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Dr. Bimal Deb's profile

Name : Dr. Bimal Deb

Designation : Visiting Faculty
Qualification : M.Sc., PhD
Subject : Medical Biochemistry
Department Name : Paramedical & Allied Health Science
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Degree name Institute Year of passing/awarded
MSc (BMLSc&M) Vidyasagar University 2009
PhD Vidyasagar University 2021
  • Now Working as a Medical Technologist (Lab) in Midnapore Medical College & Hospital from 14th December’2005
  • Worked as a Medical Lab. Technologist in Central Diagnostics and Research(Kolkata) from October’2004 to June’2005
  • Guest Teacher in Midnapore City College from 2019 to till date
Field of Specialization Research Area/ Areas of Interest
Blood Bank
Sl no. Subject
1 Blood Bank procedures

International Publication

Sl no. Title Author Journal Name ISBN/ISSN Page No/Internet DOI Impact Factor Year Link
1 Abrogation of sodium arsenite driven uterine antioxidant exhaustion and tissue impairment: Role of B-12 and folate Deb B, Maity M, Maiti S, Pan B, Perveen H, Dash M, Maiti AK, Chattopadhyay S. Environ Biol 39-581-591 2018
2 Green tea (Camellia sinensis) alleviates arsenicinduced damages to DNA and intestinal tissues in rat and in situ intestinal loop by reinforcing antioxidant system Acharyya N, Sajed Ali S, Deb B, Chattopadhyay S, Maiti S Environ Toxicol 1522-7278 30: 1033-44 4.119 2015 View Link
3 Protective Role of Moringa oleifera (Sajina) Seed on Arsenic-Induced Hepatocellular Degeneration in Female Albino Rats Chattopadhyay S, Maiti S, Maji G, Deb B, Pan B, Ghosh D Biological Trace Element Research 1559-0720 142, 200–212 3.732 2011 View Link
4 Antioxidant and metabolic impairment result in DNA damage in arsenic-exposed individuals with severe dermatological manifestations in Eastern India Maiti S,Chattopadhyay S, Deb B, Samanta T, Maji G,Pan B, Ghosh A, Ghosh D. Environ Toxicol 1522-7278 27(6):342-50 doi: 10.1002/tox.20647 2010 View Link