MADHU DYAVAIAH Assistant Professor

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  • Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  • School of Life Sciences
  • madhud14@yahoo.co.in

Academic Activity

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Educational Qualification (UG,PG & Higher Order)

S.No Degree Subject/Title of thesis University/Board Year of Passing
1 PhD Biotechnology Mysore 2002
2 M.Sc Biotechnology Mysore 1995
3 B.Sc Chemistry, Botany & Zoology Mysore 1993

Area of Specializaion

Awards / Prizes Conferred

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Teaching Experience

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1 Assistant Professor Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Pondicherry University
2 Lecturer Biotechnology T.John College, Banagalore University

Research Experience

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1 Research Associate Microbiology and cell biology Indian Institute of Science Bangalore Molecular Biology
2 Postdoctoral Fellow Wadsworth Center Dept. of Health, New York state, Albany, USA Molecular Pathogensis
3 Research Scientist Cancer Research Center University at Albany, New YORK, USA Cancer Research
4 Research Scientist Nanobioscience College of Nanoscale Science and Engeneering, Albany, USA Cancer Research

Industry Experience

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Contribution towards Innovation

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Patent Details

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Papers Published in UGC Approved Journals

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Papers Published in Peer Reviewed Journals

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1 Nanoparticle-Mediated Drug Delivery for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases Rajasekharreddy Pala, V T Anju, Madhu Dyavaiah, Siddhardha Busi, Surya M Nauli Int J Nanomedicine 27;15:3741-3769. 2020 4.540
2 Protective effect of quercetin in combination with caloric restriction against oxidative stress‐induced cell death of Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells P. Alugoju L. Periyasamy M. Dyavaiah Letters in applied microbiology 3(5)1 2020 1.805
3 Magnolol protects Saccharomyces cerevisiae antioxidant-deficient mutants from oxidative stress and extends yeast chronological life span. Subasri Subramaniyan 1, Phaniendra Alugoju, Sudharshan Sj , Bhavana Veerabhadrappa, Madhu Dyavaiah FEMS Microbiol Lett. 1;366(8):65 2019 1.994
4 Astaxanthin enhances the longevity of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by decreasing oxidative stress and apoptosis Sudharshan SJ, Bhavana Veerabhadrappa, Subasri Subramaniyan, Madhu Dyavaiah FEMS yeast research 9 (1), 113 2019 2.210,
5 Astaxanthin supplementation reduces dichlorvos-induced cytotoxicity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae SJ Sudharshan, Subasri Subramaniyan, Greeshma Satheeshan, Madhu Dyavaiah 3 Biotech 9 (3), 88 2019 2.270
6 Oncoyeasti: a web-based application to translate data obtained from Saccharomyces cerevisiae high-throughput drug screens into cancer therapeutics Gupta, Ruby Cayenne, Samir Dyavaiah, Madhu Srinivas, Pragnya Otohinoyi, David Talukdar, Debjyoti Halari, Moheem Halari, Chidambra Ramani, Ashok Yusuf, Joshua Chahal, Khushdeep Kaur, Rupinde F1000Research https://doi.org/10.12688/F1000RESEARCH.15168.1 2018 1.13
7 Evaluation of in vivo antioxidant potential of Syzygium jambos (L.) Alston and Terminalia citrina Roxb. towards oxidative stress response in Saccharom Jobina Rajkumari, Madhu Dyavaiah, SJ Sudharshan, Siddhardha Busi Journal of food science and technology 55 (11), 4432-4439 2018 1.849
8 Evaluation of antioxidant activity of Magnolol in Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Subramaniyan S, Dyavaiah M Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 10 (9)104-107. 2018 2.33
9 Determination of antioxidant potential of selected wild edible mushrooms in Saccharomyces cerevisiae model System Subhaswaraj P, Sairengpuii, Sudharshan S, Dyavaiah M, Siddhardha B International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms DOI: 10.1615/IntJMedMushrooms.2018026531 2018 1.357
10 Quercetin enhances stress resistance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae tel1 mutant cells to different stressors 3. Phaniendra Alugoju, Latha Periyasamy and Madhu Dyavaiah. Journal of Food Science and Technology 55(4):1455-1466 2018 1.797
11 Quercetin Protects Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae pep4 Mutant from Oxidative and Apoptotic Stress and Extends Chronological Lifespan 4. Phaniendra Alugoju, Sudharshan Setra Janardhanshetty, · Subasri Subaramanian,· Latha Periyasamy and Madhu Dyavaiah. Current Microbiology 75(5):519-530 2018 1.373
12 Determination of antioxidant potential of Acacia nilotica leaf extract in oxidative stress response system of Saccharomyces cerevisiae 6. Subhaswaraj P, Sowmya M, Jobina R, Sudharshan S, Dyavaiah M, Siddhardha B Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97(15):5247-5253 2017 2.463
13 Determination of antioxidant activity of Hibiscus sabdariffa and Croton caudatus in Saccharomyces cerevisiae model system 5. Subhaswaraj P, Sowmya M, Bhavana V, Dyavaiah M, Siddhardha B. J Food Sci Technol 54 (9), 2728-2736 2017 1.797
14 Microbial Keratitis in Contact Lens Wearers Madhu Dyavaiah, Phaniendra. A and Sudharshan. SJ JSM Ophthalmololgy 3(3):1036 2015 00
15 Increased tRNA modification and gene-specific codon usage regulate cell cycle progression during the DNA damage response Ashish Patil, Madhu Dyavaiah, Fraulin Joseph, John P. Rooney, Clement T. Y. Chan, Peter C. Dedon and Thomas J. Begley Cell cycle 11(19):3656-65 2012 5.243
16 A genome-based catalog of one-, two-, three-, four- and five codon combinations present in Saccharomyces cerevisiae genes SudheerTumu., AshishPatil.,William Towns., Madhu Dyavaiah.and Thomas J. Begley Database (oxford) 9:462-475 2012 3.179
17 Reprogramming of tRNA modifications controls the oxidative stress response by selective translation of ribosomal protein paralogs Clement T.Y. Chan,Yang Ling Joy Pang, Ramesh Babu, Madhu Dyavaiah,Thomas J. Begley and Peter C. Dedon Nature Communications 3;3:937 2012 12.124
18 Alkylation sensitivity screens reveal a conserved cross-species functionome 8. David Svilar, Madhu Dyavaiah, Ashley R. Brown, Jiang-boTangb, Peter R. McDonald,Tong Ying Shun, Xiao-hong Wang, John S. Lazo, Ian F. Pollack, Thomas J. Begley and Robert W. Sobol Molecular Cancer Research 10(12):1580-96 2012 4.974
19 Translational infidelity-induced protein stress results from a deficiency in Trm9-catalyzed tRNA modifications AshishPatil, Clement Chan., Madhu Dyavaiah John P. Rooney., Peter Dedon., Thomas J.Begley RNA Biology 9(7):990-1001 2012 4.841

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

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Books

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Chapters in Books

S.No Title of the Chapters Name of the Authors Title of the Book Publisher Year ISBN No.
1 Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Model Organism to Evaluate Nanoparticle Toxicity V. T. Anju, Busi Siddhardha and Madhu Dyavaiah Model Organisms to Study Biological Activities and Toxicity of Nanoparticles Springer, Singapore 2020 978-9811517013
2 Nanostructures for Antimicrobial and Antibiofilm Photodynamic Therapy V. T. AnjuBusi Siddhardha and Madhu Dyavaiah Nanostructures for Antimicrobial and Antibiofilm Applications Springer International Publishing 2020 978-3-030-40337-9
3 Applications of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy Parasuraman Paramanantham, V. T. Anju, Madhu Dyavaiah and Busi Siddhardha Microbial Nanobionics Springer, Cham 2019 978-3-030-16533-8
4 Natural Anti-cancer Compounds and Their Derivatives in Clinical Trials Veerabhadrappa. Bhavana, Setra Janardhana Shetty Sudharshan, Dyavaiah Madhu Anticancer Plants: Properties and Applications Springer-Verlag GmbH Berlin Heidelberg 2018 9789811085475
5 Yeasts: Candida and Cryptococcus. Bacterial and mycotic infections Madhu Dyavaiah, Subasri and Geetha N. Prashanth immunocompromised hosts: Clinical and microbiological aspects Omics Group Incorporation, Nevada, USA 2013 978-1-63278-005-8
6 DNA Damage Response Research, Inherent and Future Nano-Based Interfaces for Personalized Medicine Madhu Dyavaiah, Endres, L. Hsieh, Y., Towns, W. and Begley, T. J. The Nanobiotechnology Handbook Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press 2012 9781138075856

Edited Books

S.No Title of the Book Name of the Authors as per the order in Book Publisher Year ISBN No.
1 Nanostructures for Antimicrobial and Antibiofilm Applications Prasad, Ram, Siddhardha, Busi and Dyavaiah, Madhu Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020 978-3-030-40337-9
2 Model Organisms to Study Biological Activities and Toxicity of Nanoparticles Siddhardha, Busi, Dyavaiah, Madhu and Kasinathan, Kaviyarasu Springer, Singapore 2020 978-981-15-1702-0

Ongoing Projects

S.No Title of the Project Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year
1 Yeast model to study the role of Astaxanthin in protecting oxidative DNA damage to alleviate age associated diseases in human DST-SERB, Govt. of India 2018-2021 37,49,600 2018

Ongoing Consultancy Works

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Completed Projects

S.No Title of the Project Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year
1 Trm9 - catalyzed tRNA modifications in regulating translational errors and ER stress UGC-BSR, Govt. of India 2013-2015 6 2013
2 Screening for molecular targets of anti-cancer drug using Saccharomyces cerevisiae UGC-MRP, Govt. of India 2013-2017 11.8 2013

Completed Consultancy Works

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Career Guidance Offered to students

S.No Name of the Scheme No. of Students Competitive Examinations/ Career Counseling No. of Students Passed No. of Students Placed

List of capability enhancement such as Soft skill development, Remedial coaching, Language lab,
Bridge courses, Yoga, Meditation, Personal Counselling and Mentoring etc.,

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Research Guidance - PG

S.No Year Degree No. of Students Awarded Department/Centre
1 2018 M.SC 2 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
2 2017 M.SC 2 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
3 2016 M.SC 2 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
4 2015 M.SC 2 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
5 2014 M.SC 2 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
6 2013 M.SC 5 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Research Guidance - Ph.D

S.No Student Name Registration Date Registration No. Thesis Title Thesis Submitted Status Thesis Submitted Date Vivavoce Completed Status Date Awarded
1 ANJU V T 30-07-2019 1800102001 Nanoparticle-Mediated Drug Delivery for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases NO NO
2 Subasri. S 06-08-2012 21354684 Evaluation of antioxidant, antiapoptotic and antiaging properties of magnolol in Saccharomyces cerevisiae YES 02-04-2019 NO
3 Greeshma 06-06-2017 21354636 Understanding the cyrotoxic properties of lycorine on translation dysregulated cells NO NO
4 Sudharshan. S. j 06-02-2013 245633654 Molecular Mechanism of astaxanthin in protecting the Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells from various stresses YES 09-04-2019 YES 26-09-2019
5 JEMIMA PRINCILLY A 03-09-2019 1900102005 Yeast model to study the role of Astaxanthin in protecting oxidative DNA damage to alleviate age associated diseases in human NO NO

Research Guidance - Post Doctoral

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Financial assistance availed to attend conferences / workshops and to pay membership fee
of professional bodies during the year

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E-Lecture Details

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Details of Online Education Conducted

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Invited Talks in Conference/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme

S.No Title of the Paper Conferences/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme Organized by Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year
1 Heterologous protein expression and purification Workshop Dept of Microbiology, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry National 02-01-2015 17-01-2015 2016

Conferences/Seminars Organized

S.No Title of the Programme Sponsors Venue & Duration Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year
1 National Science Day Seminar 2017 Pondicherry University Pondicherry University, 1-day National 24-02-2017 24-02-2017 2017
2 National Seminar on Drug Discovery and Cancer Therapy DBT, Govt. of India and Pondicherry Universtiy Pondicherry University, 2-days National 25-02-2016 26-01-2016 2016

Workshop Organized

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Administrative Responsibilities in the Government and Quasi Government Agencies

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Affiliation in Academic Bodies/Societies

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Participation & Extension Activities (Academic/Administraion)

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1 UG/PG board of studies in Plant Sciences (Botany) member 2016-2019 Syllabus development

Participation & Extension Activities (Co-Curricular)

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Collaboration with Institution/Industry

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Faculty Development Programme Attended (Orientation, Refresher, other Short Term Course during the year)

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Participation in IMPESS, IMPRINT, SPARC, STARS, LEAP Programme etc and DSF Funding Programme

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