Dr. Samant has worked as a lecturer at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. So far, she has completed seven research projects awarded by various national funding agencies. Dr. Samant has published about 45 research papers including one in "Nature Communication." Her Google h-index is 15 and i10 index is 22. She visited the University of Florida as a visiting scientist under National Science Foundation (NSF), USA funded research projects (2014-2018).

Presently, she is working with a team of international scientists in a multidisciplinary research project funded by NSF, USA on "Biota of the Deccan volcanic associated sediments of India." She was a member of the National Working Group of International Geoscience programme, IGCP-609 (2013-2017). She has visited many countries to attend conferences and has also given many invited talks. She has worked on Paleogene palynology, and for the last twenty years, she has worked on "Palynoflora of Late Cretaceous–Early Palaeocene Deccan volcanic associated sediments to understand response of flora to Deccan volcanism and tracking floral changes across Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary.: Dr. Samant has successfully guided two PhD students.

Bandana Samant, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, R.T.M. Nagpur, University, Nagpur, India

Dr. Samant has worked as a lecturer at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. So far, she has completed seven research projects awarded by various national funding agencies. Dr. Samant has published about 45 research papers including one in "Nature Communication." Her Google h-index is 15 and i10 index is 22. She visited the University of Florida as a visiting scientist under National Science Foundation (NSF), USA funded research projects (2014-2018).

Presently, she is working with a team of international scientists in a multidisciplinary research project funded by NSF, USA on "Biota of the Deccan volcanic associated sediments of India." She was a member of the National Working Group of International Geoscience programme, IGCP-609 (2013-2017). She has visited many countries to attend conferences and has also given many invited talks. She has worked on Paleogene palynology, and for the last twenty years, she has worked on "Palynoflora of Late Cretaceous–Early Palaeocene Deccan volcanic associated sediments to understand response of flora to Deccan volcanism and tracking floral changes across Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary.: Dr. Samant has successfully guided two PhD students.

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