Dr. Nibedita Nayak

Scientist (Veterinary Pathology)

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                Address:  Animal Science

                                                                ICAR - CCARI,               

                                                                Old Goa 403 402

                                                                Phone:  832-2284678 Ext. 310

                                                                Fax: 0832-2285649

                                                                Email:  nibedita.nayak@icar.gov.in

 

Academic background:

Ph.D. in Poultry science from Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh (Temporary Dropping)

M.V.Sc. in Poultry science from Madras Veterinary College, TANUVAS, Chennai, Tamil Nadu (2013-2015)

B.V.Sc. & A.H.: College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, O.U.A.T., Bhubaneswar, Odisha (2008-2013)

 

Research interests and current focus

  • Poultry nutrition and biotechnology

  • Poultry  breeding and genetics

  • Avian Health

Membership in professional societies            

1.      Life member of Orissa Veterinary Council, Bhubaneswar

2.      Life member of Indian Poultry Science Association

3.      Life member of the Association of Meat Scientists and Technologists

4.      World Poultry Science Association

 

Awards and honours

  •  Gold-Medalist in B.V. Sc and A.H, OUAT

  • Dr. Natarajan and Tmt. Lakshmi Natarajan Endowment gold medal for the best M.V.Sc student securing highest OGPA in Animal Science subjects for the year 2015

Research Publications

Journals

  • Nayak, N., Rajini, R. A., Ezhilvalavan, S., Kirubaharan, J. J., Sahu, A. R. and Manimaran, K. 2015. Effect of in ovo feeding of arginine and/or tryptophan on hatchability and small intestinal morphology in broiler chicken. Indian Journal of Poultry Science, 50 (1): 18-23.

  • Nayak, N., Rajini, R. A., Ezhilvalavan, S., Sahu, A. R. and Kirubaharan, J. J. 2016. Influence of In-ovo Arginine Feeding on Post-hatch Growth Performance and Economics of Broilers. Journal of Animal Research, 6 (4): 585-591.

  • Nayak, N., Rajini, R. A., Ezhilvalavan, S., Sahu, A. R. and Kirubaharan, J. J. 2015. Comparative effect of arginine and/or tryptophan in ovo feeding on hatchability percentage, growth performance and economic importance of commercial broiler. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 87 (2): 153-158.

  • Akilarasan, S., Rajini, R. A., Meenakshi Sundaram, S., Nayak, N. and Ramamurthy, N. 2017. System of rearing and its effect on fertility and hatchability of White Breasted Pearl guinea fowl. International Journal of Advanced Biological Research, 7 (1): 47-50.

  • Akilarasan, S., Rajini, R. A., Meenakshi Sundaram, S., Nayak, N. and Ramamurthy, N. 2017. Storage period and its effect on hatchability of White Breasted Pearl guinea fowl eggs. International Journal of Livestock Research, 4: 2277-1964

Others

  • Sahu, A. R., Nayak, N., Sahoo, S. P., Sahoo, J. K. And Dixit, S. K. 2016. Strategies for conservation of native germ plasm of sheep and goat. The North-East Veterinarian, XV (4): 28-29.

  •  Sahu, A. R., Kumar, S., Sahu, R. K., Nayak, N. And Jain, S. K. 2016. Strategies for breeding of laboratory animals. International Journal of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, 2 (1): 2455-8567.

  • Sahu, A. R., Nayak, N., Chaudhari, A., Sahu, R. K. And Makwana, M. D. 2017. Application of next generation sequencing in animal genetics. Life Sciences Leaflets, 85: 51-63.

  •  Nayak, N., Bhanja, S. K., Ahmad, S. F., Mehra, M., Goel, A., Sahu, A. R. And Karuppasamy, K. 2016.  Role of epigenetic modifications in improving the thermo-tolerance, growth and immuno-competence in poultry: Current status and future applications. Indian Journal of Poultry Science, 51 (1): 1-9.

  •  Sahu, A. R., Nayak, N., Sahu, R. K., Sahoo, J. K., Kumar, S. And Kumar, A. Application of Metagenomics in Livestock Improvement. International Journal of Livestock Research 7 (8): 30-38

  • .Sahu, A. R., Nayak, N., Panigrahi, M. And Kumar, S. Advances in genomic strategies to improve growth and meat production traits in sheep: An overview. Indian Journal of Small Ruminants, 23(2) 139-147.

NCBI gene sequences:

Madras Red growth hormone receptor protein (GHR) gene- KT757901.