Dr. Bahal presented his work titled “Therapeutic targeting of RNAs for the development of precision medicine” at University of North Carolina, Eshelman School of Pharmacy, as a part of “Rising Stars in Drug Delivery and Novel Carriers” zoom seminar series on Feb 22, 2021. Dr. Bahal highlighted the development of RNA-based precision medicine by targeting non-coding RNAs for the treatment and diagnosis of cancer & other diseases.
Graduate student Shipra Malik’s abstract titled “Nanoparticle delivered short anti-miR PNAs for lymphoma therapy” was selected for an oral presentation and a cash prize for the prestigious “2021 RNA Institute Mini-Symposium series” at University at Albany, SUNY. Dr. Michael Morris Rosbash (Nobel Prize recipient in Physiology 2017) is keynote speaker in this conference. Congratulations Shipra!!!
Graduate student Karishma Dhuri presented her interesting work on “Targeting aberrant miRNAs for diverse therapeutic applications” as a part of UConn RNA Salon Graduate Student Seminar Series on February 19th 2021. Karishma’s work highlighted the strategy of simultaneously targeting two different oncomiRs for lymphoma therapy. The use of nucleic acid therapeutics to target a single miRNA for stroke therapy was also highlighted upon.
Dr. Bahal presented his work ”Therapeutic targeting of RNA’s for the development of precision medicine” as a part of ‘Therapeutic Innovation Scientific Talks’ webinar series on Friday, November 13th, 2020 hosted by AAPS Student chapter at St. John’s University. Dr. Bahal gave interesting insights about the role of non-coding RNAs for the treatment and diagnosis of cancer & other diseases.