Madhu Pantrangi, Ph.D.
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About Madhu Pantrangi, Ph.D.
Dr. Pantrangi is joining Weill Cornell Medicine from the Columbia University Medical Center, where she is currently completing a fellowship in Laboratory Genetics and Genomics (LGG), with a special emphasis on Molecular geneics and Cytogenetics.
Dr. Pantrangi received her doctoral degree in Genetics from the University of Delhi, in India, where she was quite productive, including five first-author publications in agricultural molecular biology. She then pivoted to microbial genetics during a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin, where she conducted important work on virulence factors associated with Staph aureus infections, resulting in seven publications, two as first author (Pantrangi, et al., Clin Med Res, 2015; Pantrangi, et al., FEMSMicrobiol Lett, 2010).
• Senior Research Fellowship, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research University Grants Commission, 1/2004
• Junior Research Fellowship, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research University Grants Commission, 1/2001
• National Eligibility Test lectureship, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research University Grants Commission, 1/1999 and 1/2001
• All India entrance examination, MSc biotechnology program, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, 1997
Ph.D.University of Delhi (India)2007
M.Sc.Pondicherry Central University (India)1999
B.Sc.Sri Venk University Medical College, Tirupati (India)1996
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory MedicineWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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