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Dr Manasi Nandi

Lecturer in Integrative Pharmacology
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Dr Manasi Nandi is a Lecturer in Integrative Pharmacology. Her research focuses on nitric oxide and cardiovascular regulation, in disorders including pulmonary hypertension and septic shock. She uses both pharmacological and genetic animal model systems, undertaking an integrative approach, to identify novel therapeutic targets for the treatment of vascular dysfunction. She completed her PhD at the Institute of Child Health and post doctoral training at University College London, where she developed a number of in vivo systems to characterise a novel mouse mutant and small molecule, and identified a nitric oxide modifying pathway as a novel target for the treatment of septic shock. Her research group is supported by funders including the British Heart Foundation, BBSRC, University of London and Royal Society. Manasi is an associate member of the King’s College London BBSRC Centre for Integrative Mammalian Biology and the Cardiovascular Research Division - one of four national British Heart Foundation Centres of Excellence. In addition to her primary research and undergraduate commitments, Manasi is actively involved in training staff and students in biomedical in vivo cardiovascular research techniques, at a national level.

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