Chander Peddaboina, PhDScientist

Chander received his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering from JNTU, India  and later moved to Texas where he graduated with Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas where he successfully developed in situ photo-polymerizable hydrogel nanoparticle system for wound healing. He later worked as a molecular biologist at Baylor Scott & White Health where he studied bcl-2 family proteins and programmed cell death implications in oncology, particularly in lung, colon, and mesothelioma cancers. His graduate work at Texas A&M University focused on the impact of autophagy in antigen processing and presentation in B cell subsets and importance of self-versus non-self peptide presentation in autoimmune diseases. 

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