Biorasi has a solid track record of experience in dermatology, and our goal for this year is to share all corners of our knowledge on the topic while highlighting a few of our subject matter and operations experts. Over the next few months, we will be diving into dermatology, covering topics ranging from specific challenges in this therapeutic area to current technologies that are a little too cool to be real. You will have the chance to read about our recent triumphs in our case studies and strategize your next pharma endeavor using the insights presented in our white papers.
Meet our newest blog and white paper contributors:
Dr. Vinish received her doctorate in neuroscience from the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India and conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Maryland in Baltimore and at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. While in Texas, she designed and conducted clinical research investigating the role of dendritic cells in modulating burn wound healing. Dr. Vinish placed as a finalist for the Wound Healing Society’s 2015 Young Investigator Award, and she was the recipient of a Travel Scholarship Award in 2014 from the same organization. Her years of clinical research experience in addition to expert knowledge in basic science behind both dermatology and neurology make her a strong asset to our clinical operations team.
Ms. Singh completed her Master Degree on Pharmacy and then continued on to earn her master’s in public health from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She has a mixture of both preclinical and clinical research experience, crossing disciplines of oncology, global health policy, and pharmacovigilance. She has been with Biorasi for some time, contributing to the success of clinical trials by working closely with Operation Team.
Dr. Gas completed his doctorate in chemistry at Florida State University and URV (Spain), where he was awarded the Best Ph.D. Thesis of the Year. During his academic tenure at URV (Spain), Florida State University, and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (FSU), he worked under the mentorship of Nobel Prize awardee Sir Harold W. Kroto, and Dr. Alan G. Marshall. His research was focused on computational simulations of organic and inorganic complex systems, and the development of the state-of-the-art FT Ion Cyclotron Resonance MS for a wide range of applications including drug discovery, materials, and proteomics. Dr. Gas currently works to refine Biorasi’s solution optimization process and is responsible for developing our partners’ research programs. Since joining Biorasi, he has been the recipient of the company’s Rising Star Award for exemplary effort.
We are looking forward to an exciting year of advancements, both within our realm and within the entire pharmaceutical industry.