Wood structure in relation to seasoning and preservation, origin of gum, and gum-resin and their secretion, and tapping
Documentation and rapid assessment of local health traditions for finding out safe and efficacious formulations for primary health care in human and animals,
Training & capacity building of households, students & professionals for self-reliance in primary health using Medicinal plants
Training of farmers and veterinarians to use Ethno-veterinary practices (EVP) to reduce the use of antibiotics and other chemical veterinary drugs in order to minimize the antibiotic residues in the milk and other animal products and associated antimicrobial resistance to antibiotics.
Development of curriculum and reading materials for various educational Programmes
Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology, Ethnoveterinary Practices
Genetic upgradation of cattle and buffaloes in Tamil Nadu–Adoption of estrus synchronization to improve productive and reproductive potential
Validating the research on mineral map of Tamil Nadu District Contingency Plan
Establishment of ethno veterinary herbal research and training unit for livestock care at VUTRC, Thanjavur
Successful dissemination of EVP in the clinical setting under rural field conditions involving, esp., the small and marginal farmers, mostly women was the driving force behind this venture in a stand- alone mode
Expertise in: Experimental research in Ayurveda medicines, drug standardization, Technical advise for pharma industry for development of formulation for clinical application, Rapid assessment and promotion of ethno-veterinary practices, Development of curriculum in Ethno veterinary Practices (PGDEVP) and certificate programme in EVP, training veterinarians & farmers to reduce the indiscriminate use of antibiotics and veterinary drugs.
Dutch veterinary doctor and livestock development expert: “With 25 years’ experience in various parts of the world, she effectively supports in the ‘translation’ of the lessons learnt in Dutch dairy farming to situations elsewhere.