Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
EH - John B Little Ctr for Radiation Sciences
Building 2, Room 233, 2nd Floor,
655 Hungtington Avenue
Boston MA 02115
|University of Mumbai, India||Bsc||2006||Biotechnology and food production|
|University of Mumbai, India||Msc||2008||Biotechnology|
|Reliance Life sciences, India||Diploma||2010||Clinical Research|
|Bhabha Atomic Research Centre-University of Mumbai, India||PhD||2017||Life Sciences|
|K11 Academy, India||Diploma||2016||Sport therapist|
|University of Mumbai, India||Diploma||2017||Fitness consultant |
|Harvard GSAS Business School Club, Boston,MA||Diploma||2018|| MBA|
|Harvard GSAS Business School Club and Morrison & Foerster LLP, Boston, MA||SC||2020||Patent Law|
|Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center, Boston, MA||SC||2020||Project Management |
|Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA||Postdoc||2022||Genomics, Radiation and Cancer Biology|
Excellence in reviewing
Bharat Excellence award with gold medal
Leading Educationist of India award with gold medal
Travel award (Scholars-in-Training [SIT]
Excellence in reviewing
Best poster image (abstract booklet back cover)
Alexander Hollaender Travel Award
Global Bhaitya Foundation excellence award
Rashtriya Vidya Gaurav Puraskar
Young Scientist Award
Nominee of President’s Gold Medal of India
Achievement of excellence Award in M.Sc
Achievement of excellence in education Award in Bsc
Best environmental project award
Best scientific project
Silver medal and excellence Award
Currently, Dr. Sneh is working as Research Associate Scientist in Department of Environmental Health, Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health, MA, USA. Her research focuses on identifying functional DNA repair biomarker in non-small lung cancer patients for predicting disease risk and designing a personalized treatment plan based on patient's sensitivity to radiation and other DNA damaging agents.
She is also an Affiliated Research Scientist at SHINE, Harvard working with the Flight Attendant Health study to test the hypothesis whether compromised genomic integrity due to air travel exposures might play a role in elevated health risk observed in flight crew.
She is also Affiliated Radiation Oncology collaborater at Brigham Women Hospital to understand the effects of low dose radiation on human health in medical settings.
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(Sneh M Toprani, Irina Mordukhovich, Eileen McNeely, Zachary Nagel)
Oct 31, 2018 - Oct 31, 2023
Assessing DNA damage and repair capacity in airline flight crew.
Role Description: This project seeks to understand the mechanisms underlying excess cancer risk among flight crew due to exposure to cosmic radiation
Role: Prinicpal Investigator
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