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Dr. Sushil Kumar Sahu received his M.Sc. degree in Life Sciences from Sambalpur University in 2006, and Ph.D. in Life Sciences from Institute of Life Sciences, Utkal University in 2014. He then moved to United States as a Postdoctoral Research fellow to work at University of Pennsylvania (2015-16) with Prof. Erle Robertson and at Johns Hopkins University (2016-19) with Prof. James T. Stivers. Dr. Sahu was a Guest faculty in the Ravenshaw University (2019-20), Cuttack before joining the AIPH University in 2020. He runs a virology lab and has been dedicated to the study of virus-host interactions with a preference to HIV, HCV and human γ-herpesviruses (EBV & KSHV) and SARS-CoV-2 using genetic, genomic, proteomic and biochemical approaches. He has produced over 15 peer-reviewed publications, related book chapters and presented his work in 10+ International conferences. His long-term goal is to develop novel assays for the study of viruses, their reservoir and investigate for the vaccines and drugs against them.
 
Selected Publications
  • Meshesha M, Esadze A, Cui J, Churgulia N, Sahu SK, Stivers JT et al. Deficient uracil base excision repair leads to persistent dUMP in HIV proviruses during infection of monocytes and macrophages. PLos One, 2020, 15(7): e0235012.
  • Mahto H, Pati A, Sahu SK; Sharma H, Padhi A,Panda AK. Association of MBL-2 gene polymorphisms with systemic lupus erythematosus: an updated meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis. Lupus, 2020, 29 (10), 1227-1237
  • Chattopadhyay NR, Chatterjee K, Tiwari N, Chakrabarti S, Sahu SK, Roy SD, Ghosh A, et al.  TLR9 polymorphisms might contribute to the ethnicity bias for EBV-infected Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma. iScience, 2020, 23(3):e100937.
  • Chakrabarti S, Chatterjee K, Roy SD, Sahu SK, Reddy RR., et al, Histocompatibility locus antigens regions contribute to the ethnicity bias of Epstein‐Barr virus‐associated nasopharyngeal carcinoma in higher‐incidence populations. Scand J Immunol, 2019; 90(4):e12796.
  • Asthana M, Sahu SK, Kumar A, Mohanty S, Chakrabarti S, Das P, et al. Role of Interleukin 28B Polymorphisms in Response to Interferon Based Therapy for Hepatitis C Virus Clearance. Current Drug Metabolism, 2018;19(3):215-223.
  • Mohanty S, Kumar A, Das P, Sahu SK, Choudhuri T. Multi-targeted therapy of everolimus in Kaposi’s sarcoma associated herpes virus infected primary effusion lymphoma. Apoptosis, 2017;22(9):1098-1115.
  • Kumar A, Mohanty S, Das P, Sahu SK, Rajasubramaniam S, Choudhuri T. 1, 25 (OH) 2 D3 Induces Reactivation and Death of Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus of Primary Effusion Lymphoma cells. Scientific Reports, 2017;7(1):12438.
  • Jha HC, Sun Z, Upadhyay SK, El-Naccache DW, Singh RK, Sahu SK, et al. KSHV-mediated regulation of Par3 and SNAIL contributes to B-cell proliferation. PLoS Pathogens, 2016;12(7):e1005801.
  • Sahu SK, Chakrabarti S, Roy S, Baishya N, Reddy R, Suklabaidya S, et al. Association of p53 codon72 Arg> Pro polymorphism with susceptibility to nasopharyngeal carcinoma: evidence from a case–control study and meta-analysis. Oncogenesis, 2016;5(5):e225.
  • *Mohanty S, *Sahu SK, Chattopadhyay N, Kumar A, Choudhuri T. TAp63alpha Induced Apoptosis Inhibited by Kaposi’s Sarcoma Herpesvirus Latency Nuclear Antigen. J Carcinog Mutagen, 2015;6(221):2. (*Equal contribution)
  • *Kumar A, *Sahu SK, Mohanty S, Chakrabarti S, Maji S, Reddy RR, et al. Kaposi sarcoma herpes virus latency associated nuclear antigen protein release the G2/M cell cycle blocks by modulating ATM/ATR mediated checkpoint pathway. PLoS One, 2014;9(6):e100228. (*Equal contribution) 
  • Sahu SK, Mohanty S, Kumar A, Kundu CN, Verma SC, Choudhuri T. Epstein–Barr virus nuclear antigen 3C interact with p73: Interplay between a viral oncoprotein and cellular tumor suppressor. Virology, 2014;448:333-343.
  • Sahu SK, Choudhuri T. Lack of association between Bax promoter (-248G> A) single nucleotide polymorphism and susceptibility towards cancer: evidence from a meta-analysis. PloS One, 2013;8(10):e77534.
  • Preet R, Mohapatra P, Mohanty S, Sahu SK, Choudhuri T, Wyatt MD, et al. Quinacrine has anticancer activity in breast cancer cells through inhibition of topoisomerase activity. International Journal of Cancer, 2012;130(7):1660-1670.
  • Choudhuri T, Murakami M, Kaul R, Sahu SK, Mohanty S, Verma SC, et al. Nm23-H1 can induce cell cycle arrest and apoptosis in B cells. Cancer biology & Therapy, 2010;9(12):1065-1078.

Selected Book Chapters
  • Sahu SK. Tools and Techniques for Recovery, Detection, and Inactivation of Foodborne Viruses. Food Molecular Microbiology, CRC press 2019.
  • Sahu SK, Kumar M. Application of Oncolytic Virus as a Therapy of Cancer. Microbial Biotechnology, Springer; 2018.
  • Pradhan AK, Sahu SK. Potential Applications of Nanotechnology, an Interface in Modern Science. Advances in Microbial Biotechnology, Apple Academic Press; 2018.

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