Ms. Jeyavani Jeyaraj | Bioremediation and Toxicity | Best Researcher AwardūüŹÜ

Alagappa University, India

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Jeyavani Jeyaraj embarked on her academic journey with an insatiable curiosity and a passion for environmental sciences. Graduating with distinction, she pursued a Bachelor's degree in Zoology, where she secured the second rank, showcasing her early dedication to academic excellence. This commitment continued through her Master's program, where she emerged as the First Rank Holder, demonstrating not only her academic prowess but also her leadership qualities and commitment to her field.

Professional Endeavors:

Her professional journey has been marked by a series of enriching experiences, including a prestigious research internship under the mentorship of Professor Ken-Lin Chang at the Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Sun Yat-Sen University in Taiwan. This experience broadened her horizons and provided her with invaluable insights into global environmental challenges and innovative solutions.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Throughout her career, She has been deeply committed to researching environmentally relevant aspects, particularly focusing on the removal and conversion of organic emerging pollutants. Her research endeavors aim to develop eco-friendly approaches for the removal of pollutants and the conversion of harmful substances into valuable products, such as fuel. With a strong background in microbiology and environmental biology, coupled with her hands-on laboratory experience, she has made significant contributions to the field of bioremediation and toxicity.

Accolades and Recognition:

Her dedication and contributions to her field have not gone unnoticed. A testament to her commitment to excellence and her impactful research efforts. Additionally, her impressive publication record, including numerous first-author publications in esteemed journals, underscores her expertise and influence in her field.

Impact and Influence:

Her research has made a tangible impact on environmental science, particularly in the realm of pollution control and remediation. Her work on the biochemical, genotoxic, and histological implications of microplastics on freshwater fish has shed light on the ecological consequences of plastic pollution, contributing to the broader conversation on environmental sustainability.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As She continues her Ph.D. journey, she remains steadfast in her commitment to serving society through her extensive research and knowledge background. With her strong technical skills, adaptability, and enthusiasm for learning innovative techniques, she is poised to make even greater strides in her field. Her legacy lies not only in her impressive academic achievements but also in her dedication to addressing pressing environmental challenges and shaping a more sustainable future for generations to come.


A total of  247 citations for her publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of her research within the academic community.

  • Citations¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬† 247
  • h-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 9
  • i10-index¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†9

Notable Publications 

Response of hepatic biochemical parameters and neurotoxicity to carbamazepine and ibuprofen in Oreochromis mossambicus

Bacterial screening in Indian coastal regions for efficient polypropylene microplastics biodegradation

State of the Art of Multiple Vitellogenin System in Fishes

Synthesis and characterization of cry protein coated zinc oxide nanocomposites and its assessment against bacterial biofilm and mosquito vectors

Fish Lectins as Molecular Markers

A review on aquatic impacts of microplastics and its bioremediation aspects

Toxicity evaluation of polypropylene microplastic on marine microcrustacean Artemia salina: An analysis of implications and vulnerability

Phytotherapy and combined nanoformulations as a promising disease management in aquaculture: A review

Dietary consumption of polypropylene microplastics alter the biochemical parameters and histological response in freshwater benthic mollusc Pomacea paludosa

Ingestion and impacts of water-borne polypropylene microplastics on Daphnia similis


Jeyavani Jeyaraj | Bioremediation and Toxicity | Best Researcher Award

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