Dr. B. Sreedevi

Associate Dean
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bollinisreedevi@rediffmail.com

Qualification : B.V.Sc & AH, MVSc (Veterinary Microbiology), PhD (Veterinary Microbiology)

Profile

Prof. Bollini Sreedevi, assumed charge as Associate Dean, NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram on 30th October, 2021. Dr.Sreedevi obtained BVSc&AH and MVSc (Veterinary Microbiology) from College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University in the years 1993 and 1995. She got her doctorate in Veterinary Microbiology from Veterinary College, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore in the year 1999. Dr.Sreedevi did her Post Doctoral Fellowship in Animal Biotechnology from Ohio State University, USA in the year 2006. She joined the University as Assistant Professor in the Year 1999 and served in various positions. Dr.Sreedevihas 22 years of experience in teaching, research, and extension. She has carried out research projects funded by DBT. Dr.Sreedevi has published 90 research articles in various nationally and internationally reputed journals. She has guided 1 PhD and 10 MVSc students as a Major Advisor. Dr.Sreedevi has organized National Conference of IAVMI and Winter School of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi.

Dr.Sreedevi is recipient of Senior Research Fellowship of Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi; DBT Long Term Overseas Associateship of Ministry of Science and Technology, New Delhi; Lal Bahadur Shastry Young Scientist Award of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi; Dr. GouriGanguly Young Scientist Award of Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata; ANGRAU Young Scientist Award of Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad; AP State Best Teacher Award of Andhra Pradesh State Government; Young Scientist Fellowships of World Poultry Congress, Istanbul, Turkey and World Poultry Congress, Brisbane, Australia. Dr.Sreedevi is Fellow of National Academy of Veterinary Sciences, New Delhi. She has undergone advanced training in Molecular Diagnostics at University of Georgia, Athens, USA in the year 2010 under National Agricultural Innovation Project of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. Dr.Sreedevi has presented many research papers in national and international conferences.

Academic Qualification (Undergraduate Onwards)

S.NO. Degree Year Subject University/Institution % of Marks
1. BVSc & AH 1993 Veterinary Sciences ANGRAU, Hyderabad 88
2. MVSc 1995 Veterinary Microbiology ANGRAU, Hyderabad 88
3. PhD 1999 Veterinary Microbiology UAS, Bangalore 94
4. PDF 2006 Animal Biotechnology Ohio state University, USA -

Titles of Master’s and Doctoral Thesis :

M.V.Sc : Development, standardization and field evaluation of immuno- Diagnostic Kits to Ranikhet Disease virus

PhD : Evaluation of DNA based techniques for the detection of M.tuberculosis complex organisms in bovines

PDF : Real-time RT-PCR detection and sequence analysis of the VP2 hyper variable region of IBDV isolates

Post graduate students Guided :

As Major Advisor - 10

As Minor Advisor – 30

Work experience (in chronological order)

S.NO. Positions held Name of the Institute From To
1. Assistant Professor
Department of Veterinary Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
College of Veterinary Science, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupathi – 517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 23-7-1999 22-8-2007
2. Associate Professor
Department of Veterinary Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine
College of Veterinary Science, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupathi – 517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 23-8-2007 24-10-2012
3. Professor and Head
Department of Veterinary Microbiology, College of Veterinary Science, SVVU, Proddatur, Andhra Pradesh, India
College of Veterinary Science, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupathi – 517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 25-10-2012 23-8-2013
4. Professor and University Head
Department of Veterinary Microbiology, College of Veterinary Science, SVVU, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh, India
College of Veterinary Science, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupathi – 517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India 24-8-2013 Till date

Professional Recognition/ Award/ Prize/ Certificate, Fellowship received

S.NO. Name of Award Awarding Agency Year
1. AP State Government Scholarship Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad 1986
2. ICAR scholarship during B.V.Sc Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi 1998
3. Sri.N.Bhagawan Das Gold Medal Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Hyderabad 1994
4. Lions International Gold Medal Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Hyderabad 1994
5. Senior Research Fellowship Council for Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi 1996
6. Young Scientist Fellowship World Poultry Congress, Istanbul, Turkey 2004
7. DBT Long term Overseas Associateship Ministry of Science and Technology, New Delhi 2005
8. Lal bahadur shastry Young Scientist Award Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi 2005
9. Dr. Gouri Ganguly Young Scientist Award Indian Science Congress Association , Kolkata 2006
10. Acharya N.G.Ranga Young Scientist Award Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University, HYD 2006
11. Fellow of NAVS National Academy of Veterinary Sciences, New Delhi 2008
12. Young Scientist Fellowship World Poultry Congress, Brisbane, Australia 2008
13. Mrs.Vimal Shrinivas Kshirsagar Memorial Award Indian Association for the advancement of Veterinary Research (IAAVR) 2009
14. Andhra Pradesh State Best Teacher Award Andhra Pradesh State Government 2009
15. NAIP training in Molecular Diagnostics NAIP, Indian council of agricultural Research, New Delhi 2010
16. Y.Venkataramaiah & Ramadevi gold medal Krishna Veterinary Association 2011
17. Fellow of Society for Applied biotechnology Society for Applied biotechnology 2013

Publications

  1. Sreedevi, B., V.B.Malathy, M.V.Subba Rao and S. Vijaya Krishna (1997). Latex agglutination test for rapid detection of Newcastle disease Virus. Indian Veterinary Journal. 74 : 638-640.
  2. Sarumathi, C., T. Venkata Reddy and B. Sreedevi (2002). A study on seroepizootiology of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis in Andhra Pradesh. Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases. Vol : 23, No. 2 : 153-155.
  3. Sreedevi, B. , U.V.N. Malleswara Rao and T. Venkata Reddy (2002). Allergic mastitis in buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh. Third Round Table conference on Mastitis (Indian Association for the advancement of Veterinary Research) Held at Nagpur Veterinary College, February 2002, PP: 33-35.
  4. Sreedevi, B. and G. Krishnappa (2003) Pathogenesis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from cattle. Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases., Vol : 24, No. 1 : 59-62.
  5. Sreedevi, B. and G. Krishnappa (2003) Detection of M.tuberculosis complex organisms in clinical samples of cattle by PCR and DNA probe methods. Indian Journal of Comparative Microbiology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases. Vol : 24, No. 2 :167-171.
  6. Sarumathi, C., T. Venkata Reddy., B. Sreedevi and U.V.N. Malleswara Rao (2003). Comparison of Avidin - Biotin ELISA with RBPT and STAT for screening of antibodies to bovine brucellosis. The Indian Veterinary Journal. Vol. 80 : 1106 – 1108.
  7. Sarumathi, C., T. Venkata Reddy and B. Sreedevi (2003). Screening of pooled milk samples for bovine brucella antibodies by Avidin – Biotin ELISA. Indian Journal of Dairy Science. 56, 4 : 250-252.
  8. Sarumathi, C., T. Venkata Reddy and B. Sreedevi (2003). Serological survey of bovine brucellosis in Andhra Pradesh. Indian Journal of Dairy Science. Vol. 56, No: 6: 408-410.
  9. Malleswara Rao, U.V.N., B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2003). Studies on ulcerative mamilitis of buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh (India). Buffalo Bulletin. Vol. 22, No. 4:80-90.
  10. Sreedevi, B., U.V.N. Malleswara Rao and T. Venkata Reddy (2003). Bovine ulcerative mammillitis – a review. Fourth Round Table conference on Mastitis (Indian Association for the advancement of Veterinary Research) Held at College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Palampur, H.P. India, April, 2003, PP:150-164.
  11. Kavitha, P and B. Sreedevi (2003). Immune Defence Mechanism of the Mammary Gland in control of mastitis. Fourth Round Table conference on Mastitis (Indian Association for the advancement of Veterinary Research) Held at College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Palampur, H.P. India, April, 2003, PP:19-25.
  12. Sarumathi, C., T. Venkata Reddy., B. Sreedevi and U.V.N. Malleswara Rao (2004). Comparison of serum and milk based Avidin - Biotin Elisa for detection of antibodies to Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis. The Indian Veterinary Journal. Vol. 81: 9-11.
  13. Pavan Kumar, C., B. Sreedevi, T.Venkata Reddy and K.Nalini Kumari (2004) Epidemiological studies on bovine microfilariasis in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Parasitic Diseases. Vol.28 (1): 17-22.
  14. Malleswara Rao, U.V.N., B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2004). Ulcerative mammillitis of buffaloes in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Indian Journal of Dairy Science. Vol. 57, No: 2: 147-149.
  15. Sreedevi, B. and T. Venkata Reddy (2004) Infectious lesions of the bovine teat. Indian Dairyman. Vol. 57 (3): 31-35.
  16. Sreedevi, B and M.V.Subba Rao (2004). Development, standardization and field evaluation of MPA-NDV ELISA kit for the detection of Newcastle Disease Virus. The Indian Veterinary Journal. 81: 484 – 488.
  17. Sreedevi, B. and G. Krishnappa (2004) Standardization of polymerase chain reaction for the detection of M.tuberculosis complex organisms from bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Science., 74 (11) :1120-1123.
  18. Sreedevi, B and M.V.Subba Rao (2004) A practical method for collection and processing of dried whole blood samples on filter paper. Indian Veterinary Journal. 81: 1286 –1287.
  19. Sreedevi, B and T. Venkata Reddy (2004). Rare cases of Bovine Leukemia in she Buffaloes. The Journal of Remount and Veterinary Corps. Vol.43 (1): 41-43.
  20. Seena, V.B., K.Nalini Kumari, N.A.Singhari and B.Sreedevi (2004) Clinico-diagnostic and Therapeutic studies of canine pyoderma. Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Vol. 25 (2): 121-122.
  21. Lokanadhamu, M., Sreedevi, B. and Venkata Reddy, T. (2004) Field observations on the epidemiology of Ulcerative thelitis of buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh. Indian Veterinary Journal. , 83: 844-846.
  22. Sudhakar Goud, K., Sreedevi, B and T.Venkata Reddy (2004). Evaluation of different IBD vaccine strains and their impact on RD Immunity. Proceedings of XXII World’s Poultry Congress, June 8th to 13th. 2004. Full text No.1031.
  23. Sreedevi, B and M.V.Subba Rao (2004). Standardisation and field evaluation of Immuno-diagnostic kits to Ranikhet disease virus. Proceedings of XXII World’s Poultry Congress, June 8th to 13th. 2004. Full text No.1038.
  24. Malleswara Rao, U.V.N., B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2005). Epidemiology of ulcerative mammillitis of buffaloes in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Indian Journal of Dairy Science. Vol. 58 (3): 226-228.
  25. Pavan Kumar, C., B. Sreedevi, T.Venkata Reddy and K.Nalini Kumari (2005). Analysis of methods for the diagnosis of microfilaraemia in buffaloes and cattle. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 19 (2): 107-110.
  26. Sudhakar Goud, K., Sreedevi, B and T.Venkata Reddy (2005). Evaluation of IBD vaccination schedules and their impact on Immunity to New Castle Disease. Indian Journal of Poultry Science. 40 (3): 268-272.
  27. Lokanadhamu, M., Sreedevi, B. and Venkata Reddy, T. (2005) Studies on etiology, symptomatology, diagnosis and therapy in ulcerative thelitis of buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh (India). Buffalo Bulletin Vol. 24 (3): 56-69.
  28. Sreedevi, B (2006) Bovine Ulcerative Theilitis- An emerging disease of buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh. Proceeding of 93rd Indian Science Congress, Section of animal, Veterinary and Fishery Sciences. Page: 2 -6.
  29. Lokanadhamu, M., Sreedevi, B. and Venkata Reddy, T. (2007) Epidemiological features of ulcerative thelitis in buffaloes in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. Indian Veterinary Journal, Vol. 84: 32-34.
  30. Lathamani.V.S, K. Nalini Kumari and B. Sreedevi (2007). Pododermatitis in a German Shepherd- a case report. POLIVET. Vol. 8 No.1: 30-31.
  31. Tanuja, N., Sreedevi, B and T. Venkata Reddy (2007) Clinical and haematological findings in experimental reproduction of CIA and confirmation by electron microscopy. Indian Journal of Animal Science. 77(7) 529-532.
  32. Tanuja, N., Sreedevi, B and T. Venkata Reddy (2007) An investigation of chicken infectious anaemia outbreak in an organized poultry farm. Indian journal of Animal Health. 46 (2) : 101-04.
  33. Sreedevi, B. and D. J. Jackwood. (2007) Real-time RT-PCR detection and sequence analysis of the VP2 hypervariable region of Indian vvIBDV isolates. Avian Diseases, 51 (3): 750-757.
  34. Sreedevi, B., L.J. LeFever, S. E. Sommer-Wagner, and D. J. Jackwood. (2007) Pathogenicity of Infectious Bursal Disease Viruses from Four Layer Flocks in the United States. Avian Diseases, 51 (4): 845-850.
  35. D. J. Jackwood., Sreedevi, B., L.J. LeFever and S. E. Sommer-Wagner, (2008). Studies on naturally occurring infectious bursal disease viruses suggest that a single amino acid substitution at position 253 in VP2 increases pathogenicity. Virology, 377: 110-116.
  36. B. Sreedevi and D. J. Jackwood (2008) Real-time RT-PCR detection and phylogenetic analysis of the Indian vvIBDV isolates. Proceedings of XXIII World Poultry Science Congress, held at Brisbane, Australia from 30th June to 4th July, 2008. Full text No. 107.
  37. N. Tanuja, B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2008) Sero-epidemiology of Chicken infectious anaemia in Andhra Pradesh, Indian Journal of Animal Health, vol 47, No. 1 : 31-34.
  38. N. Tanuja, B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2008) Identification of the chicken anemia agent, reproduction of the disease, and serological survey in Andhra Pradesh, India. Poster Proceedings of XXIII World Poultry Science Congress, held at Brisbane, Australia from 30th June to 4th July, 2008. Full Text No. 108.
  39. N. Tanuja, B. Sreedevi and T. Venkata Reddy (2008) Clinicohaematological findings in experimental reproduction of CAV and confirmation by electron microscopy. Proceedings of XXIII World Poultry Science Congress, held at Brisbane, Australia from 30th June to 4th July, 2008. Full text No. 109.
  40. K. Sudhakar Goud and B. Sreedevi (2009) Immunosupression and histopathological changes in the bursa of Fabricus with different IBD vaccination schedule in chicken. India Journal of Veterinary Research, vol 18, No. 1: 5-12.
  41. Vijaya S., and Sreedevi. B (2010) The epidemiology of Newcastle Disease in village poultry in Andhra Pradesh, India. Proceedings of XIII European Poultry Conference, held at France from 23rd to 27th August 2010.
  42. Vijaya S., and Sreedevi. B (2010) Development of thermostable Newcastle Disease vaccine strains for use in village chicken. Proceedings of XIII European Poultry Conference, held at France from 23rd to 27th August 2010.
  43. Nalini Kumari, K., Ashwin Jayarajan, B.Sudhakara Reddy, J.V. Ramana, B.Karthikeyan and B.Sreedevi (2011) An outbreak of parakeratosis in a piggery unit. Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians, 6(4):34-36.
  44. Revathi, P., D. Jhansi Rani, B. Sreedevi and B. Shobhamani (2013). Formulation of thermostable nano-encapsulated Newcastle disease vaccine tablets for poultry. Indian Veterinary Journal, 90 (11) : 44-46
  45. Revathi, P., B. Sreedevi and D. Jhansi Rani. (2013) Efficacy of thermostable Newcastle disease vaccine strains. Indian Veterinary Journal, 91 (4):13-16
  46. Revathi, P., B. Sreedevi, D. Jhansi Rani and B. Shobhamani (2014). Studies on the stability of thermostable Newcastle disease vaccines. Indian Veterinary Journal, 91 (4):10-12.
  47. Kavitha, P., B. Sreedevi, J.V. Ramana and D. Srinivasa Rao (2014). Parturient Hypocalcaemia ( Milk Fever) in Dairy Cows – A Review. Intas Polivet, Vol. 15 (II): 507-514.
  48. Vinod Kumar, N., B.Sreedevi, A.Karthik, S.Vijayalakshmi, A.Geetha Reddy and D.Sreenivasulu (2014) Detection of OvHV-2 from an outbreak of sheep associated malignant catarrhal fever from crossbred cattle of southern India. Veterinary research communication. 38(4): 323-8, 2014
  49. G.Saritha, B.Shobamani and B.Sreedevi (2014) Sero- prevalence of peste des petits ruminants in a pastoral small rumnants with special reference on sensitivity to age and agro climactic zone. Animal Science reporter, Vol 8(3):103-107.
  50. T.M.Nabeel Muhammad and B.Sreedevi (2015) Detection of Avibacterium paragallnarum by polymerase chain reaction from outbreaks of Infectious coryza of poultry in Andhra Pradesh”. Veterinary world 8(1): 103-108.
  51. G. Saritha, B. Shobhamani, K. K. Rajak and B. Sreedevi (2015) Detection and confirmation of PPR virus antigen in sheep and goats by sandwich-ELISA and RT-PCR in Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Advanced Veterinary Animal Research 2(2): 210-212.
  52. K. Basava Reddy, B. Shobhamani, B. Sreedevi, D. Rani Prameela and B. Sudhakara Reddy (2015) Prevalence of Canine Parvo Viral Infection in Dogs In and Around Tirupathi of India. International Journal of Livestock Research 5(3): 92-98.
  53. K. Basava Reddy, B. Shobhamani, B. Sreedevi, D. Rani Prameela (2015) Diagnosis of canine parvo viral (CPV) infection in Dogs. Intas Polivet, 16(II): 441-442.
  54. T.M.Nabeel Muhammad, B. Sreedevi and B. Shobhamani (2015) Epidemiology of Infectious coryza in south coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh. The Indian Veterinary Journal 92(10): 50-53.
  55. B. Soma Sekhar Reddy, B. Shobhamani, B. Sreedevi, K. Nalini kumari and Y. Ravindra Reddy (2015) Therapeutic studies on subclinical mastitis associated with subclinical hypocalcaemia and hypoglycemia in crossbred cattle. Advances in Applied Science Research 6(7):141-144.
  56. B. Soma Sekhar Reddy, B. Shobhamani, B. Sreedevi, K. Nalini kumari and Y. Ravindra Reddy (2015) Diagnosis of Subclinical Mastitis in CrossBred Cattle. Research and Reviews: Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology 4(3): 39-43.
  57. Kavitha, P., Mounika, N., Ramana, J V and Sreedevi. B (2015) Aflatoxicosis in livestock and poultry. Journal of Animal Feed Science and Technology, Vol. 3 : 21-26.
  58. K. Basava Reddy, B. Shobhamani, B. Sreedevi, D. Rani Prameela and B. Sudhakara Reddy (2015) Canine parvo viral infection in Dogs and their treatment. International Journal of Veterinary Science, 4(3): 142-144.
  59. T.M.Nabeel Muhammad, B. Sreedevi and B. Shobhamani (2016) Antibiotic sensitivity pattern of Avibacterium paragallinarum from Infectious coryza in Andhra Pradesh. The Indian Veterinary Journal 93(02): 51-53.
  60. K.K.Swarna Latha, B. Shobhamani and B. Sreedevi (2016) Sero-prevalence of bovine brucellosis under different managemental conditions in Andhra Pradesh. The Indian journal of Veterinary Research 25(1): 30-34.
  61. Mohammad Sharif, N., B. Sreedevi and R.K. Chaitanya (2017) Occurrence of Beta- lactam resistant Escherichia coli among clinical cases of livestock in Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 6 (2): 1608-1615.
  62. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Isolation and screening of Lactobacillus species from dogs for probiotic action. Indian Journal of Animal Research, B-3429 (1-6).
  63. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Assessment of Intra-Serotypic diversity in Escherichia coli from dogs using ERIC - PCR. Journal of Animal Research, vol. – 7, (4) : 1-5.
  64. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Srilatha Ch (2017) Detection of extended spectrum Beta Lactam (ESBL) resistance in Pseudomonas species of canine origin. The Pharma Innovation Journal, vol. – 6, (9) : 89-93.
  65. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Isolation and identification of the Gut microbiota of healthy and diarrheic dogs in Andhra Pradesh, India. International Journal of Livestock Research, vol. – 7, (11) : 126-131.
  66. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Srilatha Ch (2017) Screening canine microbiota for extended spectrum Beta-lactamases (ESBLs) using E-test. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 6, (9) : 1-5.
  67. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., Srilatha, Ch. and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Group Specific Multiplex PCR Identification of canine faecal Lactobacillus species. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 6 (3) 1804 -1808.
  68. Atchutharam, A., Sreenivalsulu, D., Sreedevi, B and Rani Prameela (2017) Production, Isolation and characterization of IgY antibodies to canine parvo virus. Journal of Animal Health, Production and Technology, Vol 1(1) : 1-7.
  69. Vinod Kumar, N., Sreedevi, B., Sreenivasulu, D, Karthik, A, Vijayalakshmi, S., Chaitanya, R.K., Reddy Priya, Panduranga Reddy and Geetha Reddy, A (2017) Isolation and Differentiation of Sheep Pox and Goat Pox virus by PCR-RFLP of P32 Gene using BslI restriction enzyme. Journal of Animal Health, Production and Technology, Vol 1(1) : 36-42.
  70. Amrutha, D., Sreedevi, C., Srinivasa Rao, K., Sreedevi, B and Sudhakar, K (2017) Molecular detection of benzimidazole resistance in Haemonchus contortus of sheep in Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 31 (2) : 68-73.
  71. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Beta-lactamase antimicrobial resistance in Klebsiella and Enterobacter species isolated from healthy and diarrheic dogs in Andhra Pradesh, India. Veterinary World, 10 (8) 950-954.
  72. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., Srilatha, Ch. and Sreenivasulu, D (2017) Rapid Genotyping of Canine Faecal Lactobacillus species by (GTG) Repetitive Element PCR. International Journal of Livestock Research, 7 (9) 190 -195.
  73. Prathiba, Y., Sreedevi, B., Vinod Kumar, N., Srilatha Ch (2018) Molecular characterization and phylogenetic analysis of oncogenes from virulent serotype – I Marek’s Disease Virus in India. Acta Virologica, 62 : 277-286.
  74. Jayasree, N., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B, Venu, R, Nasreen, A and Varaprasad, WLNV. (2018) Pathomorphological studies on Myxosarcoma in the Uterus of Cattle. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 7 (3) 1087-1092.
  75. Srinivasa Naik, H., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B and Prasad TNVKV (2018) Supplementation of whole grain flax seeds (Linum Usitatissimum) along with high cholesterol diet and its effect on hyperlipidemia and initiated atherosclerosis in Wistar albino male rats. Veterinary World, 11:1433-1439.
  76. Srinivasa Naik, H., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B and Prasad TNVKV (2018) Evaluation of hematological, serum Bio-chemical and tissue anti-oxidant changes in experimentally induced hyperlipidemia in Wistar albino rats. International Journal of Livestock Research, 8 (2):84 - 91.
  77. Srinivasa Naik, H., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B and Prasad TNVKV (2018) Protective effects of green tea (Camelia sinensis) in diet-induced hypercholesterolemia and atherosclerosis in Wistar albino rats. The Pharma Innovation Journal, 7 (4):1083 - 1089.
  78. Mohammad Sharif, N., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Srilatha Ch (2018) Occurrence of Beta lactamase producing Escherichia coli in healthy and diarrheic dogs in Andhra Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Animal Research, B-3495 (1-5).
  79. Jayasree, N., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B, Venu, R, Nasreen, A and Anakali, VK. (2018) Pathomorphological and immunohistochemical studies on uterine adenocarcinoma in cattle. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 42 (3) 160-164.
  80. Srinivasa Naik, H., Srilatha, Ch., Sujatha, K, Sreedevi, B and Prasad TNVKV (2018) Clinico pathological evaluation of diet induced hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis in Wistar rats. Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 42 (3) 171-176.
  81. T.M. Nabeel Mohammad and Sreedevi. B (2019) An Outbreak of Infectious Coryza in an Emu Farm at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 8, (3) : 1430-1435.
  82. N. Tanuja, B. Sreedevi and Ch. Srilatha (2019)Sequential histopathological changes in experimental reproduction of chicken infectious anemia. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 8 (3) 585-590.
  83. Y. Mahendra., T. Madhava Rao, A. Jagadeesh Babu, B. Sreedevi and S. Someshwar Goud (2019) A study on the Antimicrobial Resistance Patterns of Listeria monocytogenes isolated from milk and Chicken meat. Journal of Animal Health, Production and Technology, Vol 3 (1) : 39-45.
  84. Divya, M., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Srilatha Ch (2019) Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Antimicrobial Resistance of Enterobacteriaceae Isolated from Free Range Chicken in Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 8 (12) : 2568-2576.
  85. K. Harish., A. Jagadeesh Babu, T. Madhava Rao and B. Sreedevi ( 2019) A study on the antimicrobial resistant patterns and molecular characterization of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from milk. The Pharma innovation Journal 8 (8):160-168.
  86. Divya, M., Sreedevi, B., Chaitanya, R.K., and Srilatha Ch (2020) Detection of extended spectrum Beta lactamase producing Enterobacteriaceae in Desi Chicken in Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Animal Research 10 (2) : 195-198.

Research Projects :

S.No. Title of the Project Institution Period
1 State Plan Project on Sero-Epidemiology isolation and characterization of chicken infectious anemia (Co-PI) ANGRAU, Hyderabad 2004-06
2 Etio therapeutic aspects of Mastitis with special reference to “Refractory Mastitis” in cattles (Co-PI) ANGRAU, Hyderabad 2004-06
3 Development, standardization and field evaluation of thermostable New castle disease vaccine strains for use in village chickens (PI) DBT, New Delhi 2010-2013
4 Isolation and Characterization of lytic bacteriophages with special reference to therapeutic application in buffalo (Co-PI) DBT, New Delhi 2011-2014
5 Minor Research Project- Production and application of chicken IgY Antibodies for passive immunization (PI) SVVU, Tirupati 2016-2018
6 Identification and evaluation of novel biomarkers for diagnosing bovine uterine Neoplasia (Co-PI) DBT, New Delhi 2017-2019

Professional Memberships :

  • Life member of Indian Society of Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology, Chennai, India
  • Life member of Indian association of Veterinary Microbiologists, Immunologists and specialists in infectious diseases, IVRI, India
  • Life member of Association of Public Health Veterinarians, Kolkatta, India
  • Life Member of Veterinary Council of India
  • Life Member of Andhra Pradesh Veterinary Council, India
  • Life Member of National Academy of Veterinary Sciences, India
  • Life member of Indian Science Congress, Kolkatta, India
  • Life member of Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai, India
  • Life member of IAAVR, Bareilly, UP, India
  • Life member of Indian Buffalo Association, New Delhi, India

Visits to Foreign countries :

Name of the Training / Seminars Country Duration of visit
From To
XXII World Poultry Congress Istambul, Turkey 8th June, 2004 13th June, 2004
DBT overseas Associateship Ohio State University, Wooster, USA 13th January, 2006 13th January, 2007
XXIII World Poultry Congress Brisbane, Australia 30 th June, 2008 4th July, 2008
National Agricultural Innovative programme ICAR, New Delhi University of Georgia, Athens, USA 15th March, 2010 13th June, 2010
XXX World Poultry Congress Beijing, China 5th Sept, 2016 9th Sept, 2016

Significant Achievements :

  • Standardized immuno-diagnostic kits for the detection of Newcastle disease virus in poultry.
  • Standardized PCR and DNA probe methods for the early detection of M.tuberculosis complex organisms in clinical samples of cattle.
  • Investigated and identified the viral etiology of allergic mastitis (Ulcerative Mammillitis) as Bovine Herpes Virus for the first time in graded murrah buffaloes in Andhra Pradesh, India.
  • Anti-viral therapy with Acyclovir was evaluated for the first time and found to be effective in the treatment of ulcerative mammillitis of buffaloes
  • Studied the sero-epidemiology of brucellosis and Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh that has given an insight into the disease prevalence so as to take up the strategic control measures.
  • Studied the epidemiology of Bovine Microfilariasis in coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh and standardized different staining techniques for the detection of Bovine Microfilariasis suitable for field conditions.
  • Evaluated various commercially available IBD vaccines for their efficacy and to know their impact on RD immunity and justified the usage of live intermediate plus vaccines in the endemic areas of IBD.
  • Studied the epidemiology and hematological changes in chicken infectious anemia in commercial poultry flocks.
  • Phylogenetic of the Indian very virulent Infectious bursal disease viruses was made and compared with other vvIBD sequences of the world.
  • Conducted studies on single nucleotide polymorphisms in infectious bursal disease virus using Real Time PCR technique.
  • Anti-biotic resistance and probiotics for canines.