Dr. Amos Gaikwad
Bayor College of Medicine
Adjunct Professor of Biology, Coleman College for Health Sciences
Dr. Amos Solomon Gaikwad holds a Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry from Indian Institute of Science and MS in Microbiology from Pune University. He was nominated for the Birla Young Scientist award (1999-2000) and is currently working as an Adjunct Professor of Biology at the Colemon College for Health Sciences (HCCS). He has a research experience of over 2 decades from 1990 till date in the field of biochemistry, molecular, cellular, cancer biology and flow cytometry (basic/translational and clinical). He has many research publications, review papers, book chapters to his credentials and has presented abstracts in many national and international meetings as well has a patent filled.
Academic / Research / Professional positions held
|Flow Cytometry (Clinical)||12-2011-Present||Texas Children's Hospital|
|Assistant Professor||06.2007-Present||BaylorCollegeof Medicine|
|Postdoctoral Associate||12.1999-04.2002||BaylorCollegeof Medicine|
|Senior Research Scientist||06.1994-10.1999||ICGEB-UNIDO|
Latest research articles published in peer reviewed journals
Gaikwad A, Challice L. Bonifant, Michael Cubbage, Tatiana Goltsova, Malkanthi Mudannayake, Jo Ringrose, Jyotinder Punia, Dolores Lopez-Terrada and Andrea M. Sheehan
Detection of Lymphoid and Myeloid Lineages in Infantile B Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia with Mixed Lineage Leukemia Rearrangement by Use of Flow Cytometry and Cytogenetics
Clinical Lymphoma, Myeloma & Leukemia, 2014, Sep;14 Suppl:S2-5.
Gaikwad A, Donohue RE, Elghetany MT, Sheehan AM, Lu XY, Gramatges MM, McClain KL, Mistretta TA, Punia JN, Moore TJ, Goltsova T, Cubbage M, Curry CV.
Expression of CD25 is a specific and relatively sensitive marker for the Philadelphia chromosome (BCR-ABL1) translocation in pediatric B acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Int J Clin Exp Pathol. 2014 Aug 15;7(9):6225-30