CIFT

Staff Details

Quality assurance & management / Scientist

Dr. Nagalakshmi K 7738295554 nagalakshmicift@gmail.com

  

Area of Research
  • Seafood quality and safety
  • Fish products authentication
Education
  • Ph.D. (Post-harvest Technology), Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai
  • M.F.Sc. (Post-harvest Technology), Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai
  • B.F.Sc. (Fisheries Science), Fisheries College & Research Institute, Tuticorin
Current projects
  • Food safety hazards of fish and fishery products: Assessment and mitigation measures
  • Development of active and intelligent packaging system for fish and shellfishes
  • Technological intervention for enhancing utilization of secondary raw materials of aquatic origin
Awards and recognitions
  • Best Ph.D. research of the year 2015- CIFE Institutional annual award
  • Dr. C.V.Kulkarni gold medal endowment (national) awardfor ‘Best Ph.D. research of the year 2015’
  • Dr.C.V.KulkarniGold medal award for ‘Overall topper of  M.F.Sc. batch (2006-08)’
  • Dr.HiralalChaudhuryGold medal award for ‘M.F.Sc. Topper of PHT Division (2006-08)’
  • University Gold medal for ‘Best girl student of B.F.Sc’
Publications (Best 5 publications)
  • Kannuchamy N, Pavan-Kumar A, Gudipati V, Gireesh-Babu P and Lakra W.S. 2016. Seafood mislabeling in India: an investigation using DNA barcoding. Food control. 59:196-200
  • Singh C B,Kumari N,Senapati S R, Lekshmi M,NagalakshmiK, Balange, Chouksey, VenkateshwarluG and Xavier M. 2016. Sous vide processed ready-to-cook seerfish steaks: Processoptimization by response surface methodology and its quality evaluation. LWT - Food Science and Technology. 74: 62-69
  • Thaker M, Gudipati V and Kannuchamy N.2017. Protective edible coatings for fish in refrigerated storage. Journal of food process engineering. 40(1):1-10
    Xavier M, Kim H &Nagalakshmi. 2017.Functionality of
  • chitosan in batter formulations for coating of fish sticks: Effect on physicochemical quality. Carbohydrate Polymers. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbpol.2017.04.041
  • Dhanabalan V, Xavier M, Kannuchamy N, KurukkanK A, Singh C B&Balange A.2017. Effect of processing conditions on degree of hydrolysis, ACE inhibition, and antioxidant activities of protein hydrolysate from Acetesindicus. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. DOI 10.1007/s11356-017-9671-4
 

 


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