Medical Reports & Case Studies

ISSN - 2572-5130

Mohammad Moshahid Khan

Mohammad Moshahid Khan
Staff Scientist, Department of Neurology
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA


Dr. Khan is a Staff Scientist in the Department of Neurology at University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis USA. His research interests focus towards understanding the molecular mechanisms associated with neurological disease and its resolution. Dr. Khan has completed his PhD in Toxicology from the Department of Toxicology, Hamdard University, New Delhi, India in 2009. After completion of PhD, Dr. Khan joined the Department of Internal Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa city, USA as postdoctoral research fellow. He has been promoted to Associate Research scientist with in two years of his postdoc training. Dr. Khan research works have been published in several high impact peer-reviewed journals in the field of Neuroscience and stroke. He is an active member of several international scientific societies and enlisted in the reviewer list of the several journals of international repute. He also sits on editorial board of several journal and served as Lead Guest editor for the journals of International repute. Dr. Khan has published over 42 peer reviewed original research articles and almost 35 abstracts in national and international Neuroscience-related meeting and conferences.

Research Interest

Neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation in brain injuries and diseases
Traumatic brain injury and stroke
Neuronal Stem Cells
Oxidative stress in neuropathogenesis
Endoplasmic reticulum stress
Neurobehavioral alterations in neurodegeneration
Antioxidants and neuroprotection
Neuroinflammation in multiple sclerosis and stroke
Neuroinflammatory mediators in CNS
SiRNA mediated down regulation of  inflammatory mediators and cytokines in CNS
Stress-activated protein kinases in inflammatory signal transduction
Endothelial dysfunction, BBB disruption and immune cell mediated injury in sub-acute/ chronic phase of stroke.
Brain lipids and their metabolism in neurodegeneration
Vascular cognitive impairment