Srivastava, S

Dr. Sanjeeva Srivastava

Professor

Phone: +(91-22) 2576 7779
Fax: +(91-22) 2572 7760
E-mail: sanjeeva [at] iitb.ac.in
Location:
Room No. 304, BSBE Building
Lab web-page

Research Interest

Proteomics describes the study and characterization of complete set of proteins present in a cell, organ or organism at a given time. My laboratory is using high throughput proteomic techniques such as two-dimensional difference in gel electrophoresis, mass spectrometry and protein microarray etc. for biomarker discovery in cancer & tropical diseases of India such as malaria, to study protein-protein interactions and drug target discovery. Information obtained from research program is also used for in silico studies and computing models to enhance our understanding in systems approach.

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. University of Alberta, Canada (Nov-2006)
  • Post-doc, Harvard Institute of Proteomics, Harvard Medical School, USA (2007-2009)

Teaching

Proteomics: Principles and Techniques, Topics in Biotechnology II,
Cellular and Molecular Biology (Institute elective)

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, IIT Bombay, India (2009 onwards)

Awards and Recognition

  • Guest professorship – Central South University, China (May 2012)
  • IIT Bombay Young Investigator of the Year 2011 (April 2012)
  • Young Scientist Award DAE-BRNS (April 2010)
  • DST-SERC Fast Track for Young Scientists (March 2010)
  • Apple Research Technology Support (ARTS) award, UK (May 2009)
  • Young Faculty Award IIT Bombay (March 2009)
  • National Young Scientist Award, Canada (2005)
  • Robert Simonet Graduate Award, Canada (2005)


Recent Publications

  • Srivastava S. (with 6 co-signatories) Online education: E-learning booster in developing world. Nature 2013, 501(7467), 316.
  • Ray S, Moiyadi A, Srivastava S. Biorepositories for cancer research in developing countries.     Nat Rev Clin Oncol. 2013, 10, 434-436.
  • Srivastava R, Ray S, Vaibhav V, et al., Srivastava S. Serum profiling of leptospirosis patients to investigate proteomic alterations. J Proteomics. 2012, 76, 56-68.
  • Ray S, Koshy NR, Diwakar S, Nair B, Srivastava S. Sakshat Labs: India’s virtual proteomics initiative. PLoS Biol. 2012, 10(7), e1001353.
  • Ray S, Renu D, Srivastava R, et al., Srivastava S. Proteomic investigation of falciparum and vivax malaria for identification of surrogate protein markers. PLoS One 2012, 7(8), e41751.
  • Gollapalli K, Ray S, Srivastava R, et al., Srivastava S. Investigation of serum proteome alterations in human glioblastoma multiforme. Proteomics 2012, 12(14), 2378-2390.
  • Ray S, Kamath KS, Srivastava R, et al., Srivastava S. Serum proteome analysis of vivax malaria: An insight into the disease pathogenesis and host immune response. J Proteomics. 2012, 75, 3063-3080.
List of Patents:
  • Srivastava S, Patankar S, Ray S, Renu D, Dikshit JB, Subramanian K, Gogtay N, Thatte U, Taur S. Identification of surrogate protein markers for falciparum and vivax malaria using proteomic approaches [IPA No. 2195/Mum/2012; Filed on 31 July 2012].
  • Srivastava S, Srivastava R, Ray S. A proteomic approach for identification of protein biomarkers in leptospirosis [IPA No. 1907/MUM/2012; Filed on 02 July 2012].

Editorial Responsibility

  1. Deputy Editor-in-chief: Current Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine
  2. Associate Editor:
      • Journal of Integrated OMICS.
      • The International Journal of Biotechnology Applications
      • The International Journal of Drug Discovery
      • International Journal of Proteins and Peptides
      • International Journal of Systems Biology