Badri N. Pandey, P h .D.

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Present Address:
Department of Radiology
Division of Radiation Research
F-451, Medical Science Building
New Jersey Medical School
Newark , NJ 07103
Tel.: (973) 972-5428
Fax: (973) 972-6474
Email: pandeybn@njms.rutgers.edu

Permanent Address:
Radiation Biology and Health Sciences Division
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Trombay, Mumbai 400 085, India
Tel.: 91-22-2559 0418
Fax: 91-22-2550 5151
Email: bnp@apsara.barc.ernet.in OR badrinarain@yahoo.co.in

Research Interests

Dr. B. N. Pandey has been working in the area of Cellular Membrane and Free Radical Radiobiology. He has been actively involved in investigating the mechanisms of membrane and cellular oxidative damage by natural antioxidants to gain deeper insight of their involvement in radiation induced apoptotic death with relevance to cellular radioprotection and cancer radiotherapy. His current research activities involve elucidating the molecular mechanisms involved in membrane and cellular oxidative damage in radiation-induced bystander phenomenon.

Education

INSTITUTION

DEGREE

YEAR

FIELD OF STUDY

University of Gorakhpur , India

University of Gorakhpur , India

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai , India

University of Mumbai , India

New Jersey Medical School , Newark , USA

B. Sc.

M. Sc.

Graduation

Ph. D.

Post-Doc

1990

1992

1995

2003

2004-

Botany, Zoology, Chemistry

Botany

Biology-Radiobiology

Life Sciences

Radiobiology

Research and Professional Experience

2004 - Post Doctoral Fellow, Department of Radiology, New Jersey Medical School , Newark , NJ
1995 - Scientist, Radiation Biology & Health Sciences Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai , India

Publications

1. B. N.Pandey, H.D. Sarma, D. Shukla and K. P. Mishra (In Press) Low dose radiation induced modification of ROS and apoptosis in thymocytes of whole body irradiated mice. International Journal of Low Radiation

2. A. Kumar, B.N . Pandey andK. P. Mishra (In Press) Modification of radiation induced membrane damage and cellular apoptosis by eugenol. Biochemical Pharmacology

3. G. Swati, A. Kumar, B.N. Pandey andK. P. Mishra (In Press) Role of free radicals in membrane oxidative damage and its implication in cancer therapy: Involvement of ROS, lipid peroxidation and apoptosis. Biochemical Pharmacology

4. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2004) Modification of thymocytes membrane radio-oxidative damage and apoptosis by eugenol. Journal of Environmental Pathology, Toxicology and Oncology 23 , 117-22 [ Abstract ]

5. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2003) Oxidative membrane damage and its involvement in radiation induced apoptotic cell death .Iranian Journal of Radiation Research 1 , 17-22 [ Abstract ]

6. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2003) In vitro studies on radiation induced membrane oxidative damage in apoptotic death of mouse thymocytes. International Journal of Low Radiation 1 , 113-119 [ Abstract ]

7. S.M. Bhosle, B.N. Pandey, N.G. Huilgol and K.P. Mishra (2002) Membrane oxidative damage and apoptosis in cervical carcinoma cells of patients after radiation therapy. Methods in Cell Science 24 , 65-68 [ Abstract ]

8. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2002) Effect of radiation induced lipid peroxidation on diphenylhexatriene fluorescence in egg phospholipid liposomal membrane. Journal of Biochemistry Molecular Biology and Biophysics 6 , 267-272 [ Abstract ]

9. S.D. Sharma, B.N . Pandey, S. Sivakami and K.P. Mishra (2002) Amdori product and AGE formation during non-enzymatic glycosylation of bovine serum albumin in vitro . Journal of Biochemistry Molecular Biology and Biophysics 6 , 233-242 [ Abstract ]

10. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2000) Fluorescence and ESR studies on membrane oxidative damage by g radiation. Applied and Magnetic Resonance 18 , 483-492 [ Abstract ]

11. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (1999) Role of membrane peroxidative damage in cellular apoptotic response to ionizing radiation. Research Bulletin of Punjab University 49 , 175-182

12. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (1999) Membrane alterations in gamma irradiated thymocytes: A fluorescence study. Journalof Biosciences 24 , 107

13. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (1999) Radiation induced oxidative damage modification by cholesterol in liposomal membrane. Radiation Physics and Chemistry 54 , 481-489 [ Full Paper ]

14. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (1999) Radiation biology for cancer radiotherapy. Advances in Radiation Biology & Peace, UPJZS , Suppl. 2 , 45-51

15. B. N.Pandey, K. P. Mishra and B. B. Singh (1997) Fluorescence studies on g -irradiated unilamellar vesicles. Journal of Medical Physics 22 , 148

16. B.N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (1997) Influence of cholesterol on physical properties of egg phosphatidylcholine liposomes. Journal of Surface Science and Technology 13 , 113-122

17. B. N.Pandey, K. P. Mishra and B. B. Singh (1996) Protection of radiation damage to egg lecithin liposomal membrane by cholesterol. Journal of Medical Physics 21 , 152

Chapter in Book

K. P. Mishra, A. R. Gopal, Dipti Marathe and B. N. Pandey (2001)Prospects of temperature sensitive liposomal delivery of drug to tumor. In Advances in Liposomal Therapeutics (Eds.: S. P. Vyas and V.K. Dixit), CBS Publishers, New Delhi , pp. 134-138.

Scientific Article

B. N.Pandey and K.P. Mishra (2001) [Effect and challenges of biological effect of radiation: cell to human] Vaigyanik 58-63 (In Hindi)