Dr Karthika Radhakrishnan is a post-doctoral researcher working with Professor Kate Loveland in the Testis Development and Germ Cell Biology Laboratory at the Hudson Institute of Medical Research.
She completed a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Mumbai University, India. Thereafter, she joined the Reproduction Biology Laboratory and subsequently completed her PhD under Dr Pradeep Kumar G, Kerala University, India.
Dr Radhakrishnan’s PhD thesis focused on the role of histone methylation in germ cells during pubertal phase of development in order to ultimately examine if aberrant methylation of histone resulted in infertility.
Soumya A, Radhakrishnan K and Kumar PG (2017) DNA methylation and histone modifications associated with male germ cell differentiation. Journal of Endocrinology and Reproduction Vol 21(2): 59-66.
Radhakrishnan K, Bhagya KP and Kumar PG (2016) Over-expression of autoimmune regulator in spermatogonial cell line GC1-spg altered the expression of several nucleic acid binding and cytoskeletal proteins. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 15: 2686-2698.
Sree S, Radhakrishnan K, Indu S and Kumar PG (2014) Dramatic changes in 67 miRNAs during initiation of first wave of spermatogenesis in Mus musculus testis: global regulatory insights generated by miRNA-mRNA network analysis. Biology of Reproduction 91(3):1-69.