Past: A 25 year old youngster hailed from a remote rural area called ‘Allena’ had to walk several kilometers on foot to go to school
Current: Taking the flight to Seoul the capital city of South Korea to receive young scientist award.
The stunning transformation however did not take overnight without the determination of this young man to achieve his goal as a young and enterprising scientist. He appears as if a boy living in the next door on his first appearance. When you start interacting with him, he sounds informative and educated. When you inspect his research findings, he sounds as a man with vision and this vision could take him to the highest ever peaks in the field of scientific research and health informatics globally. His ambition to excel l in his field could drive him from remote Srikakulam village in Andhra Pradesh to the limelight internationally.
What took him close to the young scientist award?
Diabetes is a global menace today with the entire world focusing on diet control and physical activity in order to keep several other disease such as heart, kidneys, and ophthalmological as a result of this metabolic syndrome. What if a person is able to identify the chance of getting diagnosed as diabetic in advance, at least 10 years in advance?
It is this research that grabbed the global attention and invited him to take the young scientist award as a student innovator.
His parents would not have dreamt of the little boy taking to the international arena when they joined him in the village school that teaches only up to class V. He took his high school education in a nearby town, which is 8 KMs away from his home. Ever since that time there was no turning back for Srinubabu until the time he emerged a Research Scholar at Andhra University’ Today the son of Mr. Appal Naidu and Yashodamma became a pride of his parents with his study titled ‘ An Analysis on Proteins and Spectrometric as a biomarkers to speculate the onset of diabetes.
The Asia-Osiania Human Protein Organization in collaboration with Society of Mass Spectrometry presents annual awards to the young scientists for the outstanding innovations and Srinubabu is one of the winners out of 1500 contestants presenting their studies.