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Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay

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Assistant Professor
Industrial Safety & Environment Group

       
B.Sc (First class with Honours in Physiology:  Calcutta University, West Bengal);
M.Sc. (Physiology First Class with specialization: Sports & Exercise Physiology : Calcutta University,WB
Ph.D. (Faculty of Life Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab)
 



Area of Expertise

Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering

  • Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering
  • Accredited Sports and Exercise physiologist 
  • Sports & Excercise psychophysiology 
  • Nutrition, Health and Fitness 
  • Stress & Lifestyle Management
  • Human Resource Management
     
    Sports and Exercise Physiology

  • Accredited Sports and Exercise Physiologist; worked at the National Institute of Sports, Patiala for 14 years. Head of the Department of Sports & Exercise Physiology from October 2002 to May 2006.
  • Conducted more than fifteen thousand cardiopulmonary testing on elite Indian athletes and others and provided complete physiological backup to the national athletes.

Sports & Exercise Psychophysiology

  • Attended a one-month training programme on Sports Psychophysiology at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia from 5th May to 3rd June 1999.  Also trained at the Australian Institute of Sports, Canberra, Australia, during this period, under Professor Gershon Tenenbaum, the then Secretary General, International Association of Sports Psychologists;
  • co-authored four scientific papers in the area of Sports & Exercise Psychophysiology.

Nutrition, Health and Fitness

  • Providing tailor-made individualized exercise, fitness programmes and nutritional support and acting as a Programme Coordinator at the Health, Fitness and Lifestyle Management Facility at NITIE, Mumbai since August 2007.
  • Provided complete nutritional backup to the elite Indian national level athletes. Part of a three member committee to oversee the nutritional and dietetic aspects of the International mess at National Institution of Sports, Patiala.
  • Conducted and co-supervised two doctoral level research projects on energy consumption and expenditure patterns in elite sports persons.
  • Formulated exercise prescriptions and fitness programmes to national level athletes and others at the National Institute of Sports, Patiala.


Stress & Lifestyle Management

  • Independently conducted a five-day Management Development Program (MDP) on Fitness, stress and Lifestyle Management in October 2007 at NITIE, Mumbai.
  • Supervising two doctoral level research projects on the effects of stress on human health.
  • A core group member of Corporate Health, Fitness, Performance and Lifestyle Management Services at NITIE.

Human Resource Development

  • Ergonomics and human factors engineering
  • Human Physiology with specialization in Sports & Exercise Physiology
  • Physical Work environment, Work study and work systems design
  • Industrial safety & environment  management

Projects

Research interest

  • Sports & Exercise Physiology
  • Work Physiology & Ergonomics / Human factors Engineering
  • Exercise Psychophysiology
  • Health, Fitness Re& Lifestyle Management
  • Occupational ergonomics: workplace design and manual material handling.
  • Stress Management
  • Ergonomics of women at work and at home

Research Guidance  (PhD/Doctoral Level)

  • Project entitled, “ A comparison of Aerobic Fitness and Cardiopulmonary Recovery Patterns in Selected Groups of Elite Indian Athletes”, was carried out by Ms. Sukhjinder under joint guidance and supervision of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay and Prof. (Dr.) S. K. Verma, Professor, Dept. of Physiotherapy and Sports Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala. Thesis was submitted in October 2005. PhD Degree awarded in June, 2006.
  • Project entitled, “Effects of Different types of Recovery Interventions on Various Physiological parameters in Active Sports Men”, being carried out by Mr.S. Kulandaivelan. Registered for PhD in 2005, under joint guidance and supervision of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay and Prof. (Dr.) S. K. Verma, Professor, Dept. of Physiotherapy and Sports Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala
  • Project entitled, “An Epidemiological Study of the Fitness Levels of Indian Sedentary Males”, is being carried out by Ms. Sanchita Ghosh and registered for PhD under joint guidance and supervision of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Tusharkanti Ghosh, Professor, Department of Human Physiology with Community Health, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal.
  • Proposed project entitled, “ A comparison of oxidative stress, apoptosis & immunological status in different groups of men and women with special reference to their fitness level & work place stress”, by Ms. Tania Chakraborty for the fellow (doctoral) programme at NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and  guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE
  • Proposed project entitled, “ A study of the occupational health hazards with special reference to psychophysiological problems in pre and postmenopusal women employees”, by Ms. Vasundhara Pandey for the fellow (doctoral) programme at NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and  guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE

Research Guidance (PhD/Doctoral Level: Sponsored by Sports Authority of India)

  • Project entitled, “A comparison of Aerobic Fitness and Cardiopulmonary Recovery Patterns in selected groups of elite Indian Athletes”, by Ms. Sukhjinder, Sports Science Fellowship awardee, 2002-2004, has been successfully carried out under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • Project entitled, “ Relationship between Pulmonary Status, Body Dimensions and Physiological Fitness Levels of Different Groups of Athletes”, by Ms. Monica Sood, , Sports Science Fellowship awardee, 2003-2005, has been successfully carried out under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay
  • Project entitled, "Physiological Effects of Yogic Exercises on Sports Persons”, by Ms. Jaskiran Kaur, Sports Science Fellowship awardee, 2000-2001, was carried out under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • Project entitled, "Body Composition, Nutritional Status and Energy Expenditure Profile of Sportsman in Some Specific High Performance Sports", by Mr. Gopinath Ghosh, M.Sc. (Physiology), Sports Science Fellowship awardee, 1997-99, was carried out and completed under the co-supervision and co-guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • Sports Science Fellowship project entitled, "Anaerobic Threshold and Oxygen Consumption as a Measure of Training Status in Female Athletes", of Ms Ajita, M.Sc. (Sports Science), Sports Science Research Fellow, 1996-'98, Dept. of Physiology, SAI, NS NIS Patiala, has been taken up and successfully concluded by the Department under the joint guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • Project entitled, "Energy Intake and Output Patterns of Sports Women in some Specific High Performance Sports", of Ms Madhu Jain, M.Sc.(Nutrition), Sports Science Fellowship awardee, 1997-98, was taken up under the co-supervision and co-guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay.

Research Guidance (M.Sc. Dissertation Level)

  • Masters’ Course Dissertation thesis entitled, " Effect of Six weeks Endurance Training Programme on Certain Selected Physiological and Physical Determinants in Hockey", of Shri Varinder Singh Parihar, for the partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Sports Coaching, of Punjabi University, Patiala, was taken up by the Department under the co-guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay, in 1995-97.
  • Masters’ Course Dissertation thesis entitled, " Effect of Rapid Weight Reduction on Wrestling Performance", of Shri Manjush, for the partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Science in Sports Coaching, of Punjabi University, Patiala, was taken up by the Department under the co-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, in 2003-05.
  • M.Sc. dissertation project entitled, “A comparison of Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption Levels and Recovery Patterns in Different Groups of Elite athletes”, of Ms.Neha Chitkara for the partial fulfillment of Master of Science in Sports Sciences of Punjabi University, Patiala, was taken up by the Department under the co-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, in 2003-05.
  • M.Sc. dissertation project entitled, “Comparison of Pulmonary Capacities between Sports Persons and sedentary Individuals of Punjab”, of Ms.Priyanka for the partial fulfillment of Master of Science in Sports Sciences of Punjabi University, Patiala, was taken up by the Department under the co-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, in 2003-05.

 

Research Guidance (Post Graduate Diploma Level: Diploma in Ergonomics, NITIE, Mumbai)

 

  • Project entitled, “An Ergo-evaluation of certain selected processes in a Coke Plant”, of Mr. Bhagwat Singh for the  partial fulfillment of diploma in Ergonomics (2006),  NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.
  • Project entitled, “Design of Work Environment for the Fabrication Unit at Featherlite Office Systems Bangalore”, of Mr. M. R. Prabhushankar for the  partial fulfillment of diploma in Ergonomics (2006),  NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.
  • Project entitled, “ Ergonomics assessment of control pulpits in rail and structural mill of Bhilai steel plant”, of Mr. A.K. Jaiswal for the  partial fulfillment of diploma in Ergonomics (2006),  NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint- supervision and joint-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.
  • Project entitled, “ Ergonomics evaluation of hearth men of blast furnaces of Bhilai steel plant ”, of Mr. P. Chaudhary for the  partial fulfillment of diploma in Ergonomics (2006),  NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint- supervision and joint-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.
  • Project entitled, “ An ergonomic evaluation of certain selected processes in coke oven batteries of Bhilai steel plant ”, of Mr. A.K. Chatterjee for the  partial fulfillment of diploma in Ergonomics (2006),  NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint- supervision and joint-guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.

Research Guidance (Under Graduate Diploma Level: Diploma in Sports Coaching, Sports Authority of India, National Institute of Sports, Patiala)

  • A project entitled, "Physiological Demands of Singles Badminton", was completed in May 2000, by Mr. Raj Saraswat, student of Diploma in Sports Coaching under the principal guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • A Review Project entitled, "Physiological Requirements of Football Players", was completed in May 2000, by Mr. N. Stalin J. Kumar, student of Diploma in Sports Coaching under the principal guidance of Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • A supervision and guidance was offered to a joined project taken up with the department of Fencing, entitled, “Physique and body composition of Indian Fencers”, by Mr. Amitabh Kumar, trainee of Diploma in Sports Coaching was completed in March 2003, under the principal supervision and guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay.
  • A review project entitled, “Applied Physiology of Cycling”, was taken up by Mr. A. Singh, Diploma course trainee in Cycling, in 2002, under the guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay

On-Going Sponsored Research Projects

  • Project entitled, “An Epidemiological Study of the Fitness Levels of Indian Sedentary Males”, has been jointly taken up by  Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, and Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay. The project is sponsored by TIFAC-CORE ( Technology and information forecasting and assessment, Centre of relevance & excellence) under mission reach, Govt. of India.

Institutional project

  • Proposed project entitled, “ A comparison of oxidative stress, apoptosis & immunological status in different groups of men and women with special reference to their fitness level & work place stress”, by Ms. Tania Chakraborty for the fellow (doctoral) programme at NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and  guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE
  • Proposed project entitled, “ A study of the occupational health hazards with special reference to psychophysiological problems in pre and postmenopusal women employees”, by Ms. Vasundhara Pandey for the fellow (doctoral) programme at NITIE, Mumbai, under the joint supervision and  guidance of Dr. Suman Mukhopadhyay, Assistant Professor, NITIE and Prof. (Dr.) Amitabha De, Professor Incharge, Physical Ergonomics Laboratory & Coordinator TIFAC-CORE, NITIE.

Publications
  • Laroia Ajita, Iqbal R, Mukhopadhyay S, Jain Madhu and Ghosh A K.  “The Aerobic Capacity and Anaerobic Threshold Level of Indian Senior and Junior Female Hockey Players”. Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 2, 76 - 82, 1998.
  • Khan H A, Khan Manoranjini and Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Psychophysiological Changes in National Athletes Following High Altitude Training”. SAI Scientific Journal, Vol. 21 (2), 20 -30, 1998.
  • Gupta Subir, Goswami Asis and Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Heart Rate and Blood Lactate in 400 M Flat and 400 M Hurdle Running : A Comparative Study”. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol, 43 (3), 361 - 366, 1999.
  • Iqbal R, Soni V K, Sharma N, Mukahopadhyay Suman and Ghosh A K.  “Heart rate and blood lactate response in limited over cricket match”.   Sports Authority of India Scientific Journal,  23 (2) : 21-31,  2000.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, L. S. Sidhu and S. K. Verma. “A Comparison of Selected Cardiopulmonary Responses of the Elite Indian Combative Sports Disciplines of Kabaddi, Judo and Boxing”. The Anthropologist. 3 (2), 1- 7, 2001.
  • A. K. Ghosh and Suman Mukhopadhyay. “Energy cost of female field hockey”. Sports Authority of India Scientific Journal,  24 (3) : 13-20,  2001.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, S. K. Verma and L. S. Sidhu.  “A Comparison of Cardiopulmonary Responses of Elite Indian Distance Athletes with Certain Selected Elite Power Event Groups”.  The Journal of Human Ecology, 2001.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, L. S. Sidhu and S. K. Verma. “A Comparison of Selected Cardiopulmonary Responses of the Elite Indian Combative Sports Disciplines of Kabaddi, Judo and Boxing”. Anthropologist. 3 (2), 1- 7, 2001.
  • Kaur Jaskiran, Mishra Chandrakant, Mukhopadhyay Suman and Verma S. K., “Effects of Four Weeks of Yogic Exercises on Certain Selected Physiological Parameters in Women”. Anthropologist, 3 (4) :269-273, 2001.
  • A. K. Ghosh, P. K. Bhandari, M. Sharma and S. Mukhopadhyay, “Physiological Analysis of Some Specific Badminton Strokes”. Journal of Sports and Sports Sciences,  25 (2) : 5-10,  2002.
  • Mukherjee Swaroop, Mukhopadhyay Suman and Ghosh Ashok Kumar, “Physiological Profile of Child Footballers”. Journal of Sports and Sports Sciences, 27 (2): 5 –12, 2004.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Sukhjinder, Sidhu L S and Verma S K. “The Kinetics of Cardiopulmonary Dynamics During Recovery following Maximal Exercise”. Journal of Exercise Science and Physiotherapy, 1 (1 & 2), 2005.
  • Sukhjinder, Mukhopadhyay Suman, Sood Monika and Verma S K. “Aerobic Fitness and Recovery Cardiopulmonary Dynamics: A Comparison Between Sprinters and Long-Distance Athletes”. Journal of Sports and Sports Sciences, 28(1) 27 – 34, 2005.
  • Sukhjinder, Mukhopadhyay Suman, Sood Monika and Verma Satish Kumar. “ Aerobic Fitness and Recovery Cardiopulmonary Dynamics: A Comparison Between Combat and Non – Combat Athletes”. Bangladesh Journal of Sports Science, Bangladesh, June, 2005.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Sukhjinder, Sood Monika, Kumar Dinesh and Kumar, Amitabh. “Physiological Demands of Fencing During Epee”. The International Journal of Sports and Sports Sciences, Korea, 2006.  [Under Revision].
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Ghosh Sanchita and Amitabha De. “The concept of VO2 max: Classical Versus Contemporary: A review”. Proceedings of International Conference in Frontier Research in Physiology (ICFRIP), Kolkata, 8th – 10th January, 2007 (in print).
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Chitkara Neha , Ajita and Mokha Rupinder. “Comparison of Aerobic Fitness, Excess Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) and Recovery Patterns of Different Groups of Sub-Elite Sports Persons”. Proceedings of International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, (in print)  2007.
  • Chakraborty Tania, Khanna G.L & Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Relationship between Endogenous Estrogen Levels and Cardiopulmonary Functioning In Female Athletes, In Different Phases of the Menstrual Cycle”. Proceedings of International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, 2007 9in print).
  • Ghosh Sanchita, Mukhopadhyay Suman, De Amitabha and Ghosh Tushar Kanti. “A Comparison of Cardiopulmonary Fitness Levels & Recovery Responses amongst Sedentary Indian Males & Females”. Proceedings of International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, 2007 (in print).

 


Teaching and Training

(Total Teaching and Research Experience: 15 years: 13 years of post graduate teaching)

  • Scientific Officer, Sports Authority of India, National Institute of Sports, Patiala, 1992-2006
  • Accredited teacher for:
    M.Sc in Sports Coaching,
    Post graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine (DSM),
    M.Sc. in Sports Sciences (Punjabi University, Patiala),
    Diploma in Sports Coaching.
    Industrial Environment and safety Management
    Electives in Fellow Programme of NITIE

MDP/UBP
 

  • Work study for Higher productivity (MDP:13th -17th November, 2006)
    Health, Fitness and Lifestyle Management (MDP:1st -5th October, 2007)
    Ergonomics (UBP: 20th & 21st December, 2007 at Mahindra & Mahindra)

  • Administrative Positions held at NITIE
    Programme Coordinator at the Health, Fitness and Lifestyle Management Facility
    at NITIE


Conferences and Seminars

  • Participated in the scientific deliberations of the 1st Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India.  17th and 18th November, 1989. Calcutta, India.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman and Chatterjee Satipati. “Body Weight and Physical Fitness of Bengal Athletes of 6 feet”. Presented at the 4th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India.  27th and 28th November, 1992. Kalyani, West Bengal,  India.
  • Goswami A, Gupta S and Mukhopadhyay S  “An Analysis of Upper Body Muscle Involvement in Overhead Forehand Clear and Smash in Badminton”.  Accepted for presentation at the 1st World Congress of Science and Racket Sports. 10th - 13th July, 1993. Liverpool, England.
  • Khan H A, Mukhopadhyay Suman and Khan Manoranjini. “Relationship Between Physiological Capacities and Neuropsychological Capabilities of Indian National Athletes”. Accepted for presentation at the 10th Commonwealth and International Conference. 10th - 14th August, 1994. Victoria, Canada.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Khan H A and Khan Manoranjini. “Effect of High Altitude Training on Psycho-physiological Functioning of Indian National Athletes”. Accepted for presentation at the 10th Commonwealth and International Conference. 10th - 14th August, 1994. Victoria, Canada.\
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Comparison of Respiratory Capacities of Adolescents of High Altitudes and Plains”.  Presented at the 82nd Indian Science Congress. 3rd - 8th January, 1995. Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Goswami Asis and Iqbal Rauf. “The Pulmonary Volumes : How Well are They Correlated with Each Other and with Maximum Aerobic Capacity in the Elite Athlete”. Presented at the 83rd Indian Science Congress. 3rd - 8th January, 1995. Punjabi University, Patiala, India.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Comparison of Selected Cardiorespiratory Functions in the Elite and Junior Athletes of India”.  Presented at the International scientific Sports Congress and Sports Goods Exhibition. 23rd - 25th January, 1996. Bangalore, India.
  • Khan H A, Mukhopadhyay Suman and Khan Manoranjini. “Psychophysiological Changes in the National Athletes following High Altitude Training”.  Presented at the Sports Psychology Section of the 26th International Congress of Psychology.  16th - 21st August, 1996.  Montreal, Canada.
  • Iqbal Rauf, Laroia Ajita and Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Effect of 4 Weeks Altitude Training on Selected Cardiovascular Responses of Indian Junior National Athletes”. Presented at the 84th Indian Science Congress. 3rd - 8th January, 1997. Delhi University, New Delhi, India.
  • A. K. Ghosh, S. Mukhopadhyay, R. Iqbal and G. Ghosh. “Physiological Responses during Actual and Simulated Rowing”.  Accepted for oral presentation in the 2000 Pre-Olympic Congress, Brisbane, Australia, 2000.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman.  “Recent Trends in Exercise Testing and Interpretation : Modern day Perspectives of the Exercise Physiologist”.  Invitation lecture presented at the Symposium on Sports and Exercise Physiology, 3rd Congress of Federation of Indian Physiological Societies. 24th - 26th November, 2000, Calcutta, India.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Verma S K and Sidhu L S. “A Comparison of Selected Cardiopulmonary Responses of the Elite Indian Combative Sports Disciplines of Kabaddi, Judo and Boxing”. Presented at the session on Sports & Exercise Physiology, 3rd Congress of Federation of Indian Physiological Societies. 24th - 26th November, 2000, Calcutta, India.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, L. S. Sidhu and S. K. Verma.  “A Comparison of Cardiopulmonary Responses of Elite Indian Distance Athletes with Certain Selected Elite Power Event Groups”.  Presented at the National Conference on, “Science of Man in the Service of Man”.  Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, New Delhi, March 1 - 2,  2001.
  • A. K. Ghosh and Suman Mukhopadhyay, “Applied physiological Aspects of Amateur Boxing”,  accepted for presentation at the Asia-Pacific Rim Conference on Exercise and Sports Sciences, 5th - 8th July, 2001, Seoul, Korea.
  • A. K. Ghosh and Suman Mukhopadhyay, “VO2 kinetics and Blood Lactate Responses During Simulated  and Actual Rowing”, accepted for oral presentation at the 6th IOC World Congress on Sports Sciences, to have been held at Salt Lake City, USA, form 16th to 22nd November, 2001.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, “Modern Trends in Physiological Testing and Interpretation : Training Implications for Performance Enhancement”. Third Annual Conference of the West Bengal Association of Sports Medicine, “SPORTMEDCON 2002”, Kolkata, 12th and 13th January, 2002.
  • Suman Mukhopadhyay, “Modern Trends in Exercise Physiology : Concepts and Controversies Regarding Performance Enhancement”, accepted for oral presentation at the 13th Annual Conference of the Physiological Society of India, Kolkata, West Bengal, 23rd and 24th February, 2002.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Sukhjinder and Verma S K. “A Comparison of Aerobic Fitness and Cardiopulmonary Recovery Patterns Between Combat and Non-Combat Athletes”. Presented at the 91st Session of the Indian Science Congress, January 3rd to 7th, 2004, Punjab University, Chandigarh.
  • Sukhjinder, Mukhopadhyay Suman, and Verma S K. “A Comparison of Aerobic Fitness and Cardiopulmonary Recovery Patterns Between Aerobic and Anaerobic group Athletes”. Presented at the 91st Session of the Indian Science Congress, January 3rd to 7th, 2004, Punjab University, Chandigarh.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Ghosh Sanchita, Ghosh Tushar Kanti, V Sudharani, Savanur Chitrangada, Dhar Urmi and De Amitabha. “Recovery cardiopulmonary dynamics in young Indian adult males”. XIII th Physiological Society of India Conference, Presidency College, Kolkata, 8th -10th December, 2006
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Ghosh Sanchita, Ghosh Tushar Kanti, V Sudharani, Savanur Chitrangada, Dhar Urmi and De Amitabha. “Aerobic Fitness Levels of Young Indian Adults Revisited”. XIII th Physiological Society of India Conference, Presidency College, Kolkata, 8th -10th December, 2006
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Lal, Priti Rishi, Chakraborty Tania, Ghosh Sanchita, Sukhjinder,  Sood Monika, Kumar Dinesh, Kumar Amitabh, De Amitabha. “Energy Expenditure Patterns During Fencing with ‘EPEE’”. IV th Conference of FIPS (Federation of Indian Physiological Societies),DIPAS (Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences), New Delhi, 11th -13th January, 2007
  • Ghosh Sanchita, Mukhopadhyay Suman, Ghosh Tushar Kanti and De Amitabha. “Aerobic fitness and motor ability related fitness: are they correlated?”. IV th Conference of FIPS (Federation of Indian Physiological Societies),DIPAS (Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences), New Delhi, 11th -13th January, 2007
  • Lal P R, Mukhopadhyay Suman and Siddhu A. “Energy requirements of Elite Indian women hockey players”. IV th Conference of FIPS (Federation of Indian Physiological Societies),DIPAS (Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences), New Delhi, 11th -13th January, 2007.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Ghosh Sanchita and Amitabha De. “The concept of VO2 max: Classical Versus Contemporary: A review”. International Conference in Frontier Research in Physiology (ICFRIP), Kolkata, 8th – 10th January, 2007.
  • Mukhopadhyay Suman, Chitkara Neha , Ajita and Mokha Rupinder. “Comparison of Aerobic Fitness, Excess Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) and Recovery Patterns of Different Groups of Sub-Elite Sports Persons”. International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, 2007.
  • Chakraborty Tania, Khanna G.L & Mukhopadhyay Suman. “Relationship between Endogenous Estrogen Levels and Cardiopulmonary Functioning In Female Athletes, In Different Phases of the Menstrual Cycle”. International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, 2007.
  • Ghosh Sanchita, Mukhopadhyay Suman, De Amitabha and Ghosh Tushar Kanti. “A Comparison of Cardiopulmonary Fitness Levels & Recovery Responses amongst Sedentary Indian Males & Females”. International Ergonomics Conference (HWWE), Bhopal, 10th -12th December, 2007.


    Awards and Honours

    • Recipient of the National Scholarship Award from the Government of India, during the tenure of M.Sc. classes, based on B.Sc. (Honours.) results.
    • Recipient of the Free Studentship Scholarship Award from the University of Calcutta, during the tenure of M.Sc. classes, based on B.Sc. (Honours.) results.
    • Founder Member of Exercise Fitness and Health Alliance (EFHA)
    • Sectional Editor of Sports and Exercise Physiology of the Journal of Exercise Science and Physiotherapy, an official publication of EFHA.

 Professional Associations

  • Life Member, Indian Science Congress Association
  • Life Member, Physiological Society of India
  • Life Member, Indian Society of Ergonomics

Elected, Member of The sectional Committee of the section of Medical Sciences (including Physiology), in the Indian Science Congress Association, for 2004-2005.

Founder Member of Exercise Fitness and Health Alliance (EFHA)
Sectional Editor of Sports and Exercise Physiology of the Journal of Exercise Science and Physiotherapy, an official publication of EFHA.

Universities & Institutions (Academic Involvements) 
   

  • Approved teacher for Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environment Management  PGDIESM), for Work Physiology and Anthropometry at the National Institute of Industrial   Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai
  • Approved teacher for Diploma in Ergonomics (D.Erg.), for Work and Exercise Physiology,  Applied Anthropometry and Fitness and Lifestyle Management at the National Institute of  Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai
  • Approved PhD supervisor for Department of Physiotherapy and Sports Sciences, Punjabi University, Patiala
  • Approved PhD supervisor for Department of Physiology with Community Health, Vidyasagar  University, Midnapore, West Bengal
  • Approved postgraduate teacher of Physiology, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, for Masters of Science (MSc.) in Sports Coaching. (Approved postgraduate course, affiliated to Punjabi  University, Patiala, Punjab, India).
  • Approved postgraduate examiner in Physiology, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, for Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Sports Coaching. (Approved postgraduate course, affiliated to Punjabi university, Patiala, Punjab, India)
  • Approved postgraduate teacher and  examiner in Physiology, for Diploma in Sports Medicine (DSM). (Approved postgraduate course, recognized by the Medical Council of India and affiliated to Baba Farid University of Medical Sciences, Faridkot, Punjab, India).
  • Approved postgraduate paper setter and examiner for Guru Nanak Dev University, for Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, for Masters Course in Sports Physiotherapy. (Approved postgraduate course of Guru Nanak Dev           University,  Amritsar, Punjab, India)
  • Approved lecturer and examiner in Exercise Physiology for Diploma in Sports Coaching, conducted by Sports Authority of India, National Institute of Sports, Patiala, Punjab, India. 

My Family


Father :  Physician; retired chief medical officer, Ex-army medical officer.
Mother:  Home maker ; MA in Philosophy
Sister  :  Medical Officer specialized in public health & skin. Working in Kolkata Corporation

Wife   :  Also a Physiologist; Ex-Senior Lecturer, SNDT University, Mumbai; 
            Presently Group Lead, Data Analyst, Cognizent (India) Pvt., Ltd., Mumbai.

Son    :  Student of class VI, KVS, I.I.T. Powai, Mumbai.


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