Dr Mugdha Joglekar

Research Fellow
NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, Sydney Medical School

Telephone 02 9562 5084

Curriculum vitae Curriculum vitae

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Selected grants

2014

  • Novel strategies for immune-regulation in islet transplantation; Joglekar M; Diabetes Australia Research Trust/Awards and Research Grants.

2013

  • 13th International Congress of the Immunology of Diabetes Society at Lorne, Australia; Joglekar M; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation/Travel Grant.

2012

  • Inhibition of cytotoxic T lymphocyte-mediated beta cell killing; Joglekar M; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (JDRF)/Research Support.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2013). Human Pancreatic Progenitors: Implications for Clinical Transplantation in Diabetes. In Niranjan Bhattacharya, Phillip Stubblefield (Eds.), Human Fetal Tissue Transplantation, (pp. 237-249). London: Springer.
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2012). Isolation, Expansion, and Characterization of Human Islet-Derived Progenitor Cells. In Shree Ram Singh (Eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology: Somatic Stem Cells, (pp. 351-366). New York, United States: Humana Press.
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A., Sahu, S., Yang, S. (2011). Cell Sources for Treating Diabetes. In Ali Gholamrezanezhad (Eds.), Stem cells in clinical research. Croatia: InTech Publishers.
  • Sahu, S., Joglekar, M., Yang, S., Hardikar, A. (2011). Gallbladder-derived islet stem cells. In unknown (Eds.), Stem Cells. Vienna, Austria: Open Access Publishers.
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2010). Human fetal pancreatic progenitor cells. In Phillip Stubblefield (Eds.), Clinical issues of fetal tissue transplantation in medicine. Springer.
  • Joglekar, M., Ranjan, A., Hardikar, A. (2009). Pancreas development and regeneration. In Singh, S. R. (Eds.), Stem Cells: Organogenesis and Cancer, (pp. 77-106). NIH, USA: Frontiers in Bioscience.

Journals

  • Farr, R., Joglekar, M., Taylor, C., Hardikar, A. (2013). Circulating non-coding RNAs as biomarkers of beta cell death in diabetes. Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews, 11(1), 14-20. [More Information]
  • Farr, R., Taylor, C., Satoor, S., Williams, M., Joglekar, M. (2013). From Cradle to the Grave: Tissue-specific microRNA signatures in detecting clinical progression of diabetes. MicroRNAs in Diabetes and Obesity (Non-coding RNAs in Endocrinology), 1, 16-27. [More Information]
  • Taylor, C., Satoor, S., Rajan, A., Pereira e Cotta, M., Joglekar, M. (2012). A protocol for measurement of noncoding RNA in human serum. Experimental Diabetes Research, 2012 (9), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Atre, A., Patole, M., Bhonde, R., Hardikar, A. (2012). Cellular detection of multiple antigens at single cell resolution using antibodies generated from the same species. Journal of Immunological Methods, 379(1-2), 42-47. [More Information]
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Atre, A., Patole, M., Bhonde, R., Hardikar, A. (2012). Simultaneous imaging of microRNA or mRNA territories with protein territory in mammalian cells at single cell resolution. RNA Biology, 9(7), 949-953. [More Information]
  • Vaithilingam, V., Quayum, N., Joglekar, M., Jensen, J., Hardikar, A., Oberholzer, J., Guillemin, G., Tuch, B. (2011). Effect of alginate encapsulation on the cellular transcriptome of human islets. Biomaterials, 32(33), 8416-8425. [More Information]
  • Phadnis, S., Joglekar, M., DALVI, M., MUTHYALA, S., Nair, P., GHASKADBI, S., Bhonde, R., HARDIKAR, A. (2011). Human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal cells differentiate and mature into endocrine pancreatic lineage in vivo. Cytotherapy, 13(3), 279-293. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2010). Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in pancreatic islet beta cells. Cell Cycle, 9(20), 4077-4079. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Wei, C., Hardikar, A. (2010). Quantitative estimation of multiple miRNAs and mRNAs from a single cell. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 5(8). [More Information]
  • Parekh, V., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Differentiation of human umbilical cord blood-derived mononuclear cells to endocrine pancreatic lineage. Differentiation, 78(4), 232-240. [More Information]
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Endothelial cells in pancreatic islet development and function. Islets, 34, 523-528. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Joglekar, V., Hardikar, A. (2009). Expression of islet-specific microRNAs during human pancreatic development. Gene Expression Patterns, 9(2), 109-113. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Joglekar, V., Joglekar, S., Hardikar, A. (2009). Human fetal pancreatic insulin-producing cells proliferate in vitro. Journal of Endocrinology, 201(1), 27-36. [More Information]
  • Dalvi, M., Umrani, M., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Human pancreatic islet progenitor cells demonstrate phenotypic plasticity in vitro. Journal of Biosciences, 34(4), 523-528. [More Information]
  • Sahu, S., Joglekar, M., Dumbre, R., Phadnis, S., Tosh, D., Hardikar, A. (2009). Islet-like cell clusters occur naturally in human gall bladder and are retained in diabetic conditions. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 13(5), 999-1000. [More Information]
  • Kode, J., Mukherjee, S., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Mesenchymal stem cells: immunobiology and role in immunomodulation and tissue regeneration. Cytotherapy, 11, 377-391. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Patil, D., Joglekar, V., Rao, G., Reddy, D., Mitala, S., Shouche, Y., Hardikar, A. (2009). The miR-30 family microRNAs confer epithelial phenotype to human pancreatic cells. Islets, 1, 137-147. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Parekh, V., Mehta, S., honde, R., Hardikar, A. (2007). MicroRNA profiling of developing and regenerating pancreas reveal post-transcriptional regulation of neurogenin3. Developmental Biology, 311(2), 603-612. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Parekh, V., Hardikar, A. (2007). New pancreas from old: microregulators of pancreas regeneration. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 18(10), 393-400. [More Information]
  • Phadnis, S., Joglekar, M., Venkateshan, V., Ghaskadbi, S., Hardikar, A., Bhonde, R. (2006). Human umbilical cord blood serum promotes growth, proliferation, as well as differentiation of human bone marrow-derived progenitor cells. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal, 42(10), 283-286. [More Information]

2013

  • Farr, R., Joglekar, M., Taylor, C., Hardikar, A. (2013). Circulating non-coding RNAs as biomarkers of beta cell death in diabetes. Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews, 11(1), 14-20. [More Information]
  • Farr, R., Taylor, C., Satoor, S., Williams, M., Joglekar, M. (2013). From Cradle to the Grave: Tissue-specific microRNA signatures in detecting clinical progression of diabetes. MicroRNAs in Diabetes and Obesity (Non-coding RNAs in Endocrinology), 1, 16-27. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2013). Human Pancreatic Progenitors: Implications for Clinical Transplantation in Diabetes. In Niranjan Bhattacharya, Phillip Stubblefield (Eds.), Human Fetal Tissue Transplantation, (pp. 237-249). London: Springer.

2012

  • Taylor, C., Satoor, S., Rajan, A., Pereira e Cotta, M., Joglekar, M. (2012). A protocol for measurement of noncoding RNA in human serum. Experimental Diabetes Research, 2012 (9), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Atre, A., Patole, M., Bhonde, R., Hardikar, A. (2012). Cellular detection of multiple antigens at single cell resolution using antibodies generated from the same species. Journal of Immunological Methods, 379(1-2), 42-47. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2012). Isolation, Expansion, and Characterization of Human Islet-Derived Progenitor Cells. In Shree Ram Singh (Eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology: Somatic Stem Cells, (pp. 351-366). New York, United States: Humana Press.
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Atre, A., Patole, M., Bhonde, R., Hardikar, A. (2012). Simultaneous imaging of microRNA or mRNA territories with protein territory in mammalian cells at single cell resolution. RNA Biology, 9(7), 949-953. [More Information]

2011

  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A., Sahu, S., Yang, S. (2011). Cell Sources for Treating Diabetes. In Ali Gholamrezanezhad (Eds.), Stem cells in clinical research. Croatia: InTech Publishers.
  • Vaithilingam, V., Quayum, N., Joglekar, M., Jensen, J., Hardikar, A., Oberholzer, J., Guillemin, G., Tuch, B. (2011). Effect of alginate encapsulation on the cellular transcriptome of human islets. Biomaterials, 32(33), 8416-8425. [More Information]
  • Sahu, S., Joglekar, M., Yang, S., Hardikar, A. (2011). Gallbladder-derived islet stem cells. In unknown (Eds.), Stem Cells. Vienna, Austria: Open Access Publishers.
  • Phadnis, S., Joglekar, M., DALVI, M., MUTHYALA, S., Nair, P., GHASKADBI, S., Bhonde, R., HARDIKAR, A. (2011). Human bone marrow-derived mesenchymal cells differentiate and mature into endocrine pancreatic lineage in vivo. Cytotherapy, 13(3), 279-293. [More Information]

2010

  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2010). Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition in pancreatic islet beta cells. Cell Cycle, 9(20), 4077-4079. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2010). Human fetal pancreatic progenitor cells. In Phillip Stubblefield (Eds.), Clinical issues of fetal tissue transplantation in medicine. Springer.
  • Joglekar, M., Wei, C., Hardikar, A. (2010). Quantitative estimation of multiple miRNAs and mRNAs from a single cell. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 5(8). [More Information]

2009

  • Parekh, V., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Differentiation of human umbilical cord blood-derived mononuclear cells to endocrine pancreatic lineage. Differentiation, 78(4), 232-240. [More Information]
  • Ranjan, A., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Endothelial cells in pancreatic islet development and function. Islets, 34, 523-528. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Joglekar, V., Hardikar, A. (2009). Expression of islet-specific microRNAs during human pancreatic development. Gene Expression Patterns, 9(2), 109-113. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Joglekar, V., Joglekar, S., Hardikar, A. (2009). Human fetal pancreatic insulin-producing cells proliferate in vitro. Journal of Endocrinology, 201(1), 27-36. [More Information]
  • Dalvi, M., Umrani, M., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Human pancreatic islet progenitor cells demonstrate phenotypic plasticity in vitro. Journal of Biosciences, 34(4), 523-528. [More Information]
  • Sahu, S., Joglekar, M., Dumbre, R., Phadnis, S., Tosh, D., Hardikar, A. (2009). Islet-like cell clusters occur naturally in human gall bladder and are retained in diabetic conditions. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 13(5), 999-1000. [More Information]
  • Kode, J., Mukherjee, S., Joglekar, M., Hardikar, A. (2009). Mesenchymal stem cells: immunobiology and role in immunomodulation and tissue regeneration. Cytotherapy, 11, 377-391. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Ranjan, A., Hardikar, A. (2009). Pancreas development and regeneration. In Singh, S. R. (Eds.), Stem Cells: Organogenesis and Cancer, (pp. 77-106). NIH, USA: Frontiers in Bioscience.
  • Joglekar, M., Patil, D., Joglekar, V., Rao, G., Reddy, D., Mitala, S., Shouche, Y., Hardikar, A. (2009). The miR-30 family microRNAs confer epithelial phenotype to human pancreatic cells. Islets, 1, 137-147. [More Information]

2007

  • Joglekar, M., Parekh, V., Mehta, S., honde, R., Hardikar, A. (2007). MicroRNA profiling of developing and regenerating pancreas reveal post-transcriptional regulation of neurogenin3. Developmental Biology, 311(2), 603-612. [More Information]
  • Joglekar, M., Parekh, V., Hardikar, A. (2007). New pancreas from old: microregulators of pancreas regeneration. Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism, 18(10), 393-400. [More Information]

2006

  • Phadnis, S., Joglekar, M., Venkateshan, V., Ghaskadbi, S., Hardikar, A., Bhonde, R. (2006). Human umbilical cord blood serum promotes growth, proliferation, as well as differentiation of human bone marrow-derived progenitor cells. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. Animal, 42(10), 283-286. [More Information]

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