Endocrinology Division / Boston Pepper Seminar Series
12PM, May 08, 2018
Conformational gating in sex hormone binding to serum globulins
Ravi Jasuja, PhD
Director, Preclinical Discovery Core, Boston Pepper Center
Dr. Jasuja received his Bachelor’s degree in Technology from the Indian institute of Technology, Delhi , PhD from the University of Hawaii, Manoa with Dr. Randy Larsen and conducted his postdoctoral research with Dr. Shahid Khan (at Albert Einstein College of Medicine) and Dr. Frank Ferrone (at Drexel University). Dr. Jasuja is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Endocrinology section and the director of Metabolic Phenotyping Core. His research interests include: 1. Biophysical characterization of ligand-specific conformational dynamics in Androgen Receptor 2. Mechanisms of tissue-specific action of androgens on muscle, bone, prostate adipose tissue remodeling by circulating androgens in animal models and development of Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators.
Boston, MA 02115
Boston Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center, an NIH funded program (P30 AG031679)