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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Work History
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Department of Otolarangyology ,
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Department of Pharmacology and Chemical Biology ,
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Department of Forensic Science and Human Genetics ,
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Department of Biochemistry ,
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Department of Zoology ,
Professional Summary
A published scientific professional with a background in cancer prevention / intervention with 5 years in leading advanced research projects. Extremely knowledgeable in overall laboratory function and maintenance                           
Accomplishments
  • Molecular Biology: SDS-PAGE and western blotting, RT and qRT-PCR, co-IP Cell Biology: tissue culture of of regular/cancer; human/ mouse prostate, breast, colon and melanoma cancer cells IF, IHC, microscopy (confocal, EM), flow cytometery, ELISA, viability/proliferation assays, migration/invasion/wound/colony assays, zymography, plasmid culture and purification, transfection (siRNA/shRNA/plasmid), DNA/RNA isolation, experiments to generate stable cell lines, lentiviral preparation, soft agar assay,.
  • gal staining for senescence detection, sucrose gradient based extraction, amplex red assay, sphere assay, for cancer stem cells, gene array experiments.
  • Animal Studies: working with xenograft and PDX models Publications (2011-2017) Claire AR, Volonte D, Chen C, Dacic S, Stabile LR, Kurland BF, Abberbock SR, Burns TF, Herman JG, Di YP.
  • Caveolin-1 promotes the tumor suppressor properties of oncogene-induced cellular senescence.
  • Under review in Cancer Research, 2017.
  • Kulkarni S, Bill A, Godse NR, Khan NI, Kass JI, Steehler K, Kemp C, Davis K, Bertand CA, Claire AR, Holt DE, Grandis JR, Gaither A, Duvvuri U.
  • TMEM16A/ANO1 Suppression Improves Response to Antibody Mediated Targeted Therapy of EGFR and HER2/ERBB2' in Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer, 2017.
  • Claire AR, Moura MB, Hahm E-R, Singh SV.
  • Sulforaphane inhibits c-Myc mediated prostate cancer stem-like traits' in Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, 2016; 9999:1-14.
  • This paper was awarded 2nd prize for poster presentation at University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) Retreat held at University of Pittsburgh, USA Sakao K.
  • Claire AR.
  • Chinni SR, Amjad AI, Parikh R, Singh SV.
  • CXCR4 Is a Novel Target of Cancer Chemopreventative Isothiocyanates in Prostate Cancer Cells' Cancer Prevention Research, 2015: 8:365-74.
  • Equal Contribution Claire AR, Singh SV.
  • Molecular Targets and Mechanisms of Cancer Prevention and Treatment by Withaferin A, A Naturally Occurring Steroidal Lactone' in American Association for Pharmaceutical sciences, 2014; 16:1-10.
Skills
  • Published researcher
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Scientific Writing

  • Designing projects to identify oncogenic signaling pathways to translate into novel therapies
  • Analyzing and presenting complex biological findings in an understandable manner
Work History
Research Associate, 10/2016 - 06/2017
Engine Group , ,
  • Primary focus on Head and Neck Cancer in regard to the role of channel protein TMEM16A on autophagy and mitochondrial alterations.
Research Associate, 07/2015 - 09/2016
Engine Group Cincinnati, OH, Principal focus was to study the role of caveolin-1 on oncogenic Ras-induced cellular senescence.
Postdoctoral Associate, 06/2011 - 05/2015
International Association For Great Lakes Research Ann Arbor, MI,
  • Main focus was to study the chemopreventative properties  of broccoli derived sulforaphane and other isothiocyanates on prostate cancer.
  • Identified molecular mechanisms of cancer prevention including epithelial to mesenchymal transition and role of cancer stem cells
  • Established novel molecular targets of chemopreventative isothiocyanates like CXCR4 and c-myc 
Education
Masters in Science: Life Sciences, Expected in 2000
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Gujarat University - ,
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Ph.D.: Life Sciences, Expected in 2007
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Studied the mitigating role of vitamin A and kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) on arsenic-induced neuro and genotoxicity in mammals.

Arsenic induced free-radical toxicity and distorted the TCA cycle intermediates in cerebral hemisphere and cerebellum of mice. Chromosomal mutations and anomalies were observed in human blood. The ameliorative properties of vitamin A and kalmegh were studied in this regard.

Bachelor of Science: Biochemistry, Expected in 1998
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Affiliations
A published scientific professional with a background in cancer prevention / intervention. Possess excellent communication skills, with experience in designing projects to identify oncogenic signaling pathways to translate into novel therapies, scientific writing, as well as analyzing and presenting complex biological findings in an understandable manner.
Publications
Claire AR, Singh SV. 'Functional Relevance of D,L-Sulforaphane-mediated induction of vimentin and plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 in human prostate cancer cells' in The European Journal of Nutrition, 2014; 53:84352. Claire AR, Hahm ER, Arlotti JA, Watkins S, Stolz DB, Desai D, Amin S, Singh SV. 'Chemoprevention of Prostate Cancer by D,L-Sulforaphane Is Augmented by Pharmacological Inhibition of Autophagy in a Transgenic Mouse Model' in Cancer Research, 2013; 73:5985-95.

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