Sandhya S. Visweswariah

Professor & Ex-chair

Phone : +91-80- 2293 2542/23601522 (O)

Research Interests:
Signal transduction in biological systems; biochemistry; gut physiology

Educational History

Scientist, Astra Zeneca Research Centre, 1987-1993
PhD: Department of Biochemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalorem1987
Masters: MSc Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur 1980
Bachelors: Botany, Chemistry and Zoology, Osmania University, Hyderabad 1977

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  • Mishra V., Bose A., Kiran S., Banerjee S., A Shah I., Chaukimath P., M Reshi M., Srinivas S., Barman A., Visweswariah SS. Gut-associated cGMP mediates colitis and dysbiosis in a mouse model of an activating mutation in GUCY2C. J. Exp. Med. e20210479. doi: 10.1084/jem.20210479.
  • Fiskerstrand, T.,*# Arshad, N.,* Haukanes, B.I., Tronstad, R.R., Pham, K.D., Johansson, S., Håvik, B., Tønder, S.L, Levy, S.E., Brackman, D., Boman, H., Biswas, K.H., Apold, J., Hovdenak, N., Visweswariah, S.S.# and Knappskog, P.M. (2012) Familial Diarrhea Syndrome caused by an activating GUCY2C activating mutation. N. Engl. J. Med.366: 1586-1595. *Joint first authors; # Corresponding Authors.
  • Zaveri, A., Bose, A., Sharma, S., Rajendran, A., Biswas, P., Shenoy, A.R. and Visweswariah, S.S. (2021) Mycobacterial STAND adenylyl cyclases: the HTH domain binds DNA to form biocrystallized nucleoids Biophys. J. 120:1231-1246