Institute of Environment & Sustainable Development, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India; Integrative Plant-Microbial Systems Lab
Rama Kant Dubey is coordinating the Integrative Plant-Microbial Systems Lab. He has received his doctoral degree from the Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, UP, India. His key research areas are Plant-microbe interaction, Agricultural Sustainability, Biological inoculum applications, soil nutrient dynamics, soil CO2 efflux, and degraded land restoration. Currently, He is operational to explore rhizospheric plant-microbe interaction and its utilization for carbon capture and soil system sustainability under ambient and warming climate. He has received AMI Young Scientist (AMI, India ) and Green Talent Award (BMBF, Germany ). He is a young scientist invitee by The World Academy of Science and recipient of the AU-CBT Excellence Award, NASI-Swarn Jayanti Puraskar’ from the Biotech Research Society of India and the National Academy of Sciences, India. He has also received 8 best paper presentation awards from prestigious national and international organizations. Dr. Dubey has been serving as a active member for the prestigious national and international environmental organizations like BRSI, AMI, ISEB, ISCA, CEM-IUCN, AAAS, APN, ISRR, GSBI, ISDS and Honorary Life Member of Asian PGPR Society of Sustainable Agriculture, working for the global sustainable development, better ecosystem services and human well being.