Sandeep D. KaleMSc
Mr. Sandeep is a Research Associate at DUKE-National University of Singapore (NUS), Medical School Singapore. He has obtained his Masters degree in 2009 in Biotechnology from the Bangalore University, India. He has been working in the field of Emerging Infectious diseases and therapeutic research for more than 8.0 years. His research interest includes pathogenesis studies on various newly emerging and re-emerging respiratory pathogens such as pH1N1 influenza virus, high pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus strains, respiratory bacterial pathogens such Klebsiella, A. baumannii and also high pathogenic bacterial strain like Burkholderia pseudomallei. Prior to joining DUKE-NUS Mr. Sandeep was associated with Vaccine Research and Development Center (VRDC), Ventri Biologicals, Pune, India and National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune, India. In VRDC he worked on the development of novel poultry vaccines while working in NIV he gained the exposure to work on pH1N1 (2009) swine flu virus studies, both serosurveillance and vaccine clinical trial studies.