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OUR SUCCESSFUL Ph.D STUDENTS CONGRATULATIONS!

 
Current Ph.D Students
The MDRF congratulates the following researchers for obtaining their Ph.D.  degree

Dr. Saroja Raghavan
Nutritional profile of a selected urban south Indian population and its association with various components of the metabolic syndrome.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University, Guindy, Chennai.
Guide
: Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. C.S. Shanthi Rani,
Intra-Urban differences in the prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and coronary artery disease in a selected south Indian population.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University, Guindy, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. R. Ravi Kumar
Early detection of atherosclerosis in diabetic and non diabetic subjects using non-invasive imaging modalities.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University, Guindy, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. Priya Maria Miranda
Functionality and tissue turnover as indicators of viability in terms of pancreatic islet cell transplantation.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University, Guindy, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. S.C. Premanand
Molecular changes in human retinal endothelial cells in response to high glucose and VEGF – Role of curcumin Mechanisms.
University: The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University, Guindy, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. M. Rema

Dr. Adaikala Koteswari
Oxidative Stress in diabetes:  Biochemical Markers and Molecular Mechanisms.
University:
University of Madras, Chepauk,
Guide:  Dr. M. Balasubramanyam

Dr. K.S. Vimaleswaran
Molecular genetics of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan

Dr. R. Sampath Kumar
Signal transduction and Molecular pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam

Dr. R. Guha Pradeepa,
Prevalence of Diabetic complications – population based studies.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. M. Deepa
Prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, obesity, dyslipidemia and metabolic syndrome in urban south Indian population.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

Dr. D. Anitha
Biochemical Markers of Diabetic Retinopathy.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. M. Rema

Dr. S. Ramprasad
Molecular Genetics of Diabetic Retinopathy.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. M. Rema
Dr. R.M. Sathya
Life Style Pattern - its Relevance to non-Communicable Diseases.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan
Dr. K. Gokulakrishnan
Cardiovascular risk factors and glucose intolerance.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. M. Balasubramanyam
Dr. V. Srinivasan
Molecular Convergence of Hexosamine pathway and ER stress in insulin resistance.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. M. Balasubramanyam
Dr. D. Bodhini
Molecular Genetics of Type II Diabetes Mellitus.
University: University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai.
Guide:
Dr. Radha Venkatesan
Z. Sameer Mahmood
Identification of Cellular and Molecular Targets of Herbal Actions against Diabetes Mellitus.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam
Anuradha Shekher
Studies of the Genetic Variation in MODY and Early onset Diabetes.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan
S. Poongothai,
Association of Psychosocial factors with Diabetes Mellitus Hypertension and Coronary Heart Disease.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan
Sandhya Narsimhan
Clinical significance of NAFLD in diabetic patients and fatty acid-induced molecular.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam

Arun Shastry
Immunogenetic markers in  Autoimmune Diabetes.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

M. Nitya Kalyani
Role of growth factors in Diabetic Retinopathy.
Guide: Dr. M. Rema

Mr. Ashok Ayyappa
Genetics studies in dyslipidemia in type 2 diabetes. 
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan

Dr. Rajalakshmi
Prevalence and Incidence of Diabetic Retinopathy in Young Diabetic Subjects  (Type 1, Type 2, MODY & FCPD).
Guide: Dr. M. Rema Mohan

S. Finny Monickaraj
Adipocyte Biology and Type 2 diabetes with special reference to cellular senescence.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam

M. Chidambaram
Identification of novel Type 2 diabetes genes in Asian Indians using Genome Wide Association.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan

Ramya Kandaswamy
Molecular genetics of adipogenesis in type 2 diabetes.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan
Dr. R.M. Anjana
Gene environmental interaction to explain the differences in Diabetes prevalence in India.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan
A. Amutha
Profile of diabetes in the young.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan
S. Aravind
Epigenetic factors of Type 2 diabetes.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam
V. Vijayachandrika
Region, statewise, urban and rural differences in the level of glycemic control among diabetic subjects in India.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

J.Surendar
Role of inflammation in diabetes.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

S.Raji
Molecular aspects of ER stress in βcells.
Guide: Dr. M. Balasubramanyam

K. Indulekha
Prevalence of lipid abnormalities .
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan

K. Jahnavi
Genetics of Monogenic diabetes such as MODY and Neonatal.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan
K. Balamurugan
Functional genomic research on Type 2 diabetes of Asian Indian.
Guide: Dr. Radha Venkatesan
J. Sonya
Prevalence of obesity, diabetes, pre-diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension and metabolic
syndrome in children aged 6-19
.
Guide: Dr. V. Mohan
   
 
 
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