Dr. Ajey Jain graduated from the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi in Dec 1980. His Hospital appointments are from Jan. 1981 to Dec. 1982 Resident in Pediatrics at All India Institute of Medical Science. From July 1983 to June. 1984, Intern in Pediatrics at Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, During the Brooklyn, New York. July 1985 to June 1986, Chief Resident, Pediatrics at Maimonides Hospital, Brooklyn, New York. From July 1, 1986 to June 30, 1988, Fellow in Neonatology at The New York. Hospital, New York.
July 1, 1988 to Jan 2009, Attending Neonatogist at The New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York. The period July 1, 1988 to Present, Associate Attending Pediatrician at The New York Presbyterian Hospital Medisys Network. Dr Jain is Board Certified in Pediatrics and neonatal – Perinatal Medicine of the American Board of medical specialties. Dr. Jain is also the Fellow of the Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr Jain has been on various State Committees, particularly the New York State Designation of Regionalization of Neonatal Care and to his credit has seen over 100,000 babies and over 5000 extremely preterm newborns. Dr Jain maintains active research in oxygen induced lung injuries in newborns and published extensively in the field.
In his University appointments he is a Fellow in Neonatology, at Cornell Univ. Medical College, (July 1, 1986 To June 30, 1988). He was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Cornell Univ. Medical College, (July 1, 1988 to Nov. 3, 1994). He was also an Associate Professor, Clinical Pediatrics, The Perinatology Center, Cornell University Medical College, 4TH November 1994 to present.
He is also certificate holder of Diplomate American Board of Pediatrics (1987). Diplomate American Board of Neonatal/perinatal Medicine (1991) and Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics (2001).
He got many awards some of them are National Merit Award (in India 1975), National Talent Scholar (in India 1975) and best Resident award at Maimonides Hosp. (1986), Brooklyn, New York.
He has many publications of his own like Martensson, j. , Jain A, Frayer W.W. and Meister, A (1989). “glutathione Metabolism in the Lung: Inhibition of its synthesis leads to lamellar body and mitochondrial defects”. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 86, 5296-5300. Martensson, J. Steinherz, R., Jain, A., and Meister, A (1989). “Glutathione ester prevents buthionine sulfoximine induced cataracts and lens epithelial cell damage”. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci. USA 86, 8727-8731.
Martensson j., Jain, A, and Meister, A. (1990). “Glutathione is required for intestinal function”. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci. USA 87, 1715-1719. Martensson, J., Jain, A., Stole, E., Frayer, W. W., Auld, P.A.M. and Meister, A. (1991). “Inhibition of glutathione gynthesis in the Newborn rat: A Model for endogenously produced oxidative stress”. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 88, 9360-9364. Jain, .A, Martensson, J., Stole, E., Auld, P.A. M.and Meister, A. (1991). “Glutathione deficiency leads to mitochondrial damage in brain”. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA 88, 1913-1917.
Jain, A., Martenssion, J., Mehta, Taral., Krauss, Alfred N., Auld, P.A.M. and Meister, A. (1992). :Ascorbic acid prevents oxidative stress in glutathione deficient mice; Effects on lung type 2 cell lamellar bodies, lung surgactant and skeletal muscle”. Proc. Natl. Acad Sci. USA 89,453-457. Jain, A. Martenssion, J., Mehta, Taral krauss, Alfred N., Auld P.A. and meister, A. (1992). Ascorbate prevents lung type-2 cell damage and decreased phosphatidylcholine synthesis induced by glutathione deficiency. Ped. Research (31) : 311A, 1992.
Jain, A., Buist, Neils AM., Kenneway, N., Powell, B., Auld, P.A.M. and Martensson J. (1994) Effect of ascorbate or N-acetylcysteine treatement in a patient wit hereditary glutathione synthetase deficiency. J. Pediat. 124:229-33.
Jain, A., William W. Frayer, David Madsen, P.A.M. Auld,, A. Meister,, and J. Martensson. (1995). L-2-Oxothiazolidine-4-Carboxylate, a cysteine precursor, stimulates growth and normalizes tissue glutathione concentrations in rats fed a sulfur amino acid deficient diet. J. Nutrition. 125:422-428.
Jain A., Mehta T., Auld, P.A. M., Ward, R., and Martenssion, J. (1995). “Glutathione metabolism in new borns: Evidence of Glutathione deficiency in plasma, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid and lymphocytes in prematures”. Ped. Pulmonology. 20:160-166.
Pazos, J., Lunicao, 1., Newfeild, R. Jain, A., Krauss, A.N., Auld, P.A.M., and hanauske-Able, H. (1996) Monitoring ventilatory management in low birth weight infants: Effect on serum levels of the N-terminal propeptide of procollagen type III. Ped. Res. 39(4) : 345A.
Singhal, R and Jain, A. (2000) Glutathione ester supplementation prevents mortality in newborn rats exposed to hyperoxia. Biol. Neonate. Vol 77, 2000.
Singhal R and Jain A. (1999) Glutathione depletion accelerates induction of DNA repair activity in hyproxic newborn rat lung. Ped. Res. 1999, Pg 1891A and Z. Aghai, Jacqueline Sjoberg-Gilker, L Lumicao, Jain, A. Auld, P.A.M., Hanauske-Abel, H.M. (1999) Pronounced increase of the basement membrane collagen derived serum antigen C-IV after discontinuation of glucocorticoid administration to neonates. Ped. Res. Vol 45, No. 4, 1725 A.
Singhal, R and Jain A. (1999) Base excision DNA repair in hyperoxic newborn rat lung mitochondria. J. Clin. Inv. 69A and Hanauske-Abel. H.M. Lumicao, L., newfield, Aghai, Z. Slowinska, B., Licholai, T., Arevalo, R., Krauss, A.N., Jain, A. and Auld P.A.M. (1999) The physiological Hyperaldosteronism of neonates as determinant of their connective tissue metabolism: The relation to collagen Type III. Horm. Res. 51(suppl 2) : 1-153A.
Hanauske-Abel. H.M., Arevalo R. Krauss, A.N.., Jain A. and Auld, P.A.M.a (1999) Joint Determination in venous blood of collagen Type III gene expression and antigen levels. A Feasibility study in dexamethasone (DEX) – treated neonates. Horm. Res: 51 (suppl 2):1-153A and Aghai, Z., Arevalo, R., Ballabh, P., Krauss, A.N., Jain, A. and Auld, P.A.M. and Hanauske – Abel. H.M. (2000) Spironolactone, the aldosterone antagonist, suppresses formationof collagen type I in neonates. Ped. Res. 47(4):2062A.
Aghai, Z., Arevalo, R., Krauss, A.N., Jain A. and Auld, P.A.M. and Hanauske-Abel H.M. (2000) Dexamethasone suppresses the C-IV serum antigen in neonates, biomarker for synthesis of basement membrane collagen. Ped. Res. And Ballabh, P, Simm, M, Krauss, A, Jain A, Aghai, Z, Auld, PAM., rundles, S. Cunningham. (2000): Neutrophil burst Activity in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. Ped 47(4):2079A. Arevalo, R., Sepsis in preterm neonates: Type I. Ped Res. 49(4) 228A:1299 and Aghai, Z., Arevalo, R., Lumicao, L., Lesser, Q. Shi., Jain, A., Krauss, A.N., Auld, P.A.M. and Hanauske-Abel, H. (2001) Basement membrane collagen derived C-IV in serum of premature neonates: A molecular index for maturity ped. Res 49(4)384A:2208.
Arevalo, R., Aghai, Z., Lumicao, L., Lesser, Q. Shri., Jain A., Krauss, A.N., Auld, P.A.M. and Hanauske – Abel, H. (2001) Evidence for perinatal gene switching from collagen type III to type I in very low birth. Ped Res. 49(4) 298A:1706
Ballabh, P., Shim, M., Kumari, J, Califano, C., Krauss, A., Jain A., Auld, P.A.M. and Cunningham – Rundles, S. (2001) Neutrophil and monocyte adhesion molecules including CD11b, CD18 and CD62L in Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and changes wit corticosteroid. Ped Res. 49(4) 291A-:1667 and Ballabh, P., Kumari, J., Shin J., Krauss, A., Jain, A., Auld, P.A.M. and Cunningham – Rundles. S. (2001) Soluble E-Selectin, Soluble L-Selectin and Soluble ICAM-1 in Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and changes with corticosteroid.
Laborada, G., Rego, m., Jain, A., Krauss, A.N., Auld P., and Nesin, M. (2001) Diagnostic value of IL6 and CRP in the first 24 hrs of Neonatal Sepsis and Aghai, Z., Arevalo, R., Lumicao, L., Lesser, Q.Shi., Jain A., Krauss, A.N., Auld. P.A.M. and Hanuaske-Abel, H.(2002) Basement membrane biomarkers in very low birth weight premature infants: association with length of NICU stay and bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Biol. Neonat. 81:16-22 and Ballabh, P., Shim, M., Kumari, J, Califano, C., Krauss, A., Jain, A., Auld, P.A.M. and Cunningham – Rundles, S. Neutrophil and monocyte adheshion molecules including CD11B, CD18 and CD62L in Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and chages with corticosteroid.). Pediatrics:
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