Jyotiska Chaudhuri
  • Manager, Quality Systems, Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • Molecular biology


PhD, Quantitative Biology, Department of Biology, The University of Texas at Arlington, 2013


Genetics / Biochemistry / Cell Biology


Chaudhuri, J, Bains, Y, Guha, S, Kahn, A, Hall, D, Bose, N… - Cell metabolism, (2018). The role of advanced glycation end products in aging and metabolic diseases: bridging association and causality. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1550413118305151

Kanzaki, N., Kiontke, K., Tanaka, R., Hirooka, Y., Schwarz, A., Müller-Reichert, T., Chaudhuri, J., Pires-daSilva, A. (2017). Description of two three-gendered nematode species in the new genus Auanema (Rhabditina) that are models for reproductive mode evolution. Scientific Reports 7:11135, doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-09871-1

Chaudhuri, J.*, Bose, N*, Gong, J., Bhaumik, D., Hall, D., Rifkind, A.R., Xu, X.Z.S., Lithgow, G., Ramanathan, A., Kapahi, P. (2016). A Caenorhabditis elegans model elucidates a conserved role for TRPA1-Nrf signaling in reactive alpha-dicarbonyl detoxification. Current Biology 26(22):3014-3025. * Contributed equally. [Featured as Editor’s choice in Science Signaling (AAAS): Reducing nerve-damaging reactive metabolites].

Chaudhuri, J., Bose, N., Tandonnet, S., Adams, S., Zuco, G., Kache, V., Parihar, M., von Reuss, S. H., Schroeder, F., Pires-daSilva, A. (2015). Mating dynamics in a nematode with three sexes and its evolutionary implications. Scientific Reports 5:17676, doi: 10.1038/srep17676.

Chaudhuri, J.*, Kache, V*., Pires-daSilva, A. (2011). Regulation of sexual plasticity in a nematode that produces males, females and hermaphrodites. Current Biology 21: 1548-1551. * Contributed equally. [Evaluated/recommended by F1000].

Shakes, D., Neva, B., Huynh, H., Chaudhuri, J., Pires-daSilva, A. (2011). Asymmetric spermatocyte division as a mechanism for controlling sex ratios. Nature Communications 2, doi: 10.1038/ncomms1160.

Chaudhuri, J.*, Parihar, M*., Pires-daSilva, A. (2011). An introduction to worm lab: from culturing worms to mutagenesis. J Vis Exp 47, doi: 10.3791/2293.* Contributed equally.