Faculty profile

Suresh Nimmagadda

Visiting Instructor


Contact

292 Shineman Center
suresh.nimmagadda@oswego.edu

Office hours

T 10-11
R 11-12
Others by appt.

Publications

  1. Hosseini-Farhabadi, S, Geetha-Loganathan, P, Fu, K, Nimmagadda, S, Yang, HJ, Richman, JM (2013). Dual functions for Wnt5A during cartilage development and in disease. Matrix Biol. 32(5): 252-264.
  2. Geetha-Loganathan, P, Nimmagadda, S, Hafez, I, Fu, K, Cullis, P, Richman, JM. (2011). Development of high-concentration lipoplex for in vivo gene function studies in vertebrate embryos. Dev Dyn. 240(9): 2108-2119.

  3. Geetha-Loganathan, P, Nimmagadda, S, Christ, B, Huang, R, Scaal, M. (2010). Ectodermal Wnt6 is an early negative regulator of limb chondrogenesis in the chicken embryo. BMC Dev Biol. 10:32.

  4. Buchtová, M, Kuo, WP, Nimmagadda, S, Benson, SL, Geetha-Loganathan, P, Logan, C, Au- Yeung, T, Chiang, E, Fu, K, Richman, JM. (2009). Whole genome microarray analysis of chicken embryo facial prominences. Dev Dyn. 239(2): 574-591.

  5. Geetha-Loganathan, P, Nimmagadda, S, Fu, K, Whiting, CJ, Richman, JM (2009). Expression of WNT signaling pathway genes during chicken craniofacial development. Dev Dyn. 238(5): 1150-1165. 

  6. Szabo-Rogers, HL, Geetha-Loganathan, P, Whiting, CJ, Nimmagadda, S, Fu, KK, Richman, JM. (2009). The olfactory placode is necessary and sufficient to pattern the lateral nasal skeleton Development. 136(2): 219-29.

  7. Szabo-Rogers, HL, Geetha-Loganathan, P, Nimmagadda, S, Fu, KK, Richman, JM. (2008). FGF signals from the nasal pit are necessary for normal facial morphogenesis. Dev Biol. 318(2): 289-302. 

Education

Ph.D., Developmental Biology, University of Freiburg, Germany
M.Sc, Microbiology, Bangalore University, India
B.Sc., Microbiology, Osmania University, India