Yamuna Abhayawardhane

Yamuna Kumudini Abhayawardhane , MD, PhD, FACP

Assistant Professor of Clinical

Medical Sciences Building

COM IM Gen Med - Hospital Medicine - 0535

Education

Bachelor's Degree: University of Peradeniya Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 1984 (Biology)

Ph.D: University of Kansas Lawrence, KS, 1994 (Microbiology)

Medical Degree: University of South Carolina Columbia, SC, 2001 (Internal Medicine)

Residency: Baystate Medical Center Springfield, MA, 2004 (Internal Medicine)

Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine (Certification Date: 08-24-2004 ) - (Recertification Date: to 09-09-2014 )

Clinical Interests

Internal Medicine

Specialities

Internal Medicine

Publications

Published Abstracts

Abhayawardhane, Y.K, G.C. Stewart (1995. ) Bacillus Subtilis posses a second determinant with extensive sequence similarity to the Escherichia coil merB morphogene .[Abstract]J. Bacteriol , 177 (3 ) ,765 -766-773

Butler, Y.X, Y.K Abhayawardhane and G.C Stewart (1993. ) Amplification of the maf gene in bacillus subtilis results in arrested septum formation .[Abstract]J. Bacteriol , 175 (10 ) ,3139 -3140-3145

Adikaram, N.K.B, Abhayawardhane, Y., Bandara, B.M.R et al. (1898. ) Antifungal activity, acid and sugar content in the woodapple (Limonia acidissima) and their relation to fungal development. Plant Pathology, 177 ,765 -766-773

Presentations

Poster Presentations

Y.K. Abhawawardhane, G.C Stewart (05-25-1994. ) Bacillus Subtilis posses a second determinant with extensive sequence similarity to the E. Coli mre morphogene .American society for microbiology general meeting (94th), Las Vegas, Nevada. . Level:National

Y.K Abhayawardhane, M.A persons, S.A Mason, G.L Firestone and P.R Housley (06-12-1996. ) Glucocorticoid receptor phosphorylation and effect on receptor down regulation and endogenous target gene expression .International Congress of Endocrinology , San Francisco, California. . Level:International

Contact Information

Medical Sciences Building
231 Albert Sabin Way
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45267
MSB0535