Sudheer Ravuri
  • Department: Center for Regenerative Sports Medicine

Sudheer Ravuri,


Deputy Director

Dr. Sudheer Ravuri, Ph.D is Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Regenerative Sports Medicine (CRSM). Prior to joining CRSM/SPRI, Dr. Ravuri was Research Associate at the University of Pittsburgh for the past 9-years. Currently, Dr. Ravuri works closely with Dr. Johnny Huard and leads and manages multi-disciplinary research projects at CRSM, involving basic science studies and clinical translation. Dr. Ravuri’s main areas of research focus are Adipose Derived Stem Cell biology and application, Characterization and translation of Platelet Rich Plasma and Bone Marrow Aspirate, with implications for Orthopaedic applications and better aging.
Sudheer is from India, studied 2-year master degree program in virology offered by the only institution (Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi) in the country, during 1997 – 2000. Later, he obtained Ph.D in 2006 from India’s top and prestigious medical institute, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India. Right after graduation, Sudheer joined the University of Pittsburgh for postdoctoral fellowship and later promoted to Research Associate. Sudheer worked with world renowned scientists in the fields of gene therapy and stem cell biology, in addition to collaborative research work with Nobel laureate, Dr. Hargobind Khorana. Dr. Ravuri was awarded Plastic Surgery foundation grants and he served as PI, Co-I, Mentor in a total $30,000 research funding.  Dr. Ravuri is a lead inventor in an IP filed at the University of Pittsburgh and his Ph.D thesis work was awarded an Indian patent. Sudheer is actively involved in conducting bench to bedside clinical translational research and feels that it is an honor for him to work at Steadman Philippon Research Institute (SPRI), US Olympic National Medical Center.
Sudheer and his family moved to the valley in the beginning of this year 2017 and they would really like to enjoy the scenery of the valley, describing it as a winter wonderland.  Sudheer and family love to attend the church and being involved in the Lord’s ministry.
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