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Personal Details

Name Dr. U.S.N Murty,PhD, FRES (London)
Current Position (Occupation) Director
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), Guwahati
Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
Govt. of India
Previous Position (Occupation) Director's Nominee & Chief Scientist
Head, Biology Division
CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad
Date of Birth 20th Sept 1957
Phone 0361-2131773 ; Mobile: 9440802794
Res. Phone No 00-91-40-27170 639
E-mail director@niperguwahati.ac.in; murty_usn@yahoo.com

Educational Qualifications

Degree University Year Subjects Division
Ph.D. Osmania Univ. 1990 Zoology (Medical Entomology) Awarded
PG Diploma Univ.of Hyderabad 1996-97 Environmental Management
M.Sc. Andhra Univ. 1980 Zoology First
B.Sc. Andhra Univ. 1978 Zoology, Botany and Chemistry First

Professional Experience

Organization Position Year Research Areas
NIPER, Guwahati Director 03/11/2016 to Till Date
NIPER, Hyderabad (Mentor Institute: CSIR-IICT) Project Director 01/05/2016 to 02/11/2016
Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad Scientist October 1984 - 02/11/2016
  • Computational Biology
  • Control of Vectors and Vector Borne Diseases
  • Rural Development
CSR&TI, Mysore Sr.Res.Asst. March 1983 - Oct 1984 Bioecological studies of uzifly a dipteran pest of silkworm
Vector control Research Centre (Indian Council of Medical Research) Pondicherry Research Asst. (WHO Project) March 1981 - Feb. 1983 Entomological and Epidemiological Research on Mosquito borne Diseases

Research Interests

  • Vector Borne Disease Management & disease modeling
  • Computational Biology
  • Rural Development

Projects Successfully Completed

  • WHO PROJECT on Integrated control of filariasis vector Culex quinquefasciatus in Pondicherry, India (Worked in this project as a Co-investigator. (Period from 1981 to March 1983 Feb, in Vector Control Research Centre, Pondicherry. /-).
  • TNO, THE NETHERLANDS project on Biological control of uzifly by using microbial pathogens and non insecticidal methods (Worked as a co-investigator in this project) (Period from 1986-89) (Rs.8.00 lakhs) /-).
  • MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, GOVT.INDIA sponsored project on Database Management System (DBMS) for the Integrated control of Bancroftian Filariasis in East and West Godavari Districts of Andhra Pradesh (Principal Investigator, 1998-2001, Total Budget is Rs.25.00 lakhs) /-).
  • DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Sericulture a Biotechnological tool for employment of women in rural belts of Ranga Reddy District of AP. (Principal Investigator, 1999-2001, Total Budget is Rs.11.00 lakhs) /-).
  • KOLHAPUR MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, KOLHAPUR, GOVT. OF MAHRASTRA sponsored project on “Biological control of the Water Hyacinth in the Rankala lake” (Principal Investigator, 2000-2002, Total Budget Rs. 6.00 lakhs) /-).
  • MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, GOVT.INDIA Sponsored project on An Integrated Information System using Text, Graphics and Audio through SAMADHAN KENDRAS for the Development of Rural community in West Godavari District of A.P.(Principal Investigator, 2001-2004, Total Budget is Rs. 22.34 lakhs) /-).
  • CSIR RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Employment and Income Generation for the Rural masses in West Godavari of Andhra Pradesh through Sericulture Leaf to Cloth Technology. (Principal Investigator, 1998-99, Total Budget is Rs.1.50 lakhs) /-).
  • INDIAN COUNCIL FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH (ICMR), NEW DELHI, GOVT.INDIA Sponsored project on Advanced forecasting system for the control of Japanese encephalitis in Andhra Pradesh, India. (Principal Investigator, 2002-2005, Total Budget is Rs. 25 lakhs) /-).
  • DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (DBT), NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on integrated control of Filariasis and Malaria through Decision Support System (DSS) in Andhra Pradesh, India. (Principal Investigator, 2003-2006, Total Budget is Rs.15 lakhs). /-).
  • MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (MC&IT), GOVT.INDIA Sponsored project on An Integrated Information System for the control of Bancroftian Filariasis in Andhra Pradesh. (Principal Investigator, 2004-2008, Total Budget is Rs. 60.00 lakhs). /-).
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Evaluation of Spilanthes acemella for the development of biopesticides. (Principal Investigator, 2003-2006, Total Budget is Rs.13 lakhs) /-).
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Setting up of a sericulture demonstration plant and training of manpower in Jammu & Kashmir, India. (Principal Investigator, 2003-2005, Total Budget is Rs. 25 lakhs) /-).
  • CSIR –Rural Action Plan (RAP): Sponsored project on Integrated Sericulture for the rural development in RR District (Principal Investigator: 2004-05, Total Budget is Rs. 4.5 lakhs. /-).
  • CSIR-RSWNet program on SAMADHAN KENDRA: A rural Information Technology Centre for the benefit of rural population in West and East Godavari Districts of Andhra Pradesh” (Principal Investigator, Total Budget: Rs. 61, 00, 000 /-).

PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN:
  • MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & FOREST, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on “Bioinformatics-Vector Control”. (Principal Investigator, till 2011, Total Budget: Rs. 7.00 lakhs).
  • CSIR Network project on “Integrated Analysis for Impact, Mitigation and Sustainability (IAIMS): Regional Climate Modeling at Decadal Scale”. (Co- Investigator, Total Budget: Rs. 1, 42, 60, 000 /-).
  • Collaborative project on “Integrated Disease Prediction with Weather and Climate Model Seamlessly (INDRAAS)” funded by UKIERI (UK-India Education Research Initiative), collaboration between CSIR IICT, Hyderabad, CSIR-CMMACS, Bengaluru and University of Liverpool, U.K.
  • CSIR Network Project: "Genomics and Informatics Solutions for Integrating Biology (GENESIS)" (Co- Investigator, Total Budget: Rs.2.42 cores -).
  • Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India sponsored project on "Synthesis & Biological Activity Of Various Triazoles As Effective Antifungal Agents" collaboration between CSIR IICT, Hyderabad and BITS, Hyderabad. (Co- Investigator, Total Budget: Rs. 1956800/-).

COORDINATORS:
  • Advanced Course in Bioinformatics (ACB) at Bioinformatics Center, Biology Division, IICT, Hyderabad. Jointly organized by C-DAC and JNTU, Hyderabad.(http://www.iictindia.org/zacb/) Six months full time program being organized for the last 10 years successfully. This is an internationally renowned program attracted globally.
  • Co-coordinator, ENVIS-CENTER (Environmental Information System) on "Bioinformatics – Vector Control" (www.iictenvis.nic.in) from (2003 to 2015).

Projects Successfully Completed in North East Region of India

  • DEFENCE RESEARCH LABORATORY (DRDO) TEZPUR, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on “Forecasting system and Identification for the control of Malaria in certain parts of Assam”. (Principal Investigator, 2001-02, Total budget is Rs. 3.00 lakhs)
  • CSIR - NORTH EAST DEVELOPMENT UNIT Sponsored project on An Integrated Malaria control program through Heuristic Engine software technology in North-East region with particular reference to Mizoram and Sikkim: An innovative tool for predicting the outbreak of disease. (Principal Investigator, 2001-2002 Total Budget is Rs.15.00 lakhs) Principal Investigator
  • CSIR - NORTHEAST UNIT, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on “Integrated sericulture through High Yielding Variety of Mulberry and silkworms for the income generation to the rural community of Mizoram and Sikkim” (Principal Investigator, 2001-2002, Total Budget Rs. 7.00 lakhs)
  • CSIR - NORTHEAST UNIT, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on “Control of Malaria through Integrated Information Technology Tools in Manipur” in collaboration with State Medical and Health Department. (Principal Investigator, 2001-2002, Total Budget Rs. 5.00 lakhs).
  • CSIR - NORTHEAST UNIT, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on “Economically viable local plant species of Manipur through Tissue culture” in collaboration with Central Agriculture University, Imphal, Manipur. (Principal Investigator, 2001-2002, Total Budget Rs. 5.00 lakhs)
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DST), NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Control of Malaria through Integrated Information Technology tools in Arunachal Pradesh. (Principal Investigator, 2004-2006, Total Budget is Rs.19.8 lakhs).
  • DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI, GOVT. INDIA Sponsored project on Rapid Epidemiological mapping of endemic zones of Malaria in Arunachal Pradesh through Geographical Information System (GIS) (Duration: 2007-2011, Principal Investigator, till 2010, Total Budget: Rs. 24,47 lakhs).
  • CSIR-RSWNet program on “Implementation of new technology and training program in sericulture for rural development in North East States of India (Assam and Manipur)” (Principal Investigator, Total Budget: Rs.39,00,000 /)

Significant Achievements

  • Established New Malaria Vector Anopheles subpictus in South East India in 1981.
  • New Record of Trichopria khandalus a biocontrol agent of Uzifly Exorista bombycis.
  • Developed software for probit analysis for estimating the lethal doses in bioassay studies of mosquitoes.
  • Developed software for estimating the aerodynamic parameters of fliers.
  • Developed Database for uzifly (Exorista bombycis) a pest of silkworm.
  • Developed software for identification of Indian Anopheles mosquitoes Malaria by using Expert system.
  • Developed software for identification of female Culex mosquitoes of South-East Asian countries.
  • SOM a cluster technology that Prioritizes control parameters in endemic zones of vector borne diseases.
  • Developed software on mosquito density prediction model (JEBNET), disease classification (VBClassif), GIS applications (FMVS), dengue decision support system (DDSS) and SAMADHAN KENDRA (A rural IT centre).
  • Established super computing facility PARAM 10000 and PARAM PADMA at Biology Division of CSIR-IICT for Bioinformatics course and also for studies on vector borne diseases in 2002.
  • Reviewer for Current Science, Plos One, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Journal of Vector Borne Diseases.
  • Lead partner in India Development Gateway (Indg) a web portal for rural development designed by CDAC and DIT Govt. India that was inaugurated on 4th July 2008 at Vignan Bhavan New Delhi by Hon’ble President of India Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil. http://niscair.res.in/ScienceCommunication/RnDNewsLetters/csirnews2k8/csirnews_15jul08.pdf.
  • Paper on “AI to identify mosquitoes” published in Nature India (Regional website of Nature Publishing group) under Research Highlights. http://www.nature.com/nindia/2008/081210/full/nindia.2008.334.html authored by Biplab Das in December 2008
  • Participant: Network Initiative for Sustainability, Climate Adaptation and Mitigation (NISCAM) which has been approved by Planning commission as an inter agency network project to be later developed into an independent institute.
  • Participant: Open Source Drug Discovery – Malaria (CSIR-CDRI Lucknow is the Nodal agency)
  • Collaborator: INDRAAS (Integrating disease prediction with weather and climate models seamlessly) a bilateral project of CSIR – CMMACS, CSIR – IICT and University of Liverpool UK funded by British Council through its UKIERI.

Technologies Transferred

  • Expert system for the identification of 54 Indian Anopheline mosquitoes is transferred to Defense Research Laboratory (DRDO) Tezpur Assam for its application in the field at Assam and other North Eastern states of India
  • SOM (Self Organizing Map) a cluster technology that can reduce the outbreaks of mosquito borne diseases has been transferred to NVBDCP (National Vector Borne Disease Control Program Ministry of Health Govt. of India) for its usage in Gujarat and North East India 2011.
  • Technology on Integrated Sericulture for self employment and income generation is transferred to many farmers of Assam, Manipur etc., in collaboration with CSIR- NEIST Jorhat.

MoUs Entered

  • North East Institute of Science and Technology, (CSIR-NEIST) for screening and evaluation of bioactive compounds for mosquitocidal activities.
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University JNTU) Hyderabad to conduct six months program on Advanced course in Bioinformatics.
  • Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) (Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Govt. of India) Pune/Hyderabad to have Super computing facility and organize six months program on Advanced course in Bioinformatics.
  • University of California Davis USA with Prof Rao Vemuri Dept of Computer Sciences to work on collaborative projects on Machine learning algorithms for disease control.
  • National Remote Sensing Centre (NRCS) Hyderabad, ISRO, Dept of Space Govt. of India to work on GIS applications on vector borne diseases.
  • Centre for Disease Modelling (CDM) York University, Canada with Prof Jianhong Wu to work on Mathematical Biology with special reference to Vector Borne diseases.
  • Byrraju Foundation (Presently Satyam Mahindra) to work on implementation of Samadhan Kendra and other rural programs in Andhra Pradesh. Dr RA Mashelkar former DG, CSIR and Director IICT were present while MoU was signed.

Awards and Honors

  • Awarded World Health Organization and Tropical Disease Research, Geneva fellowship to attend the course of Biology of Disease Vectors in Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523, USA. (1992).
  • Awarded outstanding performance by Director, IICT for the project on SAMADHAN KENDRA an Information Technology tool for the rural development in AP. (Sponsored by Ministry of Information Technology, Govt of India, New Delhi).
  • Awarded German Research Foundation Fellowship by University of Heidelberg to deliver a talk on Role of Information Technology for the control of vectors and vector borne diseases in March 2005 at Institute of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
  • Editorial board in Bioinformation Journal, an open access forum on biological data point.
  • U.S. Defense award on “Window-on-science support” 2006.
  • Delivered "Golden Jubilee lecture" as part of Golden Jubilee celebration of DRDL, Tezpur, Assam September 2008.
  • Delivered "Sri Gopalkishanrao Vepachedu Memorial Lecture" which was conferred by the Andhra Pradesh Akademy of Sciences, February 2008. (http://www.vepachedu.org/TSJ/endowmentlecture.html).
  • Awarded Certificate of Merit by Prof. Samir K Brahmachari, Director General, CSIR, on 31st Jan, 2009 for successfully completing, with merit, all four modules of the CSIR Leadership Development Programme for middle to senior level leader towards leadership role, competences, applications and personnel mastery with formal evaluation at HRDC, Ghaziabad.
  • Delivered "Golden Jubilee lecture" as part of the Golden Jubilee celebration of CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat on October 2010.
  • Awarded ‘GOLD MEDAL’ for best lecture in National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Biopharmaceuticals – Relevance to Environment and Health” organized jointly by Department of Biotechnology Thapar University and Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy at Thapar University, Patiala, November 2010.
  • Visiting Professor, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad since 2011
  • Visiting Professor, Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada since 2009.
  • Received "IICT technology award" for societal benefit-2010-11.
  • Received Gold Medal and Citation from Zoological Society of India (ZSI) (established in 1938) for the contributions to the science and society on 28th December 2012.
  • ICMR Prize for Biomedical research conducted in underdeveloped areas for the year 2010.

Awards received for North East Projects
  • Awarded Best Project performance by Government of Mizoram for the project on Integrated Sericulture for Rural Development. (2002).
  • Awarded Best Project performance by Government of Arunanchal Pradesh for the project on Integrated Information Technology Tools for the control of Malaria in Arunanchal Pradesh. (2006)
  • Received the prestigious "eNorth East award-2011 as a special mention in the category of "Health Services Delivery for the commendable work and scaling up in Arunachal Pradesh".

Abroad Experience

Name of the institute Country visited Year Purpose of the visit
University of California, Davis USA 2014 Under bilateral visit.
University of Liverpool UK UK 2012 Participated as an Indian Collaborator in UKIERI Project with University of Liverpool, UK
Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada Canada 2011 Visiting Professor at Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada.
Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada Canada 2011 Visiting Professor at Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada.
Visiting Professor at Centre Disease Modeling (CDM) York University Canada. Canada 2009 IICT entered Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Centre Disease Modeling (CDM)
Asia-Pacific Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases- Pacific centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (NIH Centre) Hawai USA 2008 A novel Decision Support System for Vector-Borne Diseases: Applications in Knowledge extraction in Public Health
ICCES 08 conference Hawai USA 2008 VB Classif 1.0 a novel tools to classify the epidemiological data of vector borne diseases
More House College Atlanta GA USA USA 2006 Decision Support System (DSS) in Vector Management
IInd Middle East Conference on Health Informatics Dubai 2005 1. Future prospectus of control of vectors and vector borne diseases by using data mining tools.
2. Invited talk on Public Health Informatics
University of Heidelberg Germany 2005 Invited talk on the Role of Information Technology for the control of vector borne diseases
Salford System, New York USA 2005 Paper presented on CART applications for filariasis management
Institute of Public Health, Czech Republic Czech Republic 1999 Delivered invited talk on IT applications for the control of Filariasis
Institute of Isotopes of Hungarian academy of sciences, Budapest Hungary 1996 Invited by the Director to deliver a lecture on Integrated control of mosquitoes
London School of Tropical Hygiene and Medicine UK 1996 Invited by Prof.Curtis to deliver a lecture on role of computers in mosquito control
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK UK 1996 Invited to present a paper on Biological control of mosquitoes in International Conference on Insect Pests in Urban Environment.
Arthropod Infectious disease laboratory, Colorado State University USA 1992 WHO/TDR fellowship was awarded to attend a course on Biology of Disease Vectors.

No. of Conferences (National & International)

  • No of conferences (National) attended : 80
  • No of conferences (International) attended : 32

Membership of Professional Bodies/Societies

  • Life member in "Indian Science Congress Association" (ISCA), Kolkatta.
  • Life Member in "Applied Zoological Research Association (AZRA)".
  • Life member in "Indian Academy of Social Sciences", Allahabad, 2010.
  • Life member in "Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy (ABAP)", Guntur.
  • Member in "National Academy Biological Science (NABS)".
  • Member, Governing Council (GC) of Andhra Pradesh State Sericulture Development Institute, (Govt of AP), Hindupur, Ananthapur Dist, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Member, Research Council (RC) of Andhra Pradesh State Sericulture Development Institute, (Govt of AP), Hindupur, Ananthapur Dist, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Elected as "Councilor" for the Indian Academy of Social Sciences (2012-13).

FELLOWS:
  • Fellow of Applied Zoological Research Association (AZRA). 2007
  • Fellow of Indian Academy of Social Sciences Allahabad 2009
  • Member National Academy of Science (MNASc), Allahabad. 2010
  • Fellow of Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy (ABAP). 2010
  • Fellow of National Academy Biological Science (FNABS). 2010
  • Fellow of Andhra Pradesh Akademi of Sciences (FAPAS). 2011
  • Fellow Royal Entomological Society (FRES), London, 2012

Academic Activities & Linkages with Institutions

  • External Examiner for M.Sc Medical Entomology in Pondicherry University, Pondicherry. Tamilnadu.
  • External Examiner for M.Sc. Biotechnology and Bioinformatics in Osmania University, Hyderabad.
  • External Examiner for M.Sc. Zoology and Forensic Science in Osmania University, Hyderabad.
  • External Examiner for M.Sc. Zoology in Azmeer University, Hyderabad.
  • External Examiner for M.Sc and M.Tech (Biotechnology) programs in Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad.
  • Biotechnology program coordinator – JNTU, Hyderabad.

Academic linkages with various institutions:
  • Delivered talks in number of universities, medical and engineering colleges in India and abroad on computational biology and Infectious diseases.
  • Recognized guide for PhD in Dept of Biotechnology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University, Hyderabad.
  • Recognized guide for PhD in Dept of Zoology, Osmania University Hyderabad.
  • Recognized guide for PhD in Dept of Biotechnology University of Mysore, Mysore.
  • Recognized guide for PhD in Dept of Zoology, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh.

No. of PhDs/PG and UG Dissertations

  • Twelve(12) students awarded PhD.
  • Five(5) Ph.D. students are presently working under my supervision in ACSIR, Osmania University and JNTU, Hyderabad.
  • 131 Nos of PG and UG (B.Tech) students did their dissertation from different universities of India.

Patents/Copyrights

Copy rights granted:
  • Database Management System (DBMS) for the integrated control of Bancroftian Filariasis in East and West Godavari Districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. File no: Sci (2001) PT- 344 dated 10/10/2001.
  • An Integrated forecasting system for the control of malaria through Heuristic Engine (HE) technology in Mizoram & Sikkim, India. File no: Sci (2001) PT-345 dated 21/11/2001.
  • “An Expert system for Rapid identification of 54 Anopheline mosquito species in Assam: A user-friendly web enabled tool”. File no: Sci (2002) PT-394 dated 27/11/2002.
  • “Software for estimating the aerodynamic parameters of fliers”. PT: 445, CR-18/04, Filing date: 01.10.2004, Application No. SW-2082/2005.
  • Imidazoquinolone-3-carboxyamide derivatives as antibacterial agents. PT-425, NF-298/03, Filing date: 25/10/2005, Application No. 2850/DEL/05.
  • 7,8-Imidazofused quinolone carboxyamide derivatives. PT-425A NF-316/05, Filing date:25/10/2005, Application No. 2851/DEL/05.
  • Novel compounds of Imidazofused 4-Hydroxy quinoline caboxamides. PT-425B NF-317/05, Filing date: 25/10/2005, Application No. 2852/DEL/05.
  • 1,8-Imidazofused quinolone carboxamide. PT-425C, NF-318/05, Filing date: 25/10/2005, Application No. 2853/DEL/05.
  • 1,8-Imidazofused quinolone carboxamide PT-425D, NF-319/05, Filling date: 25/10/2005, Application No. 2854/DEL/05.
  • “Software for probit analysis for estimating the lethal doses in bioassay studies of insects”. PT: 446, CR-19/04, Filing date: 01.10.2004, Application No.SW-2086/2005.
  • “Prioritization of control zones in endemic areas of vector borne diseases by Cluster Analysis”. PT: 454, CR-17/04, Filing date: 24.09.2004, Application No. SW-2070/2005.
  • VB Classif 1.0 (A Novel classification tools for the control of vector borne diseases). PT: 494, CR-10/2006, Filing date: 18.05.2006.
  • Database management system for the control of malaria in Arunachal Pradesh. PT: 490, CR-5/06, Filing date: 24/04/2006, Application No.SW3048/2006.
  • Advanced forecasting system to predict the per man hour density (PMHD) of Japanese encephalitis vector. PT: 511, CR-2/2007, Filing date: 24.09.2009.
  • Rapid identification of female Culex mosquito species using Expert System in the South East Asian region. PT: 513, CR-11/2007, Filing date: 09/02/2010.
  • Genomic and Proteomic database on Culex mosquito species. PT: 553, CR-7/09, Filing date: 24/09/2009.
  • Process for the isolation of Karanjin from expelled and solvent extracted cake of Pongamia glabra. PT: 556, NF-65/09, Filing date: 25/09/2009, Application No. 2010/DEL/09.
  • SAMADHAN KENDRA an Information Technology Centre for Rural Development. PT: 549, CR-6/09, Filing date: 02/02/2010.
  • Filaria Monitoring Visualization System: A Geographical Information System–Based Application to Manage Lymphatic Filariasis in Andhra Pradesh, India. (Yet to be file).

List of Publications

  • 2016: Daggupati V. Ramana, B. Vinayak, V. Dileepkumar, U. S. N. Murty, L. Raju Chowhanc and M. Chandrasekharam. Hydrophobically directed, catalyst-free, multi-component synthesis of functionalized 3,4-dihydroquinazolin-2(1H)-ones. RSC Advances. 6, 21789-21794.
  • 2015: Tadla Vijeetha, Marrapu Balakrishna, Mallampalli Sri Lakshmi Karuna, Bhamidipati Venkata Surya Koppeswara Rao, Rachapudi Badari Narayana Prasad, Koochana Pranay Kumar, Upadyaula Surya Narayana Murthy. Synthesis and Anti-microbial Activity of Novel Phosphatidylethanolamine-N-amino Acid Derivatives. Journal of Oleo Science, Vol. 64 (7); 705-712.
  • 2015: Srinivasa Rao Mutheneni, Suryanaryana Murty Upadhyayula, Sriram Kumaraswamy, Madhusudhan Rao Kadiri, Balakrishna Nagalla. Socioeconomic status and Lymphatic Filariasis in Andhra Pradesh, India Journal of Public Health, Volume 23, Issue 4, pp 231-240 (IF-2.06).
  • 2015: Suryanaryana Murty U, Srinivasa Rao Mutheneni, Sumana Chenna, Vaideesh Parasaram, Madhusudhan Rao Kadiri. Climate drivers on malaria transmission in Arunachal Pradesh, India. PLOS ONE. 10(3): e0119514. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0119514. (IF-3.75).
  • 2015: Satyavani SR, Sanjit Kanjilal, Srinivasa Rao M, Prasad R.B.N, Murthy U.S.N. Synthesis and mosquito larvicidal activity of furanochalcones and furanoflavonoids analogous to karanjin. Medicinal Chemistry Research. Volume 24, Issue 2, pp 842-850 Doi:10.1007/s00044-014-1160-4. (IF-1.612).
  • 2014: Srinivasa Rao Mutheneni, Suryanaryana Murty Upadhyayula, Madhusudhan Rao Kadiri, Kartik Nishing. Malaria prevalence in Aruanchal Pradesh – a northeastern state of India. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; vol. 91 no. 6: 1088-1093. Doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.14-0078. (IF: 2.736).
  • 2014: Jonathan M Lauderdale, Cyril Caminade, Andrew E Heath, Anne E Jones, David A MacLeod, Krushna C Gouda, Upadhyayula Suryanarayana Murty, Prashant Goswami, Srinivasa R Mutheneni and Andrew P Morse. Towards seasonal forecasts of malaria in India. Malaria Journal 13:310, doi:10.1186/1475-2875-13-310. (IF: 3.49)
  • 2014: Prashant Goswami, Upadhayula Suryanarayana Murty, Srinivasa Rao Mutheneni, Swathi Trithala Krishnan. Relative roles of weather variables and change in human population in different states of India. PLoS ONE 9(6): e99867. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099867.
  • 2014: Lakshmi Reddy Pagadala, Lakshmi Devi Mukkara, Satyanarayana Singireddi, Ashita Singh, Veera Reddy, Thummaluru Padma Sridevi, Jagarlamudi Raja Sekhar Guttala, Yogeeswari Perumal, Sriram Dharmarajan, Suryanarayana Murty Upadhyayula, Ramesh Ummanni, Venkata Subba Reddy Basireddy, Narender Ravirala. Design, synthesis and anti-mycobacterial activity of 1,2,3,5-tetrasubstituted pyrrolyl-N-acetic acid derivatives. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Volume 84, 12, 118–126.
  • 2014: Chinde S1, Kumari M, Devi KR, Murty US, Rahman MF, Kumari SI, Mahboob M, Grover P. Assessment of genotoxic effects of lead in occupationally exposed workers. Environmental Science and Pollution Research June 8.
  • 2014: Banerjee Amit Kumar; Ravi Vadlamani; Murty USN; Sengupta, Neelava; Karuna Batepatti. Application of Intelligent Techniques for Classification of Bacteria Using Protein Sequence-Derived Features. Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 170 (6), 1263-1281.
  • 2014: Srinivasa Rao Mutheneni, Suryanaryana Murty Upadhyayula, Mdhusudhan Ro Kadiri, Kartik Nishing, Preeyantee Ghosh, Balakrishna Nagalla. Prediction of malaria prevalence using Richards model in Arunachal Pradesh, India. Epidemiology and Infection. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S095026881300335X.