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Dr. Tabassum Ishrath Fathima

Traditional Knowledge, Data Science and Informatics

Dr. Tabassum Ishrath Fathima

Assistant Professor

Research Interests

Dr. Tabassum has been associated with the CTKDS&I since 2003 and has been working on deepening of Indian’s comprehensive Medicinal Plant database supported by MOEFCC & NMPB. She is also involved in developing various educational CD’s on Medicinal plants for BAMS, BSMS, BUMS and BHMS students, based on the curriculum given by Rajiv Gandhi University of health science.

Research Interest:

  • As I have experience of working on climate change vulnerability study on high altitude Medicinal Plants of shola forest of Nilgiris, Western Ghats, both real time filed work along with that using geospatial application it was very interesting and learning phase to use advance Remote sensing and GIS techninque in mapping. I would use my best of my knowledge to further do research in climate change studies and understand further how this modelling can further utilized and in real time scenario and get involved in more and more climate related research help the communities, policy makers and stake holder.

  • To Understand the dynamics of Indian medicinal plants in trade

  • In-silico Platform for Medicinal plants based drug discovery using Network Pharmacology & Ayurveda database to study the Complexity of Ayurvedic drug action and work on data analytics.

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