Husna Nugrahapraja, Ph.D.

Husna Nugrahapraja, Ph.D.

School of Life Sciences & Technology
Institut Teknologi Bandung
Jl. Ganesa No. 10 Bandung,
Indonesia 40132
Phone: +62 22 251 1575, 250 0258
Fax: +62 22 253 4107
Email: nugrahapraja@sith.itb.ac.id

Biography
Husna Nugrahapraja completed his doctoral program with a thesis entitled “Genetic and molecular analysis of the cross-incompatibility (CI) phenomenon in maize” from Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna Pisa, Italy, in 2015. Currently, his research focused on data analysis molecular data derived from Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS), Genomics and Transcriptomics, and Identification and Characterization of lncRNA molecules (long non-coding RNA).
Publication in The Last 5 Years
  1. Integrative annotation and characterisation of pectin methylesterase (PME) and pectin methylesterase inhibitors (PMEI) gene families in the Maize Genome
  1. DYNAMIC MODULATION ON TRANSCRIPTIONAL NETWORK DURING CROSS-INCOMPATIBILITY OF Gametophyte factor1 (Ga1) LOCUS IN MAIZE
  2. Chitosan-Based Coating as an Alternative Post-harvest Technology for Banana
  3. Study on RNA Quality of Cavendish Banana (Musa acuminata AAA Group) Flesh Tissues with Different Preservation Methods Related to Expression of MaGAPDH, MaACS1, and MaACO1 Genes
  4. Application of Elongation Factor Genes in Agriculture: From Genomics to Metabolic Engineering.
  5. Growth Performance of Duckweed Fern Azolla pinnata R. Br. (Catfish eye) on Variation of Culture Medium.
  6. Developing Ecotourism as An Effort in Enhancing Competitiveness of Indonesia Tourism (Case Study: Ir. H. Djuanda Forest Park, Bandung)
  1. Modelling of Indonesia Tourism Marketing by Aligning Tourist’s Perception And Stakeholders’ Participation
Research Project in the Last 5 Years
–  As the Principal Investigator

DECIPHERING THE TRANSCRIPTOMICS LANDSCAPE OF MDCK AND SI6 CELL LINES THROUGH NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

Cooperation Grant from the ForMIND Institute and PT BIO FARMA

–  As a Research Member

  1. The Development of Postharvest Management System by Utilizing Nanomaterial TiO2 with Banana Fruit as Model
  2. Utilization of Eco-Friendly Biochemistry (Nanocitosan) as Natural Fungicide Against Phytophthora capsici on Eight Cultivars of Chili Plants in West Java for Agroindustry Applications
  3. Transcriptome and Expression Profile Analysis of Banana Gene that Plays a Role in Ethylene Synthesis for Application in Agriculture Field
  4. The Use of Biomaterials Nano-chitosan as Biofungicide Against Phytophthora capsici on chillies cultivars in West Java Indonesia for sustainable agro-industries applications
  5. Fruit Storage Chamber as an alternative to post-harvest fruit storage
  6. The Application of Omics Technology in Banana Fruit Processing as a Standard of Food Industry Export
  7. GENES EXPRESSION STUDIES RELATED TO ETHYLENE BIOSYNTHESIS DURING BANANA RIPENING
  8. Establishment the Database of Biodiversity of Multiomics and Biogeography of the Exotic Banana of Maluku Islands Stick for Indonesian Food Security
  9. Development of Biogeography and Biodiversity Database for Smart Village Modeling Based on the Local Banana Commodities to Strengthen Sustainability of Village Economic Activity

 

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