Nilesh W. Gaikwad


Nilesh W. Gaikwad has completed his first degree in the field of Chemical Biology from Harvard Medical School, Boston and Post-doctorate in carcinogenesis from University of California, San Francisco. He is the currently serving as the director at Steroid Core West Coast Metabolomics Center (WCMC) and working as an associate professor at University of California, Davis, USA. He has received many international awards and recognition for his contribution in various fields such as metabolomics, nutrition, and toxicology. He also served on the editorial board and as a reviewer for some of the international journals. He is an active member of many professional societies and has some research patents to his credit. He published many articles in both national and international journals.

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The core areas of research in his lab are Steroid metabolomics, Biomarkers, Metabolic Pathway modulation, Metabolic enzymes, Instrumentation, modulation of metabolic profile by using antioxidants, polyphenols, flavones, and phytochemicals.

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