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Tripura University
Name: Dr. Sudipta Pal
Phone number's : Official : 0381-2379082; Mobile: 9436473603
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Fax : (0381) 2374804
Academic Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D (Science)
Present Designation/position : Assistant Professor, Department of Human Physiology, Tripura University
Topics Taught :
  • Theory:
    1. Bioenergetics and enzyme kinetics: Thermodynamics, ETC, redox potential, oxidative phosphorylation, couple reaction, principle of catalysis, enzyme & kinetics, enzyme inhibition and activation, regulation, mechanism of catalysis. Inducible enzymes, isozymes
    2. Biomembrane physiology and transport, cell-cell communication : Structure of model membrane, lipid layer, membrane protein diffusion, ion channels, ion pumps, membrane transport, mechanism of sorting & regulation of intracellular transport, electrical properties of membrane, membrane receptors, signal transduction, second messengers, regulation of signaling pathways. Cell adhesion & role of different adhesion molecules, gap junctions, extracellular matrix
    3. Digestion, Nutrition and Growth : Secretory function of elementary tract, control of secretion, digestion and absorption of foods, physiology of gastrointestinal disorders, different food groups and nutrients, vitamins and their role in nutrition, nutrition in infancy, childhood and adolescence, nutrition in adults, feeding problems, food allergy, lactose intolerance, nutrition in pregnancy and lactating woman, problems in pregnancy, nutrition related problems of health.
  • Practical: Biochemistry and histology

Publications (year wise):

Title of the PaperName of the authorsName of the Journal with Volume Pages and YearISSN NO.
Review Article entitled Arsenic Induced Cardiotoxicity : Ameliorative Role of Vitamins and Minerals Bhattacharjee S, Pal S Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences(Accepted), 2015 ISSN: 0367-8350
Certain Additive Beneficial Effects of Melatonin and Vitamin E co-administration against Arsenic-induced Oxidative Stress in Rat Liver Sudipta Pal Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences(Accepted), 2015 ISSN: 0367-8350
Ameliorative effect of resveratrol against fluoride induced alteration of thyroid function in male Wistar rats Sarkar C, Pal S Biological Trace Element Research, 162(1-3): 278-287.2014 ISSN: 0163-4984 [IF: 1.608]
Protective effect of resveratrol on fluoride induced alteration in protein and nucleic acid metabolism, DNA damage and biogenic amines in rat brain Pal S, Sarkar C Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 38(2):684-699.2014 ISSN: 1382-6689 [IF: 1.862]
Oxidative stress induced alteration of protein and nucleic acid metabolism in fluoride-intoxicated rat brain: protection by α-hydroxy olean-12-en-27-oic acid isolated from Neanotiswightiana Sarkar C, Das N, Pal S, Dinda B International Journal Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research.5 (7): 3047-3066.2014 ISSN (Online): 0975-8232; ISSN (Print): 2320-5148. [IF: 2.44]
Additive protective effects of selenium and vitamin E against arsenic induced lipidemic and cardiotoxic effects in mice Bhattacharjee S, Pal S International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences6 (5):406-413.2014 ISSN- 0975 – 1491
Anti-lipidemic and cardioprotective effects of vitamin B12 and folic acid against arsenic toxicity Bhattacharjee S, Pal S International Journal of Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Biological Sciences, 4 (2): 353-360.2014 ISSN: 2249-9504
Ameliorative effects of oleanolic acid on fluoride induced metabolic and oxidative dysfunctions in rat brain: Experimental and biochemical studies Sarkar C, Pal S, Das N, Dinda B Food and Chemical Toxicology, 66: 224-236.2014 ISSN: 0278-6915 [IF:3.01]
Mitigating role of folic acid and vitamin B12 against sodium arsenite-induced oxidative stress in rat testis Sarkar C, Bhattacharjee S, Pal S Journal of Applied Biosciences, 39(1): 1-22.2013 ISSN 1997 – 5902
Additive beneficial effect of folic acid and vitamin B12 co-administration on arsenic-induced oxidative damage in cardiac tissue in vivo Bhattacharjee S, Sarkar C, Pal S. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research ,6 (1): 64-69.2013 ISSN- 0974-2441 [IF: 0.7]
Possible beneficial effects of melatonin supplementation on arsenic-induced oxidative stress in Wistar rats Pal S, Chatterjee AK Drug and chemical toxicology, 29 (4): 423-433.2006 ISSN:0148-0545 (print),1525-6014 (electronic) [IF: 1.293]
Prospective protective role of melatonin against arsenic-induced metabolic toxicity in Wistar rats Pal S, Chatterjee AK Toxicology ,208 (1): 25-33.2005 ISSN: 0300-483X [IF: 3.745]
Protective effect of methionine supplementation on arsenic-induced alteration of glucose homeostasis Pal S, Chatterjee AK Food and chemical toxicology, 42 (5): 737-742.2004 ISSN: 0278-6915 . [IF: 3.01]
Protective effect of N-acetylcysteine against arsenic-induced depletion in vivo of carbohydrate Pal S, Chatterjee AK Drug and chemical toxicology27 (2): 179-189.2004 ISSN: 0148-0545 (print), 1525-6014 (electronic) [IF: 1.098]
Arsenic-induced alteration of glucose homeostasis Pal S, Chatterjee AK Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences, 56 (1): 25-32.2002 ISSN: 0367-8350

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Refresher/Orientations etc. participated:

Title of the paper presented in Conference/seminarName of the participantSeminar/ConferenceYear
Participated Sudipta Pal One day seminar cum Workshop on Tuberculosis Awareness, organized by Mohona, T.U.W.A and Chetana Institute for Women’s Studies, Agartala at Tripura University 31st March, 2015
Participated Sudipta Pal Wiley Author Workshop 25th March, 2015
Participated Sudipta Pal Two days’ seminar cum workshop on Modern Biotechnology, organized by State Biotech Hub, Tripura University 2015
Sub-acute oral exposure to fluoride : a threat to metabolic homeostasis in rat brain Sudipta Pal 102nd Indian Science Congress, organized by University of Mumbai. 3-7 January, 2015
Sub-acute arsenic toxicity : a threat to metabolic homeostasis Sudipta Pal PHYSICON-2014, a National Conference organized by Berhampore Girl’s College, Murshidabad, W.B. 19th -21st December, 2014
Participated Sudipta Pal Author Workshop on “Skill development to write scientific literature, quality improvement of manuscript for publication success”, organized by Springer in collaboration with the Central Library, Tripura University 18th November, 2014
Participated in a panel discussion on “Women and Science” Sudipta Pal One day workshop organized by the Women’s studies Centre, Tripura University 25thFebruary, 2014
Participated Sudipta Pal One day workshop on Enhancing Institutional Innovation with Intellectual Property Rights organized by Tezpur University Intellectual Property Cell in collaboration with Equal Opportunity Cell, T.U. 21st March, 2013
Participated Sudipta Pal UGC-sponsored 5 days workshop on Capacity Building of Women Managers in higher Education: Sensitivity/ Awareness/ Motivation Workshop organized by Tripura University 30thMarch-3rd April, 2013
Participated Sudipta Pal Refresher Course in Life Sciences, organized by UGC-ASC, University of Calcutta 2013
Participated Sudipta Pal 100th Indian Science Congress, held at University of Calcutta, Kolkata (India) 2013
Arsenic, an environmental toxicant altering carbohydrate metabolism in vivo. Sudipta Pal International Conference on Material Science, held at Tripura University, Tripura (India) 2013
Participated Sudipta Pal Orientation programme, organized by UGC-ASC, University of Calcutta 2012
Ameliorative effect of selenium and vitamin B12 co-administration against arsenic-induced oxidative stress in male Wistar rats. Sudipta Pal 99th Indian Science Congress, held at KIIT University, Bhubaneswar (India) 2012
Participated Sudipta Pal Tripura State Science Congress, held at Agartala, Tripura (India) 2011
Participated Sudipta Pal Seminar on Molecular Biology organized by the Deptt. of Microbiology, Agartala Government Medical College, West Tripura 2011
Combined exposure of N-acetylcysteine and melatonin ameliorates arsenic-induced oxidative stress in male Wistar rats. Sudipta Pal, 98th Indian Science Congress, held at SRM University, Chennai (India) 2011
Seminar attended Sudipta Pal Attended the National CME on Immunology under the aegis of Immunological Society organized by Agartala Govt. Medical College, Tripura 2010
Co-administration of melatonin and vitamin E ameliorates arsenic-induced oxidative stress in rat liver. Sudipta Pal International Conference on Integrative Physiology: Modern Perspective & Platinum Jubilee Celebration of the Physiological Society of India. 2009
Combined Supplementation of Melatonin and Vitamin C in the protection of Arsenic-induced Oxidative Stress in Liver of Wistar Rats. Sudipta Pal 19th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India 2008
Studies on glucose homeostasis in vivo following exposure to excess selenium. Sudipta Pal International Conference on Frontier Researches in Integrative Physiology. 2007
Role of melatonin as an antioxidant. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Present status of Scientific and Technological Interventions on the Development of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants in India Sudipta Pal National Symposium on Present status of Scientific and Technological Interventions on the Development of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants in India. 2007
Modulation of arsenic-induced oxidative stress following exposure to alcohol. Sudipta Pal 18th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India. 2006
Prospective protective role of melatonin against arsenic-induced oxidative stress. Sudipta Pal 93rd Indian Science Congress 2006
Prospective protective role of melatonin against arsenic-induced metabolic toxicity in Wistar rats. Sudipta Pal 17th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India 2005
Possible influence of alcohol exposure on arsenic-induced carbohydrate metabolism. Sudipta Pal 27th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Biomedical Scientists 2005
Possible beneficial effect of N-acetylcysteine on arsenic-induced alteration of cellular antioxidant system. Sudipta Pal 12th West Bengal State Science & Technology congress 2005
Protective effect of methionine supplementation on arsenic-induced alteration of glucose homeostasis. Sudipta Pal 16th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India 2004
Protection against arsenic-induced alteration of glucose homeostasis by N-acetylcysteine. Sudipta Pal 15th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India 2003
Studies on certain aspects of carbohydrate metabolism following arsenic treatment. Sudipta Pal 13th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India 2002

Membership/Positions in Learned Academic Bodies/Organizations:

  • Life member of the Physiological Society of India
  • Life member of the Indian Science Congress Association
  • Joint Secretary, Mohona: Tripura University Women’s Association, T.U.

Research Projects:

Completed one UGC Major Research Project (2011-2014). Title: Mechanism of arsenic-induced cardio-toxicity: Possible ameliorative role of antioxidants. Amount: Nine lakhs twenty four thousand.

Research Supervisions (Scholar's Name, Topic and Status):

Publications (year wise):

SL No.Scholars NameTopicStatus
1 Chaitali Sarkar Certain aspects of fluoride toxicity on brain protein and nucleic acid metabolism in relation to thyroid function Thesis submitted
2 Surajit Bhattacharya Mechanism of Arsenic -induced Oxidative Stress in Cardiac Tissue: Role of Certain Antioxidants Final stage of Thesis submission
3 Pritha Das Studies on metabolic homeostasis in mice following sub-acute lead toxicity Synopsis approved
4 Kanu Shil Alterations in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism in liver, kidney, muscle and brain following sub-acute chromium exposure Synopsis approved

Scholarship/Award/Recognitions:

  1. Scholarship from Labonyaprova Bose Trust, Kolkata for research work during the period from 01.10.2004 to 31.03.2005.
  2. Received senior research fellowship from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi from 01.04.2005 to 31.03.2007.
  3. Received “Prof B. B. Sarkar Memorial Research Prize” for best research publication in the year 2004, presented by the Physiological Society of India, held in Midnapore (West Bengal), India, Dec 16th to 18th.
  4. Selected for paper presentation in “ISCA Young Scientist Award Programme” (Section: Medical Sciences including Physiology), organized by the 92nd Session of Indian Science Congress Association, held in Ahmedabad, India, Jan 3rd to 7th, 2005.
  5. Received “Prof P. B. Sen Memorial Research Prize” for the best research publication in the year 2005, presented by the Physiological Society of India, held in Gulbarga (Karnataka), Dec 1st to 3rd.
  6. Selected for paper presentation in “ISCA Young Scientist Award Programme” (Section: Medical Sciences including Physiology), organized by the 93rd Session of Indian Science Congress Association, held in Hyderabad, India, Jan 3rd to 7th, 2006.

Other Information (if any):

  • Reviewer of the journal of Toxicology
  • Editorial board member of Physiology Update
  • One year nine months teaching experience as Assistant Professor of Human Physiology at Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya, Udaipur, South Tripura (April 2008-Feb 2010).
  • Contractual full time lecturer at Bangabasi Evening College, Kolkata (August, 2007 to April, 2008).
  • Part-time lecturer at Rammohan College (December, 2001 to March, 2005) and St Paul’s Cathedral Mission College, Kolkata (September, 2004 to April, 2008).