Dr. Jiny Nair

  • (Lab Head, Genomics- Neuome Technologies Pvt. Ltd.         
  • Ph.D in Genomics -Allied Head Sciences (RGUHS)          
  • Masters in Biomedical Genetics (VIT)   

brief about dr.jiny nair

Linkedin Dr. Jiny Nair (Lab Head, Genomics- Neuome Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Ph.D – Genomics, Allied Health Sciences) Molecular Geneticist with a decade experience in applying cutting-edge genomic technology in research and genetic diagnostic laboratories. Passionate about combining the knowledge of genomics with the art of working alongside patients. Instrumental in understanding the genetics of premature […]
  • Ph.D in Genomics -Allied Head Sciences (RGUHS)
  • Masters in Biomedical Genetics (VIT)
  • 2022-Present Lab Head-Genomics, Neuome Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
  • 2018-2022 Senior Research Scientist; Gunshaeela Hospital
  • 2017-2018 Senior Scientific/ Bioinformatics Application Specialist, QIAGEN, India
  • 2015-2017 Scientist- Advanced Genomics Application, QIAGEN, India


  • American society of Human Genetics (ASHG)
  • The Indian Society of Human Genetics (ISHG)


  • Professional Certificate program in Genetic Counselling (Duration 24 weeks, July 2021-Jun 2022)
  • Certificate of Training in Reproductive Genetics (23-25 Oct 2020)
  • Network analysis of inflammatory genes and their transcriptional regulators in coronary artery disease. J Nair, M Ghatge, VV Kakkar, J Shanker. PloS one 9 (4), e94328.
  • CELSR2–PSRC1–SORT1 gene expression and association with coronary artery disease and plasma lipid levels in an Asian Indian cohort. P Arvind, J Nair, S Jambunathan, VV Kakkar, J ShankerJournal of Cardiology 64 (5), 339-346.
  • Role of vitamin D levels and vitamin D receptor polymorphisms in relation to coronary artery disease: the Indian atherosclerosis research study. J Shanker, A Maitra, P Arvind, J Nair, D Dash, R Manchiganti et.al. Coronary artery disease 22 (5), 324-332.
  • Relationship between periodontal disease, Porphyromonas gingivalis, peripheral vascular resistance markers and coronary artery disease in Asian Indians. J Shanker, P Setty, P Arvind, J Nair, D Bhasker, G Balakrishna, VV Kakkar. Thrombosis research 132 (1), e8-e14.
  • Genome-wide expression analysis suggests hypoxia-triggered hyper-coagulation leading to venous thrombosis at high altitude. PK Jha, A Sahu, A Prabhakar, T Tyagi, T Chatterjee, P Arvind, J Nair et.al. Thrombosis and Haemostasis 118 (07), 1279-1295.