Faculty & Staff Details
||Manoj Banjara completed his Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology degree from Kathmandu University, Nepal in 2007. He then received his Master of Science in Biology from Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, in 2010. Manoj joined the Department of Biomedical Sciences as a Ph.D. student with the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences in August 2010. At present he is working in the laboratory of Dr. James Stoll.
B.Tech - Biotechnology, Kathmandu University, Nepal, 2007
M.S. - Biology, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 2010
Lipocalin-2 and its role on neuroinflammation.
- Manoj Banjara and James Stoll. Danger Associated Molecular Patterns Released from Necrotic Cells Enhance the Expression of Lipocalin-2. Tenth Annual Research Days, Amarillo. 6/11
- Manoj Banjara, Katie Bennett and James Stoll. “Lipocalin-2 Induction in Non-Pathogen-Associated Neuroinflammation: An in vitro Study”. 43rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Neurochemistry, Baltimore. 3/12.
- Manoj Banjara, Katie Bennett and James Stoll. “Lipocalin-2 Induction in Non-Pathogen-Associated Neuroinflammation: An in vitro Study”. SRW 2012, Lubbock. 3/12
- Manoj Banjara, Katie Bennett and James Stoll. “Lipocalcin-2 Expression Mechanism in Non-Pathogen-Associated Neuroinflammation”. SOP Research Days, Amarillo. 6/12
- 9/14/11 "Induction of Lipocalin-2 Expression by Damaged Cells"
- Prior to Admission: Summer Dissertation/Thesis Research Award, Texas Tech University Graduate School, Lubbock. 2010
- American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS)
- GSAA Student Senate Officer, 2012-2013