Dr. Sandeep  K. Malhotra

Dr. Sandeep K. Malhotra

Professor
University of Allahabad, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Parasitology from University of Garhwal, India

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Biography

Dr. Sandeep K. Malhotra is currently working as Professor at University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Environmental Parasitology from University of Garhwal, India. He is having 40 years teaching and research experience. He successfully completed 15 research projects funded by International & National Funding Agencies. Dr. Sandeep received number of honors includes Golden Globe Award. 2014- International Society for Biodiversity Conservation, Gold Medal Award, RTCCRB. 2012 International Conference on Recent Trends in Climate Change Researches vis-a-vis Biodiversity, Recognition Award & Gold Medal from Zoological Society of India, Dr. B.P. Pandey Memorial Oration Award, 2006-IICB, XVIIth National Congress of Parasitology, Kolkata, Awarded Gold Medal for best research paper presentation on Hydrobiology and Pollution at Jamshedpur Symposium, Awarded Young Scientist Gold Medal, and many others. He also invited as Judge at International Estuary Conference, San Francisco, USA, and International Conference World Aqua, Nashville US, and Guest Speaker at West African Research and Innovation Management Association (WARIMA) and Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), Ghana. He is member of Australian Society for Parasitology, Australia, Japanese Society of Parasitology, Japan, Indian Science News Association, India, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, UK, and life member of Indian Science Congress Association, India, Zoological Society of India, Indian Society for Parasitology, India, Indian Academy of Parasitology, India, Academy of Biosciences, India, Helminthological Society of India, and fellow of Helminthological Society of India. He also attended 101 national and international conferences and performed many presentations. He supervised 16 students, and 15 awarded D.Phil. Degree under his supervision. He has published 9 books, review 5 papers, 59 research papers in books, 54 research papers in international journals, 111 research papers in national journals, 210 communications, 16 popular articles contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Environmental Parasitology
62%
Platyhelminthes
90%
Bioinvasion
75%
Molecular Taxonomy
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Jaiswal, N., S.K. Upadhyay, A. Malhotra, C.K. Blend, N.O. Dronen and S.K. Malhotra, 2014. A new species of Neolebouria Gibson, 1976 (Opecoelidae: Plagioporinae) from the whitecheek monocle bream, Scolopsis vosmeri (Perciformes: Nemipteridae), from the Panjim coast at Goa, with a checklist of parasites previously reported from this fish. Zootaxa, 3802: 98-108.
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  2. Jaiswal, N., S.K. Upadhyay, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2014. Ecological morphotaxometry of trematodes of garfish (Teleostomi: Belonidae) from Gangetic riverine ecosystem in India. III. Principal component analysis in the dynamics of Cephalogonimus yamunii (Upadhyay, Jaiswal, Malhotra and Malhotra, 2012). J. Parasitic Dis., 38: 153-162.
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  3. Jaiswal, N., A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2014. Bioinvasion: A paradigm shift from marine to inland ecosystems. J. Parasitic Dis. 10.1007/s12639-014-0506-7.
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  4. Dronen, N.O., C.K. Blend, M.C.O. de Nunez, S.K. Malhotra and N. Jaiswal, 2014. Keys to the species of Neolebouria Gibson, 1976 (Digenea: Opecoelidae: Plagioporinae), with a redescription of Neolebouria truncate (Linton, 1940). Syst. Parasitol., 88: 213-225.
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  5. Upadhyay, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2013. Ecological morphotaxometry of trematodes of garfish (Teleostomi: Belonidae) from Gangetic riverine ecosystem in India. II. Correlation of seasonality and host biology with distribution pattern of Cephalogonimus yamunii n. sp. J. Parasitic Dis., 37: 211-217.
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  6. Upadhyay, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2013. Ecological morphotaxometry of trematodes of garfish (Teleostomi: Belonidae) from Gangetic riverine ecosystem in India. I. Morphology and taxometric assessment of Cephalogonimus yamunii n.sp. J. Parasitic Dis., 39: 218-224.
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  7. Jaiswal, N., S.K. Upadhyay, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2013. Multifactorial Etiology of Infections by Larvae of Eustrongylides tubifex (Nematoda:Dioctophymidae) in Silver Whiting of the Central West Coast of India at Goa. Asian J. Biol. Sci., 6: 21-39.
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  8. Malhotra, A., N. Jaiswal, A.K. Malakar, M.S. Verma and H.R. Singh et al., 2012. The morphology and genetic characterization of Iheringascaris goai n. sp.(Nematoda: Raphidascarididae) from the intestine of the silver whiting and spotted catfish off the central west coast of India. J. Helminthol., 86: 353-362.
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  9. Malhotra, A., N. Jaiswal, H.R. Singh, V.N. Capoor and S.K. Malhotra, 2011. Taxometric analysis of helminthes of marine fishes. 1. Pedunculacetabulum spinatum n.sp., from Chorinemus mandetta and Wenyonia rhincodonti n.sp., from Rhincodon typus. J. Parasitic Dis., 35: 222-229.
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  10. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra, S.K. Upadhyay, V.N. Capoor and S.K. Malhotra, 2011. Application of numerical taxonomy for morphological and taxometric substantiation of cystidicolid nematode, Ascarophis alatae n.sp. from Indian eel. Proc. Zool. Soc. India, 1: 45-50.

  11. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra, S.K. Upadhyay, V.N. Capoor and S.K. Malhotra, 2011. Application of numerical taxonomy for morphological and taxometric substantiation of cystidicolid nematode, Ascarophis alatae n.sp. from Indian eel. Proc. Zool. Soc. India, 14: 45-50.

  12. Jaiswal, N., A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2011. Information infrastructure in biodiversity assessment. Proc. Zool. Soc. India, 14: 17-24.

  13. Jaiswal, N., A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2010. Predictative hypothesis for parasite disease outbreaks of Anisakid nematodes. Scient. Temper, 1: 127-130.

  14. Upadhyay, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. An aspidoderid roundworm Pseudospidodera cordinae n.sp. from rodents at Allahabad. Indian J. Helminth (N.S.), 27: 67-72.

  15. Upadhyay, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. An aspidoderid round worm, Pseudaspidodera cordinae sp. n. from rodents at Allahabad. Indian J. Helminth (N. S.), 27: 89-94.
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  16. Malhotra, A., N. Jaiswal, S.K. Upadhyay, S. Kumar and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Parasite stress response in zoonoses of Cephalogonimus sp. Indian J. Helminth (N.S.), 27: 73-80.

  17. Malhotra A., N. Jaiswal, S. Upadhyay, S. Kumar and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Parasite stress response in zoonoses of Cephalogonimus sp. Indian J. Helminth., 27: 73-80.

  18. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Biochemical variants amongst strongylurinae and heterakinae and differentiation vis-a-vis tapeworms. Indian J. Helminth (N.S.), 27: 17-22.

  19. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Biochemical variants amongst Strongylurinae and Heterakinae and differentiation vis-a-vis tapeworms. Indian J. Helminth., 27: 17-22.

  20. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Avian roundworms from the Gangetic plains. I. Oxynema allahabadensis sp. n. from Coturnix coturnix. Indian J. Helminth., 27: 67-72.

  21. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2009. Avian roundworm from the gangetic plain Oxynema allahabadensis n.sp. from Cotournix cotournix. Indian J. Helminth (N.S.), 27: 89-94.

  22. Malhotra, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and K. Sunil, 2007. Villagers sensitized at scientists-farmers interface to integrated giant freshwater prawn-fish production in Uttar Pradesh. Fish. Chim., 27: 13-16.

  23. Malhotra, S.K., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra and K. Sunil, 2007. Villagers sensitized at scientists-farmers interface to integrated giant freshwater prawn-fish production in Uttar Pradesh. Fish. Chim., 27: 13-16.

  24. Kumar, S., N. Jaiswal, A. Malhotra, S.K. Malhotra and V.N. Capoor, 2007. Taxometric assessment of organisms in ichthyoparasitology of an Indian sub-humid region. III. Cestodes. Polyonchobothrium yamunica n.sp. from Mastacembelus armatus at Allahabad (U.P.). Natl. J. Life Sci., 4: 19-22.

  25. Jaiswal, N., A. Malhotra and S.K. Malhotra, 2007. Distribution and abundance relationship in infracommunities of proteocephalid tapeworms infesting sharks of Arabian Sea at Goa. Proc. Zool. Soc. India, 10: 58-63.

  26. Geetanjali, S. Banerjee and S.K. Malhotra, 2005. Ecological distribution of Eustrongylides spp. in garhwal Himalayas and gangetic plains in India. Proc. Parasitol., 38: 22-48.

  27. Geetanjali, S.C. and S.K. Malhotra, 2004. Pathological indicators of environmental quality and environmental risk assessment. Univ. Alld. Stud., 3: 46-52.

  28. Geetanjali, S.N. Yadav and S.K. Malhotra, 2003. Taxometric assessment of organisms in ichthyoparasitology of an Indian sub-humid region. II.-Cestodes Senga rostellata n.sp. Proc. Parasitol., 36: 33-39.

  29. Geetanjali, S.N. Yadav and S.K. Malhotra, 2003. Taxometric assessment of organisms in ichthyoparasitology of an Indian sub-humid region. I.-Cestodes Polyonchobothrium humidii n.sp. Proc. Parasitol., 36: 13-17.

  30. Geetanjali, N. Jaiswal, B.M. Yadav, A. Mishra and S.K. Malhotra, 2003. Synergistic effect of fluoridation and parasitization inducing cranial deformity in hatchery-bred Labeo rohita at Allahabad. Univ. Allahabad Stud. (N. Millennium Ser.), 2: 11-14.

  31. Malhotra, S.K., V.N. Capoor, Geetanjali and M. Anas, 2002. Phylogeny of tapeworms revisited. Univ. Allahabad Stud. (N. Millennium Ser.), 1: 13-24.

  32. Malhotra, S.K., Geetanjali and S. Chatterjee, 2002. The dogma of black spot disease in Garhwal Himalayas and freshwater ecosystems of Gangetic plains-Will the fish managers wake up? Univ. Allahabad Stud. (N. Millennium Ser.), 1: 45-56.

  33. Geetanjali, S.K. Malhotra, F. Fatima and B.M. Yadav, 2002. Nematode fauna of amphibian hosts of the Indian subhumid ecosystem. I. Neyraplectana multipapillata n.sp. from Rana tigrina. Proc. Parasitol., 33: 57-64.

  34. Geetanjali, S.K. Malhotra, A. Malhotra, Z. Ansari and A. Chatterji, 2002. Role of nematodes as bioindicators in marine and freshwater habitats. Curr. Sci., 82: 505-507.
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  35. Geetanjali, S.K. Malhotra and B.M. Yadav, 2002. Nematodes of a subhumid region. 1. Pharyngodon lacertili n.sp. parasitizing an Indian lizard Hemidactylus flaviviridis. Indian J. Helminth, 20: 29-34.

  36. Tiwari, A., S. Mishra and S.K. Malhotra, 2001. Bioecology of nematodes in soil.... phytonematodes of fruit crops. I. Hoplolaimus johani n. sp. and H. caudifurcata n. sp. in soil of Allahabad university campus. Exp. Pathol. Parasitol., 4: 8-19.

  37. Geetanjali, S.K. Malhotra and A. Malhotra, 2001. Bone mass and growth rate alterations in fresh water fishes due to fluoridation and parasitization. Proc. Parasitol., 32: 41-46.

  38. Anas, M., S.K. Malhotra and V.N. Capoor, 2001. Maturity status and seasonality of Raillietina (Raillietina) permista (Southwell and Lake) infesting poultry of an Indian sub-humid region. Exp. Pathol. Parasitol., 4: 13-20.