Dr. Pandey developed the SILAC method in Matthias Mann's laboratory and continues to apply this technique in many areas including signaling and biomarker discovery. Dr. Pandey's laboratory is known for taking a systems biology approach by combining many 'Omics' technologies. He has received numerous prestigious awards including the Experimental Pathologist-In-Training Award
by the American Society for Investigative Pathology, Howard Temin Award from the National Cancer Institute,
Sidney Kimmel Scholar Award by the Sidney Kimmel Foundation for Cancer Research and the Beckman Young Investigator Award by
Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation. He has recently received the Era of Hope Scholar Award by the Department of
Defense which is "intended for exceptionally talented, early-career scientists who have demonstrated that they are the best and the
brightest in their field(s) through extraordinary creativity, vision, and productivity, and who have shown a strong potential
for leadership in the breast cancer community as well as a vision for the eradication of breast cancer." He is a past Editorial Board member of Genome Research and BMC Bioinformatics and currently serves as an Editorial Board member of Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, Journal of Proteome Research, Proteomics, Clinical Proteomics, Journal of Translational Medicine and DNA Research and as an Associate Editor of Journal of Proteomics. He is also the Founder and Director of the Institute of Bioinformatics, a non-profit research institute in Bangalore, India.