Supriya Srivastava

National University of SingaporeSingapore

Dr Supriya Srivastava is a pathologist at the Cancer Science In- stitute, National University of Singapore. She attended medical school in India (Meerut, UP) and graduated in 2001. She then specialized in Pathology at King Georges’ Medical University, Luc- know (UP), receiving her postgraduate medical degree (MD) in 2007. As a medi- cal student she received various recognitions in academic circles. For more than three years, she has been actively engaged in research at the National University of Singapore. Her areas of research include identifying biomarkers in patients at high risk of gastric cancer, prognostic biomarkers in hepatocellular carcinoma and cervical carcinoma and identifying the origin of Barrett’s Oesophagus. She is also involved in research projects involving confocal laser endomicroscopy of the gas- trointestinal tract and Laser Capture Microdissection, and has been an author and co-author in various papers on topics within her research interest.

2books edited

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Supriya Srivastava

The book "Intraepithelial neoplasia" is till date the most comprehensive book dedicated entirely to preinvasive lesions of the human body. Created and published with an aim of helping clinicians to not only diagnose but also understand the etiopathogenesis of the precursor lesions, the book also attempts to identify its molecular and genetic mechanisms. All of the chapters contain a considerable amount of new information, with an updated bibliographical list as well as the latest WHO classification of intraepithelial lesions that has been included wherever needed. The text has been updated according to the latest technical advances.This book can be described as concise, informative, logical and useful at all levels discussing thoroughly the invaluable role of molecular diagnostics and genetic mechanisms of the intraepithelial lesions. To make the materials easily digestive, the book is illustrated with colorful images.

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