Publications

the wound infection lab publications (2018-2019)

Kadam S, Kaushik K (2020).

From Ouch to Ah-ha! Undetrstanding Wounds, Healing and Infections.

Front. Young Minds 8:157.

https://kids.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/frym.2019.00157

Kadam S, Nadkarni S, Lele J, Sakhalkar S, Mokashi P, Kaushik K (2019).

Bioengineered platforms for Chronic Wound Infection Studies: How can we make them more Human-Relevant? Front Bioeng Biotechnol .

doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2019.00418


Franco-Duarte R, Černáková L, Kadam S, Kaushik K, et al (2019). Advances in chemical and biological methods to identify microorganisms – from past to present. Microorganisms 7(5), 130.

(Special issue on Identification of Microorganisms: Old, New and Future Methods).

Kadam S, Shai S, Shahane A, Kaushik K (2019). Recent advances in non-conventional antimicrobial approaches for chronic wound biofilms: Have we found the ‘chink in the armor’? Biomedicines 7(2), 35.

(Special issue on Biofilms in Wounds: New Advances in Therapy and in Healing Management)

Kaushik K, Kadam S (2019). Abandon or Administer? Moving Beyond Oversimplified Approaches and Developing Strategies that Target the Composite Infected Wound Microecosystem. Letter to the Editor. Wounds 31(1):33.

Kaushik K (2019). Defining the path of physician-scientist. Nature Medicine 25:867.

Featured as part of Nature Medicine's 25th year anniversary series to highlight 25 physician-scientists' the world over.

our previous publications

Hutchison J, Kaushik K, Lilleholm T, Bakhtiari L, Gordon VD (2018). Increased production of the extracellular polysaccharide Psl can give a growth advantage to Pseudomonas areruginosa under low iron conditions. bioRxiv https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/355339v1.

Kaushik K, Stolhandske J, Shindell O, Smyth H, Gordon VD (2016). Tobramycin and Bicarbonate synergize to kill planktonic Pseudomonas aeruginosa, but antagonize to promote biofilm survival. npj Biofilms and Microbiomes 2: 16006.

Kaushik K, Ratnayeke N, Katira P, Gordon VD (2015). The spatial profiles and metabolic capabilities of microbial populations impact the growth of antibiotic-resistant mutants. J R Soc Interface 12: 20150018.

Kaushik K, Kessel A, Ratnayeke N, Gordon VD (2015). A low-cost, hands-on module to characterize antimicrobial compounds using an interdisciplinary, biophysical approach. PLoS Biol 13(1): e1002044.

Hutchison J, Rodesney C, Kaushik K, Le H, Hurwitz D, Irie Y, Gordon VD (2014). Single cell control of initial spatial structure in biofilm development using laser trapping. Langmuir 30: 4522-4530.

Kaushik K, Kapila K, Chumber SK (2013). Photo Quiz: Lady in Red. J Clin Microbiol 51: 3915.

Kaushik K, Kapila K, Praharaj AK (2011). Shooting Up: The interface of microbial infections and drug abuse. J Med Microbiol 60: 408-422.

Kaushik K, Kapila K (2009). Women in Medical Microbiology: Reflections on contributions. Indian J Med Microbiol 27: 285-288.

Kaushik K, Kapila K (2009). Laboratory microbiology to clinical microbiology: Are we ready for the transition? Indian J Med Microbiol 27: 378-379.

Kaushik K, Lahiri KK, Chumber SK, et al (2008). Molecular characterization of clinical varicella-zoster strains from India and differentiation from the Oka vaccine strain. Jpn J Infect Dis 61: 65-67.

Kaushik K, Lahiri KK, Kumar S, et al (2008). Differentiation of wild-type varicella- zoster strains from India and the Oka vaccine strain using a VZV ORF-62 based PCR-RFLP Technique. Braz J Infect Dis 12: 313-315.

Kaushik K, Kumar S, Kapila K, et al (2007). Tuberculous brain abscess in a patient with HIV infection. Indian J Tuberc 54: 196-198.

Chumber SK, Kaushik K, Savy S (2007). Bacteriological profile of street foods in Pune. Indian J Pub Health 51.