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S.C. Sabat, Ph.D.

Scientist - G (Retd.) Present position: Consultant

Molecular biology of abiotic stress
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Name: Surendra Chandra Sabat, Ph.D.

Date of Birth: 10th April, 1952

Mailing Address: Dr. S. C. Sabat, Plot # S-62, Maitree Vihar, Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar-751023

Telephone: 0674-2301171 (H)
+91 9938866424 (M)

Retired Professor
(Scientist ‘G’ Grade)
Institute of Life Sciences, An Autonomous Organization Under Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, Bhubaneswar

Academics and service career

Master Degree in Botany: 1975, Berhampur University Odisha, Plant Science

Graduate degree (Ph. D.) 1977-1986, Kalyani University,
(Science) West Bengal
Biochemistry
Course work 1977-79

“Studies on the physiology of some aquatic vascular plants” (1986)

Supervisor Late Prof. Syamapada Saha

 

Post Doctoral Training: Bioenergetics  Laboratory
Late Prof. Prassana Mohanty
1986-1990
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Bioenergetics of
Photosynthesis.

 

Independent Scientific Programer

Assistant Professor: 1991, Institute of Life Sciences

Associate Professor: 1995, Institute of Life Sciences

Professor 2002, Institute of life Sciences

Scientist G 2007, Institute of Life Sciences

Superanuantion   2012

Post-superannuation appointments: 1. 2012-2014 (April)
Scientific Consultant to Institute of Life Sciences

2. Pre-Ph.D. Course co-ordinator

3. 2014 (March)
Adjunct Professor, Institute of Life Sciences.

Teaching experience:

As Guest Faculty to Department of Botany Utkal University

Bioenergetics of photosynthesis and respiration, Chlororespiration, Biophysical and Biochemical aspects of light energy utilization in photosynthesis, Functional modulation of thylakoid membrane structure and function to sustain abiotic stresses.

Protein structure and Function

Reactive oxygen metabolism in plant in response to light absorption and photosynthetic electron transport, Energy Budget, Plant’s metabolic adaptation
to varied ecological conditions.

Pre-Ph.D. Course work at Institute of Life Sciences

Light interaction with matter (Basics)

1. Absorption Spectroscopy
2. Fluorescence Spectroscopy (Excitation, Emission, Delayed Fluorescence, Anisotropy, FRIT)

Methodology (Principles of measurement)
Spectrophotometric and fluorimetric measurements, Spectral analysis (steady state, derivative, low temperature, CD)