Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Research)


Dr. Jash received his postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School (Harvard University) and Ohio University, where he investigated skeletal muscle stem cell aging and the molecular mechanism of human brown adipocyte formation. He received his M.S from Calcutta University in Medical Physiology, specialized in Endocrinology, and his Ph.D. In Genetic Engineering and Biochemistry from the Indian Institute of Chemical Biology in 2014. He received the prestigious presidential medal from Indian National Science Academy (INSA). Dr.Jash was awarded “The INSA Medal for Young Scientists for the year 2014” for his pioneering work on modified mRNA mediated muscle stem cell activation leading to the acceleration of muscle regeneration.

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