Sadashiva Karnik, Ph.D.

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Sadashiva Karnik, Ph.D.

Department Molecular Cardiology
Primary Location Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Type of Doctor Researcher
Languages English
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About Sadashiva Karnik, Ph.D.

Sadashiva S. Karnik, PhD, MSc, is a Professor in the Department of Molecular Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland. He is also full staff in the Department of Molecular Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic's Research Institute and is adjunct professor of chemistry and biology, Cleveland State University, Cleveland. Dr. Karnik joined Cleveland Clinic in 1990 after serving as a research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Mass.

 

Dr. Karnik graduated with a master’s of science degree from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India, and PhD in molecular genetics from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. Dr. Karnik also completed post-doctoral work in molecular genetics at University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

 

A researcher with nearly 80 published papers to his credit, Dr. Karnik earned a National Merit Scholarship from the Government of India from 1969 to 1976. He has won many research awards, landed numerous grants and given lectures worldwide. In 2006, Dr. Karnik was a visiting professor and national lecturer for the Japanese Hypertension Society, Tokyo.

Education & Professional Highlights

Education & Professional Highlights

Appointed
1997

Education & Fellowships

Doctorate - Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore, India
1981

Undergraduate - S.P. College of Sciences
Srinagar, India
1973

Fellowship - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA USA

Fellowship - University of Zurich Institute for Molecular Biology
Sweden

Additional Training

  • Post-doctoral Research Fellow: ETH-University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Research Associate, Mass. Inst. Technology, Cambridge, MA USA

Professional Highlights

  • Establishing the relationship of extracellular cysteine connectivity and high-affinity state of GPCRs.
  • Delineating binding sites for hormone and antihypertensive agents on AT1 receptor
  • Constitutive activity of angiotensin receptors
  • Novel gene regulatory mechanisms activated by angiotensin receptors

Specialty Interests

Cardiac Hypertrophy, Hypertension, Renin-angiotensin System

Awards & Honors

  • 1990-2007, Member of LRI Staff
  • 1992-1997, NIH RO1grant: Structure-function analysis of mammalian rhodopsin 
  • 1992-1994, Pfizer Educational Grant: Recombinant expression of human mast cell chymase 
  • 1997-2001, NHLBI RO1: Molecular Basis of AngII receptor functions  
  • 1999 Established Investigator award of the American Heart Association
  • Study Section Panel: 1996-2000
  • American Heart Association National; 1995-1998 Ohio Heart Association; 1996 Foundation Fighting Blindness (Ad-Hoc)
  • 2001-2002 Astra-Zeneca Basic Research Award
  • 2002-2006 NHLBI RO1: Molecular Basis of AngII receptor functions (renew for years 4-8) 
  • 2002-2006 NHLBI RO1: Mechanism of cell death in expressing AT2 Receptor
  • Ad-hoc reviewer for NIH Experimental Cardiovascular Sciences Study Section, National Science
  • Foundation Reviewer Panel. NIH Vascular Cell Molecular Biology Study Section
  • Appointed to Committee on Appointments & Promotions LRI
  • Appointed Chair of Committee for LRI Retreat
  • Awarded Medal of the Tohoku Medical Society, Sendai, Japan
  • Invited Plenary Lecturer at 10th Tanabe Angiotensin Conference, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2004: Session Chair, Novel Aspects of AT2 receptor Signaling at the Angiotensin Gordon Conference-2004; Member, Organizing and Scientific Programs Committee, Angiotensin Gordon Conference
  • 2004 Appointed Professor, CCLCM
  • 2005-2009 Appointed Permanent Member, VCMB Study Section
  • 2006-2010 NHLBI RO1: Molecular Basis of AngII receptor functions (renew for years 9-12)
  • 2006-2011 NHLBI RO1: Phosphoproteomics and gene regulation 
  • 2006 Visiting Professor & National Lecturer at Japanese Hypt. Society, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2007 Reappointed to external advisory board COBRE II, University North Dakota School of Medicine

Memberships

  • American Association for Advancement of Science
  • High blood Pressure Council of American Heart Association
  • American Chemical Society
Research & Publications

Research & Publications

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Industry Relationships

Industry Relationships

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As of 3/1/2016, Dr. Karnik has reported no financial relationship with industry that is applicable to this listing. In general, patients should feel free to contact their doctor about any of the relationships and how the relationships are overseen by Cleveland Clinic. To learn more about Cleveland Clinic's policies on collaborations with industry and innovation management, go to our Integrity in Innovation page.

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