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Anurag Sharma, MS, PHD

Weill Cornell Medical College

Contact Details

Weill Cornell Medical College
413 E 69th St

Bio

Anurag Sharma, DVM, MVSc, PhD, DACVM, RAC

Anurag is an Instructor of Genetic Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine at New York, NY. He is a pre-clinical researcher with primary interest in biologics, in particular, vaccines development and gene therapy. Anurag has developed, characterized and investigated several novel adenoviral vectors for the generation of various vaccine candidates against infectious diseases such as pseudomonas, respiratory syncytial virus and cancer gene therapy. Anurag has authored more than 20 research articles and book chapters in peer-reviewed journals.

Anurag holds a bachelors' degree in Veterinary Sciences (DVM) and masters' degree in Animal Biotechnology from India and PhD in Molecular Virology from Purdue University, USA. He is also a board certified diplomate of American College of Veterinary Microbiologists (ACVM) with specializations in Virology and Immunology.

Anurag attained regulatory affairs certification (RAC-US) in 2016 and he has a keen interest in regulatory affairs to advance public health and contribute to control the safety and efficacy of biological products such as human and animal vaccines, gene and cellular therapies and biosimilars.

Position Title

Instructor of Genetic Medicine

Education

Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana, United States
PhD, 2009
Molecular Virology

College of Veterinary Sciences
Pantnagar, India
DVM, 2001

Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Bareilly, India
MVSc, 2003
Animal Biotechnology

Year Entered Profession

2009

Current Organization Type

Academia

Job History

Weill Cornell Medicine
Instructor of Genetic Medicine
New York, NY, United States
October 2014 - present

Weill Cornell Medicine
Postdoctoral Associate
New York, NY, United States
October 2009 - September 2014

Regional Interests

United States

Product Interests

Biologics, Biosimilars/Generic, Combination Products, Veterinary medicines