Assistant Professor In-Residence, Hartford
Molecular and Cell Biology
Education: PhD in Life Sciences. Thesis entitled “Oxidative stress and Non-enzymatic Glycation in Experimental Diabetes”. MS in Life Sciences and Data Science.
Research Interests: Application of machine learning and natural language processing to answer biological questions and gain insight into biological systems. As an assistant professor-in-residence at UConn, I am interested in developing curriculum on topics such as: genetics and genomics, cell biology, neuroimmunology and biomedical science.
GitHub page: https://github.com/limayeP/
D.M. Konovic, P.V. Limaye, L.C.H. Colburn, M.B. Singh, M.M. Milosevic, J. Tadic, M. Petronijevic, S. Vrzic-Petronijevic, P.R. Andjus and S.D. Antic 2020 Cadmium versus Lanthanum Effects on Spontaneous Electrical Activity and Expression of Connexin Isoforms Cx26, Cx36 and Cx45 in the Human Fetal Cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 30(3), 1244–1259
P.V. Limaye, M.L. McGovern, M.B. Singh, K.D. Oikonomou, G.S. Belinsky & S.D. Antic 2016 The temporal dynamics of spontaneous Ca 2+ transients, ERBB4, VGLUT1, GAD1, connexin and pannexin genes in early stages of human neurodifferentiation. Pluripotent Stem Cells, Ed. Tomizawa, M., Intech.
G. Reinchisi, P.V. Limaye, M.B. Singh, S.D. Antic & N. Zecevic 2013 Neurogenic potential of hESC-derived Human Radial Glia is amplified by Human Fetal Cells. Stem Cell Research, 11(1), 587–600.