sarkar K, Singh S, Kant R, Tripathy S, Toteja G S, Babu GR, Kant S, Muliyil J P, Pandey RM, Sarkar S, Singh SK, Zodpey S, Gangakhedkar RR, S. Reddy D C, Bhargava B and ICMR Sero Surveillance Group. SARS-CoV-2 antibody prevalence in India, August - September 2020: Findings from the second nationwide household serosurvey, Lancet-Global Health, 2021;9:e257-66. .
15. J Majumder, BS Bagepally, S Yadav & N Naha “Occupational health of workers in ceramic industries”, NIOH Annual Report-2013-14, pp-13-19. .
16. J Majumder, BS Bagepally, S Yadav & N Naha “Occupational health of workers in Iron foundries”, NIOH Annual Report-2014-15, pp-17-23. .
17. P Barfal, S. Yadav & R Palkhade; “Human Brucellosis: Sero-prevalence, infection control behaviour and use of personal protective Equipment (PPE) during work among veterinarians in Gujarat”. NIOH-Annual Report-2014-15; pp-53-59. .
18. P Barfal, S Yadav & HA Modi “डेरी फार्म वर्कर्स में व्याप्त ब्रूसीलोसिस रोग- एक विश्लेषण” एन. आई. ओ. एच. स्वर्ण जयंती विशेषांक (दर्शना) पेज-८०-८५. .

Current Projects:

Sr. No. Projects title
1. ICMR-DHR MULTICENTRIC TASK FORCE STUDY-Nationwide Study to estimate the incidence, mortality, morbidity and economic burden due to snakebites in India (Co-Investigator). Extra-Mural

Completed Projects:

Sr. No. Projects title
1. Estimation of disease burden and Investigation of the Risk Factors associated with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in selected districts of Rajasthan. Approved by ICMR- Rs. 1,49,41,200.
2. District Level Household and Facility Survey-4-CAB Components in(Gujarat State & 2 UT)-Principal Investigator Funded by NIHFW (GOI)- Rs. 45.93 Lakh
3. Study the prevalence of underlying silicosis among tuberculosis and drug resistant tuberculosis cases of glass industry workers of Firozabad (UP) districts
4. Study of occupational risks and biochemical changes among adolescents related with waste recycling industry processes in Gujarat
5. Assessment of occupational environmental health risks and challenges of migratory brick kiln workers in Gujarat
6. Study of brucellosis disease prevalence and occupational risk factors among high-risk groups of veterinarians and para-veterinarians along with dairy farm workers in endemic districts of Gujarat
7. Nationwide Study to estimate the incidence, mortality, morbidity and economic burden due to snakebites in India-ICMR Task Force Study- Rs. 30 Lakhs for Rajasthan.
8. Health status of workers in ceramic industries and iron foundries- Funded by DISH, Gujarat Govt. Rs. 20.0 Lakh.
9. Unfolded Protein Response: Achilles Heels of Fungal Pathogenesis- Funded by DST-SERB- Rs. 48.40 Lakhs
10. Toxicological Evaluation of Acephate and Imidacloprid as combination pesticide practised by farmers in rat.
10. Elucidating the Effects of Bisphenol-A on Male Reproductive System of Mice and Exploration of Mechanism using Toxico-proteomics Approach.

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