Amit Reddi

Amit
R.
Reddi
Associate Professor
Office Location: 
IBB 3313
Phone: 
404-385-1428
Research Interests: 

Metalloproteins constitute one of the largest classes of proteins in the proteome and are involved in virtually every metabolic and signaling pathway of consequence to human health and disease. Broadly speaking, the Reddi laboratory is interested in determining the cellular, molecular, and chemical mechanisms by which metalloproteins are activated by cells, and once activated, how they communicate with other biomolecules to promote normal metabolism and physiology, placing an emphasis on systems relevant to cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, and infectious diseases. Current projects in the lab are focused on elucidating heme trafficking pathways and the role of Cu/Zn Superoxide Dismutase (SOD1) in redox signaling. Prospective students will get broad training in disciplines that span modern biochemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, biophysics, chemical biology, molecular genetics, and cell biology. 

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Google Scholar: 
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PubMed page: 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Amit+R+Reddi
Research Areas: 
Cancer Biology
Chemical Biology
Systems Biology
Research Center Affiliations: 
Integrated Cancer Research Center
University: 
Georgia Institute of Technology
Petit Roles: 
Petit Faculty Member
Primary School/Department: 
Georgia Tech School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Email: 
amit.reddi@chemistry.gatech.edu
Drupal Role: 
Scholar Applicant Reviewer