MOJ eISSN: 2374-6912 MOJCSR

Cell Science & Report


Ankita Das

University of Southern California
United States
Research Interest: Developmental genetics, and epigenetics and molecular biology

Asrar Ahmad

United States
Research Interest: Pancreatic cancer pathogenesis and muscle cachexia

Debanjan Goswami

Stanford University
United States
Research Interest: Neuronal cell biology, receptor trafficking, membrane organization and secretary pathways in diverse mammalian cell types. My technical expertise focused on various optical microscopy modalities, cellular-molecular biology, biochemistry and deep tissue imaging

Debojit Bose

University of California
United States
Research Interest: Development of RNA based fluorescent biosensors against small molecule metabolites and secondary messengers and use these sensors to explore the biological pathways in different physiological conditions

Girish Chander Gaur

Diagno Labs Pvt Ltd
Research Interest: 1. Management and Supervision of Advanced Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory Operations, ensuring the adherence of TAT for high end genomic testing. 2. Product Development and Management of the following products in the verticals of Oncology and Neuropsychiatry.

Guanyi Huang

United States
Research Interest: Cardiac diseases, neuroscience, stem cells, reprogramming, differentiation, signaling pathway, genome editing, CRISPR-CAS9, transgenic and knockout rodents, cardiomyocytes, congenital heart diseases, gene delivery, cell therapy, drug target discovery, biomarker, genomics, assay-development, compound screening, genomics

Jes Paul

Albany Medical College
United States
Research Interest: My primary research interests continue to be in the development of practical/statistical sound methodology to address the challenges in such scenarios, with special emphasis on medical analysis, data mining and the genetics.

Nidhi Gupta

Clearlight Diagnostics
United States
Research Interest: Wide range of cutting-edge genomics technologies and experience in developing research applications, cancer research, diagnostics and genomics, biotechnology and biomedical sciences

Peipei Guo

Weill Cornell Medical College
United States
Research Interest: Hematopoietic stem cell homeostasis and reconstitution

Pranay Goel

University of Adelaide
Research Interest: Cancer biology involving molecular/ cell biology , genomics and integrative genetics.

Priya Raman

University of Michigan Medical School
United States
Research Interest: Pharmacology & Toxicology, Immunology and Cancer Biology.

Raghavendra Gowda

Penn State College of Medicine
United States
Research Interest: Drug discovery and development, target identification and validation, in vivo pharmacology, signal transduction, rational combination approach and design of nanoparticles

Rashmi Rana

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
Research Interest: Cell Biology, Immunology and Proteomics

Rohitashw Kumar

University at Buffalo
United States
Research Interest: Expertise in Generation and characterization of Monoclonal antibodies, working expertise in Deletion and Over-expression library construction in Yeast (Candida albicans) and Epitope Tagging in yeast cells, antimicrobial screening of Peptides and monoclonal antibodies in vitro (CLSI method) and in vivo .

Rui Yang

University of Vermont
United States
Research Interest: Focus on mitochondrial biology, Interleukin-6 function, T cell biology, immunology, cytokine signaling, T cell differentiation, cellular metabolism.

Ryan Fiorini

Perle Bioscience
United States
Research Interest: My research interests include determining the mechanism behind currently unknown etiology of various immune diseases. Specifically, adaptive immunity with the production of antibodies from B-cells as well as autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes. My PhD work focused on modulating the immune system and how to lower the steatosis (fat) in potential liver transplants from cadaveric donors.

Saikat Nandi

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
United States
Research Interest: Mechanism of genome duplication leading to identification of potential anti-cancer drug targets

Samarpita Sengupta

UT Southwestern Medical Center
United States
Research Interest: Cell regulation and neuroscience

Saritha D Souza

University of Wisconsin
United States
Research Interest: Hematopoietic induction of human and non-human Pluripotent stem cells, development of endothelial and hematopoietic cells, tumor models and angiogenesis systems

Shreya Raghavan

University of Michigan
United States
Research Interest: Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, investigate mechanisms of ovarian cancer metastasis and chemoresistance, microenvironmental effects responsible for chemoresistance.

Shubhankar Nath

Harvard Medical School
United States
Research Interest: Tumor model for immune-oncology drug screening, Drug resistance in ovarian cancer model, Photodynamic therapy.

Suchetana Bias Dutta

Freie Universität Berlin
Research Interest: Live imaging the birth of neuronal circuit variability at axon branching level

Suman Kalyan Pradhan

University of California
United States
Research Interest: Genomics, NGS data analysis, chromatin and epigenetics, gene knockout and genome engineering, transcription, spectroscopy and calorimetry

Todd Richard Flower

Integrated Neurologics
United States
Research Interest: Parkinson’s disease, biophysical properties of the protein alpha-synuclein, protein folding, molecular chaperones, mis-folded or unfolded protein diseases, regenerative medicine, cellular therapy, somatic stem cells (cord blood stem cells, adipose stem cells, dental pulp stem cells, Wharton’s jelly stem cells, amniotic fluid stem cells), iPS technology, paracrine effect of mesenchymal stem cells, cellular stress response, therapeutic applications of cyotkines and growth factors, veterinary applications of stem cells, veterinary regenerative medicine

Yan He

Oklahoma State University
United States
Research Interest: Innate Immunity, molecular biology and biochemistry

Yiming Yin

University of Florida
United States
Research Interest: Metabolic defects in CD4 T cells from multiple murine models of SLE and patients, metabolic pathways as therapeutic targets of SLE

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