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Kshitish Acharya's Biography

Kshitish Acharya, Faculty Scientist, Institute of Bioinformatics & Applied Biotechnology

Dr. Kshitish K Acharya completed most of his basic education within Karnataka and worked in a wild life research project for one year in Western Ghats after his MSc in Zoology. With support from CSIR (NET-JRF & SRF), he conducted behavioral, physiological, and endocrinological experiments to study the pheromonal influences on implantation in mice, during his doctoral work (1990-96, BHU, Varanasi). He continued working in the field of reproductive biology during his post-doctoral research work, extensively using molecular biology / cell-culture techniques in the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru (~2 years) and University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA (~ 4 years). He then worked in a biotech company as the head of the research as well as production unit for one year, before joining IBAB in March 2003. He intends to use an integrated approach of molecular biology techniques, including cloning and expression of proteins, and computational approaches, to generate knowledge that can assist detecting and curing this disorder. Such a knowledge can also promote research towards development of better male contraceptives, which are required for countries such as India. His team is currently exploring the transcriptome of clinical testis samples from NOA-donors via Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and characterizing some of the proteins involved in spermatogenesis and/or meiosis in general.

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Tentative Title: Oncology- Precision Medicine by NGS

Thursday, 29 November 2018 at 15:45

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