Author: Dr. Priyanka Chakravarty Indu
Dr Priyanka Chakravarty Indu is an expert in Nutrigenomics. Dr Priyanka is an expertise in individualizing nutrition to attain controlled sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. Dr Priyanka has been trained by the American Association of Continuing Medical Education. Dr Priyanka has 14 years of teaching, research experience out of which 7+ years counting under clinical experience. Dr Priyanka has an experience as a Nutritionist for various organizations like CureFit, Airforce, Bangalore Diabetes Centre, a unit of M.V Diabetic Hospital (WHO Collaborated Centre for Research, Training & Education in Diabetes), Chennai. Dr Priyanka has also worked as a Research Nutritionist in Life Style Disease Research Centre,Airforce. Dr Priyanka has delivered sessions on life style management in various Pharma companies and other corporate firms. Dr Priyanka has been a life time member of IDA.
- PhD in Human Nutrition, Food Technology, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand, 2003
- M.Sc. in Food & Nutrition from I.T College, Lucknow University, 2001
- B.Sc.in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, I.T College, Lucknow University, 1998
- July 2017- Present, Senior Health Coach at Breathe Well-being, Gurugram
- Dec 2016 – Jul 2017, Clinical Dietitian at Command Hospital, Bangalore
- Mar 2016 – Mar 2017, Visiting faculty lecturer at Command Hospital college of Nursing, Bangalore
- Aug 2014 – 2016, Clinical Dietitian at M. V. Hospital for Diabetes and Diabetes Research Centre, Bangalore
- Jun 2011 – Apr 2014, Assistant Professor and HOD, Nutrition & Dietetics at Achariya Arts & Science College, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry
- Apr 2009 – Jun 2011, Consultant at Vita Foods, Lucknow
- Aug 2009 – Mar 2011, Visiting Lecturer at Army Institute of Nursing, Guwahati, Assam
- Dec 2006 – Oct 2008, Visiting Lecturer, Full time lecturer in P.G Dept. & Course Coordinator-P.G.Diploma Dietetics at S.N.D.T College of Home Science, Pune
- Aug 2006 – Nov 2006, Dietitian at VLCC Health Care Ltd., Lucknow
- Feb 2006 – Apr 2006, Research Fellow at Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science, Lucknow
- May 2001 – Aug 2001, Trainee Dietitian at S.G.P.G.I.M.S, Lucknow
- Indu S., Ramesh V., Indu PC., Prashad KV., Premalatha B., Ramadoss K., 2014. Comparative efficacy of cedarwood oil and xylene in hematoxylin and eosin staining procedures: An experimental study. J Nat Sci Biol Med, 5(2), pp. 284-7.
- Indu PC., 2012. Barley: A functional component in management of Diabetes. Pondicherry Journal of Nursing, Volume 5, Issue 2012.
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