Shaji Joseph

@siu.edu.in

Assistant professor
Symbiosis international Deemed university



                    

https://researchid.co/shajijoseph

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Sustainability standards, Sustainability practices, corporate social responsibility, sociology of minority, womens studies, Human resources Management, Organizational Behavior.

7

Scopus Publications

137

Scholar Citations

7

Scholar h-index

5

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Understanding pacing postconditioning-mediated cardiac protection: a role of oxidative stress and a synergistic effect of adenosine
    Fawzi A. Babiker, Aishah Al-Jarallah, and Shaji Joseph

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • The interplay between the renin angiotensin system and pacing postconditioning induced cardiac protection
    Fawzi Babiker, Aishah Al-Jarallah, and Shaji Joseph

    Public Library of Science (PLoS)
    Background Accumulating evidence suggests a cardioprotective role of pacing postconditioning (PPC) maneuvers in animal models and more recently in humans. The procedure however remains to be optimized and its interaction with physiological systems remains to be further explored. The renin angiotensin system (RAS) plays a dual role in ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) injury. The interaction between RAS and PPC induced cardiac protection is however not clearly understood. We have recently demonstrated that angiotensin (1–7) via Mas receptor played a significant role in PPC mediated cardiac protection against I/R injury. Objective The objective of this study was to investigate the role of angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE)—chymase—angiotensin II (Ang II)—angiotensin receptor 1 (AT1) axes of RAS in PPC mediated cardiac protection. Methods Isolated rat hearts were subjected to I/R (control) or PPC in the presence or absence of Ang II, chymostatin (inhibitor of locally produced Ang II), ACE blocker (captopril) or AT1 antagonist (irbesartan). Hemodynamics data was computed digitally and infarct size was determined histologically using TTC staining and biochemically by measuring creatine kinase (CK) and lactate dehydrogenase levels. Results Cardiac hemodynamics were significantly (P<0.001) improved and infarct size and cardiac enzymes were significantly (P<0.001) reduced in hearts subjected to PPC relative to hearts subjected to I/R injury. Exogenous administration of Ang II did not affect I/R injury or PPC mediated protection. Nonetheless inhibition of endogenously synthesized Ang II protected against I/R induced cardiac damage yet did not block or augment the protective effects of PPC. The administration of AT1 antagonist did not alleviate I/R induced damage. Interestingly it abrogated PPC induced cardiac protection in isolated rat hearts. Finally, PPC induced protection and blockade of locally produced Ang II involved enhanced activation of ERK1/2 and Akt components of the reperfusion injury salvage kinase (RISK) pathway. Conclusions This study demonstrate a novel role of endogenously produced Ang II in mediating I/R injury and highlights the significance of AT1 signaling in PPC mediated cardiac protection in isolated rodents hearts ex vivo. The interaction between Ang II-AT1 and PPC appears to involve alterations in the activation state of ERK1/2 and Akt components of the RISK pathway.


  • The role of 17-beta estradiol in ischemic preconditioning protection of the heart


  • What's new in salvage of the ischemic myocardium: Estrogen postconditioning
    Fawzi A. Babiker, Shaji Joseph, and Jasbir S. Juggi

    S. Karger AG
    Murry et al. [1] , devised the promising technique of preconditioning to salvage the myocardium from perfusion’s subsequent ischemic insult. This technique is used for repetitive brief episodes of ischemia before the occurrence of prolonged major ischemia that becomes lethal. While the technique is very promising as a new method of treatment for ischemic heart disease, its application in clinical practice has been arduous and highly risky. The difficulty is caused by a lack of the means to determine the time of occurrence of ischemia. Nevertheless, the technique can be applied in open heart surgery. At this level, repetitive inflating and deflating of the angioplasty balloon is easy to apply with almost no damage to the occluded blood vessel and can offer salvage from subsequent prolonged ischemia. Sometime later, Vinten-Johansen and his coworkers [2] introduced a technique similar to preconditioning with a greater probability of application to actual clinical practice. Postconditioning, the newly introduced technique, is the application of brief, repetitive ischemia and reperfusion. However, the innovation is that the procedure is performed after the ischemic insult and immediately at the beginning of reperfusion. This technique was found to be very efficient in providing protection to the ischemic myocardium and easily applied in clinical practice. An Early Intervention in the Treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease

  • Protective role of normothermic, hyperthermic and estrogen preconditioning and pretreatment on tumour necrosis factor-alpha-induced damage


  • Ischemic preconditioning is not additive to preservation with hypothermia or crystalloid cardioplegia in the globally ischemic rat heart
    J.S. Juggi, Farida Al-Awadi, Shaji Joseph, G. Telahoun, and A. Prahash

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Success factors for chat bots from the perspective of an Indian customer
    S Bhalerao, Deven, Joseph
    AIP Conf. Proc 2023

  • Does Sustainable Label Add Value to You? Purchase Behavior Through the Lens of the Theory of Consumption Values
    S Joseph, KP Patil, D Pramod
    World Conference on Information Systems for Business Management, 389-400 2023

  • Role of Artificial Intelligence in Sustainability Reporting by Leveraging ESG Theory into Action
    A Kulkarni, S Joseph, K Patil
    2023 International Conference on Advancement in Computation & Computer 2023

  • An Approach to Solve the Identification and Authentication Challenges in Metaverse
    CN Chetan, DH Ashit, S Joseph
    2023 Somaiya International Conference on Technology and Information 2023

  • EFFECTS OF LONGER OF DUTY HOURS ON WORK LIFE BALANCE OF STAFF WORKING IN DEPARTMENT OF MUMBAI POLICE
    SK Joseph, MMP Bhosale
    EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR) 9 (3), 158-162 2023

  • A STUDY ON WORK-FAMILY ISSUES OF NON-GAZETTED STAFF WORKING IN MUMBAI POLICE DEPARTMENT
    SK Joseph, MMP Bhosale
    EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR) 9 (3), 135-139 2023

  • Increase in employee motivation through upward feedback
    S Agrawal, Achala , Joseph
    Interdisciplinary Research in Technology and Management, 6 2023

  • Emotional Intelligence in the IT Industry: A Study on Emotional Intelligence among IT Professionals
    S Kapadwala, S Joseph
    Cardiometry, 756-763 2022

  • An empirical study on the impact of employee voice and silence on destructive leadership and organizational culture
    S Joseph, N Shetty
    Asian Journal of Business Ethics 11 (Suppl 1), 85-109 2022

  • A STUDY ON AWARENESS AND CHALLENGES RELATED TO HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
    SK Joseph, MS Nichani
    EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR) 8 (9), 230-237 2022

  • Role of ethical organisational culture on employee job satisfaction: an empirical study
    S Joseph, A Jadhav, B Vispute
    International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 16 (3), 337-354 2022

  • Challenges in corporate governance in the implementation of GDPR for it start-up companies in india
    G Gupta, S Joseph
    PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 17 (9), 1663-1679 2020

  • Creating sustainable contribution to the environment: case studies from MSMEs in Pune
    S Joseph, AV Kulkarni
    International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD 2020

  • Impact Of Organizational Culture On Corporate Performance In The IT Sector Of India
    NV Khedekar, S Joseph
    PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 17 (9), 1680-1701 2020

  • Giving Voice to Values A Study of the Leadership Role in Creating a Value Culture in the MSME Sector in India
    AVKAN Joseph. S.
    The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and 2020

  • An empirical study of the impact of ethical leadership onemployee job satisfaction (study of msmes in India)
    S Joseph, A Jadhav, A Nagendra
    Indian Journal of Ecology 47 (spl), 1-7 2020

  • Empowering Women of Rural India for Renewable Energy Adoption €“An Exploratory Factor Analysis
    S Krishnamurthy, S Joseph, V Pradhan, P Rao
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 2017

  • Understanding the locus of control of management students-an exploratory study
    SV Bharathi, S Joseph
    International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 14 (3), 234-251 2017

  • An empirical study on the factors contributing to work family conflict among young employees in the IT companies
    S Joseph, B Gautam, V Bharathi
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8, S6 2015

  • Creating environment friendly projects in rural India–A synergy framework for sustainable renewable energy
    S Krishnamurthy, S Joseph, V Bharathi
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN, 0973-4562 2014

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • SYNERGIES BETWEEN SOCIAL MEDIA FEATURES AND USER ENGAGEMENT TO ENHANCE ONLINE BRAND VISIBILITY - A CONCEPTUAL MODEL
    K A.Goswami, Bharathi, Kelkar, R.Raman, S. Joseph
    IJET- International Journal of Engineering and Technology 5 (3), 2705-2718 2013
    Citations: 27

  • Use of structural equation modeling to empirically study the turnover intentions of information technology professionals in Pune city
    R Raman, V Bharathi, S Allen, S Joseph
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 6 (12), 5612-5624 2013
    Citations: 19

  • Power of the people: political mobilisation and guaranteed employment
    S Joseph
    Economic and Political Weekly, 5149-5156 2006
    Citations: 14

  • Empowering Women of Rural India for Renewable Energy Adoption €“An Exploratory Factor Analysis
    S Krishnamurthy, S Joseph, V Pradhan, P Rao
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 2017
    Citations: 10

  • An empirical study on the factors contributing to work family conflict among young employees in the IT companies
    S Joseph, B Gautam, V Bharathi
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8, S6 2015
    Citations: 10

  • Creating environment friendly projects in rural India–A synergy framework for sustainable renewable energy
    S Krishnamurthy, S Joseph, V Bharathi
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN, 0973-4562 2014
    Citations: 9

  • Blog Content and User Engagement - An Insight Using Statistical Analysis.
    Kulkarni, Joseph, Raman, Bharathi, Kelkar, Goswami
    IJET- International Journal of Engineering and Technology 5 (3), 2719-2733 2013
    Citations: 9

  • Role of ethical organisational culture on employee job satisfaction: an empirical study
    S Joseph, A Jadhav, B Vispute
    International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 16 (3), 337-354 2022
    Citations: 7

  • Creating sustainable contribution to the environment: case studies from MSMEs in Pune
    S Joseph, AV Kulkarni
    International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development (IJSESD 2020
    Citations: 7

  • An empirical study on the impact of employee voice and silence on destructive leadership and organizational culture
    S Joseph, N Shetty
    Asian Journal of Business Ethics 11 (Suppl 1), 85-109 2022
    Citations: 6

  • Inclusion of sustainability education in business schools–An Indian B-school case study of MBA-ITBM curriculum
    S Krishnamurthy, S Joseph, V Bharathi, V Pradhan
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 9 (23), 22703-22725 2014
    Citations: 5

  • Understanding the locus of control of management students-an exploratory study
    SV Bharathi, S Joseph
    International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 14 (3), 234-251 2017
    Citations: 4

  • Role of Artificial Intelligence in Sustainability Reporting by Leveraging ESG Theory into Action
    A Kulkarni, S Joseph, K Patil
    2023 International Conference on Advancement in Computation & Computer 2023
    Citations: 2

  • Challenges in corporate governance in the implementation of GDPR for it start-up companies in india
    G Gupta, S Joseph
    PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 17 (9), 1663-1679 2020
    Citations: 2

  • Giving Voice to Values A Study of the Leadership Role in Creating a Value Culture in the MSME Sector in India
    AVKAN Joseph. S.
    The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and 2020
    Citations: 2

  • An empirical study of the impact of ethical leadership onemployee job satisfaction (study of msmes in India)
    S Joseph, A Jadhav, A Nagendra
    Indian Journal of Ecology 47 (spl), 1-7 2020
    Citations: 2

  • An Approach to Solve the Identification and Authentication Challenges in Metaverse
    CN Chetan, DH Ashit, S Joseph
    2023 Somaiya International Conference on Technology and Information 2023
    Citations: 1

  • Power of the People: Political Movements, Groups and Guaranteed Employment
    S Joseph
    forthcoming 2005
    Citations: 1