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Gadvasu

Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University
ਗੁਰੂ ਅੰਗਦ ਦੇਵ ਵੈਟਨਰੀ ਐਂਡ ਐਨੀਮਲ ਸਾਇੰਸਜ਼ ਯੂਨੀਵਰਸਿਟੀ

ADMISSION 2019-20
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College of Veterinary Science

Centre of one Health
CENTRE-OF-ONE-HEALTH
Research papers : 300
Extension articles : 150
Books/Manuals/book : 30
Status papers/chapters in books : 42


Research Publications (2019-21) Above NAAS >8.0

1. JS Bedi, Pankaj Dhaka,Deephi Vijay, JPS Gill and SB Barbudhay (2021) Emergency preparedness forpublic health threats, surveillance, modeling and forecasting. The IndianJournal of Medical Research 153(3):287-298DOI: 10.4103/ijmr.IJMR_653_21.

2.  Hannah R. Holt, MSc;Jasbir Singh Bedi, Paviter Kaur, Punam Mangtani, Narinder Singh Sharma,Jatinder Paul Singh Gill, Yogeshwar Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Manmeet Kaur, JohnMcGiven, Javier Guitian (2021) Epidemiology of brucellosis in cattle and dairyfarmers of rural Ludhiana, Punjab. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases15(3):e0009102 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0009102

3.   Anil Patyal, Jatinder PaulSingh Gill, Jasbir Singh Bedi and Rabinder Singh Aulak (2021) Assessment ofaflatoxin contamination in dairy animal concentratefeed from Punjab,IndiaEnvironmental Science and PollutionResearchhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-13321-x.

4.  Simranjot Kaur, Jasbir SinghBedi, Pankaj Dhaka, Deepthi Vijay and Rabinder Singh Aulakh (2021) Exposureassessment and risk characterization of Aflatoxin M1 through consumption ofmarket milk and milk products in Ludhiana, Punjab. Food Control 126(9):107991

5.   Vijay, D., Bedi, J.S.,Dhaka, P., Singh, R., Singh, J., Arora, A.K. and Gill, J.P.S. 2021. Knowledge,Attitude, and Practices (KAP) Survey among Veterinarians, and Risk FactorsRelating to Antimicrobial Use and Treatment Failure in Dairy Herds of India.Antibiotics 2021, 10, 216. https://doi.org/10.3390/antibiotics10020216.

6.  Prateek Jindal, Jasbir SBedi, Randhir Singh, RS Aulakh and Jatinder Gill  (2021) Epidemiological assessment ofantibiotic residues in dairy farm milk and farm waste and water in northernIndia. Environmental Science and Pollution Research DOI:10.1007/s11356-020-12057-4.

7.  Prateek Jindal, Jasbir SBedi, Randhir Singh, RS Aulakh and Jatinder Gill (2021) Phenotypic andgenotypic antimicrobial resistance patterns of Escherichia coli and Klebsiellaisolated from dairy farm milk, farm slurry and water in Punjab, India. February2021 Environmental Science and Pollution Research DOI:10.1007/s11356-021-12514.

8.  Jasbir Singh Bedi, PankajDhaka, Deepthi Vijay, Rabinder Singh Aulakh, Jatinder Paul Singh Gill (2020) Assessment of Air Quality Changes in theFour Metropolitan Cities of India during COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown. Aerosoland Air Quality Research, 20: 2062–2070, https://doi.org/10.4209/aaqr.2020.05.0209.

9.  Navneet Dhand, JaswinderSingh, Harmandeep S. B.B. Singh, et al.(2021) The feasibility and acceptabilityof various bovine brucellosis control strategies in India. January 2021Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 2021 Apr;189:105291.

10. Jaswinder Singh, Balbir B.Singh, Harish Kumar Tiwari, Harmandeep Singh Josan,Nidhi Jaswal, ManmeetKaur,Polychronis Kostoulas , Mehar Singh Khatkar, Rabinder Singh Aulakh,Jatinder Paul Singh Gill and Navneet K. Dhand. Using Dairy Value Chains toIdentify Production Constraints and Biosecurity Risks. Animals 2020, 10(12),2332; https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10122332 

11.  Singh, B.B., Lowerison, M.,Lewinson, R.T., Vallerand, I.A., Deardon, R., Gill, J.P., Singh, B. andBarkema, H.W., 2020. Public health interventions slowed but did not halt thespread of COVID?19 inIndia. Transboundary and emerging diseases.

12.  Dhaka, P., Malik, S.V.S., Yadav, J.P., Kumar,M., Barbuddhe, S.B. and Rawool, D.B., 2020. Apparent prevalence and riskfactors of coxiellosis (Q fever) among dairy herds in India. PloSone, 15(9), p.e0239260.

13.  Sahu, R., Rawool, D.B., Dhaka, P., Yadav,J.P., Mishra, S.P., Kumar, M., Vergis, J., Malik, S.S. and Barbuddhe, S.B.,2020. Current perspectives on the occurrence of Q fever: highlighting the needfor systematic surveillance for a neglected zoonotic disease in Indiansubcontinent. Environmental Microbiology Reports.

14. Punam Mangtani, Isha Berry, WendyBeauvais, Hannah R. Holt, Amit Kulashri, Satinder Bharti, Vivek Sagar, PatrickNguipdop-Djomo, Jasbir Bedi, et al. (2019) The prevalence and risk factors forhuman Brucella species infection in a cross-sectional survey of a ruralpopulation in Punjab, India. Transactions of the Royal Society of TropicalMedicine and Hygiene 2019 (https://doi.org/10.1093/trstmh/trz133

15. Gill GS, Singh BB, Dhand NK, Aulakh RS, SandhuBS, Ward MP, et al. (2019) Estimation of the incidence of animal rabies inPunjab, India. PLoS ONE 14(9): e0222198.

16. Keshavamurthy R, Singh BB, Kalambhe DG, AulakhRS, Dhand NK. 2019. Prevalence of Coxiella burnetii in cattle and buffalopopulations in Punjab, India. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 166: 16-20.

17. Singh BB, Kaur R, Gill GS, Gill JPS, Soni RK,Aulakh RS. 2019. Knowledge, attitude and practices relating to zoonoticdiseases among livestock farmers in Punjab, India. Acta Tropica, 189: 15-21.

18. Brookes VJ, Gill GS, Singh BB, et al. 2019.Challenges to human rabies elimination highlighted following a rabies outbreakin bovines and a human in Punjab, India. Zoonoses and Public Health,66(3):325-336. doi: 10.1111/zph.12568