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National Academy of Vector Borne Diseases
(Regd. No. 19767 of 1994-95 under Society Registration Act XXI of 1860)
Regional Medical Research Center, Bhubaneswar -751023, Orissa, India
 
 
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1. National Academy of Vector Borne Diseases Awards
There are Two awards (a medal and a citation) for the outstanding contributions in the field of Vector Borne Diseases, one for work related to Environmental  aspects and other on Molecular Biology.

2. Best Poster Presentation Awards
During Annual meeting/Symposium of the Academy Best Poster Presentation awards are given in two categories.
(1) Senior scientists (35 years and above): Three awards
(2) Junior scientists (below 35 years): Three awards

3. Vestergaard Frandsen Award

“Vestergaard Frandsen Award” consisting of a cash award of Rs 200,000(two lakh) is to be given to active researchers who are nationals of any SAARC member country and have contributed significantly in the fields of understanding the mechanism of insecticide resistance, vector bionomics and control. The cost of travel and other expenses of the recipient and the medallion will be borne by Vestergaard Frandsen.

4. Bayer Environmental Science
"Bayer Environmental Science" has initiated the above award consisting of Rs 100,000 (one lakh) in cash to be given to a well established scientist having working experience in India and who has made an outstanding contribution in any field of vector borne diseases preferably in the vector/disease management aspect. In exceptional cases, Indian nationals working abroad or foreign scientists may also be considered for the award provided their work has made significant contribution in the understanding and control of vector borne disease in India. The award is open in all fields of science related to vectors and vector borne diseases. The cost of travel and other expenses of the recipient and medallion will be borne by the Bayer Environmental Science.

5. Biotech International Award
 This award bears of Rs 100,000 (One lakh) in cash sponsored by Biotech International Ltd for 2008 and is to be given to a scientist having working experience in India and must have made outstanding contribution in any field of vector borne diseases preferably in the vector/disease management aspect.

6. Godrej Saralee Award:
M/S Godrej Saralee has declared an award named Godrej Saralee Award for 2009, which is to be presented during annual X International/National Symposium organized by the Academy for excellence in research on personal protection
from Mosquitoes. The Award includes a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh and a citation

Note: Any dispute in the selection of awards would be subjected to the jurisdiction in Bhubaneswar, Orissa-headquarter of the Academy.

Awardees

1. National Academy of Vector Borne Diseases Awards
1. Dr (Mrs) Shobbna Sharma, TIFR, Mumbai: Molecular Biology, 1995
2. Dr (Mrs) Sarala K Subbarao, MRC, New Delhi: Environmental Aspects, 1995
3. Dr V S Chauhan ,ICGEB,New Delhi : Molecular Biology,1998
4. Dr V K Dua , MRC, New Delhi  : Environmental Aspects, 1998
5. Prof Y D Sharma, AIIMS, New Delhi: Molecular Biology, 2001
6. Dr T Adak, MRC, New Delhi: Environmental Aspects, 2001
7. Dr Chetan Chitnis , ICGEB, New Delhi: Molecular Biology, 2004
8. Dr Neeru Singh, MRC (Field Unit), Jabalpur: Environmental Aspects, 2004
9. Dr Hema Joshi, NIMR, New Delhi: Molecular Biology, 2008
10. Dr S K Sharma, NIMR (Field Unit), Rourkela: Environmental Aspects, 2008
11. Dr (Mrs)Ekta Gupta, Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi : Clinical Research,2008
12.Dr B N Nagpal, NIMR, New Delhi: Environmental Aspects, 2009

2. Best Poster Presentation Awards
Junior (Students)

  1. Manoj Chug, Rhotak University, 1st
  2. Gauri Awashthi ,NIMR, New Delhi,2nd
  3. Prasant Mallik,NIMR,New Delhi,3rd
  4. Sharmila Pahwa,NIMR,New Dehi,3rd
  5. Lokesh Chandra Mishra,Delhi University, Consolation

Senior (Scientists)

  1. Dr Arun Sharma, NIMR, New Delhi,1st
  2. Dr Madhuchhanda Mohanty, NIRRR,Mumbai,2nd
  3. Dr Rajashree Mohapatra, RMRC, Bhbaneswar,3rd
  4. Dr Suman Mohanty, Agra University, Consolation

3. Vestergaard Frandsen Award for Vector Control

1. Dr Jambu Lingam,Director VCRC, Pondicherry ,2008
2. Dr(Mrs) MDB Perera, RMO, Anti Malaria Campaign, Sri Lanka ,2009

4.Bayer Environmental Science Award
1.Dr DT Mayura, Senior Deputy Director, MCC, Pune  2008
2. Dr. Neena Valecha, Senior Deputy Director,NIMR, New Delhi, 2009
5. Biotech International Award

1. Dr M A Ansari, Director, RMRC for Tribals, Jabalpur in 2008

6. Godrej Saralee Award

1.Dr V K Dua, Director, NIMR, New Delhi

   

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