Department of Medicine, University of Arizona,USA
I am a postdoctoral research associate who has been dedicated to understanding the mechanisms of cardiovascular manifestations of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) and sickle cell disease. I also perform in-vitro; in-vivo experiments and uses pre-clinical animal models (murine and rodents) to investigate the pathogenic mechanisms underlying cardiovascular disease in PAH. Earlier as PhD scholar and postdoctoral fellow, I had extensively published and researched in area of breast cancer using cell and animal model. I had also established genetically manipulated breast cancer cell line and new human breast cancer ex-vivo model using mouse mammary glands. I can utilize my expertise and skill set to review scientific articles that spans the field of molecular biology, cell biology, cancer, experimental cell biology, Immunology, experimental physiology, biochemistry and cancer biology. I have experience over 12 years in molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics and animal murine models to study cancers. I have developed genetically engineered stable cell lines, spheroid and Organoids 3D culture system to study breast cancer and applied these skills to evaluate efficacies and mechanism of chemo-preventive and therapeutic compounds and molecules. I can work independently on single or multiple projects related to biological fields.
Cancer Research and Pulmonary Hypertension.