Ruhikanta A. Meetei, PhD

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Phone: 513-636-1768

Fax: 513-636-3768


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Clinical Interests

Fanconi anemia; chromosome instability; DNA repair; multiprotein complex

Research Interests

Research in my laboratory focuses on functional analysis of Fanconi anemia gene products. The major research focus includes identification of new FA genes and signal transduction pathways that regulate DNA damage induced activation of the FA-core complex. Important technologies include biochemical purification of multiprotein complexes from human cell extracts, immunoprecipitation, RNAi, and biochemical assays. My long-term research goal is to use Fanconi anemia as a model system to study some of the important fundamental questions of cancer biology in general.

Education and Training

BS: Manipur University, India, 1989.

MS: Manipur University, India, 1992.

PhD: Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 2000.


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Function and Regulation of FANCM in Fanconi Anemia. National Institutes of Health. May 2007 - Apr 2012. #R01 HL 084082. 

Functional and Molecular Characterization of Two New Members of the Bloom Syndrome Complex Ohio Cancer Research Associates. Jul 2010 - Jun 2012.