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Hire Dr. Rajesh V.

Seasoned Molecular Cancer Biologist, experience in DNA damage, tumor models of cancer, aging, genome instability,

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Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Clinical Trial Documentation, Technical Writing, Copywriting, Newswriting
Research Market Research, User Research, Meta-Research, Feasibility Study, Fact Checking, Gap Analysis, Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Consulting Scientific and Technical Consulting
Data & AI Statistical Analysis, Data Visualization
Product Development Formulation, Stability/Shelf Life Testing, Product Evaluation, Material Sourcing, Product Validation, Manufacturing, Concept Development, Prototyping
Work Experience


University of Minnesota

June 2018 - Present

Postdoctoral research associate

Umass Medical school

January 2014 - Present

Post doctoral research associate

Umass medical school

January 2014 - August 2016

Research Fellow

National Institute of Imunology

June 2006 - July 2008



VIB, K.U. Leuven, Belgium

January 2009 - June 2013

Ph.D. (Biomedical)

K.U. Leuven

January 2009 - June 2013

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Potent inhibition of influenza virus replication with novel siRNA-chimeric-ribozyme constructs. Journal of general virology.
p53 attenuates AKT signaling by modulating membrane phospholipid composition. Onco target.
RNF4 is required for DNA double-strand break repair in vivo. Cell death and differentiation.
Cop1 constitutively regulates c-Jun protein stability and functions as a tumor suppressor in mice. Journal of clinical investigation.
Ligand-activated BMP signaling inhibits cell differentiation and death to promote melanoma. Journal of clinical investigation.
Nucleic acid-mediated cleavage of M1 gene of influenza A virus is significantly augmented by antisense molecules targeted to hybridize close to the cleavage site. Molecular biotechnology.
Reciprocal repression between P53 and TCTP. Nature Medicine.