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Hire Dr. Venkatesh Mallikarjun
United Kingdom
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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
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Work Experience

Post-doctoral research associate

University of Virginia

September 2019 - Present

PhD candidate

University of Manchester

January 2016 - July 2019

Postgraduate researcher

Newcastle University

March 2014 - August 2015

Postgraduate researcher

Tampereen Yliopisto

February 2012 - March 2014

Education

BSc/Biological Sciences (Hons Genetics) (Department of Science and Engineering)

University of Edinburgh

2006 - 2010

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Mallikarjun, V., Sriram, A., Scialo, F., Sanz, A.(2014). The interplay between mitochondrial protein and iron homeostasis and its possible role in ageing . Experimental Gerontology. 56. p. 123-134.
Scialo, F., Mallikarjun, V., Stefanatos, R., Sanz, A.(2013). Regulation of lifespan by the mitochondrial electron transport chain: Reactive oxygen species-dependent and reactive oxygen species-independent mechanisms . Antioxidants and Redox Signaling. 19. (16). p. 1953-1969.
Auchinvole, C.A.R., Richardson, P., McGuinnes, C., Mallikarjun, V., Donaldson, K., McNab, H., Campbell, C.J.(2012). Monitoring intracellular redox potential changes using SERS nanosensors . ACS Nano. 6. (1). p. 888-896.
Mallikarjun, V., Clarke, D.J., Campbell, C.J.(2012). Cellular redox potential and the biomolecular electrochemical series: A systems hypothesis . Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 53. (2). p. 280-288.