Bringing laurels to the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, a young scientist, Dr. Pervaiz Ahmad has been enlisted in the top two percent scientists of 2020 by Standford University.
Hailing from Payar village of South kashmir’s Pulwama district, Dr. Pervaiz completed his Masters degree in Botany from Jamia Hamdard university New Delhi and pursued his Phd from the prestigious IIT Delhi and Post Doc Fellowship From ICGEB (International Concil For Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology).
Talking to Kashmir Radar, Dr. Pervaiz said that he has published 175 International Research papers (according to Web of Science).
Moreover, he has also Published 60 Book Chapters including 25 books with international publishers like Elsevier, Springer, John Wiley etc.
Talking about Scientific citations, he said that “he has more than 10000 citations to his credit, with h-index=55 and i10-index=180.
Lets have a look on his Editorial board and experience with international journals:
Editorial board member in Journal of Plant Growth Regulations.
Associate Editor in journal, 3Biotech.
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Environmental and Experimental Botany.
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Journal of Plant Growth Regulations (Advances in Plant Hormone Research and Environmental Stress Tolerance)
Special issue Associate Editor of Journal of Plant Growth Regulations (Phytohormones of Isoprenoid Origin and their Role in Plants)
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Physiologia Plantarum (Heavy Metal Sequestration Mechanisms in plants and soil depollution.
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Physiologia Plantarum (Understanding Drought Tolerance in Plant Retrospect and Prospect).
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Plants Basel (Biochar for the Mitigation of Environmental Stresses and Enhancement of Crop Production).
Special issue Guest Associate Editor of Journal of Hazardous Materials (Metalloids in Plant Biology: New Avenues in their Research.
It is pertinent to mention that this list has been compiled by Stanford University on the basis of “multiple citation indicators and their composite across scientific disciplines.”
With inputs from Rouf Raaif, Associate Editor education category, The Kashmir Radar.