Name: Shanmugapriya Selvaraj

Qualification: Ms

Country: India

Affiliation:

 NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, New York 10016

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Address:

India

Research Interests:

.Cell culture 

Biography:

Experienced Research Associate/ Lab Manager with practical, academic and clinical knowledge in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Biology and Animal Handling as well as following GLP and Lab testing regulations ·

Excellent analytical and data interpretation skills ·

Ability to comprehend and improvise experimental designs, instructions and protocols ·

Expert in PCR, Western Blot, ELISA, IHC, and Molecular imaging techniques ·

Efficient team lead, and well-coordinated team member

Publications:

• M Li, Y Foli, Z Liu, G Wang, Y Hu, Q Lu, S Selvaraj, W Lam, E Paintsil, “High frequency of mitochondrial DNA mutations in HIV‐infected treatment‐experienced individuals” HIV Medicine 2017
• Allison Langs-Barlow, Shanmugapriya Selvaraj, Onyema Ogbuagu, Veronika Shabanova, Eugene D Shapiro, Elijah Paintsil, “Association of circulating cytochrome c with clinical manifestations of antiretroviral-induced toxicity” Mitochondrion 2015
• Min Li, Yram Foli, Nana Y Amakye, Taline Klein, Shanmugapriya Selvaraj, Lingeng Lu, Elijah Paintsil, “Antiretroviral therapy-induced toxicity is associated with increased mRNA expression of telomerase” Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2015
• Shanmugapriya Selvaraj, Musie Ghebremichael, Min Li, Yram Foli, Arit Ogbuagu, Lydia Barakat, Wei Zhang, Wing Lam, Yung-Chi Cheng and Elijah Paintsil “Antiretroviral therapy-induced mitochondrial toxicity: potential mechanisms beyond polymerase-γ inhibition” Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
2014
• Selvaraj S. and Paintsil E., “Virologic and Host Risk Factors for Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV”. Curr HIV Res 2012.