Sumeet Pandey, Postdoctoral Fellow
I received my PhD in Biochemistry working on the genetic engineering of a probiotic E. coli strain. During my PhD I received a grant to extended my studies from animal models to the human immune system in Holm Uhlig lab based at Oxford. In Oxford, initially I worked on the role of NADPH oxidase 1 in maintaining gut barrier function. My current interest is to investigate the role of anti-bacterial autophagy in the spectrum of monogenic forms of inflammatory bowel disease patient including XIAP, NOD2, CGD and NPC1. We employ small molecule inhibitors/activators and CRISPR technology to study differential autophagy pathway.
The role of enzymes that generate reactive oxygen species in maintaining gut barrier function
Role of autophagy in monogenic forms of Inflammatory bowel disease.
Schwerd T, Pandey S, Yang HT, et al.
Pandey S, Singh A, Kumar P, Chaudhari A, Nareshkumar G.
Singh AK, Pandey SK, Naresh Kumar G.
Singh AK, Pandey SK, Saha G, Gattupalli NK
Pandey S, Singh A, Chaudhari N, Nampoothiri LP, Kumar GN.