Dr Gangamma S - Publications

List of publications

International Journals:

1) Gangamma S. (2018). Lancet commission on pollution: Action plans and human resource development in India. The Lancet; 391(10138):2414 (Impact factor: 53.25)

2) Gangamma et al., (2018). Urban airborne particulate matter: hypo-response to bacterial and viral components.Environmental Health Perspectives (Impact factor: 9.78) - Manuscript prepared

3) S. Gangamma, S. Desai, V. Sowmiya, V. Seethalakshmi, T.K. Deepak, D. Vishnu Priya, S. Krishnaja (2017). “Air Pollution and Vulnerability to Respiratory Infections: In Vitro Studies on Particulate Matter from Indian Cities.” American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine;195: A6842 (Impact factor 15.24)

4) Gangamma S. (2014). Characteristics of airborne bacteria in Mumbai urban environment. Science of the Total Environment, 488-489:70 (Impact factor-4.9)

5) Gangamma S. (2013). Airborne particulate matter induced lung inflammation. Environmental Health Perspectives.120 (1): 11. (Impact factor: 9.78)

6)Gangamma S. 2012. Airborne particulate matter and innate immunity activation.Environmental Science and Technology.46(20): 10879. (Impact factor:6.198)

7) Gangamma S. (2012). Airborne particulate matter associated endotoxin and proinflammatory responses. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 130(4):1012. (Impact factor:12.48)

8) Gangamma S, Patil R.S., Mukherji S. (2011). Characterization and proinflammatory response of airborne biological particles from wastewater treatment plants. Environmental Science and Technology. 45:3282-3287. (Impact factor:6.198)

9) Varghese, S K. and Gangamma S. (2009). Particle deposition in human respiratory system: deposition of concentrated hydroscopic aerosols, Inhalation Toxicology, 2:1619. (Impact factor 2.26)

10) Varghese, S. K., Gangamma. S. (2007) Modeling of aerosol formation and growth in a laminar flow aerosol generator using sectional method, Aerosol and Air quality Research, 7(1):46. (Impact factor: 2.58)

11) Varghese, S. K., Gangamma. S. (2007) Evaporation of water droplets by radiation: effect of absorbing inclusions, Aerosol and Air quality Research, 7(1):95. (Impact factor: 2.58)
 

12) Kadlimatti, H. M., Gangamma, S. and Varghese, S.K. (2007) Generation of monodisperse aerosols through condensation nuclei control, WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment,101:505.

13) Varghese, S. K., Gangamma. S. (2006) Particle Deposition in Human Respiratory Tract: Effect of Water-Soluble Fraction, Aerosol and Air quality Research,6(4):360. (Impact factor: 2.58)

14) Varghese, S. K., Gangamma. S., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2005) Particulate respiratory dose to Indian women from domestic cooking, Aerosol Science and Technology, 39(12): 1201. (Impact factor: 2.0)

15) Patil, R. S., Sethi, V., Varghese, S. K., and Gangamma, S. (2005) Personal exposure to Aerosols in urban homes, Bulletin of American Meteorogical Society, 86(9):1226. (Impact factor: 7.93)

List of papers published and presented in conferences

1) S Gangamma, S Desai, D K Tripathi, D Vishnu Priya, S Krishnaja (2017) Biological components and inflammatory responses of particulate matter from biomass burning houses. Healthy Buildings Europe 2017

2) Gangamma S., Kurup, A., Desai, S., Kurli, R., Seethalakshmi, V., Sowmiya V., Loya, R. and Navakotti, N. (2016) Airborne Biological Particles in Metropolitan Cities in India: Respiratory Deposition and Susceptibility to Bacterial Infection. STOX, International conference on new insights and multidisciplinary approaches in toxicological studies, August 3-5, 2016

3) Gangamma S. (2016) Air pollution induced inflammation and hypo-response in macrophages: Compilation of results from Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai. Inflammation and Tissue homeostasis, IFOM, NCBS, February 3-5, 2016

4) Gangamma S. (2016) Airborne bacterial diversity in metropolitan cities of India:
 Respiratory deposition and health implications. International symposium-MICROHD-2016, February 2016, NIANP, Bangalore

5) Gangamma S., Kurup, A., Loya, R. and Navakoti, A. (2014) Biological activities of ambient particulate matter and associated endotoxin at different locations in Bangalore city, IASTA Bulletin, 21(1&2),14-15.

6) Gangamma S. (2014) Exposure and circulatory inflammation among wastewater treatment plant workers in Mumbai city, IASTA Bulletin, 21 (1&2), 16-18.

7) Gangamma S. (2013) Low level endotoxemia not associated with endotoxin tolerance or priming. 40th Annual conference organized by Indian Immunology Society, New Delhi, India, November 15-17, 2013.

8) Gangamma S. (2012) Characterization of airborne biological particles from wastewater treatment plants in Mumbai, IASTA Bulletin, 20(1&2),522-524.

9) Gangamma S., Patil, R.S.  Mukherji, S. and Chakravortty, D. (2011) Measurement and characterization of biological activities of ambient particular matter at different locations in Mumbai. 104th Annual conference and exhibition organized by Air & Waste Management Association, Orlando, USA, June 21-23, 2011 (Reference Number: 2011-A-378-AWMA).

10) Varghese, S. K., and Gangamma. S. (2007) Numerical implementation of cloud droplet activation parameterization in large scale models, International symposium on aerosol – chemistry – climate interactions, November 21-23, PRL, Ahmedabad, India.

11) Gangamma. S., Patil, R. S., Varghese, S. K., and Sethi, V. (2005) Personal Exposure to Women in Urban Households, Indo-Norwegian seminar, IIT Kanpur, June 24-25.

12) Gangamma. S., Varghese, S. K., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2005) Effect of natural and forced ventilation systems on decay and deposition rates of particles produced by indoor sources in Indian urban households, Indoor air 2005, September 4-9, Beijing, China.

13) Varghese. S. K., Gangamma. S., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2005) Mass size distributions of fine particulate matter from cooking and estimation of the deposition in the human respiratory system, Indoor air 2005, September 4-9, Beijing, China.

14) Gangamma. S., and Varghese, S. K., (2005) Particle deposition studies in experimental chamber and indoor rooms, Asian Aerosol Conference 2005, December 13-16, Mumbai, India. IASTA Bulletin, 17(1), 162-164

15) Varghese, S. K., and Gangamma. S., (2005) Deposition of semi volatile organic compounds in human respiratory system, Asian Aerosol Conference 2005, December 13-16, Mumbai, India. IASTA Bulletin. 17(1), 589-590

16) Gangamma. S., Varghese, S. K., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2004) Monitoring and control of indoor air pollution, International Conference on: Aerosols clouds and Indian monsoon, November 15-17, IIT Kanpur.

17) Gangamma. S., Varghese, S. K., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2004) Monitoring and control of air pollution exposure due to domestic cooking in urban areas, IASTA Bulletin, 16(2), 312-315.

18) Gangamma. S., Patil, R. S., and Sethi, V. (2004) Indoor air pollution due to domestic cooking in urban households, NHEEI seminar, Bangalore University, Bangalore, November 16-19.

Not published in proceedings

1) Gangamma S., Patil, R.S.  Mukherji, S. and Chakravortty, D. (2010) Characteristics and associated health parameters of bioaerosols in Mumbai, India. Envirovision-2010. Organized by Indian environmental association & Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. November 23-26.

Awarded the first prize in poster presentation

List of books written

S. Gangamma, Rashmi S. Patil and Virendra Sethi. Indoor air pollution due to domestic cooking in urban households. Environmental Science and Technology in India. Edited by Arvind Kumar and R.K.Somashekar. Daya Publishing House. Delhi, 290-296, 2008.

Technical Reports

Airborne particulate matter during fog periods in Kanpur city- Inflammatory response and hyporesponse to endotoxin- Dharmendra Singh (IIT Kanpur), Tarun Gupta (IIT Kanpur) and Gangamma S.

 

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