Anna University was accredited with, highest rating, five star status in 2002 by the Indian University Grants Commission.
AU-KBC Research Centre within the Department of Biotechnology is a multidisciplinary research institution of global standing. It is actively involved in research in Life Sciences in the field of Nano-scale imaging, Vascular biology, Regenerative medicines, Cell and tissue modelling, Biosensors for diagnosis and Bioinformatics.
The vascular biology laboratory of Chatterjee’s group currently comprises 3 Post docs and 12 PhD students and is studying the mechanisms underlying nitric oxide involvement in vascular biology by using cell based assays.
Suvro Chatterjee PhD, UGC-FRP Associate Professor
J. Manivannan PhD, post-doctoral fellow
Pavitra Kumar, PhD student
Dharanibalan Kasiviswanathan, Junior Research Fellow
Suganya Natarajan, post-doctoral fellow
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2. Siamwala JH, Veeriah V, Priya MK, et al. Nitric oxide rescues thalidomide mediated teratogenicity. Scientific Reports. 2012;2:679. doi:10.1038/srep00679.
3.Priya MK, Sahu G, Soto-Pantoja DR, Goldy N, et al., Tipping off endothelial tubes: nitric oxide drives tip cells. Angiogenesis. 2015 Apr;18(2):175-89.