|Name:||Dr. Saurabh Chatterjee|
|Department:||Environmental Health Sciences|
|Department (2):||Cell Biology and Anatomy|
|Building:||Discovery I, 333|
|Center/Institute:||Colon Cancer Research, Center for|
|Position:||Assistant Professor; Laboratory Adjunct Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy,|
|Research Interests:||Exploring oxidative stress-epigenome signaling (DNA methylation, Histone modifications, micro RNAs) in obesity associated diseases following environmental toxin exposure; Role of cationic channel protein TRPV4 in metabolic reprogramming of environment-linked nonalcoholic steatohepatitis; Exploring the role of pattern recognition receptors (TLRS and NALP3) in toxicity associated nonalcoholic steatohepatitis; Role of adipocytokine leptin in redox-signaling and immune modulation in obesity associated disease|
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