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VIKAL TRIPATHY
(Project Personnel)
(email: vikal_r-at-isical.ac.in, vikaltripathy-at-yahoo.com )
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY UNIT
INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE
HYDERABAD -500007
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Educational Qualification:

                     Ph.D. (submitted):       Biological Anthropology unit (formerly Anthropology and Human Genetics unit), Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India. Submitted on 21st August, 2006 at University of Calcutta; Subject: Anthropology; Thesis Title: Some Aspects of Human Adaptation: An Anthropological enquiry on a migrant high altitude population; Supervisor: Prof. Ranjan Gupta, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata

                     M.Sc. (2001): University of Delhi, Delhi; Subject: Anthropology; Specialization: Physical Anthropology (Population Genetics, Growth and Human Ecology and Palaeo-anthropology); Optional Papers: Cytogenetics, Demography and Forensic Anthropology; Dissertation Title: PTC tasting ability and Color blindness among the Brahmins of Sundarnagar, Himachal Pradesh, India.

                     B.Sc. Hons (1999):  University of Delhi, Delhi. Subjects: Honors: Botany; Subsidiary: Zoology, Chemistry

Publications:

1)       Tripathy V, Reddy BM. 2007. Present Status of Understanding on the G6PD Deficiency and Natural Selection: A Review. Journal of postgraduate medicine (in press).

2)       Tripathy V, Gupta R. 2007. Blood Pressure Variation among Tibetans at different altitudes. Annals of Human Biology 34:470-483.

3)       Tripathy V, Gupta R. 2007. Growth among Tibetans at high and low altitudes in India. American Journal of Human Biology. (in press)

4)       Nirmala A, Reddy PC, Tripathy V, Reddy BM. 2007. Genetic Epidemiology of Arterial Blood Pressure A Review. Anthropologist. (in press)

5)        Tripathy V, Gupta R. 2007. Tibetan Diaspora in India: Some Anthropo-Demographic Observations. Asian Studies. 25: 76-98.

6)       Tripathy V, Satapathy KC and Gupta R. 2006. ABO and Rh (D) Blood Polymorphism among Tibetans in India. Human Biology. 78(2):229-233.

7)       Tripathy V, Satapathy KC and Gupta R. 2006.   Nutritional status and hypertension among Tibetan adults in India. Journal of Human Ecology Special Issue No. 14:77-82.

8)       Tripathy V and Gupta R. 2005. Birth Weight among Tibetans at Different Altitudes in India: Are Tibetans Better Protected from IUGR? American Journal of Human Biology 17(4):442-450.

9)       Tripathy V and Kapoor A K. 2003. Taste Sensitivity to P.T.C. and Colour Blindness Among the Brahmin of Sundarnagar, Himachal Pradesh.  Anthropologist (Delhi) 5(2):89-92.

10)    Mondal B, Tripathy V and Gupta R. 2006. Risk factors of anaemia during pregnancy among the Garo of Meghalaya, India. Journal of Human Ecology Special Issue No. 14:27-32.

     

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LINKS TO SOME ANTHROPOLOGY/BIOLOGY/STATISTICS SITES
1.   Research methods tutorials
2.
   How humans evolved
3  . SPEAKING THE LANGUAGE OF RECOMBINANT DNA
4.
  ANTHROPOLOGY TUTORIAL FROM PALOMER COLLEGE
5.
   Selecting Statistics (for social sciences and biological sciences)
6.   Scott's Botanical Links
7.   Botany online
8.
   Electronic Statistics Textbook
9.
  Statistical Computing Resources on the Internet
10.
  Anthropology Resources on the Net
11.
SPSS for Windows (Research Consulting)
12. New view of statistics (excellent for ancova)