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Aditya Bade, Ph.D.

Aditya Bade, PhD

Dr. Howard E. Gendelman's laboratory

Research focus: HIV-1, neuro-AIDS, anti-retroviral therapy (ART), nanomedicine, developmental neurotoxicology, drugs of abuse

Biju Bhargavan, PhD

Dr. Georgette Kanmogne's laboratory

Research focus: HIV-1, Blood-Brain Barrier, Micro vascular endothelial cells (MVEC), tight junction proteins, epigenetics, humanized mice, TLR3, HIV-1 clade diversity

Ernest Chivero, PhD

Dr. Shilpa Buch's laboratory

Research focus: NLRP3 Inflammasome; microglia; neuroinflammation; HIV-1 Tat; drug abuse 

Prasanta Dash, PhD

Dr. Howard Gendelman's laboratory

Research focus: HIV-1, humanized mice, nanoART, adjunctive therapy, pharmacodynamics, HIV-1 associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND), drug-drug interaction

Rajnish Dave, PhD

Dr. Sid Byrareddy's laboratory

Research focus: HIV infection of the CNS, substance abuse, neuro-inflammation, oxidative stress, miRNAs, co-morbidities and viral reservoirs

Bhavesh Kevadiya, PhD

Dr. Howard E. Gendelman's laboratory

Research focus: Antiretroviral therapy, intrinsic doping of radioisotopes, molecular imaging technology, multimodal theranostic nanoparticles, nano-cocrystal, single photon emission computed tomography, biodistribution, synthesis and characterizations of nanomaterials, transformative nanotechnology 

Palsamy Periyasamy, PhD

Dr. Shilpa Buch's lab

Research focus: Drugs of abuse, HIV, autophagy, endoplasmic reticulum stress, epigenetics, microRNAs

Kelly Stauch, PhD

Dr. Howard Fox's laboratory

Research focus: Aging, bioenergetics, mitochondria, neurodegeneration, proteomics, synapse

Srijayaprakash Uppada, Ph.D.Srijayaprakash Uppada, PhD

Dr. Siddappa Byrareddy's laboratory

Research focus: Nanomedicine, HIV, vaccine development, signaling mechanism

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