Dr. Bidasee's Biographical Information

Keshore BidaseeKESHORE BIDASEE
PhD, Analytical Chemistry, 1991
University of the West Indies
St. Augustine, Trinidad


Positions and Employment
2002-present

Associate Professor, Pharmacology and Experimental Neuroscience
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

1997-2002 Assistant Professor (p/t)/ Assistant Scientist, Indiana University School of Medicine
1994-1997 Lecturer, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
1991-1994 Post Doctoral Fellow, Indiana University School of Medicine
(Mentor: Dr. Henry R. Besch, Jr)
1989-1991 Scientific Officer, University of The West Indies, Mt. Hope, Trinidad

Other Experience and Professional Membership
2004 Empire, Who is Who
2003 American Association of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
2002 American Diabetes Association
1997 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyAmerican Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
1997 New York Academy of Sciences
1996 Biophysical Society
1993 American Chemical Society
1996 International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

Honors and Awards:
2013 UNeMED  Most Promising New Invention

 

Books and book chapters:

  1. Besch HR, Shao CH and Bidasee KR: Ryanoids, Receptor affinity and RyR channel conductance. why the discordance?: in Ryanodine Receptors - Structure, function, and dysfunction in clinical disease. Eds Wehrens, X and. Marks AR, Springer NY, pp 179-189. 2005
  2. Bidasee KR, Ingersoll S and Shao, CH: Ryanodine receptor dysfunction in diabetic heart. In Ryanodine receptors: Structure, function, and dysfunction in clinical disease. Eds Wehrens, X and. Marks AR, Springer NY, pp 209-218, 2005.

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