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Manager Human Resource

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Summit, New Jersey, 07901, United States
Posted:
March 09, 2011

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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: KOEL CHATTERJEE, PhD

HOME ADDRESS: ** ***** **** ******

Summit, NJ 07901

EMAIL ADDRESS: jkklam@r.postjobfree.com

PHONE: 908-***-****(home)

615-***-**** (cell)

EDUCATION

January 2002- May 2003 Certificate in Human Resource

Management University of Cincinnati,

Cincinnati, Ohio.

(partial fulfillment of MBA program in Human

Resources)

January 2000 PhD degree from University of Calcutta,

India

September 1994- September 1998 PhD Fellow in Zoological Survey of

India, Calcutta, India.

September 1991- September 1993 Master of Science in Zoology, (Hematology

Major)

Presidency College, University of Calcutta, India

August 1988- August 1991 Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Zoology (Major)

Botany and Chemistry (Minor)

WORK HISTORY

July 2006- December 2010 Postdoctoral Research Associate/Laboratory

Manager in Laboratory of Experimental

Neurology,

VA at Vanderbilt University, Nashville,TN.

July 2000-June 2003 Supervisor in Starbucks Store, Chicago

September 1998-May 2000 Research Fellow in Drosophila lab, Field

Museum Of Natural History, Chicago

January 1994-May 1994 Research Assistant in Lake Gardens

Research Laboratory, Calcutta, India

POST GRADUATE TRAINING

2007 Certification in Clinical Research

Monitoring and Coordination

Course at Michigan State

University, College of Nursing

USA

2006 Training in Recombinant DNA

Methodology at National Institute

Of Health, Bethesda, USA (2 Credits, 18 lecture hours; 20 laboratory hours).

2005 Introductory training in Biotechnology by Biotech Primer in conjunction with University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, Baltimore, USA

AWARDS AND HONORS

1995 “Best Poster Presentation”,

Fifth National Symposium of

Acarology, India.

1993 Received recognition for organizing

An Exhibition on “Animal World

And Wildlife” On the event of 175th

Anniversary of the Prestigious

Presidency College, Calcutta,

India.

1990 First place in Inter College Quiz

Competition

1989 Participated in Quiz Contest-

Calcutta- 300 at the Institute of

Urban Management, Calcutta.

1984 First prize in School Quiz

Competition.

ABSTRACTS:

1. Chatterjee Koel, Gupta S.K. Mites occurring on vegetables, fruit trees and ornamental plants in West Bengal with comments on their pest status. Fifth National symposium of Acarology, 1996: P-11.

2. Gupta S.K, Chatterjee Koel. A conspectus of mite fauna of Northeast India with note on their economic importance. Fifth National symposium of Acarology, 1996: P-2.

3. Chatterjee Koel, Gupta S.K. Depletion of minerals, inorganic and organic compounds in leaves of sponge gourd (Luffa acutangula Roxb.) due to feeding of mite, Tetranychus ludeni Zacher. Fifth National Symposium of Acarology 1996: P-55.

Datta S, Kline RH, Chatterjee K, Wiley RG. Comparison of reflex and operant assays of cold versus mechanical testing in rat bilateral chronic constrictive injury (bCCI) model of neuropathic pain. American Pain Society Annual Meeting. Washington DC May 2-5.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline R, Wiley RG. CCK in Dorsal Horn and nocifensive responses after bilateral chronic constriction injury in Rat. Anesthesiology: A 174: 2007.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline R, Wiley RG. Anatomical and behavioral correlates of the bilateral chronic constriction injury of neuropathic pain in rats. Society for Neuroscience, 2007

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline R, Wiley RG. Behavioral and anatomical characterization of a novel model of neuropathic pain: Bilateral chronic constriction injury. The Journal of Pain 2008; 9(4): abstract 119

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline R, Wiley RG. Behavioral and anatomical correlations after bilateral chronic constriction injury in rats at 45 day: possible mechanisms of cold hyperalgesia. 12th World Congress of Pain in Glasgow, Scotland from 17-22 August.

Kline RH, McDaniel J, Lemons, LL, Chatterjee K, Datta S, Harvey MT, Kennedy CH, Wiley RG. Temporal analysis of nocifensive reflex or operant behaviors during prolonged thermal stimulation in the rat. Society for Neuroscience, 2008. November 15-19, Washington DC.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline RH, Wiley RG. Lumbar intrathecal CCK-saporin: anatomic and nociceptive effects. Society for Neuroscience, 2008. November 15-19, Washington DC.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline RH, Wiley RG. Dose toxicity study of intrathecal cholecystokinin (CCK)-saporin. Anesthesiology 2008; A746.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, WileyRG. Differential effects of CCK-saporin in thermal test in rats: results in operant and thermal testing. Anesthesiology 2009; A 2009

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline RH, WileyRG. CCK receptor expressing dorsal horn neurons: Role in pain and morphine analgesia, Society for Neuroscience, session no. 265, October 18, 2009

Datta S, Chattejee K, Wiley RG. Nociceptive role of superficial dorsal horn neurons expressing CCK receptor: Effects of CCK-sap on Formalin responses and dorsal horn anatomy. 13th World Congress on Pain. Montreal 2010.

Chatterjee K, Wiley RG, Lemons LL. Targeting inhibitory neurons in the superficial dorsal horn : Somatostatin saporin. Society for Neuroscience, 2010.

November 13-17, San Diego.

Datta S, Chatterjee K, Wiley RG. Decreasing abnormal nocifensive responses in the bilateral chronic constriction injury model of Neuropathic pain: Effects of lumbar intrathecal CCK-saporin. Society for Neuroscience, 2010. November 13-17, San Diego.

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

1. Gupta S.K, Chatterrjee Koel. Acari: Plant Mites. State Fauna Series 6: Fauna of Delhi, Zoological Survey of India, 1996; 485-532.

2. Chatterjee Koel, Gupta S.K. An overview of mites occurring on vegetables, fruit trees and Ornamental plants in West Bengal, India with their importance as pests or predators. Journal of Bengal Natural History Society. 1996; new series Vol 15(No 2):18-27.

3. Chatterjee Koel, Gupta S.K. Depletion of minerals, inorganic and organic compounds in leaves of sponge gourd (Luffa acutangula Roxb.) due to feeding of mite, Tetranychus ludeni Zacher. Journal of Entomological Research. 1997; 21 (3): 233-235.

4. Gupta S.K, Chatterjee Koel. Fauna of Mizoram: Plant mites (Acari). State Fauna series 6, Zoological Survey of India, 1999.

5. Chatterjee Koel, Gupta S.K. Mites occurring on Vegetables, Fruit trees and Ornamental plants in West Bengal with comments on their pest status.

Science and Culture. 2000. 15: 11-15.

6.Datta S, Chatterjee K, Kline RH, Wiley RG. Behavioral and anatomical characterization of the bilateral sciatic nerve constriction (bCCI) injury: correlation of anatomic changes and responses to cold stimuli. Molecular Pain 2010; 6 : 7 (27 Jan 2010).

LABORATORY EXPERIENCE:

1) Doctor of Philosophy experience:

In-depth knowledge and experience with carrying out complex survey work on plants with mite occurrence.

Studied biological life-cycle studies of various mite species relative to their agricultural importance either as pests or predators.

Undertook ecological studies over a period of time to understand various pest mites occurrence and their significance in relation to different seasons.

Performed extensive phytochemical analysis on plants suffering mite infestations to study nutrient depletion.

2)Research Experience at the Drosophila Lab:

Maintaining Drosophila colonies.

DNA Extraction, Gel Electrophoresis.

3) Post Doctoral Research Associate experience:

Experimental Neurology and Pain Lab: Extensive animal handling experience in performing surgeries, in rodents (rats); Transcardiac Animal Perfusions, Behavioral Testing (both operant and reflex model) and subsequent data analysis in Sigma Plot.

Extensive experience and training in Immunocytochemistry and Confocal Microscopy from the esteemed laboratory of Dr. David Maxwell and Dr. Andrew Todd in University of Glasgow, UK.

Duties performed included setting up new labs, as a lab manager in managing research/research personnels, ordering, stocking of Lab supplies etc.

Gained extensive experience in aiding the PI in grants submission/write up.

Also gained proficiency in Poster making/powerpoint presentations, using Sigma Plot etc.

4) Continuing education:

a) Biotechnology introductory experience included course lectures on ethics, genomics, protein basics, gene expression, transgenic technology, cell communication, proteomics, immunology and vaccines, embryology and stem cell

b) Recombinant DNA methodology: at NIH.

Lab experience included

• Extraction of DNA (Yeast, Cheek and Plasmid)

• Gel Electrophoresis (Agarose)

• Southern Analysis (Probe labeling, hybridization, chemiluminescent detection)

• RNA extraction

• DNA ligation into vector

• PCR (electrophoresis and analysis; optimization of magnesium concentration)

• Bacterial transformation

c) Certificate in Clinical research and Monitoring from

Michigan State University).

d) Certificate in Human Resource Management,

University Of Cincinnati, OH (towards partial fulfillment of MBA coursework)

5) Graduate school experience:

• Extensive animal dissections of various vertebrate and invertebrate groups.

• Performed DNA extraction and Gel electrophoresis.

• Extensive biochemical experiments performed including protein assays, carbohydrate analysis and extraction of organic and inorganic elements.

• Use of microtome, preparing tissue sections for histological studies (Tissue section staining).

• Hemoglobin estimation and study of various blood slides in relation to several blood related disorders done as part of the Hematology (Major) curriculum.

• Immunocytochemistry and histology techniques.

References provided upon request.



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