May Khanna, PhD

 Assistant Professor, Pharmacology
 
Major Areas of Research Interest: 
Structure function of alternatively spliced proteins in neuropathic pain
 
NIH Undergraduate Diversity Program: 
Victor Miranda, 2017, "Docking AZ002 Compound with CRMP2 Interacting Proteins.", 2018, "Targeting the N-Terminal Domain of TDP-43, an ALS Linked Protein"; 2019, Targeting RNA using in silico and biophysical methods"
 
NIH High School Student Research Program: 
Sunomi Regmi, Chandler Preparatory Academy, 2015
Vanessa Aguirre Rios, Pueblo Magnet High School, 2016
Max Averbukh, Sabino High School, 2016, 2017
Diego Garcia, Nogales High School (Nogales, AZ) 2017
Emily Rainge, Camelback High School (Phoenix, AZ), 2018
Guillermo Duarte, Desert View High School, 2019
 
Friday, August 10, 2018