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Ravi Dashnamoorthy

from Shrewsbury, MA
Age ~49

Ravi Dashnamoorthy Phones & Addresses

  • 45 Commons Dr, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 (508) 925-5963
  • 11807 Oak Water, San Antonio, TX 78249 (210) 694-2670
  • 4900 Medical Dr, San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 593-0697
  • Little Rock, AR
  • 4920 Thistle Dr, Tyler, TX 75703 (903) 561-7542 (903) 939-2959

Work

Company: Tufts medical center Aug 2013 Position: Research associate ii

Education

School / High School: Mahatma Gandhi University Dec 2001 Specialities: Doctorate in Biochemistry

Skills

Cell culture (over 50 cell lines (cancer cell lines -breast • ovarian and heme malignancies • and primary cells and insect cell culture) • RNAi High-throughput synthesis • genomic screening and validation • laboratory automation • fluorescence microscopy • flow cytometry • Western blotting • immunochemistry • cell based assays (multiple platforms and multiplex assays) • Luminex bead based assays • ELISA • biochemical assays • DNA/RNA blots • PCR • plasmid DNA • siRNA • shRNA transfections by chemical • viral and eletroporation methods • software application experiences in imaging automation • densitometry • robotics/liquid handling automation • database management and statistical analysis.

Languages

Tamil • Malayalam • English

Awards

Keystone scholarship - Lilly singapore centre for drug discovery • Poster presentation award (first prize) - Annual symposium for cancer research systems biology. md anderson cancer center, houston, tx. usa • Young investigator travel scholarship award - Annual symposium for cancer research systems biology. md anderson cancer center, houston, tx. usa • Best poster award - University of texas hsc - gccri annual retreat • Travel award - "2nd eu-us workshop on systems biology" burlington, vt, usa • Editorial commentary - Angiogenesis weekly • Ar gopal ayenkar award - Inernational conference on radiobiology • Best postgraduate presentation award - Jipmer alumni and society of biological chemists (india) - pondicherry chapter

Ranks

Course: B.Sc, Biochemistry Organization: University of Madras Description: Chemistry, Zoology, Applied Biochemistry

Interests

Preclinical investigations with novel small molecules, Signal Transduction, DNA Damage, Apoptosis and Cell Cycle.

Industries

Research

Resumes

Resumes

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Research Assistant Professor / Research Associate Ii At Tufts Medical Center

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Position:
Research Assistant Professor / Research Associate II at Tufts Medical Center
Location:
Boston, Massachusetts
Industry:
Research
Work:
Tufts Medical Center - Greater Boston Area since Aug 2013
Research Assistant Professor / Research Associate II

UMass Medical School - Worcester, MA Apr 2012 - Jul 2013
Assistant Professor of Medicine

UMass Medical School - Worcester, MA Jul 2011 - May 2012
Instructor

UTHSCSA - San Antonio, Texas Area Nov 2008 - Jul 2011
Instructor

UTHSCSA - San Antonio, Texas Area Jul 2005 - Oct 2008
PostDoc
Education:
Mahatma Gandhi University 1995 - 2000
Ph.D, Cancer Biology (Biochemistry)
JIPMER 1991 - 1994
M.Sc, Medical Biochemistry
University of Madras 1988 - 1991
B.Sc, Biochemistry
Interests:
Preclinical investigations with novel small molecules, Signal Transduction, DNA Damage, Apoptosis and Cell Cycle.
Honor & Awards:
2009 - Keystone Scholarship funded by Lilly Singapore Centre for Drug Discovery 2008 - Young investigator travel scholar award, Systems Biology of Cancer, MD Anderson Cancer Center. 2001 - Angiogenesis Weekly: April 13th issue published an editorial about my research work. 2000 - AR Gopal Ayenkar Award: "International Conference on Radiobiology." Conference, India. 1994 - Best Postgraduate Award: Presented by JIPMER Alumni Association & Society for Biological Chemists (India).
Languages:
Tamil
Malayalam
English
Awards:
Keystone Scholarship
Lilly Singapore Centre for Drug Discovery
Poster presentation award (First Prize)
Annual Symposium for Cancer Research Systems Biology. MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. USA
Young Investigator Travel Scholarship Award
Annual Symposium for Cancer Research Systems Biology. MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. USA
Best Poster Award
University of Texas HSC - GCCRI Annual Retreat
Travel Award
"2nd EU-US workshop on Systems Biology" Burlington, VT, USA
Editorial Commentary
Angiogenesis Weekly
AR Gopal Ayenkar Award
Inernational Conference on Radiobiology
Best Postgraduate Presentation Award
JIPMER Alumni and Society of Biological Chemists (India) - Pondicherry Chapter
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Ravi Dashnamoorthy Shrewsbury, MA

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Work:
Tufts Medical Center

Aug 2013 to 2000
Research Associate II

UMASS Medical School
Worcester, MA
Jul 2011 to Jul 2013
Instructor

University of Texas HSC
San Antonio, TX
Jul 2005 to Jun 2011
Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Texas HSC
Tyler, TX
Jan 2005 to Jun 2005
Postdoctoral Fellow

Education:
Mahatma Gandhi University
Dec 2001
Doctorate in Biochemistry

JIPMER
Apr 1994
Master of Science in Medical Biochemistry

Madras University
Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Dec 1991
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry

Skills:
Cell culture (over 50 cell lines (cancer cell lines -breast, ovarian and heme malignancies, and primary cells and insect cell culture), RNAi High-throughput synthesis, genomic screening and validation, laboratory automation, fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, Western blotting, immunochemistry, cell based assays (multiple platforms and multiplex assays), Luminex bead based assays, ELISA, biochemical assays, DNA/RNA blots, PCR, plasmid DNA, siRNA, shRNA transfections by chemical, viral and eletroporation methods, software application experiences in imaging automation, densitometry, robotics/liquid handling automation, database management and statistical analysis.

Publications

Us Patents

Thioredoxin Increases Redox-Cycling Of Anticancer Agents Thereby Sensitizes Cancer Cells To Apoptosis

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US Patent:
2005020, Sep 22, 2005
Filed:
Oct 21, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/970370
Inventors:
Ravi Dashnamoorthy - Little Rock AR,
Kumuda Das - Little Rock AR,
International Classification:
A61K038/44
A61K031/704
US Classification:
424094400, 514034000
Abstract:
The present invention provides for treatment of cancer by enhancing the effectiveness of anticancer agents. The present invention therefore provides methods of increasing the apoptotic potential of anticancer drugs by increasing the expression of the cellular redox protein thioredoxin or thioredoxin-like molecules and thereby sensitizing the cancer to the anticancer agent. The present invention also provides methods of ameliorating negative side-effects of an anticancer therapy comprising a thioredoxin or a thioredoxin-like molecule and an anticancer therapy.
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