Dr. Ramesh Nachimuthu obtained his master’s degree in Applied Microbiology from the Periyar University, Salem. He then obtained the PhD degree in Microbiology from Bharathidasan University-BDU (2012). He was the awardee of British Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy-BSAC in 2009-2010 at United Kingdom, and the travel was supported by DST and CSIR, Govt. of India, New Delhi. He is an Assistant professor in School of Bio-Sciences and Technology-SBST, VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India from 2016 June to till date. He was a Research Scientist at SBST, VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India from May 2013 to May 2016. From 2009 to 2015 he was the Trichy and Vellore Coordinator of Indian Initiative for Management of Antibiotic Resistance-IIMAR at Bharathidasan University and VIT which is the first country-wide antimicrobial resistance NGO in India. Then he became a Joint Coordinator in IIMAR. He has given an Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness talk in All India Radio, Trichy consecutively for three years in 2009, 2010, and 2011. He is a recipient of Young Scientist Fellow in DST-SERB, Govt. of India, New Delhi with the project cost of 3 Million conferred for his best research work and he has successfully completed the project. He is the active member in a) Indian Initiative for Management of Antimicrobial Resistance-IIMAR, India, b) European Society for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases- ESCMID, Switzerland, c) American Society for Microbiology-ASM, Washington D.C., USA. D) And fully Certified Member in EPICORE- ProMed Mailand International Society for Infectious Diseases- ISID, Brookline, USA. E) Life Member in Indian Association of Applied Microbiologists, India F) International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) And he is serving as a reviewer and editorial board member in many international journals. He had held many honorary positions in various conferences and workshops. He is specialized in Medical Microbiology particularly Antibiotic Resistance, Phage therapy and Infectious Diseases. He has published 40 research papers, 2 book chapter and submitted more than 168 genes (MDR and 16S r RNA) and 5 class I integrons in NCBI GenBank. Further he is supervising 5 PhD students and 30 graduate students. He has also supervised 120 students which include students from B.Tech, M.Tech, and M.Sc., He has established an Antibiotic Resistance and Phage therapy Laboratory in SMV-203 A in the DST SERB project. He has 1 year working experience as microbiologist, 10 years Research experience and 7 years teaching experience. He is actively involved in research and has collaborations with the a) Adnan Menderes University, Aydin, Turkey, b) Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway, c) Charles Darwin University, Darwin, AUSTRALIA, d) Lincoln University College, Malaysia, e) The Hospital for Sick Children/ University of Toronto, Canada and f) Loma Linda University, California, United States, g) The University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, h) Karolinska Institute, Sweden which deals with the range of antimicrobial resistance in clinical samples. He had attended more than 40 National and International Workshops, Conferences and Seminars. He has served as a delegate in Antimicrobial Resistance Conference organized by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi and World Health Organization, SEA region on 23rd to 25th Feb, 2016 at New Delhi on behalf of national coordinator-IIMAR. His Interview was published in Deccan Chronicle daily newspaper on 22ndSeptember, 2015 regarding Antibiotic resistance as a Coordinator-Vellore-IIMAR. The title was “India to the top of the list of pill popping nations of the world”. One of his PhD student got YOUNG SCIENTIST 2016 award from Inno Indigo Eu- India STI cooperation days with 2000Euro grant (among 1lakh application from India and Europe union) He has given an expert talk in brain storming session on “Bacteriophage: as an alternate approach as therapeutics in aquaculture” held at VIT Chennai campus on 3rd Feb, 2017 conducted by DBT, Ministry of Science and technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi.