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Research Interests

The primary focus of my research group revolves around unraveling the intricate molecular mechanisms underlying chronic inflammation. Our ongoing project centers on identifying biomarkers associated with olfaction loss attributed to persistent nasal inflammation while concurrently investigating cell-cell interactions within individuals afflicted by chronic nasal inflammation. To achieve these objectives, we employ cutting-edge techniques such as whole RNA sequencing and single-cell RNA sequencing for biomarker discovery. Moreover, we utilize a combination of 3D cell culture models and human samples to gain a comprehensive understanding of the inflammatory processes involved. This multifaceted approach holds promise for advancing our understanding of chronic inflammation and its specific effects on olfaction, potentially leading to improved diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

Research Opportunities with Dr. Gujar

Research Area: Translational Research involving the use of Extracellular Vesicles for the development of diagnostic biomarkers and drug delivery 
systems for treating chronic nasal inflammation.  

Project Title: N/A

Currently Seeking Students: Yes

Time Commitment: Ongoing

Possible Coauthorship: Yes

Compensation: None

Location: OSU-CHS

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Understanding the Mechanism of Nerve Growth Factor Signaling during Peripheral Inflammation, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

7 Aug 201531 Jul 2020

Award Date: 31 Jul 2020

Master, Screening of patients with anemia for sickle cell disease and Significance of antenatal detection, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University

1 Aug 200730 Jun 2009

Award Date: 30 Jun 2009

Bachelor, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University

1 Aug 200430 Jun 2007

Award Date: 30 Jun 2007


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