Dr. Madhavi Chakravadhanula
Dr. Madhavi Chakravadhanula has seventeen years of biomedical research experience with fourteen peer-reviewed publications and many national and international conference presentations. Her research expertise areas include Cellular biology, Molecular biology, Genetics, and Biochemistry.
She worked as a biomedical Scientist at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Arizona State University (ASU), where her research projects included cancer related signal transduction pathways pertaining to translational medical research. Dr. Chakra earned her PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology at ASU, where she studied cell cycle regulation in cancers along with environmental effects of nanohematite. Prior to her doctoral studies, she earned a Master’s in Life Sciences from the University of Madras, India, and earned a second Master’s in Biology from West Virginia University (WVU). After her WVU Master’s, she worked as a Research Assistant for four years involved in projects dealing with cell cycle regulation, triple helix DNA studies, and Alzheimer’s research.
Besides being on the Advisory board for SonusMed as Scientific Advisor, Dr. Chakravadhanula currently serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ, where she is involved in teaching advanced level biology courses and mentoring undergraduate research.