T Srinath, PhD
Srinath has had a long-standing experience in the field of microbiology, molecular biology, and mentoring students. His keen insight, rational thinking and technical skill developed over two decades will enable GenoPhe to achieve its founding objectives. His enthusiasm, leadership and interpersonal skills will help GenoPhe steer closer and perhaps surpass it's intended milestones.
R S Anand
Anand is an entrepreneur who has nurtured innovative ideas for more than three decades. Currently, as a parent, he is giving hope to several other families by running Dystrophy Annihilation Research Trust which offers treatment and care to children with muscular dystrophy. His compassion, experience, and flair will nurture GenoPhe to focus on productivity.
Arun Shastry, PhD
Arun nurtured his passion in clinical research during doctoral studies at the University of Madras. Later in pursuit of treatment for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, he established an R&D facility that generates cell lines from DMD patients and envisages antisense therapy. GenoPhe will enrich from his insights in genetic interventional strategies and total wellness.
Professor Umesh Varshney is a faculty member at department of Microbiology and Cell Biology, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore India since 1991. At present he is Chairman, Division of Biological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science and honorary Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore since 2009. His research interests are in molecular biology of eubacteria, protein synthesis, DNA repair and cellular metabolism.
Professor Upendra Nongthomba is a faculty member at Department of Molecular Reproduction Development and Genetics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore India since 2004. He received Sir C. V. Raman Young Scientist State Award of Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology in the year 2014. His research interests are in developing Drosophila and zebrafish as model organisms for human disease, myogenesis, neurodegeneration and host-pathogen interactions.