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  • Dr Jyoti Parkash

  • Assistant Professor
  • Central University of Punjab
Publications 2005 - 2020

Publications

  • 23
    Journal Articles
  • 2
    Review
  • 1
    Erratum
  • 1
    Short Survey
  • 10
  • 6
  • 6
  • 4

Citations / H-Index

1107 Citations
17 h-index
966 Citations

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Co-author Network


Expertise

Neurosciences

Adult Brain Plasticity.

Personal Information

Dr Jyoti Parkash

Male
Centre for Animal Sciences, School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Central University of Punjab Bathinda, Punjab, India
Bathinda, Punjab, India - 151001


Experience

  • Assistant Professor

    Department of Zoology

    Central University of Punjab

  • Assistant Professor

    Biotechnology

    DAV University

  • Post Doctoral Fellow

    Development and Plasticity of the Neuroendocrine Brain

    INSERM France


Qualification

  • Ph.D.

    Guru Nanak Dev University


Honours and Awards

2006

Recipient of Travel Grants from Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry (APSN) for 7th Biennial Meeting in July 2006, National University Singapore (NUS), Singapore

APSN (Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry )

2006

Recipient of Travel Grants from Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) for the 29th Annual Meeting in July 2006, Kyoto, Japan

Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) Japan

2006

Recipient of Travel Grants from Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry (APSN) for 7th Biennial Meeting in July 2006, National University Singapore (NUS), Singapore

APSN (Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry )

2006

Recipient of Travel Grants from Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) for the 29th Annual Meeting in July 2006, Kyoto, Japan

Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) Japan

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Membership In Professional Bodies

2016

Indian Academy of Neurosciences (IAN)

Life Time

2016

Indian Academy of Neurosciences (IAN)

Life Time

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Research Projects

Neural-glial-endothelial tripartite interactions: Unravel the basic cell-cell regulatory Mechanisms involved in the central control of reproduction.

Funding Agency : SERB DST

Role for Semaphorins and its Receptors in the Control of Sexual Brain Development and Adult Brain Plasticity

Funding Agency : UGC

Hormone-dependent programming of the metabolic brain in physiological and pathological conditions

Funding Agency : CUP Bathinda

Neural-glial-endothelial tripartite interactions: Unravel the basic cell-cell regulatory Mechanisms involved in the central control of reproduction.

Funding Agency : SERB DST

Role for Semaphorins and its Receptors in the Control of Sexual Brain Development and Adult Brain Plasticity

Funding Agency : UGC

Hormone-dependent programming of the metabolic brain in physiological and pathological conditions

Funding Agency : CUP Bathinda

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