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Shruti Gandhy

Entry Year: 2008 Shruti Gandhy
Currently: G3
Email Address: gandhy@medicine.tamhsc.edu
Undergraduate: Cornell University, BS, Biological Sciences
Laboratory: Stephen Safe, PhD

Abstracts and Presentations:

  • Gandhy SU, K Kim, S Safe (2012). Specificity protein (Sp) 1 transcription factor modulates long noncoding RNA expression in liver cancer cells. Poster Presentation. IBT Graduate Student Orientation, Houston, TX.
  • Gandhy SU, K Kim, S Safe (2012). Specificity protein (Sp) 1 transcription factor modulates long noncoding RNA expression in liver cancer cells. Poster Presentation. National MD/PhD Student Conference, Keystone, CO.
  • Gandhy SU, K Kim, L Larsen, RJ Rosengren, and S Safe (2012). Reactive Oxygen Species Induced by Curcumin and its Analog Target MicroRNAs and Decrease Specificity Protein (Sp) Transcription Factors. Poster Presentation. Institutes of Biosciences and Technology Annual Research Symposium, Houston, TX.
  • Gandhy SU, S Safe (2012). Curcumin analogs inhibit colon cancer cell growth by inducing ROS and downregulating specificity protein transcription factors. Poster Presentation. Society of Toxicology  51st Annual meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  • Gandhy SU, S Safe (2011). Curcumin analogs inhibit colon cancer cell growth by inducing ROS and downregulating specificity protein transcription factors. Poster Presentation. Gulf Coast Society of Toxicology, New Orleans, LA.
  • Gandhy, SU and S Safe (2011). Curcumin Analogs Inhibit Colon Cancer Cell Growth by Inducing ROS and Downregulating Specificity Protein Transcription Factors. Poster Presentation. Institutes of Biosciences and Technology Annual Research Symposium, Houston, TX.
  • Moon, J., S.D. Ginsberg, S. Gandhy, K. Maclean, M. Ikonomovic, E.J. Mufson, B.J. Strupp. Perinatal choline supplementation ameliorates attentional dysfunction in the Ts65Dn mouse: a mouse model of Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease. Society for Neuroscience, 17th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. 2007. 
  • Gandhy, S. Assessment of the Effects of Perinatal Choline Treatment on Attention and Reactivity to Reward Omission in Mice Models of Down syndrome. Poster Presentation. Cornell Undergraduate Research Board, Spring Forum. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 2007.

 

Publications:

  • Moon, J., M. Chen, S.U. Gandhy, M. Strawderman, D.A. Levitsky, K.N. Maclean, and B.J. Strupp. Perinatal choline supplementation improves cognitive functioning and emotion regulation in the Ts65Dn mouse model of Down syndrome and Alzheimer's Disease. Behavioral Neuroscience. 124(3): 346-361, 2010.
  • Scattoni, M.L., S.U. Gandhy, L. Ricceri, and J.N. Crawley. Unusual Ultrasonic Vocalization Patterns in BTBR T+tf/J Mouse Pups. PLoS ONE. 3(8):e3067, 2008.
  • Chadman K.K., M.L. Scattoni, S. Boltuck, S.U. Gandhy, S. Gong, N. Heints, and J.N. Crawley. Minimal Aberrant Behavioral Phenotypes of Neuroligin-3 R451C knockin Mice. Autism Research. 1(3):147-158, 2008.

 

Awards:

  • Miriam M. Salpeter Undergraduate Research Award for Outstanding Honors Thesis in Neurobiology.