Aparamita Pandey

Visiting fellow
Translational Research and Cellular Therapeutics
Beckman research institute
Journal Associated: Open Journal of Biological Sciences Biography:

I have 8 years of experience in molecular biology research. I published and reviewed international articles. I worked in various biological research fields which enables me to converge molecular biology to physiology. Other than basic science, I was also involved with translational science by screening drugs with in vivo models. I am learning and holding beginner level expertise in bioinformatics. I am involved in career counselling for underprivileged kids in India. I guided dissertation projects of 10+ master’s students in the field of biology. I assisted in grant and patent writings for my former and current groups. Therefore, I have diverse experience in the field of biological science and research.

Research Interest:

1. Endocrinology

2. Toxicology

3. Reproduction Biology

4. Energy metabolism

5. Diabetic nephropathy

6. Diabetes

7. Pancreatic islet physiology

Grants: Senior research fellowship and travel grants

URL: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1510-9562


List of Publications:

1. Application of LC-MS techniques for detection of metabolites and drug-induced changes in cellular metabolism of parasites. (2015) APandey, RMedhamurthy*. Techniques for exact identification and parasitic disease diagnosis in domestic animals, 80-87. Chapter written for XIX National training programme, Indian council of agricultural research, India.

2. Analysis of endocrine disruption effect of Roundup® in adrenal gland of male rats. (2016) APandey, RMedhamurthy*. ToxicologyReports, 21075-1085. Article was discussed in various media centers.

3. Application of biotechnology in livestock production. (2017) APandey, RahamanK, RMedhamurthy*. Review article written for Progress in biotechnology in India, India,1-17

4. Inflammatory Effects of Subacute Exposure of Roundup in Rat Liver and Adipose Tissue. (2019) APandey*, PDhabade, AKumaraswamy. Doseresponse,17.

5. Hormonal regulation and function of an RNA helicase, Ddx5 in corpus luteum of adult Wistar rats. (2019) APandey*, RMedhamurthy, SRao, KAsaithambi. ReproductiveBiology, 19 179-188

6. Under-carboxylated osteocalcin regulates glucose and lipid metabolism during pregnancy and lactation in rats. (2020) A Pandey, H. R. KhanN. S. AlexM. PuttarajuT. T. Chandrasekaran, M. Rudraiah*. Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40618-020-01195

7. A maladaptive metabolic re-programming compromise the DNA repair potential of cells and is responsible for diabetes-associated organ fibrosis. Kumar Varun, Agrawal Raman, Pandey Aparamita,
Kopf Stefan, Hoeffgen Manuel, Kaymak Serap, Reddy Bandapalli Obul, Gorbunova Vera, Seluanov Andrei, Tim Frederik Weber, Mall Marcus A, Herzig Stephan, Nawroth Peter P. (Under revision in EMBO)



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