Eeka Prabhakar

Eeka Prabhakar

Assistant Professor, Biotechnology, GSS, VSP

Ph. D.
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Ph. D.


Degree NameInstitute & College nameYear of Graduation/Award
Ph.D.Department of Animal Sciences School of Life Sciences2013
M.Sc.School of Biotechnology2006
B.Sc.Silver Jubilee Govt Degree College2004


DesignationOrganizationFrom DateTo Date
Assistant ProfessorGITAM Deemed to be University01-07-201904-11-2022
Research AssociateUniversity of Hyderabad01-10-201431-08-2017
Flow cytometry Technical AssistantUniversity of Hyderabad17-01-201430-09-2014


Award nameAward OrganizationAwarded year
Fellowship to attend keystone e symposiaKeystone symposia2021
Fellowship to attend keystone e symposia -2Keystone symposia2021
Postdoc fellowshipTata Institute of Fundamental Research, Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India2017
International travel grantAsia Pacific Regional Committee, International Brain Research Organization (IBRO)2015
Research AssociateCouncil of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Govt. of India2014
SERC Winter school on memory and learningDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt of India2012
Science and CommunicationDepartment of Biotechnology/Wellcome Trust Allianz, Govt of India2011
QAMAS trainingDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt of India2009
DBT-JRF/SRFDepartment of Biotechnology, Govt. of India2006
Students Assistance ship for postgraduation studiesDepartment of Biotechnology, Govt. of India2004
Student Assistance ship to pursue Bachelors educationAndhra Pradesh Residential Educational Institutions Society (APREIS), Govt of Andhra Pradesh2001
Student of Best Available Scheme (BAS)Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA), Eturunagaram, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, India1989

Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte Granzymeb mediates neuronal cell death during Plasmodium berghei ANKA induced experimental cerebral malariaNeuroscience letters, Scopus, NOV-2018, 664, 58-65

Role of cytotoxic protease granzymeb in neuronal degeneration during human strokeBrain Pathology, Scopus, JAN-2011, 21 (1), 16-30

Proteolytic breakdown of cytoskeleton induces neurodegeneration during pathology of murine cerebral malariaBrain Research, Scopus, OCT-2011, 1417, 103-14

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NationalWiley IndiaOnline10-Jun-202031-Jul-2020Learn to PublishParticipatedNo
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Faculty Development ProgramFaculty development programGITAM UniversityGITAM Visakhapatnam07-May-202021-May-2020Participated
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