About Me

Welcome to Microbeonline.com. I am Tankeshwar Acharya. I am as working as a lecturer and Microbiologist at Department of Microbiology and Immunology,  Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Lalitpur, Nepal.about me

My life partner Nisha Rijal is supporting me for the maintenance and moderation of this website.  She is working as a  Microbiologist in National Public Health Laboratory , National reference laboratory of government of Nepal.

I have completed my Masters (M.Sc)  in Medical Microbiology with distinction (80.1%) from Tribhuvan University Nepal, which is the largest and oldest University of Nepal.

During off hours at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, I taught/guide students of Masters in Medical Microbiology  at  National College.

Blogging is my passion, I started blogging in 2008.   I have  co-founded Nepal’s first comprehensive educational portal: edusanjal.com, which is now Nepal’s No. 1 Educational website and helps hundred thousands of  Nepalese students about college/course guidance and provides them regular updates about scholarships, educational events, education news etc for which in 2011 i got World Summit Youth Award for the Category Education for All

I am planning for my PhD study. I will appreciate if you sponsor me for PhD or send an invitation to join as PhD student at your esteemed university. My research interest includes but not limited to Host Pathogen-interaction, Immune defense mechanism, Microbial drug resistance.

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12 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Tankeshwar,

    You have a stellar website! Thanks so much for providing a great resource for other microbiology students.


  2. Tankeshwar Acharya

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    Dear basem muammar and Donovvan, thank you so much for your inspiring comments. I will try my best to make it useful website.

  3. what an awesome detailed website and information. I teach hair care and this is phenomenal info for my student to read and study and
    use as reference and its easy to understand thanks…

  4. Hlo. I sonia garg human genetics student i have to work on micronucleus assay test on bone marrow samples of leukemia patient.
    I am working on fluorescent microscope. Can you plz guide what kind of fluorescent dye will be used and staining time and much more about this. Thank you

  5. Doing a great job for students and teachers as well.
    This site is surely amazing.
    I wanted to tell I’m was a average student in the starting of 2nd year until i found this site, now my mates are surely jealous of me and sshhhh.. I don’t want to tell them my secret.
    Thanks you.
    Also please make it simplied for the diagnosis as..
    O- oraganism
    P- pathogenicity

    For each and every bacteria. Bacteriology.
    It would be great help!

    Also do simplified Virology.

    Thank you ACharya. ???? keep the good work!

    1. Tankeshwar Acharya

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      Dear Faisal
      Thank you so much for your inspiring comment and this happiness. I am feeling awesome after knowing my work is improving your academic performance. I will try my best to implement the suggestion you have provided. Read well, keep in touch and keep suggesting.

  6. Cristiane Jacintho Ferreira

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    Hi,hello !
    Tankeshwar, My name is Cristiane and I don’t know if I am doing right to ask you this, I am not anstudent any more, I am just a house wife.
    I search the internet for answers but I never found any, so I am risking ask you, if you think it is not aproprieted just disregard it an do not take me wrong, sorry.
    My question is about garlic and mold.
    I am very fearful of coack roaches, but I hate poisoning my house too, so I discouver that the roaches hate garlic, than I got lots of glass botles with large openings and I put in it minced garlic and water, I put around the house in corners and near to places I’ve seen roaches( I’ve traveled and my husband toke care of the house by his self , he hate clean the kitchen) .
    The thing is , grow on top of the garlic, some very weird black mold, not all the botles but some of them, I am puzled because I never saw it before, it kind of foat on the water and under it are some pieces of the minced garlic.
    This mold is so thick loks like leather, black leather or black mushrooms.
    Can you tell me what is this ?
    I am sorry if it is not right, I’ve subscribed to your site but some thing went wrong and I just got this place to write.
    Thank you very much and congratulations for all you achievements !
    Cristiane J. Ferreira

    1. Tankeshwar Acharya

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      Dear Cristiane
      Thank you so much for your valuable time and sending us this unique problem/comment to solve. I read your comment and i liked your enthusiasm and the efforts you have done to get rid of cockroaches. Instead of using pesticides, you are trying something organic, that sounds great. Did you get rid of cockroaches? Regarding the growth of fungi, there are various types of fungi which can grow on such conditions and can give black colored colonies. They may be any of
      Aspergillus,Penicillium, Fusarium or Cladosporium or any others too. Mycologist have to study its colony morphology, pigementation, arrangements of hyphae and spores (by microscopy) to identify exactly the name of the mold/fungi involved in your case. Sorry, i could not give you exact answer, if you are keen to know that species, i request you to visit nearby laboratory where fungal culture facilities is available, they will help you in this regard. Wishing you great time ahead,thank you for the question and the wish.

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