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Hridya VKCountry of origin: India Currently in: India, Thiruvananthapuram General field of specialization: Chemical Sciences
Degrees2016 Doctorate Chemical Sciences
Current Research Activities
Specialized in mangrove’s phytochemistry and pharmacology. Having 10 years of research experience in the field of polymer science, phytochemistry, and geosciences.
Publications resulting from Research:
Hridya VK, M Jayabalan, “Studies on in vitro biostability and blood compatibility of polyurethane potting compound based on aromatic polymeric MDI for extracorporeal devices”, Journal of Material Science: Materials in Medicine (Springer Publications, Netherlands, Impact Factor: 2.587, ISSN: 0957-4530); 20, 2009; S195-S202, www.DOI:10.1007/s10856-008-3515-1.
Hridya VK, Prince. S. Godson, N. Chandrasekar, “Chromatographic identification of two biologically important tri-terpenoids from the chloroform extract of Rhizophora mucronata”, Acta Chromatographica (Publisher: Akademiai Kiado, Poland, ISSN: 1233-2356, Impact Factor: 0.644) 24 (2012) 1, 123-129.
Hridya VK, Priyadharsini K, Prince S Godson, Chandrasekar N. “An assessment of bacterial and biochemical characteristics in the placer mineral rich zones of southern coastal region, Tamil Nadu, India”, Journal of Coastal sciences (Publisher: Centre for GeoTechnology, M. S. University, Tirunelveli, India, ISSN: 2348 – 6740, http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1081943. 1(2014) 1, 27-32.
Hridya VK, Prince S Godson, Kumaresan S and Chandrasekar N. “The antimalarial potential and phytochemical composition of Mangroves from southeast India: An invitro study”, Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries, ISSN 2321-340X, University of Kerala, India, (Accepted manuscript).
Greeshma G, Hridya VK, Devika SR, Sabu M, Shibu IG, Radhakrishnan KV, “Chemical constituents and their bioactivities of Zingiber nimmoni: An endemic species in South India”, Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic plants. 2021(Accepted Manuscript).
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:Researchpostdoctoral research