Name

Dr. Mradul Mohan

Present Designation

Scientist ‘B ’

Division Toxicology

Educational Qualification

MSc.(Microbiology), Ph.D. - CDRI, Lucknow & JNU, New Delhi

Contact Number

+91-79-22688860

E-mail Address

mohan.mradul{AT}icmr{DOT}gov{DOT}in, mradul_mohan{AT}yahoo(DOT}com

Memberships/Fellowships

 

Awards/Honors

  • ICMR-JRF 2008.
  • D S Kothari Postdoctoral Fellowship Award (DSK-PDF) 2015.
  • Awarded Travel grant from Research Institute of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science, for young scientist to attend Inhaled therapies for Tuberculosis in Tokyo, Japan from October 1-3, 2013.
  • Awarded DBT international travel grant for young scientist to attend International Congress of Immunology in Milan, Italy from August 22-27, 2013.
  • Awarded Bill and Melinda Gates Travel Grant Award for young immunologists to attend International Congress of Immunology in Milan, Italy from August 22-27, 2013.
  • Awarded best poster prize in 25th Biennial Conference of Indian Association of Leprologists, 2007, organized by Kanpur University, Kanpur.

Foreign Visits

Japan

Research Interest

Tuberculosis (Host Pathogen Interaction), Drug Delivery, Immunology, Toxicology

Number of Publications

(a) International Journal - 08  (b) National Journal- 01 (c) Book -01

Selected Publications

  1. Gautam, R., Mishra, S., Milhotra, A., Nagpal, R., Mohan, M., Singhal, A.,and Kumari, P. (2017). Challenges with Mosquito-borne Viral Diseases: Outbreak of the Monsters. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 17, 1-15.
  2. Gupta, A., Pandya, S.M., Mohammad, I., Agrawal, A.K., Mohan, M., and Misra, A. (2013). Particulate pulmonary delivery systems containing anti-tuberculosis agents. Critical Reviews™ in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems 30.
  3. Verma, R.K., Agrawal, A.K., Singh, A.K., Mohan, M., Gupta, A., Gupta, P., Gupta, U.D., and Misra, A. (2013a). Inhalable microparticles of nitric oxide donors induce phagosome maturation and kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tuberculosis 93, 412-417.
  4. Verma, R.K., Germishuizen, W.A., Motheo, M.P., Agrawal, A.K., Singh, A.K., Mohan, M., Gupta, P., Gupta, U.D., Cholo, M., and Anderson, R. (2013b). Inhaled microparticles containing clofazimine are efficacious in treatment of experimental tuberculosis in mice. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 57, 1050-1052.
  5. Verma, R.K., Singh, A.K., Mohan, M., Agrawal, A.K., Verma, P.R., Gupta, A., and Misra, A. (2012). Inhalable microparticles containing nitric oxide donors: saying NO to intracellular Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Molecular pharmaceutics 9, 3183-3189.
  6. Verma, R.K., Singh, A.K., Mohan, M., Agrawal, A.K., and Misra, A. (2011). Inhaled therapies for tuberculosis and the relevance of activation of lung macrophages by particulate drug-delivery systems. Therapeutic delivery 2, 753-768.
  7. Yadav, A.B., Singh, A.K., Verma, R.K., Mohan, M., Agrawal, A.K., and Misra, A. (2011). The devil’s advocacy: When and why inhaled therapies for tuberculosis may not work. Tuberculosis 91, 65-66.
  8. Yadav, A.B., Muttil, P., Singh, A.K., Verma, R.K., Mohan, M., Agrawal, A.K., Verma, A.S., Sinha, S.K., and Misra, A. (2010). Microparticles induce variable levels of activation in macrophages infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tuberculosis 90, 188-196.
  9. Yadav, A.B., Sharma, R., Muttil, P., Singh, A.K., Verma, R.K., Mohan, M., Patel, S.K., and Misra, A. (2009). Inhalable Microparticles Containing Isoniazid and Rifabutin Target Macrophages and “Stimulate the Phagocyte” to Achieve High Efficacy. Indian J Exp Biol 47, 469-474.