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Dr F.A. Khan

Designation:   I/c Head & Principal Scientist(Parasitology), Animal Health Division (Official e-mail id: ah.cswri@icar.gov.in)
Principal Scientist & I/c(Parasitology), Institute Technology Management Unit

Contact Details:  Division of Animal Health, CSWRI Avikanagar (Post), Malpura (Tehsil), Tonk Dist, Rajasthan 304501

Phone No. : 01437 220142(O), 01437 220172(R)
Mobile No. : 9414452931
Fax No. : 01437 220163
Email Id : fakhan1962@yahoo.com

Academic Background

Degree
Year
University / Institute
B..Sc.
1981
A.M.U. Aligarh
M..Sc
1983
A.M.U. Aligarh
M. Phil
1987
A.M.U. Aligarh
Ph.D.
2001
C.S.S.U. Meerut


Research Experience:


1
Biological control of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep
2
Control of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep through dietary manipulations
3
Epidemiology of gastrointestinal parasites (GIP) of sheep in Rajasthan and anthelmintic resistance
4
Screening of plant extracts for use as anthelmintics


Awards and Professional Affiliations

1.
Awarded UGC Junior Research Fellowship through qualifying National Education Test

Professional Affiliations 

1
Scientist (12.04.1993 to 11.04.2002)
CSWRI, Avikanagar
2
Senior Scientist (12.04.2002 to 31.12.2008)
CSWRI, Avikanagar
3
Principal Scientist (01.01.2009 to continue)
CSWRI, Avikanagar

Best Ten Research Publication’s
 
1
Khan     Singh D. Swarnkar C.P. Khan F.A. Srivastava C.P. and Bhagwan P.S.K. 1997. Epidemiology of ovine gastrointestinal nematodes at an organized farm in Rajasthan, India.
Tropical Small Ruminant Research, 26: 31-37
2
Khan F.A. Sanyal P.K. Swarnkar C.P. Singh D. and Bhagwan P.S.K. 1999. Comparative anthelmintic activity of strategic long-term low-level administration of albendazole in feed pellets compared to single dose of closantel and tetramisole against natural ovine parasitic gastroenteritis.
Animal   Trpical Animal Health and Production, 31: 193-204.
 
3
Khan F.A. Sanyal P.K. Swarnkar C.P. Singh D. Bhagwan P.S.K. and Sharma R.C. 2001. Strategic use of different anthelmintic regimens in an organized sheep farm.
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 15: 29- 33
4
Khan F.A. Swarnkar C.P. Singh D. Bhagwan P.S.K. and Dubey S.C. 2001. Nematophagus fungi isolated from sheep faeces: a promising biological control of Haemonchus contortus.
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 71: 834-836.
 
5
Khan F.A. Swarnkar C.P. Singh D. Bhagwan P.S.K. and Dubey S.C. 2002. Predacious activity of Duddingtonia flagrans against Haemonchus contortus larvae in faeces after passage through the gastrointestinal tract of sheep.
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 72: 559-560.
 
6
Khan F. A. Singh D. Swarnkar, C. P. Tiwari R. and Tiwari J. 2008. Screening of sheep faeces for isolating nematophagous fungi.
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 78: 954-956.
7
Khan F. A. Singh D. Swarnkar C. P. Tiwari R. and Tiwari J. 2009.  Biological control of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep in Rajasthan state (India): Screening of nematophagous fungi locally isolated from fresh faeces of sheep. 
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 79: 9-11.
8
Khan F. A. 2011. Isolation of nematophagous fungus, Arthrobotrys oligospora from buffalo and its evaluation as biological control agent of gastrointestinal nematode, Haemonchus contortus in sheep in Rajasthan.
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 25: 165-167.
9
Khan F. A. Sahoo A. Dhakad S. Pareek A. K. and Karim. S. A. 2011.Effect of trickle infection with Haemonchus contortus on pathophysiology and metabolic responses in growing lambs.
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 81: 1005-1009.
10
F.A. Khan, A. Sahoo, G.G. Sonawane, S.A. Karim, S. Dhakad, A.K. Pareek and B.N. Tripathi. 2012. Effect of dietary protein on responses of lambs to repeated Haemonchus contortus infection.
Livestock Science, 150:143-151.



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