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For a successful research outcome, effective and convenient access to the adequate infrastructures is essential. Thus an integrating activity through active research cooperation and linkage would not only mobilize a research consortium but it would serve as the common research infrastructure for the stakeholders of the consortium. Therefore, networking activities would actually foster a culture of co-operation between research infrastructures, scientific communities, industries and other stakeholders to develop a more efficient and attractive research area. Trident School of Biotech Sciences has successfully established linkage with distinguished research and academic institutions of national and international repute to provide intellectual inputs to its faculties and students both. Few noteworthy research linkages are as follows.

Dr. Arup Sarkar

Organization Faculty Member & case of involvement.
University of Lubeck, Germany;Doyen Diagonositic& Research Foundation, Kolkata Being a principal investigator in a Indo-German project (DFG-ICMR) Dr. Arup Sarkar has taken a collaborative research initiative to establish a linkage with other international academic institute (University of Lubeck) and a health industry (Doyen Diagonositic& Research Foundation)Industry Partner – Mr. Subir Roy, CEO, Doyen Diagonositic& Research Foundation, KolkataInternational Academic Partner: Prof. Tamas Laskay, University of Lubeck, Germany
University of Lubeck, Germany;University of Minho, Portugal;CNRS, Paris, France;National Center for Cell Sciences, India Dr. Arup Sarkar is acting as principal investigator in the multilateral Indo-European call for proposal named “INFECT-ERA-2016” and thus got academically connected with 3 international and one national organizationsInternational Academic Collaborators:Dr. Ricardo Silvestre, University of Minho, Portugal,Prof. Tamas Laskay, University of Lubeck, GermanyProf. Jerome Estaquier, CNRS, Paris France

National Academic Collaborator:

Dr. Bhaskar Saha, NCCS, Pune, India

Aston University, Birmingham, UK;Medical University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria;University of Cambridge, UK;NIST, USA;Centro de InvestigacionesBiológicas (CIB), Madrid, Spain;

Park Clinic, Barcelona;

University of Lubeck, Germany;

University of Minho, Portugal;

OncoQR ML GmbH, Vienna, Austria;

NCCS, Pune, India

Dr. Arup Sarkar is an independent investigator in a European commission sponsored project named “Horizon 2020” and thus developed a successful research consortium with 8 European, USA and Indian organizationsInternational Academic Collaborators:Prof. Darren Flower, Aston University, Birmingham, UKProf. IriniDoytchinova, Medical University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria

Dr. Nathan Zuccai, University of Cambridge, UK

Dr. Susan Krueger, NIST Center for Neutron Research, USA

Prof. Luis Rivas, Centro de InvestigacionesBiológicas (CIB), Madrid, Spain

Dr. Miriam Royo, FundacioParcCientific De Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Prof. Tamas Laskay, University of Lubeck, Germany

Dr. Ricardo Silvestre, University of Minho, Portugal

National Academic Collaborator:

Dr. Bhaskar Saha, NCCS, Pune, India

International Industrial Collaborator: – Dr. Geert Mudde, CEO, OncoQR ML GmbH, Austria

Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary;University of Calcutta, India Dr. Arup Sarkar is acting as a Co-investigator in a Indo-Hungarian project collaborating with other international and national organizationInternational Academic Collaborator:Prof. AtillaMocsai, Semmelweis University, Budapest, HungaryNational Academic Collaborator:

Dr. Biswanath Maity, Ramalingaswamy Fellow, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India (Acting as Principal Investigator for Indian side in the project)

Dr. Bharat Bhusan Patnaik

International

Organization Faculty Member & case of involvement.
Chonnam National University, 77, Yongbong-ro, Buk-gu, Gwangju, South Korea- 500757 Prof. Han, Yeon SooProfessor and Head, Institute of Environmentally-Friendly Agriculture, School of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South KoreaConsultancy Project: Tenebrio molitor genome sequencing, Elucidation of innate immunity pathway genes and host-pathogen interactions
Soonchunhyang University22, Soonchunghyangro, Shinchang-myeon, Asan City, South Korea Prof. Lee, Yong SeokAssistant Professor, Bioinformatics Group, Department of Life Science and Biotechnology, School of Natural Sciences, Soonchunhyang University, Asan, South KoreaConsultancy Project: DNA and RNA Sequencing of endangered and endemic invertebrates of Korea
Soonchunhyang University22, Soonchunghyangro, Shinchang-myeon, Asan City, South Korea Prof. Han, Man-DeukAssociate Professor & Head-Industry Cooperation and Linkage, Microbial Physiology Group, Department of Life Science and Biotechnology, Soonchunhyang University, Asan, South KoreaConsultancy Project: Isolation and Biophysical characterization of bioactive compounds from herbs and mushrooms, Bacterial community dynamics in traditional food.

National

Organization Faculty Member & case of involvement.
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA), Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar, Odisha Dr. Jyotirmaya MohantyPrincipal Scientist, Biotechnology Division, Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA), Bhubaneswar, OdishaExtramural Project Partner: Development of a RNA-interference based gene-silencing approach in Macrobrachium rosenbergii. (DBT, GoI Project)
Asian Institute of Public Health (AIPH), Bhubaneswar- 751002 Dr. Bijay Kumar PadhiCentre for Environmental and Occupational Health, Asian Institute of Public Health (AIPH), Bhubaneswar- 751002, OdishaExtramural Project Partner: Development of an Online Digital Library with community participation for the documentation of ethno-economic plants of Odisha State (NRDMS, DST, GoI Project)