Isha Srivastava MD, PhD

EDUCATION

Child Neurology Residency: Stanford
Pediatric Residency: Stanford Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Medical School: Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Undergraduate: Johns Hopkins University 

PUBLICATIONS

Srivastava, I.N.and Crino, P.B. Disorders associated with tubulinopathies and mTORopathies. (2019) In:Shorvon, S., Guerrini, R., Trinka, E., & Schachter, S. (Eds.). The Causes of Epilepsy: Diagnosis and Investigation. Cambridge University Press.

González-Fernández, E., Jeong, H. K., Fukaya, M., Kim, H., Khawaja, R. R., Srivastava, I. N., Waisman A, Son YJ,and  Kang, S. H. (2018). PTEN negatively regulates the cell lineage progression from NG2+ glial progenitor to oligodendrocyte via mTOR-independent signaling. Elife7, e32021.

Srivastava, I. N.,Shperdheja, J., Baybis, M., Ferguson, T., & Crino, P. B. (2016). mTOR pathway inhibition prevents neuroinflammation and neuronal death in a mouse model of cerebral palsy. Neurobiology of disease85, 144-154.

Kang, S.H., De Biase,L., JeongH-K., Sailer,K., Srivastava, I.N., Hughes, E., Fukaya,M., Chung, H.J., Takebayashi, H., Hong, S., and Bergles, D.E.Adult Glial Progenitors Reiterate Developmental Program for the Repopulation after Large Scale Cell Ablation. Manuscript in preparation. 

Srivastava, I. K., Kan, E., Srivastava, I. N., Cisto, J., Biron, Z. (2008). Structure, Immunopathogenesis and Vaccines Against SARS Coronavirus. In Immunity Against Mucosal Pathogens (pp. 383-414). Springer, Dordrecht.


HOBBIES

  • cooking and baking
  • drawing
  • exploring art museums
  • traveling