University of Delhi

Department of Zoology

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Prof. Rup Lal was awarded Prof. B.N. Johri Award on Microbial diversity (Biannual) by the Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI) for the year 2016 (see some of the moments that were captured by his daughters during the ceremony).

Prof Rup Lal was awarded American Society for Microbiology ( ASM) Moselio Schaechter Distniguished Service Award by the American Society for Microbiology for the year 2016. This award, named in honor of Professor Moselio Schaechter, former ASM President (also in the picture), honors an ASM member who has shown exemplary leadership and commitment towards the substantial furthering of the profession of microbiology in research, education or technology. This award was conferred to Prof. Rup Lal on June 18th in the ceremony during ASM General Meeting -ASM Microbe 2016 , at Boston, Massachusetts. (see some of the moments that were captured by his daughters during the ceremony).

 

 

Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI) 2014

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Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore

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Prof. Rup Lal being awarded with Prof. S. R. Vyas Memorial Award at AMI-2014 at Coimbatore

Aeshna Nigam (Prof. Rup Lal's student) being awarded with AMI Young Scientist Award in the field of Molecular Biology at AMI-2014

Prof. Rup Lal's Team organizing ASMs (American Society for Microbiology) workshop at AMI-2014.

Prof. Rup Lal's team after his felicitation with Prof. S. R. Vyas Memorial Award.

 

**Best Poster Award in the field of Medical Microbiology to Vipin Gupta (Student):

Effects of DOTS regiments on gut microbiota of TB patient of Indian cohort: an insight to microbial interaction with disease and antibiotics

(Vipin Gupta, Abhijit Maji, Richa Misra, Anukriti Sharma, Nitish Kumar Mahato, Utkarsh Sood, Princy Hira,, Eshan Sharma, Mallikarjun Shakarad, J.P. Khurana, Rup Lal and Y. Singh)

**Best Poster Award in the field of Microbial Diversity to Pooja Rani (Student):

Taxonomical characterization of Sphingopyxis sp. nov. R11H, isolated from hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) contaminated soil.

(Pooja Rani, Helianthous Verma and Rup Lal)