Stalinraja Maruthamuthu, PhD
|Madurai Kamaraj University, India||PhD||2016||Immunogenetics|
|Bhat biotech Ltd, Bangalore, India||Trainee||2008||Recombinant arbovirus protein characterization|
|Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamil Nadu, India||Master's||2007||Biotechnology|
|The American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics||2022||ASHI Scholar Award|
|MDPI journal Special Issue "The Molecular Mechanism of Vascular Remodeling"||2022||Guest Editor|
|Madurai Kamaraj University||2012
|Madurai Kamaraj University||2010
|Manonmaniam Sundaranar University||2006
||2006||TN- Govt. Students (M.Sc., Project) Fellowship|
I am a post-doctoral Scholar working with Dr.Rajalingam Raja, who is the director of Immunogenetics and Transplantation Laboratory (ITL) at UCSF. I have received the ASHI scholar award for the year 2022. Serving as a guest editor for the journal "Cells" Special Issue " The Molecular Mechanism of Vascular Remodeling".
During my PhD, I have studied the NK cell receptor diversity in Southern Indian population and revealed the protective role of NK cell receptor KIR in HIV disease progression. Here at UCSF, I am further unravelling the role of KIR and HLA in kidney transplantation and SARS-CoV-2. Main theme of my research is to study the influence of host immunogenetic factors against infectious diseases and transplanted organs through molecular and cellular biological approaches.
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