Functional profiling of circular noncoding RNA circANKRD12 in cancer

Thasni Karedath

Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q)

THASNI KAREDATH ABDUL AZIS Post Doctoral Research AssociateDepartment of Genetic MedicineWeill Cornell Medicine – QatarEmail: tka2001@qatar-med.cornell.eduSUMMARY My primary area of interest is in cancer biology with special interest on cancer drug discovery,  non-coding RNA cancer stem cell research and personalized medicine. EDUCATIONPhD      Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology  Biotechnology (cancer Biology)  (2004-2009) Advance course on Cancer biology and therapeutics (Harvard Medical School) Year 2015- 2016 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Post Doctoral Research Associate/ Senior Research Specialist: Department of Genetic Medicine ,WCM-Q(AUG 2013-Till date) Post Doctoral research associate  Department of chemical and biomolecular engineering, Rice University, Houston, Texas (Jan2010-Feb2011) 


ABSTRACT Introduction: Circular RNAs (circRNA) that form through non-canonical backsplicing events of pre-mRNA transcripts are evolutionarily conserved and abundantly expressed across species. However, the functional... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Thasni Karedath (Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q))
  2. Ikhlak Ahmed (Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q))
  3. Fatima Al Dasim (Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q))
  4. Wafa Al Ameri (Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q))
  5. Joel Malek (Weill Cornell Medicine - Qatar (WCM-Q))

Topic Areas

Biomarkers and diagnostics, liquid biopsy, imaging, biochip/microarray technologies, advan , Personalized therapies (cancer, immunology, infectious diseases, clinical case studies, et , Emerging opportunities in personalized medicine, cutting-edge new strategies and solutions


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