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Babukrishna Maniyadath

Susanne Mandrup Lab

Phone: +45 6550 2795

I am a PhD from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research-Mumbai (India), and I performed the seminal research work leading upto identification of anticipatory molecular mechanisms via post-transcriptional and post-translational regulation, that aid in oscillatory gene expression during feed-fast cycles in mice liver. I received my PhD in January 2020 and continued as a short-term post-doc in the same lab to study the changes in hepatic genome organization during metabolic oscillations.

I joined Mandrup group as a post-doc on the ATLAS project, in September 2020. My interest lies in investigating adipose tissue plasticity during obesity development and regression. I am specifically investigating the molecular mechanism and drivers of in-vivo adipogenesis, during high fat diet feeding in mouse and if/how these mechanisms are altered during weight loss or obesity regression. I am employing single cell transcriptomics, cytometry and primary cell culture techniques to address these questions.