Dr. Ajay Prakash Pasupulla, a distinguished figure in the realms of oral and maxillofacial pathology, cancer epidemiology, and molecular biology, has garnered widespread acclaim for his ground breaking contributions to scientific research. Hailing from Vijayawada, India, Dr. Prakash’s journey into academia and clinical practice has been marked by a relentless pursuit of knowledge and innovation.

Born into a family with a strong academic background, Dr. Prakash was deeply influenced by his father, P.S. Rama Murthy, a government police officer, and his mother, P.S. Uma Rani, a dedicated homemaker. Married to Dr. Sushma Bushan, a dentist and nutritionist, Dr. Prakash’s familial environment fostered a passion for intellectual inquiry from an early age.

Under the Guidance of Professor B. Sivapathasundharam and under mentorship of Professor Anjali A. Karande at the esteemed Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, Dr. Prakash delved into pioneering research on P53 expression in head and neck cancer, focusing on the intricate biochemical mechanisms underlying this disease. Additionally, his collaboration with Dr. GV Rao Chief staff Scientist, at the Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) led to significant advancements in DNA profiling techniques, particularly in the context of for Amelogenin gene typing and HLA DQ gene typing, human dental pulp analysis.

In 2001, Dr. Prakash commenced his academic journey as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Dentistry at K.G.F University of Dental Sciences, where he made significant strides in the field of oral pathology and microbiology. His subsequent tenure at the Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences saw him delve into research on the forensic implications of heat on extracted teeth, alongside conducting meticulous immunohistochemical analyses of Langerhans cells in head and neck squamous cell carcinomas.

Dr. Ajay Prakash’s exemplary contributions have been duly recognized through numerous prestigious awards, including the esteemed 1st Best Scientific Paper Award in Amelogenin Gene at the 9th National Conference of Indian Academy of Oral Pathologists. He further received accolades such as the Dr. RM Mathur Best Publication Award for his ground. breaking research on HLADQ€ a Gene Marker for Human Identification.

Through his unwavering dedication to scientific inquiry and tireless pursuit of excellence, Dr. Ajay Prakash Pasupulla continues to inspire generations of researchers and clinicians, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of oral and maxillofacial pathology and molecular biology.

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