Indo-Australian Biotechnology Fund (2nd Round)

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INDO
-
AUSTRALIAN BIOTEC
HNOLOGY FUND: ROUND 4 (2009
-
2010)

LIST OF PROJECTS APPROVED BY INDO AUSTRALIAN JOINT BIOTECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE

14 APRIL, 2010
,
CANBERRA
,
AUSTRALIA


1

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No.

Indian

Ref. No.

Australian
Ref. No.

Indian Applicant

Coordinator / First PI

Australian Applicant

Coordinator / First PI

Project Title

Area

Duration

(In Years)

1.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/02/2009

BF040030

Prof. Shyamalava
Mazumdar

Tata Institute of
Fundamen
tal Research

Prof. Anna Roujeinikova,
Dept. of Microbiology,
School of Biomedical
Sciences


Molecular recognition between alkane
hydroxylase and rubredoxin in alkane
-
degrading bacteria.

Bio
-
remediation

3


2.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/04/2009

BF040037

Dr. Prmod P. W
angikar

Indian Institute of
Technology Bombay


Dr. Madhu Chetty

Monash University

Gippsland Campus


Solar Bio
-
fuel and Carbon
Sequestration with Cyanobacteria: Role
of Genetic Networks


Biofuels &
Bioenergy

3


3.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/06/2009

BF040038

Dr. Nagend
ra R. Hegde

Bharat Biotech Foundation,
Genome Valley


Dr. Trilochan Mukkur,

Curtin University of
Technology, School of
Biomedical Sciences,

Rational Development of an effective
Vaccine for the prevention of
Staphylococcal Mastitis in bovines
using mouse
mastitis as a model
system.

Vaccines /
Medical
Diagnostics

3


4.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/09/2009

BF040017

Dr. K Satyamoorthy

Manipal Life Sciences
Center,


Prof. Zee Upton, Office of
Research Queensland
University of Technology


Identification of diagnostic and

prognostic biomarkers to improve the
management of diabetic ulcers

Vaccines /
Medical
Diagnostics

3


5.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/24/2009

BF040005

Prof. Saumitra Das,

Indian Institute of Science



Prof Eric Gowans,

Women’s and Children’s
Health Research Institut
e

Approaches to develop an effective
HCV vaccine

Vaccines /
Medical
Diagnostics

3


6.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/30/2009

BF040059

Dr. Narendra Tuteja

International Centre for
Genetic Engineering and
Biotechnology (ICGEB)

Prof. Mohan B Singh

Faculty of Land and Foo
d
Resources

Molecular approaches for sustaining
crop productivity under abiotic stress
conditions.

Transgenic crops

3


7.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/35/2009

BF040035

Dr. Sandeep Kale,

DBT
-
ICT
-
Centre for
Energy Biosciences,
Institute of Chemical
Technology

Dr. Vishnu

Pareek,

Curtin University of
Technology

Extraction and purification of sorghum
seed protein for delayed delivery of
bioactivities.

Nutraceuticals &
Functional foods

3


8.

BT/Indo
-
Aus/04/36/2009

BF040066

Dr. K. K. Kumar, Assistant
Dept. of Centre for P
lant
Molecular Biology

Dr. John M Manners

CSIRO Plant Industry,
Queensland Bioscience
Precinct (QBP)

Engineering novel disease resistance in
wheat and rice by silencing disease
susceptibility genes.

Transgenic crops

3