Designation: Assistant Professor Contact Address: School of Public Health & Zoonoses, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana -141004 Punjab (India) Telephone : 0161-2414009 Mobile: +91-9501804499(R) Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
B.V.Sc.& A.H. (Gold Medalist)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Public Health)(Gold Medalist)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Public Health)
Teaching and Other Appointments
Involved in Teaching Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students of the Department. Teaching area: • Meat and Milk Hygiene • Zoonotic diseases • Foodborne infections and intoxications • Molecular epidemiology
Area of Research Interests
Research Interest includes Bacterial and Viral Zoonoses, Food safety and Molecular epidemiology of bacterial and viral food borne diseases.
Research Honour’s /Awards
University Gold medalist (PAU; 2004) and Merit Certificate in B. V. Sc. & A.H.
Best Student Award and Gold Medal(2006) in M.V.Sc.(VPH) from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izzatnagar
“Dr. V.N.Bachhil Young Scientist Award (2006)”for research work on listeriosis
Junior Research Fellowship(2004-2006) awarded by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi, India
Senior Research Fellowship(2006-2008) awarded by Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izzatnagar, India for pursuance of Ph.D in Veterinary Public Health
Young scientist travel grant award by CSIR and DST to present paper in 16th International Symposium on Problems of listeriosis in 2007 in Georgia, USA
“ICP 2013 Travel Scholarship Award” amounting to AUD $2000 by the “Victorian State Government (Australia)” to present research paper at the 27th Congress of the International Pediatrics Association at Melbourne in 2013.
Dr. S.P. Singh Best Paper Award conferred by Indian Association of Veterinary Public Health Specialistsin 2013
Five Best paper presentation awards for the research papers presented at various national and international conferences in India
Award of Honour by Vets Club, Ludhiana on World Veterinary Day 2016
Acquired three months advanced foreign training at CSIRO Land and Water Flagship, Australia on Advanced Molecular Diagnostic Assays on Enteric viruses
Laximan S, Kaur S, AulakhR. S. and Gill J.P.S. 2016. Molecular characterization of Listeria monocytogenes in bovine milk and evaluating the sensitivity of PCR for direct detection in milk. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 86 (5): 512-517.
Sran M.K, Kaur S, Singh R and GillJ.P.S. 2015. Molecular characterization of Listeria monocytogenes isolated from swab samples from small scale butchers in Punjab, India. J. Vet. Pub. Hlth
Kaur S, Bhilegaonkar, K.N., Agarwal R.K., Dubal Z.B., Lokesh K.M. and Rawat, S. 2013. Quantitative detection of Group A rotavirus in humans and animals by real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. J. Vet. Pub. Hlth. 11:1-6
Kaur, S., Malik S.V.S., Bhilegaonkar, K. N., Vaidya, V.M. and Barbuddhe, S.B. 2010. Use of phospholipase- C assay, in vivo pathogenicity assays and PCR in assessing the virulence of Listeria spp. Vet. J., 184(3): 366-370.
Kaur, S., Malik S.V.S., Vaidya, V.M. and Barbuddhe, S.B.2007. Listeria monocytogenes in spontaneous abortions in humans and its detection by multiplex PCR. J. Appl. Microbiol., 103: 1889-1896.