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PRAVIN PUNAMIYA
Earth and Environmental Studies Department Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ 07043 Phone: (973) 655-3457, FAX: (973) 655-6810
Education/Training

Ph.D. (Environmental Management) Best Doctoral Student Research Award
Thesis: Green remediation of veterinary antibiotics in soil-water systems.
Chair/Advisor: Dr. Dibyendu Sarkar
M.S. (Environmental Science and Engineering)
2008
Thesis: Novel colorimetric method overcoming phosphorus interference during trace arsenic
analysis in soil solutions.
Chair/Advisor
: Drs. Rupali Datta and Dibyendu Sarkar
M.S. (Environmental Science)
2005
Thesis: Study the effect of paraquat (a herbicide) on bio-pesticides and bio-fertilizers
Chair/Advisor
: Drs. Vikram Ghole and Satish Patil
B.S. (Microbiology)
Project: Hybridoma technology of antibody production
Chair/Advisor: Dr. Sneha Ogale
Funded grants
Research (External)
Geological Society of America Graduate Student Research Grant, 2009, $2390/1y
(Direct): Biogeochemical fate of a veterinary antibiotic in soil-water systems. (PI).
New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute Student Research Grant 2010, $
5000/1y (Direct): Green Remediation of Tetracycline in Soil-Water Systems (PI, Co-PI
Dr. Sarkar)
.
Research Interests
• Soil and groundwater quality and remediation • Investigation of geochemical fate, transport, bioavailability, and remediation of emerging inorganic and organic contaminants in water, soils and sediments • Application of Soil Chemistry, Plant Physiology, and Biochemistry in Environmental • Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry in Environmental Contamination Problems • Development of sustainable, low cost, and novel green technologies for remediation of Work Experience

Research Assistantships
Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ (2008-present)
• Participated in a team (10 + members) working on fate, transport, bioavailability, and remediation of arsenic, antimony, chromium, lead, and emerging contaminants (pharmaceuticals and hormones) in contaminated sites, and conducting empirical modeling and mechanistic studies to support the remedial investigation. • Involved in several environmental quality and remediation projects for USEPA, USDA, USGS- • Perform scientific environmental studies, typically in assessing environmental impacts and environmental sampling. Make soil and groundwater site investigations and risk-based corrective actions- Analyze test data; develop or prepare descriptive charts, figures or matrices; and prepare reports. • Soil, sediment, and water sampling, monitoring, analytical analysis, data analysis, results • Upkeep, troubleshooting, calibration, and maintenance of the analytical instrumentation • Train undergraduate/graduate students to familiarize themselves with protocols and • Helped students and faculty members in developing new methods on various analytical • Helped PI’s to establish brand new research laboratories and greenhouse • Oversee and train newer students to achieve chemical hygiene and chemical safety • Maintain laboratory in compliance with NJDEP, MSDS, NEPA and USEPA permits and QA/QC • Work with PIs/faculty/department chair on orders, purchasing, and billing • University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX (2006-2008) o Gained hands on experience with lab practices, such as sample collection and analysis, data acquisition, record keeping, data analysis, and report writing. o Design and developed various experimental designs and protocols
o Developed new method for As speciation using HPLC-ICP-MS coupling
o Calibrated, maintained, and performed troubleshooting for the instruments
o Successfully trained graduate and undergraduate students on analytical instruments
o Writing standard operating procedure/protocol for analytical instruments
o Performed analysis of water, sediments, and soil samples for RCRA 8
o Performed plant digestion and various extractions for analysis of As, Pb, and TNT
o Routine physico-chemical properties of water samples (pH, Ammonia, Phosphate,
Nitrate, Sulfate, Alkalinity, Hardness, COD, BOD, heavy metals/metalloids, and Total fecal coliforms) Teaching Assistantships
• Earth and Environmental Studies, Montclair State University o Teaching Assistant for PHMS-210-002-Introduction to Marine Sciences (Spring 2009)
o Teaching Assistant for PHMS-210-001-Introduction to Marine Sciences (Fall 2008)
• Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Texas at San Antonio o Instructor for ES 2023 001-Introduction to Environmental System II (Spring 2007)
o Instructor for ES 2013 002- Introduction to Environmental System I (Fall 2007)

Internship/Professional Experience

2008 to 2011
SIROM Scientific Solutions, LLC, Montclair, NJ • Involved in several remediation projects for Department of Defense, Department of Housing and Urban Development—Lead Technical Studies Program, and Navy • Responsibilities included experimental design for the projects, new remedial design, and • Assist with the technical/analytical aspects of projects. • Sample prep and analysis, experimental design, prototype design, report writing, etc. • Support in applicability of environmental regulations to specific industrial processes; preparation of various environmental remediation documents, writing research proposals, assessments and permit applications for regulatory approval. o A new method to clean up chromium enriched stormwater in Naval shipyards; o A new method to clean up chromium and metal enriched stormwater in Naval o A Novel Phytoremediation Method using Vetiver Grass to Cleanup Lead-Based Paint Contaminated Soils: Phase II – Field Study Environmental Research Scientist
2005 to 2006
Bund Garden-Waste Water Treatment Plant, Pune, India • Maintain laboratory in compliance with municipal and state regulations and perform • Collecting and testing water samples, designing and revamping production systems that are more environmentally friendly, and developing strategies for efficient waste disposal. • Method validation and method development for analysis of water samples. • Maintenance of treatment systems, reviewing, tabulating, and evaluating analytical Environmental Research Chemist
2004 to 2005
Warje-Drinking Water Treatment Plant, Pune, India • Collecting and testing water samples • Method validation and method development for analysis of water samples. • Developing strategies for efficient waste disposal. • Report preparation and data management. Journal Articles/Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., Rakshit, S., and Datta, R. (2013). Effectiveness of drinking
water treatments residuals as a sorbent to remove tetracycline from aqueous medium. Journal of Environmental Quality 42, 1449-1459 (doi:10.2134/jeq2013.03.0082). 2. Caporale, A., Punamiya, P., Pigna, M., Violante, A., and Sarkar, D. (2013). Effect of
particle size on arsenic sorption in water treatment residuals in the presence of competing ions. Journal of Haz. Materials 18, 260C:644-651. 3. Das, P., Sarkar, D., Makris, K.C., Punamiya, P., and Datta, R. (2013) Chaotropic
effectiveness of urea in enhancing the extractability of 2,4,6 Trinitrotoluene from chemically variant soils. Chemosphere (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.06.028). 4. Rakshit, S., Sarkar, D., Punamiya, P., and Datta, R. (2013) Kinetics of Oxytetracycline
Sorption on Magnetite, Int. Jour. of Env. Sci. and Technology, (DOI: 10.1007/s13762-013-0317-x) 5. Rakshit, S., Sarkar, D., Elzinga, E., Punamiya, P., and Datta, R. (2013) Mechanisms of
ciprofloxacin removal by nano-sized magnetite, Journal of Hazardous material, 227; 211-216 6. Datta, R., Das, P., Smith, S., Punamiya, P., Ramanathan, D., Reddy, R., and Sarkar, D.
(2013) Phytoremediation of tetracycline from aqueous media by vetiver grass [Chrysopogon
zizanioides (L.)], Intern. Jour. of Phytoremediation, 15:343–351
7. Rakshit, S., Sarkar, D., Punamiya, P., and Datta, R. (2011) Antimony sorption at gibbsite-
water interface, Chemosphere (2011) 84(4), 480-483 8. Wunderlich, S., Feldman, C., Latif, K., and Punamiya, P. (2011) Soil composition of
community gardens: Are there quality concerns? Food and Environment: The Quest for a Sustainable Future. Wessex Institute of Technology Press, UK, pp. 95-101. 9. Punamiya, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D., D., Barber, S., Patel. M. and Das P. (2010) Symbiotic
role of Glomus mosseae in phytoextraction of lead using vetiver grass. Journal of Hazardous material, (2010)177, 465-475. 10. Makris, K.C., Sarkar, D., Salazar, J., Punamiya, P. and Datta, R. (2010). Alternative
amendment for soluble removal of phosphorus from poultry litter. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 17(1):195-202. 11. Makris, K.C., Quazi, S., Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D. and Datta, R. (2008). Fate of Arsenic in
Swine waste of concentrated animal feeding operation. Journal of Environmental Quality (2008)37, 1626-1633 12. Makris, K.C., Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D. and Datta, R. (2008). Novel colorimetric method
overcoming phosphorus interference during trace arsenic analysis in soil solutions. The Analyst (2008)133, 191-196. 13. Datta, R., Sarkar, D., Punamiya, P., and Nagar, R. (2007). Response to letter to the editor
re: Datta et al., 2006 (Boyce et al.). Sci Total Environ.388 (2007)376-378. Technical Abstracts/ Paper-Presentations at Professional Meetings:
1. Panchoor, D., Punamiya, P., Therapong, C., Datta, R. and Sarkar, D. (2006). Effect of
Arsenical Pesticides on Antioxidant Enzymes in Rice: A Comparative Greenhouse Study using Organic and Inorganic Arsenical Pesticides. Agronomy Abstracts. 2. Punamiya, P., Makris, K.C., Datta, R. and Sarkar, D (2007) Low-Level Colorimetric
Determination of Arsenic in the Presence of Phosphorus in Soil Solutions. Agronomy Abstracts. 3. Das, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D., Makris, K.C., Ovuegbe, E., and Punamiya, P. (2007)
Chemically-Catalyzed Uptake of 2, 4, 6-Trinitrotoluene by Vetiver Grass (Vetiveria Zizanioides) In Soil. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, V.39, No.6. 4. Patel, M., Datta, R., Punamiya, P. and Sarkar, D (2007) Arsenic Distribution and
Localization in the Fronds of the Hyperaccumulator Fern Pteris vittata. Agronomy Abstracts. Quazi, S., Makris, K.C., Sarkar, D., Datta, R. and Punamiya, P. (2007) Geochemical fate
of arsenic in swine litter AGU, Abstract 88(52).
Punamiya, P., Patel. M., Datta, R. and Sarkar, D. (2008) Phytoextraction of lead in soil
using lead-accumulating grass (Vetiveria zizanioides) in the presence of beneficial
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. American Association of Petroleum Geologists
Punamiya, P., Datta, R., Patel. M., Sarkar, D. and Das P. (2008) Effect of arbuscular
mycorrhizal fungi on Cadmium uptake by Brassica juncea: An Incubation study. Agronomy
Abstracts.

Das, P., Makris, K.C., Sarkar, D., Datta, R. and Punamiya, P. (2008) TNT adsorption in
chemically variant soils: Preliminary studies. Agronomy Abstracts.
Patel, M., Datta, R., Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D. and Sahi, S. (2008) Antioxidative
responses and arsenic localization in the arsenic-hyperaccumulator Chinese brake fern
(Pteris vittata L.)Agronomy Abstracts.
10. Das, P., Makris, K.C., Datta, R., Sarkar, D. and Punamiya, P. (2008) Urea-Catalyzed
Extractability of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene from Contaminated Soils. American Association of Petroleum Geologists 11. Barber, S., Patel, M., Datta, R., Sarkar, D. & Punamiya, P. (2008) Effect of Glomus
mosseae on lead uptake by the Vetiveria Zizanioides. American Association of Petroleum Geologists 12. Punamiya, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D., Barber, S., Patel. M. and Das P. (2008) Symbiotic
role of Glomus mosseae in lead phytoextraction using vetiver grass. Geological Society of America Abstracts 13. Punamiya, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D. and Das P. (2008) Effect of Cadmium on antioxidant
enzymes in the presence of beneficial arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: An Incubation study using Brassica juncea (Indian mustard) Geological Society of America Abstracts 14. Punamiya, P., Makris, K.C., Sarkar, D. and Datta, R. (2008). An alternative, inexpensive
to determine arsenic in water and soil extracts in presence of phosphorus (Third Passaic River symposium held at Montclair State University, Montclair NJ.) 15. Punamiya, P., Barber, S., Das, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2009) Phytoextraction of
lead using a metal-accumulating grass (Vetiveria zizanioides) in the presence of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Glomus mosseae, HDC-SETAC meeting (awarded 2nd place in graduate student poster competition) 16. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., Datta, R., and Makris, K.C. (2009) Rapid and inexpensive
arsenic determination method in water and soil extracts in the presence of phosphorus, NJWEA, 94th annual meeting 17. Das, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D., Punamiya, P., and Makris, K.C. (2009)Chemically
enhanced phytoextraction of 2, 4, 6 trinitrotoluene (TNT) by Vetiver grass from a low organic matter containing soil, HDC-SETAC meeting (awarded 1st place in graduate student poster competition) 18. Punamiya, P., S., Sarkar, D., Das, P., and Datta, R. (2009) Oxytetracycline Adsorption
and Desorption by Drinking Water Treatment Residuals: Preliminary Results. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts. 19. Das, P., Punamiya, P., Datta, R., Sarkar, D., and Makris, K.C. (2009) Enhanced Uptake
and Biotransformation of 2, 4, 6-Trinitrotoluene (TNT) by Vetiver Grass (Vetiveria zizanioides L.) from Soil. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts. 20. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., Datta, R., and Das, P., (2009) Sorption of Oxytetracycline on
Drinking Water Treatment Residuals: Preliminary Results. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts 21. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2009) Aluminum Based Drinking Water
Treatments Residuals as a Novel Sorbent to Immobilize Oxytetracycline: Effects of Solution Properties. ACS Abstracts 22. Rakshit, S., Sarkar, D., and Punamiya, P. (2009) Oxytetracycline sorption on Magnetite.
23. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2010) Interaction and effect of solution
chemistry on sorption of oxytetracycline on Fe-based drinking-water treatment residuals. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings. 24. Datta, R., Smith, S., Das, P., Punamiya, P., Ramanathan, D., and Sarkar, D. (2010)
Uptake of Tetracycline from Hydroponic Systems by Vetiver Grass. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings 25. Rakshit, S., Punamiya, P., Datta, R., and Sarkar, D. (2010) Sorption of oxytetracycline on
magnetite-water interface. Goldschmidt Abstracts. 26. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2011) Green Remediation of Tetracyclines in
Soil-Water Systems. New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute Symposium 27. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2011) Sorption of Tetracycline of Al-based
Drinking Water Treatment Residuals: Preliminary Results. CSAM Fifth Annual Student Research Symposium 28. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2011) Evaluate the potential of Al-based
drinking-water treatment residuals as a “green” sorbent for tetracycline: A comprehensive batch sorption study. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings- poster presentation 29. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2011) Aluminum-Based Drinking-Water
Treatment Residuals: A “Green” Sorbent For Tetracyclines. Geological Society of America Abstracts 30. Rakshit, S., Sarkar, D., Elzinga, E., Punamiya, P., and Datta, R. (2011) Ciprofloxacin
Adsorption On Magnetite-Water Interface. Geological Society of America Abstracts 31. Das, P., Datta, R., Punamiya, P., and Sarkar, D. (2011) Phytoremediation potential of
vetiver grass (Chrysopogon zizanioides l.) for 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) from soil: urea-
catalyzed uptake and nitroreductase enzyme mediated transformation. Geological Society
of America Abstracts

32. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2012). Using Drinking Water Treatment
Residuals to Immobilize Tetracyclines in Manures and Manure-Amended Soils: Greenhouse Study. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts 33. Sidhu, V., Sarkar, D., Fonti, V., Punamiya, P., Das, P., and Datta, R. (2012) Field
Pennycress (Thlaspi arvense) and Camelina (Camelina sativa) have Potential for Sustainable Stabilization of Copper. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts 34. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2012). Drinking water treatment residuals as a
"green" sorbent for veterinary antibiotics: Results from an incubation study. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings (awarded 1st place in graduate student oral presentation competition) 35. Ciapha, M., Rakshit, S., Deng, Y., Punamiya, P., Landa, E., and Sarkar, D. (2012)
Sorption of Toxic Metals from Polluted Urban Stormwater Runoff using Two Recycled Waste-Based Sorbents - Water Treatment Residuals and Tire Rubber. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings 36. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2013) Effective low-cost sorbent for
immobilization and stabilization of tetracyclines in manure and manure amended soils: A greenhouse column study. HDC-SETAC Conference Proceedings- poster presentation (awarded 3rd t place in graduate student poster presentation competition) 37. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2013). Remediation of Tetracyclines in Manure
and Manure Amended Soils: A Long-Term Greenhouse Column Study. Soil Science Society of America Abstracts 38. Punamiya, P., Kaur, K., Deng, Y., and Sarkar, D.(2013). Potential Removal of Arsenic
Via Oxidation and Adsorption on Iron Precipitates using an Environment-Friendly Oxidant, Ferrate (VI). International Conference on Medical Geology 2013. 39. Punamiya, P., Sarkar, D., and Datta, R. (2013). Effect of Solution Properties on
Tetracycline Removal by Iron-Based Drinking Water Treatment Residuals. International Conference on Medical Geology 2013 40. Caporale, A., Sarkar, D., Punamiya, P., Violante, A., and Datta, R. (2013). Effect of
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on growth of vetiver grass (Chrysopogon zizanioides l.) and its arsenic uptake from soil and water systems. International Conference on Medical Geology 2013.
Student’s Mentored/Co-Mentored

• Mentored 7 High School students from Montclair High School-Weston Scholar Program • Mentored 4 High School students from Montclair High School-Weston Scholar Program • Helped 2 Master Students, Ciapha Morris and Khadija Latif for MS thesis at MSU • Helped a PhD student, Antonio Caporale, visiting scholar from University of Naples Federico II, Italy for one specific aim of his PhD research Technical/Scientific Software
• JMP statistical software from SAS, v10.0 pro • SPSS Certifications
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), HAZWOPER ,29 CFR • Refresher Occupational Safety and Health Administration 29 CFR 1910.120 (8 Hr) • Hazard communication general laboratory safety course • Safety training for working with radioactive materials Honors and Awards
• Awarded doctoral student research award by College of Science and Mathematics at Montclair State University for outstanding doctoral research (2011). • Inducted by Phi-Kappa-Phi, a collegiate honor society, for academic excellence (2011). • Inducted by Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AEL), the honor society of graduate and professional student for academic excellence (2010) • Awarded student research grant by New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute (NJWRRI), federally-funded program of research under U. S. Geological Survey (2010) • Awarded graduate student research grant by Geological Society of America (GSA)(2009) • Awarded graduate assistantship at the Montclair State University 2008-present • Awarded graduate scholarship at the University of Texas, San Antonio 2006-2008 • Awarded 3rd Prize in graduate Student Poster Presentation Competition, 2013. Annual Meeting of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology. • Awarded 1st Prize in graduate Student Oral Presentation Competition, 2012. Annual Meeting of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology. • Awarded 2nd Prize in Student Oral Presentation Competition, 2010. Annual Meeting of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology. • Awarded 2nd prize in graduate student poster competition during Annual Meeting of the Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology held in NY, 2009. • Qualified in the State Eligibility Test (SET) (necessary qualification for lecturer in universities and colleges) conducted by University of Pune, India. • Won 1st prize in intra-college student poster competition on Hybridoma Technology of Antibody Production, 2002 Pune University, India. Professional Activities
• American Association of Petroleum Geologists • Society for Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry • American Chemical Society Professional Services
• Academic Journal Reviewer for International Journal of Environmental Science & • Academic Journal Reviewer for Journal of Environmental Quality (JEQ) • Student Board Member of Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology-HDC-SETAC (2009-2011) • Judged Student poster and oral competition for Science fair held in 2012 in New Jersey • Judged Student poster competition for Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (LRIG) Mid Atlantic Chapter, 16th Annual meeting held in 2010. • Judged Student poster competition for Laboratory Robotics Interest Group (LRIG) Mid Atlantic Chapter, 15th Annual meeting held in 2009. • Judged in 2008 AAPG Annual Convention for Oral Session on Integrated Approaches to Environmental Site Characterization and Remediation (DEG).

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