Dr. Pratima Vishwakarma holds a B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. from Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University in Gorakhpur. She has an impressive academic and research background, with sixteen research articles and four book chapters published in reputed national and international journals. Dr. Vishwakarma has actively participated in over 20 national and international seminars, symposia, and conferences held within India, where she presented her research papers. As a dedicated scholar, Dr. Vishwakarma is a Life Member of the Indian Botanical Society and the Indian Science Congress. Her contributions to the field have been recognized through various awards, including the first prize for best oral presentation at an international conference organized by the Department of Zoology, DDU Gorakhpur University. She has also been honored with the Prof CP Malik Medal for best research paper presentation by the Indian Botanical Society, a Certificate of Merit by the Indian Botanical Society, and recognition for the 3rd best oral presentation at a conference organized by the Department of Industrial Microbiology, DDU Gorakhpur University. Additionally, Dr. Vishwakarma received the first prize for the best poster presentation at another conference organized by the Department of Industrial Microbiology, DDU Gorakhpur University.
Furthermore, Dr. Vishwakarma had the opportunity to present a paper at the Young Scientist Program organized by the Indian Science Congress held at the University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Campus in Bangalore, Karnataka from January 3rd to 7th, 2020. Her participation in such esteemed events showcases her commitment to sharing knowledge and engaging with the scientific community.
Dr. Pratima Vishwakarma’s passion for writing is evident in her dedicated pursuit of her dream project, “Diabetes Mellitus and its Management Strategies.” In today’s global context, diabetes mellitus has emerged as a widespread chronic metabolic disorder, affecting individuals across all age groups. With the World Health Organization estimating approximately 171 million people affected by diabetes in 2000, the numbers are projected to more than double by 2030. This disease is a leading cause of severe complications, such as heart attacks, kidney failure, and blindness, often resulting in patient mortality.
The central focus of Dr. Vishwakarma’s book is to provide comprehensive and detailed information about diabetes mellitus. It covers a range of topics, including the different types of diabetes, the complications associated with the condition, experimental protocols used in diabetes research, the use of animal models in studying diabetes, and various treatment methods employed in managing the disease. The book is structured into seven chapters, each addressing important aspects of diabetes mellitus. Through her writing, Dr. Vishwakarma aims to present information in a clear and concise manner, ensuring that it is easily understandable and accessible to readers.
By undertaking this ambitious project, Dr. Vishwakarma seeks to contribute to the existing knowledge base on diabetes mellitus. Her book endeavors to offer valuable insights into the disease and its management strategies, making it a valuable resource for researchers, healthcare professionals, and individuals seeking to enhance their understanding of diabetes mellitus.