09/25/2019 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/25/2019 14:03
Sept. 25, 2019
CONTACT: Dr. Nabarun Ghosh, 806-651-2571, [email protected]
COPY BY: Brad Newman, 806-290-1979, [email protected]
CANYON, Texas- A West Texas A&M University biology professor has traveled the globe this year, presenting lectures and receiving awards in his field.
Dr. Nabarun Ghosh, professor of biology and adviser for biology education at WT, has shared his research in Thailand, India, San Francisco and Tucson, Ariz.
Ghosh's research paper, 'A New Development in the Air-Purifier Industry Involving Bi-Polar Nanotechnology,' was presented at the 63rd International Conference on Medical and Health Sciences IRES International Conference in June in Bangkok, Thailand. WT graduate students Shaily Gowal and Aubrey Howard, students also collaborated on the paper. Ghosh received the Best Paper Presentation Award and Best Content at the conference.
Also in June, Ghosh delivered a lecture titled 'Recent Applications of Biotechnology and Biomedical Engineering in Improving the Air Quality and Medicine,' at Science City in Kolkata, India. It was attended by about 1,200 high school students and professional scientists. The presentation focused on the research on global air quality and remedies, Ghosh said.
Howard led a presentation with Ghosh at the International Conference of the Botanical Society of America in Tucson from July 26 to 31. Howard's research concerns allergy and asthma in the Texas Panhandle.
Ghosh in February presented a research paper at the International Conference of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology' in San Francisco.
Ghosh said he is grateful for the opportunity to represent WT in these prestigious scientific venues, showcasing the university's strong academic and research capabilities.
'The best thing about working at West Texas A&M University is that it allows excellent interaction between the teacher and the taught,' Dr. Ghosh said. 'West Texas A&M University offers an excellent environment of teaching and research in the Texas Panhandle. It embraces students from all over the world and encourages students to be prepared for the future.'
For more information, contact Ghosh at 806-651-2571 or [email protected].